I Am Home!

It feels good to be back in Malaysia again but it is so HUMID here!!! The sky was overcast when we left Hino. It drizzled just before the plane took off. Although the flight from Narita was delayed by thirty minutes, we arrived at KLIA as scheduled at 8.25pm. I caught the KLIA Express to Sentral where Wuan was waiting for me. The moment I got out from Sentral, my skin began to get sticky icky. It is getting to be very uncomfortable. I am going to need a few days to get acclimatized to this weather. Still, it feels good to be back home again. Yes, I am back, for a while anyway.

Author: Peter Tan

Peter Gabriel Tan. Penangite residing in the Klang Valley. Blissfully married to Wuan. A LaSallian through and through. Minion to three cats. Wheelchair user since 1984. Columnist of Breaking Barriers with The Borneo Post. Principal Trainer at Peter Tan Training specialising in Disability Equality Training. This blog chronicles my life, thoughts and opinions. Connect with me on Twitter and Facebook.

18 thoughts on “I Am Home!”

  1. Luckily the weather in tokyo isnt really that freezing cold yet. A friend of mine came back from mongolia and cant tolerate with the sudden temperature change in malaysia,and hence,was hospitalized. Happy CNY !

    Peter:
    We were lucky. We were repeatedly reminded to keep ourselves warm. Happy CNY!

  2. where’s my miso soupppppp or kimonoooooo

    hahahahhaha hugs welcome home pete!

    Peter:
    I will get them from Jusco and Petaling Street for you later. Hugs.

  3. Gong XI Fa Cai to you Peter!
    Thanks for your interesting Tokyo Tales…

    Peter:
    You are most welcome.

  4. Hey! Peter!
    How are you?
    You must feel so relieved now that finally you are at home!!
    I had absolutely wonderful 2 weeks with you and our great team”LET’S BITE!”(HAHAHA!)
    I want to tell you that I am also great fun of your blog, and please keep updated about any news related to IL in Malaysia! Hope your life will be filled with so many happiness and hope as they are!
    Keep in touch & see you soon in somewhere!

    Your friend from Japan
    Yuki Maejima

    Peter:
    It was fun spending those two weeks with you. Thank you so much for everything. Japan is a great country with great people. I hope to go back again soon.

  5. Kung Hey Fatt Choy … Peter … Wish you and Wuan …Good health, Good Wealth and Lotsa Good Luck. All the best in whatever u do. Hey hey how’s the freezing cold weather but is good coz fresh air, right.

    Peter:
    Thank you. The chilly air was definitely fresh.

  6. Hi Peter! welcome back! We missed you at our old schoolmates’ gathering! We’re hoping to start an e-group of sorts and keep everyone posted on each other’s whereabouts. Hope you are adjusting well back to hot and balmy Malaysia. Gong Xi Fa Cai and the very best for a Healthy and Safe new year!

    Peter:
    Thank you. Do keep me updated about the e-group. Yes, slowly getting used to the weather again. Gong xi fa cai to you too.

  7. Dear Peter
    I happened to come across your side when surfing the cyber net for practically aimlessly just for something interesting to pop up. It takes a brave person with commitment and determination like yourself to share your life history with strangers. I admire your courage and I am all for people to seek self-independent and diversity. So carry on with your own agenda and may you achieve a higher level of independence.
    All the best
    Anthony Khong
    Devon, UK.

    Peter:
    Thank you for your kind words. All this is only possible with God and my friends who have generously supported me in this endeavour.

  8. ooi, why change colour? getting ready for Valentine’s day?

    Peter:
    It has always been this colour. Can I lend you my glasses?

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