Do you feel tired?

@lkbooi (16102)
Malaysia
December 5, 2008 6:06am CST
After leaving mylot for about 11 days, I’m back again here having fun for posting as usual. Yesterday I was so tired after the 12 hours flight and another 5 hours of bus riding to reach my home in the evening. After having a cold shower I took a cup of hot coffee stirred with milo. It tasted so delicious for I had missed it for so many days. I went to bed straight away after dumping some of the dirty clothes into the washing machine. I felt so comfortable and relaxed hugging my lovely pillows once I was lying on the bed. I tried to tell my hubby some of the interesting things I had experienced in Turkey during these 10 days. He told me I fell into sound sleep very soon before I could hardly finish a small fraction of it Do you enjoy travelling? Do you feel tired after having a long journey and what would you normally do after that?
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• Philippines
16 Feb 09
i've had my experienced too in long travels. it was during my visit to UAE - to see my father. their airport is thrice as big from our airport here in the philippines and i can't help but mesmerized about it so i decided to take a tour - forgetting my dad and my stepmom was waiting outside for me for two hours. LOL. oh, it's a 15 hour flight. three stop overs. first at hongkong, then in saudi arabia then in abu dhabi (the final stopover). i fell asleep in the car. but when we arrived at their place, all i did was help them with my luggage and went straight to bed. never felt so tired and not to mention, jetlagged too. lol. but it was an unforgetable experience. i wish i could travel more. it will be a dream come true.
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@nini89 (670)
• India
8 Dec 08
Hi Ikbooi! After a long journey normally every one gets tired and will be needing a rest, or a sound sleep so that we are fresh again. when i cone after the travel i used to have shower and will have to cook sometimes or otherwise will take a sleep after getting up have to cook for the day. Sometimes we order from outside abnd have it. Happy posting and have a nice day.
@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
11 Dec 08
Hi nini, it’s true that everyone would feel tired after back from the long journey, and usually will do the same Trilogy, take a bath, eat some food and have proper rest. We would feel comfortable and relaxed after having a bath and we won’t feel hungry if we had taken enough food. That’s why we would always fall asleep easily if we have done the two former things before go to bed. Yeah, it is really busy for a mom after back from long journey for she still has to take good care of her kids. Well to order food from outside could save some of your time so that you could have more time to rest. Luckily that my husband's elder sister would prepare favorite food for us when we are back from long journey. posting and have a nice day.
@aseretdd (13712)
• Philippines
7 Dec 08
I enjoy travelling very much... but i haven't done that in like 3 three years now... ever since i got pregnant... had a baby... and had a sort of financial crisis... but since my daughter is now ready for travelling... and we are close to solving the financial problem... i am now looking into possible ways on how the two of us can travel in a not so very expensive way... maybe late next year... or just wait another two more years...
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
11 Dec 08
Hi aseretdd, just like you, I like traveling very much as well and never go for neither short nor long journey after having a baby. Later on my husband and I would bring along our toddler with us during the local short journey. We rather prefer to travel in our own second hand car as it was rather comfortable and convenient as well for we always would dump whatever stuffs we needed in it. There were always more things to carry if having vacation together with a little kid. Anyway kid would learn more during the journey so it’s nice for you to have journey together with your daughter. After our kid had grown up and graduating from university, my husband and I then had extra time and expense to go for long journey in foreign country. After back from traveling we usually would spend most of the time having proper rest. We dump all the dirty clothes into the washing machine and let the device to do the laundry for the first two days. We usually would tidy up all the stuffs when we feel refreshed and energetic again. posting and take care.
@marketing07 (6266)
• South Korea
6 Dec 08
hello my friend,nice to see you after travelling,ohh yes i love travelling...and i do feel exhausted..have a nice day
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
11 Dec 08
Hi marketing, glad to see you drop in here. It is nice to have a long journey with so many good friends. I like visiting temperate country during winter season for I love to experience the cold winter season especially the fantastic snowing day, otherwise I won’t have any chance to feel the different weather which will never happen in my country. I think almost everyone would feel exhausted after returning home from a long journey. Well taking bath, eating and having proper rest are the normal routine we usually do after reaching home. Have a nice day and posting.
@terri0824 (4975)
• United States
6 Dec 08
Traveling does make me tired. Just sitting in one spot for hours while riding or driving tires me out quickly. I would do the same, and just go to sleep. Glad you had a safe trip.
