Singapore to Kuala Lumpur by Train

It’s so cool that I can connect with people having amazing experiences.

Journeys of the Fabulist

Different things inspire different people to go on different holidays. In our case, it was a backpack, a refund, and some hoarded money.

The refund was our flip-key deposit from our trip to Tokyo. The hoarded money was an envelope of leftover Malaysian Ringgit I discovered as I tucked our passports away. And the backpack was the over-featured monstrosity P insisted on getting to replace the broken-down airline freebie he’d been using for kindergarten.

In the past, I've suggested he consider a future in engineering, but that now seems superfluous. In the past, I’ve suggested he consider a future in engineering, but that now seems superfluous.

I didn’t want to wait until the idea stopped making sense in my head, so a few weeks ago I had a quick flick through the relevant section of Seat 61, logged on to the KMTB website, and booked the first two sleeper births available on a Friday night out of Woodlands.

Then I hit AirBnB, found

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About Joe Cummings

Aquarius. Traveler. Gamer. Writer. A New Parent. 4 of these things are easy. One is not. But the journey is that much better for the new people in my life. A life I want to share with others, to help them, maybe, to make them feel less alone, sure, to connect with the greater world, absolutely.
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