Further to our post below, our intrepid travellers have put up a blow by blow account of the home-bound experience on their blog with really interesting photos of KL, some of which I've yet to experience myself!
At times. It takes a traveller to show the one at home what they're missing...
Some of the highlights were how close the clearance came to, when moving the mobile home into the container....
"There's no place like home... there's no place like home..."
There are many types of travellers, but at the end of the journey, 2 camps stand out the most - those who cherish the thought of coming home to the familiar, and those who would rather the journey continue.
In recent months, the team at Alien Logistics worked with a few travellers who had made the long journey from Europe all the way across Asia, and ended their journey at the toe of South East Asia, Malaysia.
The vehicle they were travelling in was a converted fire truck, whose body was used as a mobile bunker during WWII.
Thomas locking the door for the last time
The inside was exceptionally well planned & looked comfortable enough without getting cold sweats or acute claustrophobia. It was interesting that there was a postcard saying "Question everything" which is a philosophy I quite subscribe to as well! Good to know there are others like me out there...
I just wanted to say thank you again, to Thomas & Verena who put their trust in us to ship their home back to Europe; and for the lovely flowers :) To follow their travels, tap into their thoughts at www.buwe.de/tv