Showing posts with label My Stories~. Show all posts
Showing posts with label My Stories~. Show all posts

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Packing the necessaries.. \(^^)/

South Korea is our 4th trip abroad so I just feel like writing what I usually pack when travelling overseas..

No. 1 is of course the international passport (^^)
Without this you can't even pass the check in counter. Make sure you have applied for visas when travelling to countries that require them and this is when research come in handy :) My Dad is travelling to Myanmar in July and just found out about the required visa 4 weeks before his visit because I just sort of randomly googled about it one afternoon. It was such a havoc because we don't know how fast it will be processed.

No. 2 is the International Driving Permit
I applied this in JPJ. Paid RM 150 for the annual fee and make sure that your licence won't expire very soon.   
It's merely a translation of the normal licence. Just a few pages of statement saying you are a competent driver in several languages heee

No 3 Gadgets that will capture and spread every moment of awesomeness..

Me smurf-lappy, me smurf-rugged digicam and me Sony cybershot

The two cameras have their own specialties so I use them in different conditions. The rugged one can withstand extreme temperature and is waterproof so I usually use it when the weather gets rough. The cybershot has sharper image especially for outdoor shots and it makes me look thinner haha

Me smurf-lappy is a very handy little object. The size and light weight enable me to bring it anywhere. I always make sure that our lodging has internet connection. I don't like delaying uploading pictures because I'll be too lazy to do so later and the excitement is lesser.. Plus I need memory space for more pictures!

No 4. The Universal Plug

I just bought this. I used my Dad's plug in previous trips but this is a very crucial little object. We also brought an extension so that we can charge more than one gadgets at one time. 

No 5. It's all about the money money MONEY

Take time to survey which money changer offers the best rate. Even 1 cent can give a significant difference. Bringing enough cash is very important especially if you are planning to shop cheap stuffs because there is a high chance that the stores don't accept credit cards.. Lesson learnt in Bali; Mida and I even bargained for the cheapest motorcycle ride in Ubud because we ran out of cash hehe (^^)>; Or to be safe, make sure you activate your ATM card for international withdrawal :)

Other stuffs..

Enough clothes and make sure they suit the weather..
Comfortable shoes so you won't hurt your legs at the end of the day..
A printed itinerary so it'll be easier to refer to..
Copies of airline tickets..
List of Halal Food..
Toiletries, cosmetics and baby wipes..
Medications.. All of us are Pharmacist so we have our own meds :P

Paracetamol in case you have headache or fever.. Metoclopramide in case you have stomach upset and feeling nauseous and dizzy.. Antihistamine (non-drowsy is preferred if you don't want to fall asleep and miss the surroundings) I usually have my Tiger balm along because my bowel activity is very unpredictable when the weather change. Lomotil, Charcoal, ORS & Hyoscine for diarrhea...

and most importantly


Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Kundasang & Ranau; Mother's day trip

I'm never good with dates.. So I actually don't remember the date for Mother's Day. Heard it on the radio and since my mom was coming over the weekend for some reunion and I extremely miss the mountain so I made a last minute plan to have an overnight in Kundasang with my dearest Mom. But then, she told me to bring along my cousin because according to her "We are always the three stooges!" (-_-") I was like, "What!??"

Anyway, I made this trip a leisure one. No muscle straining activities, just a little bit of sweating. So advice number one, book your accommodation EARLY!!!!!!!! Since this was a last minute plan, I tried to book the hotel room a day before the trip. Bijak kan!??? It was a weekend so ALL of the cheaper lodgings were fully booked! At first, I thought they only deny phone bookings and I asked whether I can just walk in and ask for a room on Saturday.. The reply I got from ALL of them were.. *Sabahan slang*

"Miss. Kalau kita datang walk-in pun kami tia buli jamin o.." So, there was no chance for me to get a room even if I walk in. Ces! So I have to search for the more expensive ones. My mom said we could just stay in Ranau but I insist that I want a room that face the mountain and the mountain should be the first thing I see when I wake up haha I can be this demanding, you now :p So finally I booked online a room in Kinabalu Park Hotel

We departed from KK quite late that Saturday because of my mom's reunion so it was a relief to have booked the hotel online.. BUT, when I got there, there were quite a number of cancellations that day so they've reduced the price of the room to rm300 and I've paid an extra rm140 online (-_-") urgh! but never mind... (^^) O ya,, this price includes breakfast. 

