Finally, I flew back home to Kuching last night.
What a fun-filled and exciting trip over the weekend!
I had the best bunch of people to travel with and that makes a whole lotta difference. But more about the Nuffnang gathering, the Penang Bridge marathon and my unexpectedly interesting side trip to Ipoh a bit later. Right now I just feel like resting my legs and taking it easy.
While I was at the Kuching International Airport, I propped up my laptop hoping to go online by leeching off someone’s wireless internet service. Normally at the airport, I’m able to connect to an unsecured access point called “dlink” or “linksys” or one of those boring default names.
So I brought up the list of wireless connections available.
Curiously only one access point was available, and it was from a guy named “Poi Kee Teo”.
At first I was wondering, how come I can manage to detect the wireless connection of this Mr Teo’s house? The airport is so big and secluded, it’s impossible to get anything from even the closest residential house nearby.
And then I realised.
POIKEETEO MEANS “AIRPORT” IN HOKKIEN!
Kuching Airport sure has a funny sense of humour.
It’s sad to hear about what happened to one of my favourite wrestlers, Chris Benoit. The guy killed his wife and 7-year-old son before committing suicide himself.
When someone I grow up watching on TV commited something heinous like that, I don’t know what to feel.