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Six chaotic days later and it was time for us to leave Kuching and leave Brendan to his studies. We checked out of our lovely Airbnb and took a final drive to UNIMAS to drop Brendan off at his college. After spending a little time there we bade our farewell and headed to Kuching International Airport about half an hour away.
At the airport we handed our rental car back to Awang Amirul https://bit.ly/3tgkglM and went inside. We had bought our return tickets Kuching ✈ Kuala Lumpur from Malaysia Airlines and checked in our luggage at their counter. We eventually boarded the flight MH 2529 which would also take approximately an hour and a half. The captain was Cpt Yap, and the lead cabin crew was Syaiful.
Our second time on an airplane since the pandemic two years ago, and the jitters had since not gone away. Thankfully, the airplane had inflight entertainment so I did the best I could to take my mind off the flight. The flight took off at 2:00PM.
I have never enjoyed air travel, preferring land anytime, but under the expert hands of Capt. Yap the flight was exceptionally smooth and almost turbulence free. Both take-off and landings were drama-free, and this flight again will go a long way to getting us used to air travel again.
The flight landed in KLIA at 3:22PM, and after collecting our luggage we headed down to Level 1 to buy our ELT train tickets to KL Sentral. It was a pleasant half an hour train ride, and at KL Sentral we caught a Grab home.
Thus ends this instalment of videos on Kuching, and we hope to bring you more in December!
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)
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