I didn’t have time to use it, but I got this Oyster Card out of a TfL ticket vending machine at Heathrow Terminal 4 for £5. The info counter could only sell me the same for £20 (£5 deposit + £15 purse value).
Oyster Card 2019
My first post on sabre23t.micro.blog was today.
Mark Forster have just finalized the latest version of his all in one task management system, Autofocus Version 4 (AF4). It is much simpler than GTD and seems more suited to the way I work. Perhaps you’ll find it is the same for you. 😉
I originally implemented earlier Autofocus as prescribed by Mark, manually writing the list in a paper notebook. For this AF4, I chose to implement it web-based, for easy access from all my web devices including my Treo Pro. Currently, I’m doing AF4 using Google docs spreadsheet. More about that later …
See also …
This Papago R5800 (RM899) device goes head to head with top end Garmin Nuvi 765 (RM1299) on features. It has junction views. It has lane assist. And it has the main advantage that Garmin devices held so long in Malaysia/Singapore, that is free regularly updated maps from local mapping community such as Malfreemaps.
I had a “wait-n-see” stand on R5800 all this while. But after this whole hearted endorsement for Papago maps/devices by Antyong, I’ve moved that stand to “buy-with-spare-fund”. 😉
See also, sabre23t’s papago Bookmarks.
Randy Lee Rahardjoe on 23apr09 asked “I cant find a reason why the Klang folk should skip the better facility in ther new terminal”
One reason is they find it much quicker to get from Klang to KL Sentral, by waiting at bus stop P2.5 (just outside old Klang Utara terminal) and going direct via Tol Sg Rasau. Instead of much longer route going to Klang Sentral and then taking the bus from there to KL Sentral. The map below might make it clear to those not staying in Klang. 😉
Related articles …