Evening rush hour is an adventure in Tokyo. Seen in the photo above, the metro are bursting with people pushing hard to get into the train and go back home. I wish Malaysia has infrastructure to allow us to take the train to work. Then again, yes – there are train for me to get to work, but I am too lazy to take it. Idiot me. Taking the train will allow me to “workout” because I will be forced to walk more. 10k steps will not be a difficult thing to achieve!
Just came back from Japan. Since before Japan I already have the thought of using MRT as the transport of choice when going to work. I know it’s not the easiest option but it does give me the time that I can use for myself.
To be honest, it is still empty! Not sure why people are not using it. I love it. As this is still new, it might not be reliable yet, but heck when it stops for additional few minutes, it does give me that extra time to chill and read more news and write!
It takes approximately 60 mins for me to get to office from home. It’s about double of my usual time driving, apart from saving money I get to plan what I want to do everyday and… ramble on my blog.
I shall continue to do this as long as I can. And I will terminate my season parking ?. Till next day ?
I was just having a walk for couple of hours yesterday – shooting some pictures here and there. As usual, I would take the public transport, as it is completely hideous to park my car somewhere in the middle of Kuala Lumpur during weekend.
So, here what I realized, ticket machine…
Does not accept RM10 .. Fine…
Only accept RM5, RM2 and RM1 .. Fine!!
Well, guess there were too many people using the machine, causing the machine to only accept COINS!!!#@*#(*#@()*()#*@
And because of this….
People queue up for the counter (long innit?)
They can always send one or two of their staff to go and clear up the machines!!!! Grrrr… and what did we say about our public transport again?
p/s did i mention their customer service booth is also close?