Some say it’s the journey and not the destination, I say it’s the company and not the destination, that makes the journey more interesting.
I recently made a trip to Malaysia with my cousin. It probably is the first time that she and I have had a vacation together. It was an opportunity spend quality time catching up on our lives and deepen the bond we share.
We spent our 5 days exploring a little of Malaysia mostly the food and making some new friends.
A few hours after we landed we took a 5 hour bus ride to Penang. During which we time we were entertained by this little boy.
Once in Penang, we walked the streets, exploring the art district and the streets which were lined up with food vendors. Despite our best effort to not overeat, its pretty hard to resist when different smells keep wafting the air.
At the end of the 2 days there, we took a ferry and bus a back to Kuala Lumpur, where we made friends with an Australian, German, Vietnamese, and a few Malaysians. I am typically not one who will approach strangers and strike up a friendship, but being with my cousin who has a more outgoing personality than me, it was easier to step outside my comfort zone.
I could talk about our adventures, but instead I will share some of my favorite photographs.