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
11 Dec 08
You are right terri, very often we have to travel for hours just for sighting only two or three tourist sites sometimes even one only in a single day. I agree that we actually consume too much time riding in the tourist bus than that we have spent in the tourist spots. This is because it is impossible that all those attractive popular tourist sites are situated at the same region. Very often the hot tourist sites of a city or a country are located widely apart from one another. No wonder we always feel tired during our tour and normally would fall asleep very fast during night time in the hotel room. But for those people who always suffer from insomnia is really a torture. They surely would feel more exhausted if having long journey. To have snoring roommate also would affect our sleep and make us feel tired. Take care and posting.
• China
6 Dec 08
I'm a girl who never have a long journey .I want to travel around the world and meet many people.If i feel tired.I would stop.
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
11 Dec 08
Hi zhangyinfeng, during my younger days I even didn’t have any opportunity to have either short or long distant journey. The reasons were, I didn’t have any extra money and secondly my parents were too busy with their work and didn’t have time to take me for tour. They didn’t allow me to go for tour with friends as they were afraid that it was not safe to go for vacation without their accompanying. After graduating from college I got my ideal job and started to collect money for tour. For those days I could only afford to go for local short distance travelling only. I found there were lots of fun during travelling and it was enjoyable. After my kid has grown up my husband and I then have leisure to go for travelling again. Really during travelling we have met lots of friendly and hospitable people in different places. Nowadays my husband quite indulges in his Chinese calligraphy and painting together with his friends so I usually would have my trip with my friends. We are planning to visit countries in Europe the coming year. We understand that the trip will cost a great amount of expenses so we have to work hard at the beginning of the following year, to earn enough money to accomplish our great dream. Anyway I still insist to have long traveling though I feel tired after back from tour. posting and take care.
@checapricorn (16072)
• United States
5 Dec 08
[i]Hi lkbooi, Welcome back! and glad to hear you again! I love traveling also and every after long trip, what I want to do is to take a shower, eat and sleep! LOL!Then, like you, I will also talk a lot sharing my loved ones my experiences about it![/i]
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
8 Dec 08
Hi che, I’m really glad to see you dropping by. It seems that you are welcome me back again in the airport waiting hall. I believe most of us when reaching home from a long distant journey will definitely do the same “trilogy”: 1. having a bath or shower 2. eating or drinking 3. Sleeping. My hubby dislikes travel by air so I usually have my annual foreign trip by the end of the year with my group of friends. I then would share my interesting journey with my hubby by watching the photos on the computer and of course I will tell my long and exaggerated stories as well posting and have a wonderful day.
• Philippines
5 Dec 08
I never tried to travelled outside the country. How I wish i could be in the future. Thank God you have a safe flight. You know honestly, I will feel tired if I will travel that far because I don't like long travel.
@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
8 Dec 08
Thank you grecy, I do feel a bit worry and frighten when having long distant flight especially when come across any severe turbulence and we feel the terrible shake and all passengers are required to sit still with belt fasten nicely. Anyway travel by plane is having higher risk, so my husband always does not encourage me to have long journey flight. For the sake of saving money we usual travel in economic seats. The spaces between the seats are rather narrow and of course it’s not so comfortable if compare to the 1st class seats and commercial seats, so upon arrival we usually feel tired but relaxed. The very first thing I would like to do when reaching home is to take a cold shower from top to bottom, followed by a cup of hot drink and then have a sweet and sound sleep. posting and enjoy your short local travel.
@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
5 Dec 08
No wonder you are inactive since early last week. Seems like you have been away for an enjoyable, but tiring trips. You must be very tired, since you fall asleep before finishing your story. Where have you been? It must be somewhere far away, because you need to travel for such a long hour. I like to travel too. So far, I have been traveling to a new country a years. I travel to local tourist attractions too. But traveling need higher cost, so during economy down turn and fuel cost rising time, I just stay at home.
@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
9 Dec 08
It's great, and I think it's cool to visit Turkey. I have heard that it's a very unique country and I wish to travel there too. I am glad that you reach home safely after a week trip, with memorable experience there. It would be wonderful if you could attach some photos you have, so that we could understand more about this modern Islamic country. I will be extremely tired too, after back from a long journey. This the fatigue is even more if the place I went to is in a different time zone. I think Turkey is 6 hours behind our country. Most people will suffer from jet lag effect they travel across different time zone. I remember I recover from jet lag after 1 week, when I first arrive in the U.S. few years ago.
