Friday, 25 July 2008

Wanna Go Home

After a long day in Pulau Ketam, my feet were tired, my shoulders were raw from sunburnt, my body was sweaty & sticky all over, I just can't wait to go home for a cool shower and great dinner!

This is the air-conditioned ferry that took me back to Port Klang. The ride took 45 minutes. The moment I hit my seat, I put my tired feet up, closed my eyes and had a good nap throughout the journey. Luckily, a kind girl from Pulau Ketam woke me up upon arrival at Port Klang's jetty.

I am fortunate to be the kind of person that can sleep comfortably anywhere, anytime!!! What about you?


Glad to share with you Michael Buble's Home & Full Metal Alchemist anime.

Happy Sky Watch Friday to all! Come check out the skies posted by bloggers from around the world at the new Sky Watch Friday's portal.


alicesg said...

Nice photo for SWF. Love the vast sky as backdrop for the ferry. Geez, I wish I could sleep anywhere. I am a light sleeper and would wake up at the slightest

alicesg said...

Oh, I love the song in the you tube. Do share with us more lovely songs. Have a nice weekend.

Island Rambles Blog said...

Nice SkyWatch post...cheers.

Kris McCracken said...

First, my apologies for a bit of cut and paste commenting. I have been doing the rounds via Bloglines and looking at all the pictures from my favourite photo blogs, but haven’t been leaving comments. Generally, I try to comment as much as I can (I know how good it is for ‘morale’ to know that someone is out there appreciating them), but after the birth of my second son, I am a bit knackered to think up something witty and insightful on the hop. Thus the resort to Control+C and Control+P!

Kris from Hobart, Tasmania.

Greyscale Territory said...

I think if I was on that ferry, I would be hanging over the railing watching the scenery drift by! That would be my relaxation! Great shot!

kjpweb said...

Good SWF - though I'd probably could be found at the reiling, shooting away! ;)

Cheers, Klaus

Lara said...

what a nice sky!

"Use your first smile, your first form of generosity, of love, of kindness—use it at home; start at home. And if there is something left over—if … your plate is just full of abundance of patience and goodness and smiles and joy, then by all means, you should go … and offer that to others. But we must begin at home." by Dr Robin Smith