Saturday, October 29, 2011


As we go on
We remember
All the times we
Had together
And as our lives change
From whatever
We will still be
Friends Forever


I think this is the best song I can find on youtube that suits the mood right now.

Few months ago, 2 colleagues from Kuala Lumpur came to Penang. One was Shida (fresh graduate) and another one was Ayie.

After a week or so, we got close. Both of them were so friendly and the best thing was we had many things in common.

I went to Kuala Lumpur very often lately, together with both of them and Keith. The journey was full of fun. We laughed, we talked and we teased each other happily. I tried to be the best shoulder for them to cry on. Even though I was not a good listener and could not give best advise, I’m still glad that I was there for them when they needed me. Remember the moment when we break the fast together at Hammer Bay?

We played badminton. We played table tennis. Too many things we did together. Even though, Cameron Highlands and Danok plans were cancelled for some reasons. But I hope both of you will come again, together to Penang again and maybe we can go travel somewhere together too. I hope.


I’m still sad even though I did not cry just now. But that is me. I always keep thing inside. Deep in my heart, no one knows.

Shida is on her way now. Drive safely Shida. Always remember us here.

Ayie is packing his last stuff at the house now. When I hugged him just now, I almost cry. But I tried to stay calm and be strong. He is going to take a nap and will be driving back later. Drive safely Ayie! Same thing, remember us here!

All the best to both of you! We are going to miss both of you so much! Love you :(

Tuesday, October 25, 2011



Bad luck today. But, who cares? :)

As usual, I stayed at office until 7pm to finish my work (well, I know it’s so impossible to finish work! if not, why do you go to work everyday?). Got a call from my mom that my sister is sick and could not drive to fetch my niece.

It rained heavily and strong wind too at the office. Luckily, the traffic was not that bad.

On the way to the nursery house, I did not see the hole on the road because it was covered with the water from the rain. Boom! My left-back tyre already in that freaking hole and made a “cute” sound.

“Wow!” I shouted. (actually it was other word but not suitable to be written in here haha).

Mom was shocked too.

I realized my tyre got sound when I was almost reach my house and yes, I guessed it right, the tyre is punctured!


I just bought a GPS (Garmin nuvi 1350 and cost me RM560) and now this tyre is helping me hehe. Oh yea, mom remind me about road tax and insurance that I have to pay next month.

Ok, fine. MacBook Pro 15” should be kept in my dreamland again for the third time.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)

Wat Pho (Thai: วัดโพธิ์, IPA: [wát pʰoː]), is a Buddhist temple in Phra Nakhon district, Bangkok, Thailand. It is located in the Rattanakosin district directly adjacent to the Grand Palace. Known also as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, its official name is Wat Phra Chettuphon Wimon Mangkhalaram Ratchaworamahawihan (Thai: วัดพระเชตุพนวิมลมังคลารามราชวรมหาวิหาร IPA: [wát pʰráʔ tɕʰêttupʰon wíʔmon maŋkʰalaːraːm râːttɕʰawɔːráʔmahǎːwíʔhǎːn]). The temple is also known as the birthplace of traditional Thai massage.
(Source: Wikipedia)
It has been a while since I blogged last. I have to fight the laziness and excuses that I’m very busy now. Yes, with all the craps created by my office; we were forced to be cleaner even though we pay those contract cleaners. Weird isn’t it? Plus, my assignments are attacking me badly. I must make sure that I can submit them all before the due date!
Since it was few months ago I visited Bangkok, my memory is getting weaker. Haha. Yes, I have to remember them in detail if I want to write about it :)
I’ve visited 2 temples when I was there. So, let me start with Wat Pho first. It’s also known as Temple of the Reclining Buddha.
If you want to know the detail, you can click the link here.
I’d like to share some pictures with you here. Enjoy!

I’ll write about another temple in the next post :)
Thank you for reading!

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