Aftermath

Hey,

Ketemu jua kita lepas election. Well, I’ve done my part, hope you guys too.

Lots of things being discussed, whether the the discussions were close or open, people have their right to voice out their opinion, though, most of the time, I hope they did think about what they wanted to share, before sharing.

Because most of the time, words hurt more than swords.

Okay,

I was in Brunei last week from 2-4 May then, upon arrival on Saturday, I went straight to the office to get my car, and straight away, I started my journey to my hometown, which is almost 400kms from Putrajaya. It was a tiring journey, but hey, I think I love every single minute of it. Yes, I drove home, alone.

On Sunday, I went to cast my vote too!

Then, spent time with family, went to market, and cooked at grandma’s. I just hoped that my grandma would agree to stay at our house instead of her own house.

It was sad to every time we wanted to leave her.

Hmm, yesterday, I started my journey back here at 5.30 pm and arrived at 3.00 am in front of the gate.

I have nothing more to say.

It’s just that…

One of the candidate promised a bullet train from here to my hometown, I was curious whether or not the bullet train promise was included in the promise at my hometown.

Okay,

all the best to all.

Salam.

3 days of love ;)

I did what I love the most during that last 3 days of weekend. πŸ™‚ I love Malaysia. So many public holidays! I decided to drive to my aunt’s in Muadzam, Pahang. I started the Β journey after a hearty early lunch with my friend in Alamanda. We ordered like we were starving! She was I think. I had my fair share of oat and milk for breakfast. πŸ˜› She took away most of her orders anyway.

From Putrajaya, I drove to fetch my future sister in law in KL then we drove to Pekan through Β a little bit of Senawang, Kuala Pilah, Bahau to fetch my brother (herΒ fiancΓ©) then drove back to Muadzam. That took me about 6-7 hours. πŸ™‚ Lucky me, the traffic was on my side that Saturday. Oh, I had bought a nice 500 g of daging salai at Kuala Pilah. Love!

Days spent at aunt’s was always a great experience. My aunt and uncle used to take care of my siblings before they got married. That was in 1990. I know that we are so dear to their heart. They keep our childhood photos with them and they always want to look at the photos when we were around. πŸ˜›

Anyway, here are some photos of my weekend. What about yours?

on my way to fetch Miela…
Miela and I, upon arrival
it was Malaysia Day on 16th September 2012 this is on my way to Felda Neram II, (another weekend)
picking up things for aunt in Segamat.
took my cousins and brother and sister to 1 Segamat, the new mall in Segamat
my family πŸ˜‰

 

daging salai masak lemak cili padi with spaghetti. πŸ˜€
Kuala Pilah. Reminds me of this one blogger. This was captured while we were stuck on the road to Ulu Bendul
What’s more to love? KLCC at night is always a lovely view. πŸ˜‰

p.s : Now am loving Noah and Judika.

 

FLORIA 2012

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sangat wangi… ada tiga warna… but have to grow it in a hot weather… πŸ™‚

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with izzah πŸ˜‰

 

Semalam pergi melawat Floria ;).

Tomorrow will be out of Putrajaya until Sunday.

Please go to Floria if you have some time to spare, parking spaces are a lot… and there will be fireworks at 10.00 pm every night. You could buy so many plants, flowers or herbs… and their maintenance items too…

Have fun πŸ™‚

 

 

Cameron Highland ;)

I spent last weekend with colleagues from my division, in Cameron Highland. πŸ™‚ One of the coldest (and highlands) place in Malaysia. It is situated in Pahang, with the entrance could be from Perak (North) or Kelantan (East).

Last time I was there, in 2008 with wordpressers, Kak Nana, Ayumi, Buzzy and Tata πŸ˜‰ Owh. Miss them so much. We still keep in touch though not as close as before, due to our changed commitments and priorities. Β This trip remarked my third time there, the first one was with my family circa 2005. I even dreamed about my parents on the second night πŸ˜› (Miss them too… )

Okay, we were there to discuss a lot of things in regards to the development of our division. We progressed a lot since the day we were established. (2009). Our workloads had increased, with the introduction of various new initiatives, NKEA and NKRA to name a few. Not to mention that we were focal points to a lot of development plan led by other ministries, such as the economic corridors, IMP3…

I believed we had achieved our objectives so that our boss let us finished earlier to spend Saturday afternoon (after 4.30 pm) to go for sight seeing and shopping. Yeay! πŸ™‚

We went to Bharat Tea Plantation and Brinchang Market, had some tea and scones (and some cakes and shortbread) yummy, took photos etc, some vegetables and strawberries and corn shopping… :D. We had our bbq dinner that night at the hotel. Oh, btw we stayed at Heritage Hotel. Nice place. Could be nicer if they improved their services. 😦

We checked out yesterday, at 9.30 am and headed down with few stops for more shopping and sight seeing. We finally reached Putrajaya at 5.00 pm. Β πŸ™‚

Here are some photos.

with the staffs at Bharat Tea πŸ™‚
cactus πŸ™‚ RM2/pot
purple chilli.. RM5/pot
colourful cactus πŸ™‚ nice...

 

sunrise from my balcony... level 6, new wing πŸ˜‰ nice!

 

sunset πŸ™‚

 

strawberry cheesecake (biasa2) and ginger oat crunch (nice)...

 

Photos are from my phone, 5.0 MP… so please excuse the quality. πŸ˜‰