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
10 Dec 08
open-air museum - The unique and yet the strange rock formations and subterranean dwellings of Cappadocia in Turkey.
Thanks for your kind concern my dear. My husband did feel glad when he knew that our plane had landed safely. Turkey is a temperate country and the weather there is very much different from that in our tropical region. It was winter season when we were there. We were really excited and as happy as a kid when we saw the beautiful snowing outside while we were having our lunch in a restaurant after finished visiting the open-air museum in the hill area in Cappadocia. Inside the meseum we could see sitting room, church, kitchen, winery and etc. Here I would like to share with you a photo that we snatched in front of the open-air museum. You can see the unique and yet the strange rock foundations and subterranean dwellings of Cappadocia. Hope that you would like it. Later on we went out the restaurant and snatched lots of picture in the snow. Every one of us tried to make our cool posts when taking picture in the snow. Lol ... we always liked to show our best appearance when taking picture. The outdoor snowing air was extremely cold and I had to put on my woolen hat to keep my head as well as my ears warm. My friends teased me that I looked like a handsome guy when wearing hat haha..... I never bother much about the jet lag effect totally. I always felt free to eat and to sleep according to the meal time and sleep time here after back from Turkey. Anyway I still felt hungry and sleepy during the Turkey meal time and bed time for the first two days I think to take a week to recover from jet lag effect, your body clock is still considered quite adaptable. So no problem for you to have foreign trip with different time zone. Hopefully you will have chance to visit this country soon. Good luck and posting.
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@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
10 Dec 08
Thanks for sharing the photos. From there I can see the beautiful scenery behind, and have some idea how the place in Turkey look like. According to your journey description, I think it's really enjoyable to be there at this time, especially during the snow fall moment. I am think my adaptability is moderate, if compared to my friends. I know some of them take up to a month to switch their bio-clock to normal. But some could adapt the new eat and sleep cycle as soon as two days. I think you are among the excellent
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@sanuanu (11238)
• India
6 Mar 09
That was really nice sharing your experience here on mylot. I will not say I don't like traveling but again I don't love it either. I can remember once, I went to my friend's sister's wedding and I couldn't get a sleep for that night. The very next we came back in the morning. It was total 8 hours of journey on bike with no sleep at all. After coming home, once I went to bed I woke up after 14 hours of sleep. I was confused when I got up with the time. The day was changed and I was still thinking that it was the same day when I got slept.
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
6 Mar 09
Hi sanuanu, mylot is really a good forum for us to share our experience, information and many other interesting and impressive things here. People like us who always like to log in here could learn lots of things by reading posts and as well as having mutual interaction frequently here. From your description I come to know how great you are to have 8 hours of journey by riding bike. It is really dreadful and difficult to keep on riding the bike under the sun for such a long time. The longest time I had ridden on a bike was two hours or so. It was during my younger days when we were having our bike outing to an orchard. What I suffered most during the journey was the muscles of my buttock. You are right, after the tired long travelling we always couldn’t tell where we actually are once we wake up after a long sound sleep. Sometimes we think that we are still in the place where we have visited recently, and very often we even couldn’t distinguish whether it is daytime or night time Happy posting and take care.
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@sanuanu (11238)
• India
7 Mar 09
Jet lag! he he he. There is a slight mistake. I didn't ride the bike, i was on the back seat of it and it was 4+4 hours journey, it took 4 hours to reach there and 4 hours to come back but again I didn't get any sleep which made me more tired. You know something, I never share my experience here on mylot. Sharing with you is different sharing with all of them. You know, I feel shy sharing my experience.
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
8 Mar 09
It is my honor to have the chance to share some of your secret experience here. Don’t feel shy my friend, try to share with more friends you meet here, and there are lots of lovely, helpful and hospitable people here. It is worth to make good friends with them enjoy together the fun of mutual interaction here frequently. Yeah, this is the main purpose I love mylot site and more than willing log in here whenever I’m free. I know young guys, including you, are always energetic when come across any interesting thing, like playing games and etc even when feeling tired lol ...
