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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Broga Hill, Semenyih: 29.01.2011

My friend was thinking about the future?

Finally, I was at the top of Broga Hill, Semenyih after my first plan on November 2010. If you had read in my earlier entry (My Weekend Plan) , it had to be cancelled due to heavy rains and causing us all feel a little disappointed. But today it was paid off! 

We start climbing the beautiful hill at 5.45AM and arrived at the top at 6.45AM. It took an hour to arrive as there are so many people also taking the chance to climb on that day. Sometime we had to stop and give way for the people that are going down. By the way, bring your torchlight together or you can buy from Aunty that already prepare with few choices for you to buy. The price range from RM5 to RM60. 

The early morning scene where many people are still dreaming at their best
Broga Hill is not that tough to hike and the hike is short too... However, never under estimate the mother nature. You still need a good stamina to take care of your knees and legs and also your body strength. Before you go for any hiking activity please make sure to do some stretching. It is advisable to get used with vigorous activities like sports and gym. My three times a week routine in gym really help me. 

The person that suppose to bring DSLR camera cannot join the climb due to family matters and at the same time time, unfortunately my small Olympus Digital Camera suddenly cannot function at all! So, just enjoy some low quality pictures captured from my iPhone.
A beautiful Tanglung is taking off... Heaven! Gud job guys!

Sceneries from the top

Me, Shikin, Akhemal & Krol

At Level 3, you are supposed to climb this rock up to Level 4. There was a rope for you to pull yourself up

Four peak to climb!

Park at your own risk. Pay RM2 to the landlord before go out :)
Going up is quite easy as your energy and stamina still at the maximum limit. The real challenge here is when you going down. You need to focus on the correct steps with strong knees. Otherwise you will slide down at certain few areas that relatively high and steep down. While stepping down, your knees sometime will start shaking or vibrating. If you feel so, please stop moving and take your rest. 

The items that you should bring:

1. A torchlight. Big is better but small one should be fine
2. Shoes which have good grips for hiking. Sneakers can be used but not recommended, though I saw few people wore Crocs / Sandals. Hmmm....
3. Fine material of T-shirt (such as football jerseys or Nike’s Dri-Fit) is recommended as those materials would allow sweat to evaporate faster than normal cotton shirts so that you wont feel heavy. 
4. Small towel for the sweaty hike..An extra shirt for a change when you heading back home..
5. If you are not a heavy drinker or don’t really sweat a lot, 1-litre of water is sufficient enough. Bear in mind they have no toilet up on the peak!
6. A windbreaker or jacket is optional as sometimes the weather can be quite windy up on the hill.

That's all for sharing :)

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Garbage collector with heart of gold

Garbage collector with heart of gold

Li sorting out the garbage she collected
Li sorting out the garbage she collected

Li Yukun has long passed her retirement age of 50 in China.
But the 64-year-old sanitary worker and garbage collector begged to keep her job because she has more than 10 students to support.
Since 1998, Li helped 15 students from poor families.
She also donated 100,000 yuan (RM46,439) to victims of the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake and to other charitable causes.
Kang (left) burst into tears in Li's arms when they meet in Wendeng walking street
Kang (left) burst into tears in Li's arms when they meet in Wendeng walking street

Kang Yujing is among students helped by Li. She had been receiving 1,000 yuan (RM464) from the kind-hearted grandmother yearly over the past four years.
After finding out the identity of her "angel", the Year Four undergraduate of Qufu Normal University decided to visit her.
When she saw Li sweeping the Wendeng street, Kang ran towards her and held her tightly.
She burst into tears, as she had never imagined that the money given to her was from such hard work.
"I had always thought that the philanthropist was a rich man called 'Uncle Li'."
Li counting her money before donating to a victim of the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake at a post office in Wendeng city
Li counting her money before donating to a victim of the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake at a post office in Wendeng city

Li, whose colleagues call "Iron Feet Li", has always spent all her money helping the poor and the underprivileged.
She leads a very simple life and lives in a crude home with an old donated TV set as the only appliance.
Wendeng's construction bureau gave her 50,000 yuan (RM23,220) for living expenses, but she has donated all of the money.
Li had also decided to donate her organs after death.

Source: Xinhua

Published Dec 27 2010

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Roaming Around Uptown D'Kota aka Uptown Kota Damansara