I actually didn't regret paying extra money for the room since it is situated where I expect it to be; inside Kinabalu Park and facing the mountain. It was cloudy when we put our things in so I wasn't that ecstatic that evening but was happy that it was cozy and spacious. And most importantly, the soothing cold temperature (^^) Finally away from the city daunting heat! So, after putting our things, we head to Kundasang for some sight seeing

We went to the cattle farm in Mesilau \(^^)/ Okay, advice number two, if anybody (for instance your cousin) tells you that your car can't climb the steep hill, don't you ever believe them! When I said I wanted to go to Mesilau, my cousin was against it because she said, "Nda tenaek tu kreta ko..". Knowing her as a less optimistic person than I am, I said to her, "Kita naek jak. Jaga ko kalo kreta aku tenaek ah!" And then voila, my awesome orange myvi climbed the hill with ease.. "Uish gagah bha ni myvi aku!!!!!" 

So what can you see in the cattle farm; the black and white milk-producing cows! We were lucky enough to see the milking process. The cows lined up in two rows and was fed with some formula as the milking machine does ist work. The cows were very obedient but what amazed me most was when I saw a cow scratched its ear with its back limb!!!!!!! I was so surprised to see  it that I forgot to snap a pic. I always thought they cannot extend their back limb that far with all those fats on their belly haha

So what's so special about Mesilau is of course the scenery. You can see the other side of the mountain. I say, the view is even more beautiful from this side because this is actually the deep ravine and the pointed rocks that you can see from the peak. Breathtaking...

So this is the view of the cattle farm compound. Green green grass all around for the cows to feed on.. Right in front of this fence is actually a gravel road and just across are the staff houses. And why I'm describing this is because you can buy flowers at cheaper price from the staff. My mom was doing her flower shopping when I pose for this konon2 ayu pic. 

Next, we went  to the War Memorial. There's an entrance fee but I can't remember how much because my cousin went to pay it but it should not be more than RM3

What's inside? 3 beautiful gardens; Australian, English and Borneo garden. Newspaper cuttings; some about how they founded this war memorial and I remember seeing a picture of the first Dusun who conquered Mount Kinabalu peak. There were some memorial plates for the soldiers who died during the Confrontation and the Sandakan Death March. 

I have suggestion for this place (pandai2 jak kan :P) I think they should put the chronology of all the events so that visitors could really appreciate the sacrifices the soldiers made. The newspaper cuttings were all scattered so I can't really understand the flow and I think most of it was about the opening of the place rather than history. The memorial plates did mention the names of the events like the Sandakan Death March and Confrontation but I wasn't sure of the history until I googled it at home. They should have the chronology like the one written on this wall at Gaya Street. That'll make it be more interesting :)

After the war memorial, we went back to Kinabalu Park and had our dinner at this small restaurant situated right in front of the park's entrance. Surprisingly cheap and the food was good but I was too dizzy and nauseous to enjoy it. Swallowed one tablet Maxolon and went straight to bed when we reached our room.

So actually, I got what I wanted. The above pic is the view from our door. Just like what I'd imagined.

We can even see Laban Rata and Pendant Hut  \(^^)/

So from my opinion, If you want the closest view of the mountain , you should opt for the Kinabalu park Hotel. there are other cheaper hotels nearby, but you wont get this view. You still can see the mountain but not this close.

So I took my family for a walk in the park that morning. Walked the short trails to see flowers and some insects. And finally we had buffet breakfast in the Balsam Restaurant. Since the breakfast included with the room is for two, so I'd to pay another RM 45.40 for my cousin. The food is good. A mixture of oriental and american breakfast. 

Next we went to the Sabah Tea farm. Nothing much because it was not the time for the harvest and no tea processing was done at that hour. So we just walk around under the scorching sun and took some pics.

Next we went to the Tagal Sungai Moroli, Kg Luanti which is famous with the fish massage located just next to the tea farm entrance. We paid RM 5 for a 15 minutes session with the fish. I know they are huge fish before we arrive so I already said that I wont dip my leg inside the river. My cousin thought they are small and was excited. So finally, when we were there, my cousin just sit at the river  bank and watch and I went to have a dip. . But of course, I screamed a lot when I had my first dip and this time out of fear and not excitement. It was horrific at first with all those fish as big as my calf swarming my legs. But then I got used to the tingling as their slippery skin brush against my skin

Before we went home, I manage to pull my cousin into the river. She was too scared to even look at the camera.

