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Covid-19 cases have been on an alarming upward trend in Malaysia with cases breached the five-figure mark on a week ago (6 February) and have been climbing ever since! The Health Ministry reported 22,802 new Covid-19 cases yesterday, bringing the cumulative infections to 3,019,163 while the national infectivity rate (R number) stood at 1.51 which is detrimental to efforts to prevent an exponential spread of the virus.
With that in mind we stayed home for pretty much the entire week but decided to take a bus ride this morning to 'stretch our legs'. Brendan had a slumber party with a small group of friends, so we were on our own for the weekend.
We walked a short distance to the small MyRapid bus terminal opposite Jakel Mall, and within a few minutes found ourselves on a double decker RapidKL bus number 300 headed to Avenue K. Seeing as it was the first time taking a bus since the pandemic, we were a little apprehensive but found comfort in the fact that the bus was practically empty.
At Avenue K I paid MAX Fashion a visit to see if I could get some new T-shirts. We then hopped on another double decker RapidKL bus number 300 headed to Ampang Point (which was also quite empty) where we intended to have an early lunch (or is it brunch?) at an old favourite Korean restaurant.
Lunch out of the way we popped into Mr DIY before hopping on another double decker RapidKL bus number 300 opposite Ampang Point and headed in the opposite direction to get back home. This time the bus was a little busy, but bearably so. All in all, we were pleasantly surprised to have the double decker RapidKL bus number 300 pretty much to ourselves, and on each bus ride we managed to snare the front seats on the upper berth.
For anyone in the general vicinity of our home heading in the general direction of Ampang we cannot recommend the double decker RapidKL bus number 300 enough!
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