Earlier, at my plane from Clark's DMIA, I was seated beside a European guy (he was either a spaniard or a portuguese). He didn't realize that the flight to London he thought was scheduled to fly tomorrow was actually leaving today as our Air Asia plane touches down 30 minutes before the London plane leaves. Imagine, he has to make a dash at the immigration, wait for his baggage to turn up at the conveyors, then try to catch his connecting flight. Did he make it? He told me he will try hard - or that will be a plane promo of 91 euros down the drain! Fortunately, our flight arrived 35 minutes earler than schedule - giving him a good 65 minutes to make his London ride. Oh well.
Elsewhere, as I made my way back to Berjaya Times Square to catch the 9PM screening of the Malay film "Gold Diggers", I noticed what I didn't notice before! PIMPS and touts calling to me, "Sir, beautiful ladies...sexy." This ran along the length of Jalan Bukit Bintang going towards Jalan Pudu. Yes, the world's oldest profession is thriving even in a relatively civilized Muslim city like KL.
After the movie, my lids were fluttering heavily - and I retired unceremoniously on my bed. Then I had to wake up at 3:30AM to shower off fatigue and catch the Sky Bus (KL Sentral) going to LCCT for my flight to Tiruchirappalli.