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Update : Penang Plans

My son was due to go to Penang with his friends (yes, without me) but considering the situation there right now, they've moved the trip closer to home. Right here. LOL. The last I heard, they'll have a massive sleepover with each other, anyway, by getting an Air B&B nearby and just hang out with each other. Quite a number of them are leaving the school next year and they just want to hang out after the exams.


Isn't it nice being kids?

They've been planning this lofty-ambitioned sans-parents Penang trip for the longest time so, when they heard Penang got a bashing from the storm, they were rightfully a little upset. But I've argued 'Who are we to blame? Penang? Earth? The storm?' Nobody asks to be flooded like this. Nobody.

Our plans, a separate one, to head to the island remains, though, since we have a bit of time for Penang to recover from the torrential rain it suffered recently. Initially, my son would go with his friends, come back, then a few days later, he would be going back to Penang again, with us this time, making it a double trip for him in a short week.

If I was honest, I was also wondering if we would be able to keep to the plan of going there as a family too. But I think the gathering of the Maungs, as my cousins call it, is long overdue. =) Can't wait to fatten up with Penang food again! Sorry, scale.

Am not going to drive up so, it's either going to be the ERL or a flight. I know...lazy bitch.

Love,
Marsha
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