If you are planning to reduce your budget on your shopping, to get same good looking items, to voice out your singing talent, to treat your appetites, to smell the freshness of the fragrances, to feel the fluffiness of the squirrel and to meet with Mr Jebat, just go ahead straight to Uptown D'Kota, Kota Damansara. Also known as Uptown Kota Damansara actually is Located at Komplek Muhibbah, Jalan Teknologi, Section 3, Kota Damansara (estimated 4-5km from IKEA, THE CURVE, Tesco Mutiara Damansara) will definitely amaze you with the crowds during weekend and the price as well! It is open from 8PM to 4AM everyday.
Pic 1
With RM10, you may get so many things to bring home for someone special or for yourself as the prices may start as low as RM1 per item or lower than that! These goods are sold at a very reasonable price even you can use your bargaining skills to get the best price. My friend bought a really nice iPhone case with RM18 even the published price was RM22. If it is being sold at any mall, probably the price would be RM50
pic 2
While shopping, you may mingle with the exotic creatures. Some of them are a yellowish lazy python, cute baby squirrel, a group of an energetic hamsters and don’t forget to meet with Mr Jebat, a giant Iguana. With RM5, please do your best pose as you can hold and being shot with the python
pic 3
At Uptown D’Kota, Kota Damansara also, there are dozens of stalls selling various items such as clothing, accessories, pillows, jewelry, hardware, telecommunications equipment, perfumes, children's toys, health products, cosmetics and etc. If you want to try leech cupping (bekam lintah), you may get it from here too. As I said earlier, you can bargain for the best price.
pic 4
And not to forget, there is an opportunity to highlight your talent by participating in karaoke singing session in 'live' on public stage, which is located opposite of the food stalls. Visitors can choose from a variety of genres of music like rock, ballads, dangdut, and others.
 pic 5
While being entertain by the performers, everyone can enjoy their foods from the variety of food stalls selling a variety of food and drink. There is a lot of special menu from seafoods, Thai’s, Honey Chicken Wings, Westerns, steamboats, sate, nasi lemak and so on…

If you want to go there, please come early as the proper parking are so limited. But if you can’t, it is ok as you may park along the roads, around the bazaar. Compared to Uptown Danau Kota near Wangsa Maju, I would prefer and suggest you Uptown D’Kota, Kota Damansara. Reasons, it is not so big, not so crowded of people, variety of choices, easy parking and you may get it all here from entertainment, eating to shopping.

That is all guys! I’m planning to go there again on Monday night to buy some stuff. Meet you all there

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Vandalism: The Most Stupid Action



Block C Lift Lobby Apartment Lestari, Damansara Damai

Tuesday, January 18, 2011


Pretending to be strong...

Am I supposed to...

Monday, January 17, 2011

Original New Coach (come with dushbag) - RM 870.00 (Butic price RM1500.00)

I am so rattled that I'm not even sure how to start this post. I never use this kind of bag. My RM150  Dunlop backpack bought from Parkson few years back still in its best condition and really help me to pack all kind of stuff. This show how our life, man are so cool and not even complicated like woman.

Ok, this is Julia Op Art Scarf Print Tote by Coach and I want to let it go for someone that really adore the glamorous, the quality and the brand. This is the best price. Just drop by to any Coach Butic and you may find it was exhibited at the ridiculous price. To remind you, this is NEW and GENUINE bag. Why bother to pay more when you have the option to get the same Coach with the best price here. 
See below for the product description

BNWT Coach Julia Op Art Scarf Print Perry Tote 14970
  • Op Art Scarf Print Sateen fabric with glazed cowhide metallic silver trim
  • Inside zip pocket, cellphone and multifunction pockets
  • Ring to clip an accessory or keyfob
  • Lilac Sateen Fabric lining
  • Dogleash Closure
  • Double handles with 8 1/4” drop
  • 14 (L) x 16 (H) x 4 1/2 (W)

YM me or leave your message in the comment below :)

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Saturday: no plastic bag day

My bad. Always forget to bring one on my shopping day. RM0.20 cent burnt just for me to learn. Reuse your plastic bag to save our environment

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Thursday, January 13, 2011

My 2011 to do list

I just list it down and will try my best to achieve these :)

1. to clear my credit cards outstanding.
2. Car road tax an insurance renewal by June
3. To upgrade my car sport rim from 15" to 16"
4. car wax and polish (never done this before)
5. Going for holidays. Some of the places in my list to choose; KK, Kuching, Genting, Redang Island and Singapore.
6. 21 Led/lcd screen for my laptop
7. Looking for new housemate to fill in the empty room in my rented house
8. I wish to contribute in ibadah Korban dis year
9. PTPTN.... I need to continue paying back the money
10. I don't want to tick 'Single' in any offline or online form ;)

But all needs money.

...and because of that, I will try hard to generate more money this year.

That's all for sharing

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Monday, January 10, 2011

My Work Station

This is my cubicle captured using my new downloaded iPhone application, Camera Fun. I just love the result when using Sketch Effect!

In the picture you may see my lappy, deskphone, 2010 & 2011 calenders, my 5800 Nokia Express Music and watches. Quite messy :) lor... I do not like wearing watches while sitting and doing my task. Also do not like wearing shoes. So uncomfortable. The cubicle is big and comfort enough for an ordinary staff just like me. My working hours from 8.30AM to 6.00PM from Monday to Friday make this place is the second important place after my lovely bed. 
That's all for sharing :)

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Monday, January 3, 2011


When I Take a long time to finish,
I am slow,

When my boss takes a long time,

he is through

When I don't do it,

I am lazy,

When my boss does not do it,

he is busy,

When I do something without being told,

I am trying to
be smart,
When my boss does the same,

he takes the initiative,

When I please my boss,

I am apple polishing,

When my boss pleases his boss,

He is cooperating

When I make a mistake,

I' am an idiot.
When my boss makes a mistake,

He's only human.

When I am out of the office,

I am wondering around.

When my boss is out of the office,

He's on business.

When I am on a day off sick,

I am always sick.

When my boss is a day off sick,

He must be very ill.

When I apply for leave,

I must be going for an
interview .
When my boss applies for leave,

it's because he's overworked

When I
do good,
my boss never remembers,

When I do wrong,

he never forgets

what to do?????????????

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