We were suppose to drive to Mesilau trail after that but suddenly there was a heavy downpour. So, we decided to head back to KK to avoid thick fog after the rain.. (^^)

Monday, April 23, 2012

Mount Kinabalu 20-21 April 2012

(^^) Our last hike was in Mount Batur, Bali, Indonesia; October last year. After that we resolved to have a good rest and no plans for any adventure. The idea of climbing Mount Kinabalu suddenly popped out out of nowhere when a friend of mine told me he was going to do the Via Ferrata on April. This was on January.. I checked the flight ticket from KL to KK; ahah! cheap! Called Mida,

"We are going to do Via Ferrata on April.. Ini adalah satu arahan!"

It took Mida about 24 hours to check what da heck is her crazy friend talking about (Via Ferrata??) and finally decide.. We bought the ticket first and sought the package later. We always go for the most extreme.. So there were two routes; Low's Circuit & Walk the Torq. So, x payah nak fikir panjang, of course we opted Low's Circuit (^^)

But save the story of Via Ferrata for now. Now lets see how we made it up to Low's Peak first (^^)

We actually booked a package which was inclusive of our transfer from KK to Kinabalu Park so on the 20th we were at the Wisma Sabah bus station as early as 6am. It was still too early for breakfast when we left home. So I bought this tasty Nasi Lemak at this Petronas petrol station on our way to Kinabalu Park.. Macam jadi habit pulak makan dalam van ni hehe

When we reached Kinabalu Park, the driver helped us to settle everything; our guide, passes and lunch packs. Each of us were given this tag to wear. You can bring it home after the climb as souvenir! Our guide was a very young man named Jason. He was very quiet at first but during the descend we talked a lot. Maybe he didn't want to tire us during the ascend hehe

So this is the map of the summit trail. A total of ~8.5km from Timpohon gate to Low's Peak. It was all the way up up up and up!!!!!!! Iwas quite nervous about this climb since this is the tallest mountain we ever climb so far. I was worried about my fitness, about altitude sickness, about the weather and my unpredictable bowel activity when the temperature is too cold. But everything went well! Alhamdulillah.. :)

Actually, you can find your own way to the top by just following this sign. They have plenty of it since there are quite a lot of junctions. I was separated from Mida and our guide until we reached our lodging in Pendant Hut. But, a guide is still IMPORTANT. Especially in the case where your pace is too slow and fail to reach the lodging before it turns dark (^^) The guides are very patient, you know. I think nowadays I can no longer be a 'sweeper' like I used to because I can't even follow Mida's pace though she wasn't too slow..

Now lets look at the trail.. I'm okay with trails that doesn't have huge logs blocking the way and low tree branches to bang your head on. But, still, endless stairs can annoy me just the same.. It was not that steep but the steps can be far apart that you have to really climb it with all your might!

More and more and more stairs! Frowning..

You'll find huts like this one every 0.5 to 1 km. Here, you can rest and enjoy watching the fat squirrels running around searching for food. One even tried to carry my handphone away while I was uploading a picture on FB. Every hut has a toilet where you can do your business quite comfortably and a water tank that contain untreated water yet drinkable :) Convenient!

So, after 4 hours and 10 minutes of nonstop climbing-with-brute-strength, I finally arrived at Laban Rata (^^) "But, where is Pendant Hut?" I thought.. And then I saw a white cubicle shape building about 50m up and gave out a loud cry.. It would't be that hard to walk 50m on flat ground.. But after 6km hike up, that was something to be horrified about to see your lodging is waaaaay up from the food supply, Laban Rata..

I actually was battling inside whether to go register myself in Pendant Hut first or eat lunch first since we have this cut off time. I didn't have any watch so I have no idea what time it was. Registering first means I have to walk all the way down to satisfy my hunger.. I finally registered first as to I don't want to exceed the cut off time and was surprised to find it was just 1.40pm when I opened the door to Pendant Hut (^^)

This is the Pendant Hut. They have mixed dorm and some privates. We were in a mixed dorm that has 4 double-decker beds. Our roommates were a British guy who was an avid rock climber and two Chinese from China who was actually father and daughter :) I took a top bunk. The mattress is cozy and they provide you with another sleeping bag since there is no heater.

