These were the thoughts that were running through my head when I was riding back to here last night.
These buses aren't called 'semi-sleepers' for nothing. They deliver what they promise - 'semi-sleep'.
Have these bus guys ever heard of the word 'ergonomics'? Why do they make seats with such poor lower back support and such big head-rest?!
How the hell did I forget rule #1 when traveling by bus - to never drink water?
Q: How can you be aware of every bump and every pot-hole on the road?
A: By having a full bladder
Why does it take half an hour to go 10 km when you are traveling at over 60 kmph? Either the time seemed to be longer than it seemed (theory of relativity), or the distance was actually longer than 10 km. I personally think, the distance was longer.
Well, that's for now. That is all my tired brain can think after the semi-sleeper...