These are the photos that my friends and I managed to take whilst the trip to Kuching. Actually, in the first place, there are 8 of us but due to uncontrolable circumstances, only 5 of us were able to make it on the trip. So here goes.
This is the Lodge that we stayed at - Lodge 121, nice Lodge I should say
Jalan2 cari makan
Woho... this is one big and tall house
I say "no way"... adakah angkat lesung padi guna mulut... Interesting..
Diapit dua gadis jelita
Hahaha... wasn't ready actually but I still think that this is a nice snap
At Kampung Budaya
Making our way across the river
At Cat Museum
Love this one..
At Fort Margherita
Hahaha... Nice photo I should say
We stayed in a dorm. Supposedly, there should be 8 of us but last minute calls, left only 5, huhu
Last photo infront of the Lodge we stayed at
At the aiport, making our way back to KK
Overall, the trip was fun and educating. This was actually my second visit to Kuching. First visit, I was 15. One that has never change, is the fact that, Kuching is very clean. And the food is cheap. My only regret is, we went to 3 Karoekes and none of those place really excite me compare to KK. I see one blatant fact here, Sabah has many talented and good singers!
Syaharil, Christy, Puan Winnie, Ned and Linda (not present: Jason, Azmi, Ain & Mr. Zack)
We were there but I don't know went wrong, the emcees announced that we were not. Harsh! Since my involvement in debates, weird things happened all time. But, like they said, got to swallow the bitter pills. We did receive the prizes soon after and we acted like the 'thing' did not give any impact at all. It did actually but we still try to give the best smile that we can.
It's still not too late to wish everyone Kotobian Tadau Tagayo Do Kaamatann2009 and Gayu Guru Gerai Nyamai 2009 to our fellow Sarawakians. There are villages that still and pretty much celebrating it even if the climax of the Kaamatan itself has been held at KDCA, Penampang. Well, I wouldn't actually call the Kaamatan at KDCA as the climax of the celebration. I know I am still celebrating it, one way or the other.
And yes, I am, literally, everywhere again. This festive season, plus the school holiday, really had acquainted me. I have to admit that being at home is not my favourite thing to do especially during the holiday and thank God, I received many invitations to weddings, engagements and of course, parties.
I started the holiday with the right feet I guess. Not to brag myself, I won Anugerah Guru Paling Smart at my school, hahahaha. Funny. Never saw myself as being smart, seriously. I do think that proper attire add onto your self-esteem though.
So okay, I was in KK, was in Keningau, Tambunan, KK again then back to KM. And now, as I’m writing this blog, I am in KK, going to Keningau again this afternoon and then back to KK. Will be in Kota Belud/Ranau to attend some wedding on Saturday. Anyhow, I’m glad because it is the school holiday and I can be everywhere I want.
It’s a blessing, if I were to think about it. Of course it comes to my understanding that some people are just not as lucky as I am, as we are. I’m not that lucky, I must say. I don’t even believe in luck and fate. But, yeah, most probably because I am a Malaysian. A Sabahan to be exact and was moulded up in a place where peace and prosperity are the focal point of living. Exercising respects and tolenrance, well (yeah right?) I mean, are we not grateful for what we have now? Think about those people at Afghanistan. Africa, Somalia. Not to mention the highly anticipated ‘war zone’.
This festive season people, let us share and care. Let the bond of togetherness and respect one another sated in a secure awareness that, in order to maintain and sustain harmony, when you think about yourself, think about others too. Just don’t D&D!
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