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@nini89 (670)
• India
16 Feb 09
I had viewed the atached link and very much thanks to forwards the link and I happy to see the Turkish Pamukkale the UNESCO world heritage site and to learn more about it in the link. I have enjoyed it very well. Happy mylotting.
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
17 Feb 09
Hi nini, I feel amazing but glad to see you happen to drop by here, for actually you could add your comment in the previous response. Yeah, I admit that this is a technical error as I have done such thing many time before You are most welcome my dear. After you had mentioned about the relevant photos I shared with my colleagues in the office earlier, I felt happy and I was more than willing to share them with you. So I attached the link and hoped that you would have chance to see them as well. It’s nice to learn that you finally have enjoyed seeing them and have learned more information from the said tourist site. I hope you will have chance to have your personal sightseeing there in time to come. Take care and wish you all the best
@nini89 (670)
• India
18 Feb 09
Of course it was a nice site seeing and hope I could personally visit the site in future and can admire the scenes. I think you are back with full force in mylot with your colleagues and office routine. Happy mylotting and have anie day.
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@nini89 (670)
• India
19 Feb 09
I wish I too will enjoy the sight seeing in future. Coz I am not financially well adn my children are studying in colleges still time for them to work. Till that I have to take care and not able to save anything extra as the daily expenses and their college expenses nowadays are too expensive. As I am having backpain and right leg pain taking auyurvedic medicines it is too costly for me.I am the only earner facing problems. As you said where there is will there is a way. God created he himself will show the way how to outcome from all these problems. When my children starts earning I will get rest from all these hetics. Happy mylotting and have a nice day.
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@diansinta (7554)
• Indonesia
5 Dec 08
Woooah ! you back! i miss you so much my lady!!! where did you go? Dis i miss something? I still remember i ow you a kitchen drawing. Well most people make a blog at their travel and post some picture including the food pictures. Must be fun! i miss you 4x! HUg'dian from bali island.
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
8 Dec 08
Hi dian, so happy to see you again here. I believe you have recovered from your headache. I had spent my 10 days vacation in Turkey. I had had my 3 nights vacation in beautiful Kuta Bali end of last year, still remember? After back from vacation my friends and I are so busy watching the photos we had taken in Turkey during the vacation. There are nearly 700 hundred copies of pictures in my camera and more than 200 pieces in another friend's camera. I had sent all the pictures to their pen drives respectively. My dear, it’s such an good idea to create a blog and display our photos there. It must be a great fun to share the photos with others. Anyway I still couldn’t manage to own and to take care of a blog yet. posting and take care.
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@diansinta (7554)
• Indonesia
18 Dec 08
I drop by at the picture you post with you and your friends at rocks as a background. You will always lovely with that smile my lady .. And if i'm not mistaken those rock suppose to be houses in the old days? isn't it? well they need stairs to reach up i supposed. They live up there maybe because before it is dangerous at the ground. May be dangerous animal or flood.. Interesting rocks!!
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
18 Dec 08
Hi dian, I’m so .... so happy to see your lovely avatar here again. I feel really impressed you have great interest to have a close look on the attached picture in response #7 and left your comment there and I really appreciate it my dear friend. I’m glad that you still could recognize me from the attached picture and like my smiling face You are really smart my dear and what you are guessing are absolutely correct. Yeah, they are underground houses of the ancient people and inside there are stair case made by the original natural rock inside it. Of course we visited the underground dwellings as well. There are thousands of such types of underground dwellings found there. It is really a unique natural wonder The tourist guide told us that the first Christians found these hidden underground cities. The gates were made in such way so that they couldn't be easily found during the escape from the persecution of the Roman soldiers. It's a pity that they had to live in these underground houses for quite a long period and unable to go out for the sake of their safety. Gradually they developed these cities by making ventilation chimneys, water wells, rooms, winery, churches, toilets and meeting rooms and etc. Is it amazing! Take care my dear.
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@williamjisir (22909)
• China
5 Dec 08
Good evening, lkbooi. Welcome back to mylot. I guess that you must have had a very wonderful journey in Turkey. There is always so much to see wherever we go for a travel in a new place. Well, it is so nice of the weather you have in your country that you can still take a cold shower while we cannot here as it is so cold with the temperature from -3 to 6 centigrade degree today. I miss the warm and cool weather in autumn and spring. Have fun, friend.
