Be in the car by 7am tomorrow morning! We are going to Sepang Gold Coast!
We all was like: WHAT? why so early? :(
Dad's reason was: you all want to get bakar-ed? if not, better be early!
Okay, I set my alarm 6am today!
We woke up on about 7am :D
Anyway we went for Klang famous Bah Kut Teh before departing to Sepang Gold Coast.
*i know someone must be jealous-ing and drooling when seeing this*
*Yes, Ryan Chong, I mean you!*
The destination located far from what we imagined. Hmm it took us 1.5 hours drive if not mistaken. The journey was long but we filled it with stupid jokes and chatting sessions as usual :)
Finally reached! Today was Raya day, so the whole beach 90% visitors are chinese! Common sense, I guess we also won't go beach on our first day of CNY :D
I like the Golden Palm Beach resort which they actually built their chalets unit on the sea! Each chalets have their own platform to view sea and beach scenery! I heard my friends said the sunset view there is nice, too bad we went early in the morning :(
We asked for permission to go in for visit, but the guard refuses us because he said today all chalets all fully booked! WOOTS! He asked us to come on normal days then we can go in and walk around :(
Took some pictures around and walk with bare legs on the beach was awesome! The sand there is super soft! Much softer than Pangkor's! :)
Then we proceed to Morib Beach on the way back. Didn't go down the beach because it was already noon time, and the sun was super sexy hot! Bought yuyu ice and some fried snacks there :)
Reading others blog are like traveling around the world FOC, walk into their life even thought we are far apart or may not able to meet regularly :)
I like beautifully taken pictures, especially those study abroad and travels around. Now I own a digital camera and one day, when I'm financially independent, I'm going to own a DSLR. *wait patiently*
Reading friends' blog allows me to catch up news from friends. I saw two friends maintaining their relationships for almost 5 years! Who said all youngsters nowadays are playing around? I hope to see them tie a knot in the future :)
P/s: Going to start watching this drama tomorrow- 谈情说案 The Mysteries of Love! I know I'm late, but late is better than never *show tongue*
It's semester break again- my favorite moments after hectic life for 15 weeks!
To kick start my 5 weeks semester break, I went Malacca with awesome peoples- Kent Ren, Nicole and Ryan. And our tour guide this time was the not-so-genuine Malacca dude- Raymond!
We started off our journey from Inti and after 1-2 hours of drive, we finally reached Malacca. First, we visited Raymond's house and I was amazed to see huge amounts of KATAKss 田鸡 in his house. His house has ponds of KATAKss and this was my first time seeing so much KATAKss and all the stages of KATAK from tadpoles to mature KATAK :D
Due to the hungriness that strikes all of us, we kidnapped Raymond and here starts our FOODS JOURNEY!
1st stop: Jonker's Street 88 Cendol Shop! We have Baba Asam Laksa and Durian Cendols! This is my third time visiting that shop and I still not yet have to chance to taste on their FAMOUS LAKSA! :(
2nd stop: Nadeje Cafe, Dataran Pahlawan Megamall Yum yum delicious mille crepe! If you count exactly, there are about 30 layers in a slide :) or maybe more than that depends on which one you choose :)
This is Ryan's Strawberry Chocolate!
Raymond's mini espresso which is very cute and mini in size!
The atmosphere there is nice! I like the red cozy sofa! :)
This is my cheese mille crepe! *yum yum*
After that, we went to search for Ray's RM48.80 hotel. We found it but RM48.80 is just for one guest LOL
Anyway, we stayed in Hotel Seven! Clean and tidy! *thumbs up*
See what we did in room! Credit to Kent Ren and Raymond :D
usage: to allow air-cond from outside to flow in :)
'No photos please', what are you doing?
Rest a while in hotel and let's continue our next stop!
3rd stop: Capitol Satay
The famous Satay Celup is here! My first time trying and it was NICE! :)
Open on 5pm, if anyone want to try, come earlier to avoid long queue! According to Raymond, the queue can be very very long when night strikes! :)
You can take what you want from the fridge. Pay only what you eat :) RM0.80 per stick!
Secret recipe chilies powder and grinded groundnuts will be added into the satay celup kuah :)
Mix well and its about the time to MAKAN!
Concentrate and gan jiong-ing LOL
Had movie in the night- The Expendables! Don't ask me whether it was nice or not, I don't know =x Big portion of the time I ter-slept, argh!
4th stop: Donald's and Lily
Another famous shop in Malacca. We tried their mee siam, mee rebus, Tau Kua Rojak and cendol! I like the mee siam, it was different from what I normally eat, delicious! But for the cendol, I personally like 88 's :)
The decoration inside the old shop.
Cendol and mee siam
Tau Kua Rojak
Then we proceed to Raymond's house again. Eat another round of breakfast prepared by his mum, unable to finish everything because all of us were just too full. So bad of us =x Thanks to Raymond and family for offering such great hospitality :)
Stopped by Seremban to buy some siew pao and egg tarts before going back!
The whole 2 days 1 night was just foods, foods and FOODS!
It was an amazing trip with all of you, hope there are more chances in the future :)
It's has been ages since the last time I updated my blog.
Miss me, anyone?
This time, I finished all my tests, assignments, small group discussions, problem-based learning, lab reports and whatever you can name it :)
Except for one- the last BTE small group discussion which due on coming Tuesday :(
Week 14 coming and this means that final is just 1 week away!
If you ask me, 'have you done your preparation and revision?'
I can answer you, 'not yet ah'
Kah Hui stated something that I believed is true few days ago in SideWalk cafe.
He said: A semester is just a race, we will run with all strength we have in the beginning, at the time when we started to feel tired or the end point almost reach, people tends to feel lazy and started to slow down.
Just like some of us, when the final approaching and out of no reason, we tends to slow down our path, slow down our footsteps.
Seriously, all of us are tired, we almost exhausted this semester.
Thanks to our faculty for such 'awesome' semester plan.
Anyway, no matter how hard it is, we are in the ending point. Try hard, work hard peoples!
P/s: Thanks for the 'motivation'- Malacca trip :) I start to look forward to post-final :D
As the time passes, I slowly fall in love with [waiting].
Today I went out with my dad and mum to TM point to get something settle. We changed our TM plan to BlockBuster Plan which we can enjoy free calls from line to line and minimum 10 sen charges for calling to handphones :)
My dad drove brother to tuition centre and we headed to TM point at Jalan Meru. His tuition class is 2 hours and will ends at 4.15pm.
So, we got our queue number and start waiting. Our number is 19 numbers away from the customer they were serving. But we thought that 2 hours was just more than enough to get our things done :)
30 minutes gone and only 5 customers were served.
We utilized our free time there chatting about many things. Youngsters attitude nowadays, my sister and my study life in colleges, everything.
We shared a lot or should I say, I talked a lot. It was a good time chatting there since they will be concentrating and listening to me.
In home, we might busy with our own things and where to "dig" 2 hours free time out and share thoughts? Good point!
Sometimes, I really feel that we should talk more and share more with our parents. At least let them know what we are thinking and what is our plans for future, near or far future.
Some people will just sit there and procrastinate that their parents don't understand them or they just can't communicate well. My suggestion was- take sometime and share everything out if possible :)
Although at the present day, my parents still not yet fully understands what I want, what I think and everything I do. But I do believe, sharing thought is a platform for communication to flow.
I started to love time for [waiting].
I wait for the time to come. I wait because there is something for me to wait. And I know, it worth it.