What I like most would be the Qiblat arrow. I was surprised to see it and later found out that there wasn't any in other lodgings. The staff even allowed Mida and I to use an empty dorm for our prayer since the space in our dorm is not convenient. They also have very clean toilets and showers with heaters :)

We were to start the hike to the peak at 2.30 am so we slept early that night. I think I went to sleep at around 9pm. Dozed off while listening to

So, the next morning, we had a light breakfast at Pendant Hut first before the hike; some toast and hot drinks. And then start off with climbing stairs AGAIN!!!!! I was surprised to see so many climbers because most of them weren't at dinner. There were Korean, Chinese, Europeans
, one friendly Indian guy and some Malays from west Malaysia.. Surprisingly no Sabahans..Only me :p

We were climbing in a snaking long line. We were at the back of tens of climbers at first. But as we go up, more and more climbers stopped to have a rest and gave way to us. After the stairs, we came to this point where there was this extremely long wh
ite rope lying on the ground. We were to follow the rope all the way up and at this point everything was granite... You can hold the rope for support too. See the picture, there's a rope on our left.

The above picture was taken while resting in Sayat-sayat. We didn't intend to rest because it'll be even tiring to start back after you've cooled down. But we have to wait for the ranger and it's not a good idea to reach the peak too early because it'll be too cold up there.

Finally, THE PEAK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Low's Peak to be exact.. There are many peaks, you know. We can't even guess which one is the highest. Low's peak is actually at the back of all the peaks and you'll be thinking like, "Which one is it? Why am I still climbing??"

We reached the peak @ 5.10 am. It was cold indeed and we were told that it was not that cold that morning because there was no wind. But it was still extremely cold!!!!!!!
"Ini namanya sepoi2 bahasa'" said one of the guides.

We performed our Fajr prayer on the peak; which is very epic to me :P

Waited for the sun to rise from the east.. But we cannot see the sun quite clearly since the east side was rather cloudy. The west side was a clear starry sky that morning.

Here are some of the peaks

One ringgit peak.. In our entire life before this trip, Mida and I thought this is the highest peak in Mount Knabalu.. What a shame.. (-_-")

Gorilla.. Can you see that Gorilla face??

We manage to do our epic jump in Mount Kinabalu too. The peak on the right is Low's peak (^^)

This is another great adventure of ours (which made Beijing trip seems even lame)

We met a lot of people during our climb and become acquainted to some too. On our way up, we were given supports by mere strangers.. Those who were on their descend will greet you with a smile and say Good Luck. Makes you know, there's something great up there...


Ascend: 4 hours 10 min; 4 hours 30 min
To the peak: 2 hours 30 min
Via Ferrata: 4 hours plus hundreds of pics
Descend: 2 hours 45 min

Post mountain effect: HUGE APPETITE.. Off to eat some grilled chicken right now!

Saturday, March 31, 2012

All the Good Things In My Life~

Life has been good for me lately. Not up to perfect,though. Just things seem to be under control right now.. So.. What have I been up to lately.. Here goes (^^)

1. I fell in love twice :p

Well, I'm never the lovey dovey type. But, recently I fell in love with two hot guys!!!!!!! Agent Tuck from This Means War and Leo from The Vow!!!!!!! I really like these two characters. They'd kept me smiling throughout the movie (^^) It would be great to have a hot guy who adores you, protects you and most importantly makes all your wishes come true. Recently, I identified what I feared most about marriage. It's the fact that I have to put off some dreams and will only be able to do the things that I want with permission from the hubby.. SO NOT READY!!!!!!!!!!! :p

2. Induction

Okay.. This part is no fun but I'm relieved that it didn't fall on the date of my travel haha It was a mental & physical torture~ I have to bear with all the monotonous talks and then have to stuff all those delicious food into my body and voilla! additional 2 kg after only 5 days! Great!!!!! I didn't see the sun for 5 days too!!!! But I enjoy meeting my PRP friends who are now posted to other districts (^^)

3. On Belay!!!!!

I'm back to climbing.. 4 times a week but it's an uphill climb to regain my strength back. Thanks to my additional 7 kg after the 4 months hiatus, now I've to focus more on losing weight!!!!! But I'm trying to see the bright side of this.. If I train with this weight, I'll become very strong once I lose them annoying fats!!!!!!!!!!!!! \(^^)/ These are some pics from my intensive training. I did traverse with all the quick draws for almost half an hour.. I finally gave up because it was extremely heavy!!!!

And the other one is my bag hanged at the discovery wall.. I have to lead climb a route that go side way and I actually didn't reach the top. Just until the 6th panel. My friend rescued my bag for me hehe

4. New friends (^^)

I've heard this saying that sort of say it doesn't matter how many friends you make, what matters are the true ones. Okay, I agree with the last part that true friend matters, but having lots of friends from various walks of life also matters actually. I've been making friends with a lot of people since I left UIA. Some are from my work place, some are from climbing, some are during my travel. Though mostly are just brief conversations, but I think I gain a lot of info that I've never heard of about other professions, about countries around the world, activities they did, things they saw etc etc.. And I think that's why I'm so inspired to travel these days \(^^)/

That's all! Yosh!!!!

