Sorry for the lack of updates but anyhoos, here’s something to make this blog alive (temporarily)
Went to Sibu (mom’s kampung) during the school holiday and spent most of my time at my aunt’s having my mom and her siblings chit-chatting. I didn’t get to buy anything at all! Fine, I bought one pack of instant noodles (kolo mee pok because I am curious) and two keropoks…. Damn unhealthy I know.
I was laughing non-stop when I saw it and the passersby (who find nothing wrong with it) looked puzzled why I gila there. Too bad the bugger store was closed else maybe I can try to show you all the buggers they served. HAHAHAHHAHHA.
I didn’t noticed too until my cousin told me….
The reason behind is because flood occurs all the time in that area hence they built it this way. Tapi, could have built some steps also right?
My first meal in Sibu!
Seriously, awesome sea cucumber soup my aunt made! Knowing that I only get to drink that when I’m in Sibu, my aunt made it for me whenever she could and on my last night there, I drank 4 bowls of it! BLOATED!
DRAW ALL THE SEATING ARRANGEMENT back in our Form 5X day!
And yesterday my handsome and pretty friend from KL suddenly sent me a text telling me that they’re in Brunei and I terus zoomed and picked them up and toured them around. Finally they are convinced Brunei is not that ULU!
Him, suffering from occupational diseases trying to find the best angle, changing lenses and all sorts when taking photos. Oh ya, he’s the guy behind http://www.yenscreation.com/
Tling finding the kuehs interesting. Despite of living in Brunei for almost 20 years, the number of times Yen Kai been to BSB is less than 10 times, which kind of explain why he always thought of Brunei as “kampung” and “ulu”. He used to live in Sg. Liang and honestly, back in the days we (my batch) rarely traveled up BSB and were all super sakai.
Bah, the end.
Bah, the end.