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
8 Dec 08
Hi jisir, I’m glad to have you dropping by. It’s so wonderful to experience the different lifestyles, culture and climate, foods and etc of a country which is totally strange to me. For people like us who live in a tropical country where the weather here is always around 26 to 34 degree C definitely we like the cold winter season in Turkey. In the 4th day we were so happy and excited for it was a snowing day. We laughed crazily and snatched lots of photos in the snow though the weather then was rather severe. We looked a bit weird in our thick winter garment. Of course we were not brave enough to take cold shower during the cold winter season in Turkey. We take cold shower only when we back to our hot country again. Wow! The temperature in your place is terribly low and I wonder whether there is any snow in your place at present. posting and have a nice day.
• China
9 Dec 08
We have not had snow yet, but I think that we will have it in January or February. These three days it has been warm with the sun shining during the day and the temperature today is five to nineteen degree centigrade. I love it when it gets warmer, but it seems that it will get cold again in another couple of days when the cold air comes. Good day, lkbooi.
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
9 Dec 08
For people like me from tropical country, rarely have chance to sight snow, definitely we like snow very much. I wonder whether people in your place really like snow or regard snow days as an inconvenient season. From your comment I could realize that you rather prefer warmer weather. Yeah, it’s quite comfortable to have outdoor activities when the temperature is five to nineteen degree C. When we were in Turkey the temperature there in day time was around 5 to 15 degree C. We felt really cold when staying in the cold wind in outdoor area. Good luck and posting.
@pergammano (7756)
• Canada
5 Dec 08
Ikbooi..Good morning, and Welcome Home! How long do you experience "jet lag.?" And the residue of time changes? My son recently flew from Vancouver, B.C. Canada to an Airport outside of Beijing....14 hour flight and a 13 hour time change, he was there for 11 days (because he was there on business, had to immediately adjust his body clock to their time) and then had a 4 hr. bus ride, 14 hour flight home, and it took him nearly 3 weeks to get readjusted to his lifestyle here! And of course, he caught a cold on the flight home! He has been home nearly 4 weeks and just recently feeling like he is re-climatized! Do you re-adjust fast? Cheers!
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
8 Dec 08
Hi pergammano, thank for your hospitable greeting. We reached at Bahrain, a new developed small country in the late afternoon after 8 hours flight. The local time there is 4 hours later than my place. The time difference of Turkey and my country is 6 hours. Unlike my Turkey trip roommate, for the first three days she used to wake up at 1 am (my country time is 7am) and brushed her teeth and took a morning shower. She went to bed again after I told her the local time there was 1 am. I was not so sensitive and quite adapted to the time different then. I only experienced the jet lag for the first two days after arriving home. Luckily I could readjust myself to the normal lifestyle very fast. In the third day I don’t feel hungry and drowsy anymore though it’s the dinner and sleep time in Turkey. I think most probably the cold caused your son to take a longer time to readjust himself to the normal lifestyle. If not he won’t suffer such long jet lag badly. posting and take care.
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• Canada
8 Dec 08
Glad your body clock is so adaptable....gives me lots or reassurement! Longest trip that I have ever taken is a 6 hr. flight, with only 3 hrs. time difference! I think it was also the total 13 hr. time diff. that really got to him! I am going to Brazil in Feb., haven't put the mechanics together yet, but to get there from here (West Coast of Canada) I will virtually fly from the West Coast to the East Coast, and then to South America! Lots of layovers & transfers, so what I am asking you, do you do health preps for these journeys? Thank you! Cheers!
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@nini89 (670)
• India
16 Feb 09
Yes I too feel tired after a long journey and feel like going to bed as early we reach home. But sometimes it cant be as we have to do some of the house chores and have something light to eat and get ready to go to bed. All the cleaning and washing will be kept a side for the next day or after I get freshup. I get a good sound sleep for about 3-4 hours then I fine and okay. Happy mylotting.
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@o_utsider (372)
• China
11 Dec 08
Of course,I will feel tried,and I will sleep soon as you.I want to know Turkey is a good travel place or not.If it is,maybe I will also have a travel to Turkey.I like traveling.