The things to look forward to is in 3 weeks (^^) can't wait!!!!!!!!!!!!! Seriously!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thursday, March 1, 2012

The 'RASA DILINDUNGI' moments~

I really can't understand why some people just don't believe in God.. Don't they ever feel like '*Someone' is watching over them.. I have 2 stories to share; 1 of mine and the other is of my friend.

*Someone here does not refer to a person, that's why that comes with apostrophe


My parents are actually quite strict when I was a child but are much more lenient these days that I don't even have to ask for permission if I want to go somewhere (just inform) and I also don't have any curfew. So, that night was one of my regular night out. There was actually a grand dinner that ended at around 11pm and we decided to go for karaoke after that. We spent almost three hours singing on top of our lungs.

It was almost 1am when I suddenly feel like going to the washroom. I went alone since there were still quite a lot of people in that area because there is also a cinema there. When I stepped into the toilet, nobody was at the sink area. I noticed that the door of the first toilet was closed, the sign showed that it was occupied and I could hear the gurgling sound of water from inside. I stepped into the second toilet but then I sort of feel this weird hunch in my stomach; that kind of nudge that you usually have when riding thrill ride.. I don't know what made me moved to the last toilet instead.

I still have the weird feeling when I closed the door. My heart beat was faster. Suddenly the gurgling sound of water just stop. I heard the sound of a door being opened but I didn't hear the sound of the front door being closed because when I went in, the front door just slam shut by itself and give out a very loud noise.

I can feel something was not right. I looked at the small opening below the door and saw a shadow on the floor. I tried to remain calm and said to myself maybe I was just being paranoid.. And not long after that, I saw a pair of eyes peeking through that small opening! It was a guy!!!!!!!!

I just froze there; shocked! I inhaled a deep breath and tried not to panic. I didn't have my handphone with me and there was nobody else in the toilet and I was in the last toilet which means screaming won't help much because the toilet's location itself is already isolated. I thought that if I scream it would scare the guy and he might just break the toilet door open and kill me.. So I remain silent inside, grabbed the pail as my only weapon. I waited and prayed..

He prod the toilet door a few times and waited silently too. 15 minutes past.. I was still praying inside and hoping for my friends to notice that I've been gone for too long. Suddenly I heard the loud sound of the front door slam shut followed by female voices.

"Alhamdulillah.." I thought. Somebody finally came

I heard them exclaiming something; most probably surprised to see a man inside a ladies toilet. When I think it was safe, I quickly rush out without saying a word, trembling with fear at the same time relieved and grateful that I was safe.. I glanced a the first toilet on my way out and saw a pair of boots! He actually took off his boots so that I can't hear his footsteps!!!!!!

The incident hovered on my mind for many days. I wonder why had I had that hunch.. How come I can sense the danger when actually nothing was unusual when I stepped into the toilet.. I thought, if I hadn't had that hunch, I won't be alert of that shadow on the floor, that someone was waiting for his prey outside. I could have walked out nonchalantly and grabbed by him.. Allah protected me that night...


I was sitting alone in a food court, enjoying a very creamy lasagna when I suddenly remember the phone vibration that I felt from inside my bag when I was on the LRT. I dug inside my bag, took my phone out and saw 3 missed calls from M displayed on the phone screen. I dialed M's number; rather curious why she called me so many times.

GG: Hello, M. Knp ko call?
M: GG!!!! *happy voice* ko katne??
GG: Makan kat klcc..
M: Dengan sape??
GG: Sorang.. Kenape ko call?
M: Cube ko teke ape jadi kat aku??
GG: Heh?? Ape jadi kat ko??
M: Cube teke
GG: Mane la aku tau ape jadi kat ko!!
M: Aku accident!!! *sounding so jolly*
GG: Astaghfirullahalazim! What da...?? OIT!!!!!!!! Ko happy ni apesal??

