Like LCCT in Kuala Lumpur, all of Changi Airport Singapore’s terminals, including the Budget Terminal (where I’m typing this), have free wireless internet access. Why doesn’t Perth’s full-service airport have free non-Singapore Airlines access?
I’ve just had a fabulous 3 days at the AIESEC Alumni Global Conference 2009.
I’m now using Kuala Lumpur’s Low Cost Carrier Terminal’s excellent free wifi access (although it won’t let me upload files!) prior to boarding my plane to Singapore and then onto Bangalore tonight. In due course I plan to write and post more photos about my time in KL.
Thanks to Singapore Air’s free Silver Kris wireless internet I can write this blog post.
This morning, after 2 hours sleep I caught a taxi to Perth International Airport. I’ve checked in, passed through customs, bought my Bundy (the KL conference requested a bottle of local spirits for their international night) and a 2GB SD card at duty free, paid $12.45 for a lukewarm single size pizza and bottle of “vitamin water” and am about to board my Air Asia flight to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
After almost 2 years I will finally be abroad again!
I’ll be in Kuala Lumpur for the 2009 AIESEC Alumni Global Congress and then onto India to reunite with these characters:
Natraj and Dragos, 2005-2006 Mersin, Turkey flatmates
Dad, Mum, Ola and Bjoern at Rembrandt Polish Restaurant, Inglewood. My meal (foreground) was served in hollowed out bread.
The scampi, prawns, baby squid, scallops, fish, mussels, salad and chips of the grilled seafood platter from 2 from Ruocco’s, South Fremantle was plenty for the 3 of us.
Luscious tiramisu, coffee and limoncello followed the seafood.
I had to get this photo taken on the train from Fremantle to West Leederville.
The smiles tell it all – the end of a fabulous evening at Bjoern and Ola’s.