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@jesbellaine (4157)
• Philippines
10 Dec 08
Hi there! Actually, I didn’t really travel but I am so tired last week because we went to see one of our old friends that night, we had Pizza and pasta at Yellow Cab pizza. We just chatted for 2 hours, I guess; we were supposed to watch a movie but there were no good films to watch that night. Out of the blue, my friend, Buds, wanted to go to amusement park. It was already close to 8 in the evening, she insisted, so we decided to go there. It was really really far you know… We don’t have a ride so we have to take a bus and a jeepney then a cab to go directly to the Amusement Park which is Star City. We rode all rides there then we bought some stuff at the Christmas bazarre. The park closed at 1 in the morning and we were so tired but we decided to have a drink in Starbucks… we stayed there until 5 in the morning so that we know that it will be safe to go home… We were so happy but very tired! I slept the whole day! My whole body ached due to the rides. Lolz… Thanks for the discussion! Happy Mylotting and Happy Holidays! Cheers!
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
12 Dec 08
OMG jesbellaine! I understand that why you felt so tired that day. We usually would feel tired because of the long journey traveling but you and friends were totally not. Hehe you all had done so many interesting and enjoyable things like eating delicious food in Yellow Cab pizza, chatting, taking a long distant ride by a bus, a jeepney and then a cab and reached the amusement park finally. Wow! Having drink after the park closed! After having drink, for the sake of safety, you and your friends preferred to stay at the Starbucks coffee until 5 o’clock the following morning. Never had any proper rest for the day and night and then night to day, no wonder you would feel so exhausted and suffer from the body ached as well. I believe after having the whole day proper sleep, definitely would get you refreshed and energetic again. Take care and posting.
@bamakelly (5194)
• United States
8 Dec 08
Hi there. I would have to say that traveling is something that I would love to do but I haven't been able to in a while now. Life has changed quite a bit since I have a son and I have a family. My husband works and I stay at home with my son being a homemaker. There are a lot of things that I try to keep busy with like cleaning and raising my boy the best way that I can. There was a time quite a while back where I have traveled to a few different places by train, plane or car. I really enjoyed the experience. I have been to places where the time zone was a little different and that was a little hard with the jet lag. I know that I am the type of person that likes to try to stay up after a long trip and get things done but sometimes especially after going to Las Vegas I would find myself sleeping through the day after being on an all night flight. It definitely takes the body some time adjust. Your trip to Turkey must have taken a lot out of you. The best thing is for you to relax and get your mind together.
@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
11 Dec 08
Hi bamakelly, thought you like traveling but at the present moment you have to take care of your son as well as to do the daily household chores alone, of course don’t have any extra time to go for traveling. Yeah, we always put the most essential thing like raising our kid and to take good care of our family as priority. From your response I know you have lots of unforgettable sweet remembrance during your journey in those earlier days. It is rather unusual to stay at places with time different. Yeah, many people would suffer from the effect of jet lag and couldn’t adapt themselves to it after back from traveling and have to take quite some time to adjust themselves as normal again. You are right I had spent much expense, energy as well as time during the 10 days Turkey Trip. Anyway it is worth, for I have gained lots of valuable information, knowledge as well as experience during the interesting long journey. posting and have a nice day.
@syfarisk (378)
• Malaysia
6 Dec 08
Yes, of course. Long journeys are very very tiring. The best thing for me to do is to have a very good rest after that.
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@sbondoc (56)
• Singapore
6 Dec 08
yup, i enjoy travelling, i've been to a lot of places in the philippines. some says that sometimes you must also try to be a tourist in your own country coz there's a lot of spots that you could boast about it. Some of these are boracay, camiguin, bukidnon, davao, cebu, baguio, tagaytay, infanta quezon, cagayan de oro, and many more. i've tried to travel through land, water and air. it's a wonderful experience.
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@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
10 Dec 08
Good day sbondoc, I know there are lots of beautiful natural seascapes in Philippines especially certain attractive popular beaches like some of them which you have mentioned above. I hope I would have opportunity to visit those beautiful tourist sites in your country in time to come. You are right, during short term holidays my husband and I usually would have our vacation at the local popular beautiful mountain resorts or beach resorts. It’s a wonderful experience to travel by cruise. We always feel tired when we are back from vacation as during the tour we always spend most of the time in bus riding, sight watching, shopping, photo snatching and etc. What’s more we still feel reluctant to go to bed and keep on chatting and drinking in the hotel room till late in the night. No wonder we usually would feel exhausted when back from tour and need lots of rest to get ourselves refreshed. Take care and posting.