Then she start telling me the whole story. Actually, she just finish crying so that was why she sound so happy; just to relieve herself that is. She told me she was driving quite slow (for her standard (-_-")) because it was raining. She was on the right lane; the fast lane ((-_-") FAST lane.. but SLOW?? Sukar dipercayai :P). She was at a corner when she suddenly lost control of her car and the car start to spin and swerve to the left lane and finally hit a LONG trailer. Specifically, it was the driver's side that hit the trailer!!!! Luckily, she was alright. Not a single scratch on her body but her car was not unscathed. She said her car 'suffered' some dents but when I saw the picture there were large dents ok! And her back bumper was damaged quite badly!

She told me "Aku rase dilindugi weyh~" I think so too. Not many survive in a collision with a trailer..

Actually I have another 'Rasa dilindungi' moment during the accident in 2006. The time when the attendant in the ambulance said to me, "Awak tau tak, kamu berdua ni la yang pertama saya bawa hidup2 dari terowong ni," but that's a long story so I just take the recent ones hehe

Have you ever had your 'rasa dilindungi' moments? I guess, most of us might have at least one.. It's that moment when you feel you are protected. That moment when you feel you're given another chance. That moment when you feel you're given more time to fulfill your obligations here on earth.. That moment when you feel there's more to life than just that boring routine you use to have.. and there are more that you haven't seen at other parts of the world...

(ok ayat last x bole blah kn :p)

Monday, February 27, 2012

Beijing Trip.. So~ SO~ laaaa

13-17 February 2012

Don't you just hate it when you waited for months for something to come by and when it's finally there, the time just fly so fast and all you can say when someone asked you about your trip is "So.. so.. la"

This is actually my first trip with a travel agent and I swear this is my LAST one too. Yes, I swear.. Unless my family insist, then I'll be trapped in another one.. But if it's me, I won't opt for a travelling agent. Before I go to the good side of the trip, let me tell you what I don't like about it first..

1. I have to travel with senior citizens...

2. We had a full list of tourism places but when the time comes, we actually spent too little time in those places and stuck in those boring factories half of the day or we just see the place from the bus window from faraway~ DEM! hate that the most!

3. We were lodged in a hotel too far away from the town area

4. We had a better supply for food than in Bali but ironically this sort of spoil my mood because it was the same food throughout the 5 days!!! In Bali, though it was hard to find food, that doesn't really spoil your vacation...

5. You don't get to meet other travelers because you're stuck in your group.. Hate that a lot too..

I don't want to talk about the factories that we visited because it just annoys me to remember that. Here are some pictures from the 5 days trip

The famous Forbidden City. Guess what, we didn't get to explore this amazing place and just walk in straight line in 30 minutes. That's from the entrance to the exit.. Damn! Sakit hati~

We did took some pictures inside but very few. I know there's more to this place than this dried garden (-_-")

The Great Wall of China
The best part of this trip.. Was so excited to finally witness and step on this man-made marvel.

The mountains that surrounds the Great Wall. All are brownish because of winter

The Summer Palace

We were only here for 30 minutes so just pictures by the lake. It was so cold when the wind pass.. I thought I was going to have frost bite!

All in all, I only enjoy this trip because I went with wonderful people like Mida, Ray and Syazana.. The rest of it.. Huh! dislike..

Monday, February 6, 2012

Hello Normal Life (^^)

Wow.. Only two posts in January?? That's just weird~Hee

Well, I've been busy setting up my new business and Alhamdulillah I think right now everything seem to be under control. Who says being your own boss is easy??? Nope!! Not at all.. I spent sleepless nights making plans, searching for potential suppliers, calculating, estimating and finally taking the risk by executing it all.

For the past few weeks my routine has been changing but I guess now that everything is under control, I'm looking forward to regain the normalcy. For the past few weeks, it was all about adapting to the business; like receiving the stocks, logistics, making records, deleting the records because it was just not efficient enough and more and more of the boring adult stuff.. even the book I read changed... hahaha

I'm not perticularly aiming to be rich.. I just need some extra cash for my travelling hehe (^^)v This book is just to get motivation. It's really hard you know to put all your money on something that doesn't guarantee return. There's a huge possibility not to get any return or revenue if you plan wrongly or don't work hard enough. Negative thoughts did rung in my ears for many days but then I just shooed them away and start makin payments to suppliers and voilla!!!!!!! The whole thing begin!!!!!!!!!

So here I reveal to you my business blog... (^^) We are going to register with SSM soon, inshaAllah..

I didn't promote this earlier because my face was everywhere in the blog before I got the manequin hehe malu bhaaa~ Hilang macho I~

So.. that's it for now.. Just some update about what's happening in my life that I'd abandon this beloved blog of mine. So I can cross one of my 2012 resolution..

#5 Start a business