Life's like a flower, don't you think? If a flower never get any nourishment, it'll die eventually. Everyone has his/her own type of nourishment, be it family, love or friends. I think mine is started with the big letter "L". And I definitely need more of that.
I'm back! Sorry for the lack of update. Life's been quite busy and the main reason I haven't been posting any picture is because I failed to get any decent quality picture these days. I haven't been out for taking picture for quite a while. This photo was taken during my trip to Similajau National Park in Bintulu, Sarawak for jungle trekking. The beautiful plant scattering all over the jungle. Beautiful green it was..I think it's algae, no? Can anyone reckon it?
It was a good experience, indeed, as we had been walking in the jungle for 9 hours, 20 km long. By the time I came out from the jungle, I was totally relieved. I thought I will stuck there forever because it seemed like I'd been walking for 276548 km and still hadn't reached the finish line.
Feeling curious or wanting to know about your future? Well, you can get some rough picture of it by drawing a 20 cents out from your pocket and start shaking a handful of sticks with different numbering printed at the edge of each stick. A stick might drop up from the container while you're shaking it carefully. You should then check the number jotted on the stick and approach to this box to collect the paper of your number. You may have some hints by reading the "fortune cookies". Mostly, you may find this in a Chinese temple. Do you think it's too superstitious? I might say that sometimes it would be a good way of guiding you out when you're lost.
Note: Picture taken in a Chinese temple at Kuala Kubu Bharu.
It's time for everyone to participate in the monthly theme day again! This photo was taken during my trip to Tioman Island, a small island, 39 km long and 12 km wide, located off the east coast of peninsular Malaysia. Whilst our small speed boat was stopping by few jetty before reaching our final destination, I saw this guy sleeping on his small blue boat (I wasn't that sure if it's his boat).
Must be a nice short nap during a hot weather, I guess. ;)
There are 121 blogs in total participating in the November Theme Day. Do click on them and enjoy the "blue"! ;)
Having disappeared from DP community for more than one month, I want to apologize to everyone, sorry for not updating my blog on a regular basis or not leaving any commentary. I don't want to give any excuse on that but my life had been in a mess in the past month. It's a very long story to tell so I might just save up your time for reading up some boring problems that I've had, which will probably make me started to feel dejected.
A closer shot of the beca's wheel. Beca is a transportation back in old days. It is somewhat similar with bicycle but just that it has added with a 2-person seats in front of the bicycle. Now, beca is widely used especially at tourist spots in Melaka and Penang.
Hop in and let's enjoy the breeze!
Have you tried any kind of transportation similar with this before? I know you would probably tell me that it's bicycle :p
Sorry guys, I know this is a long overdue post!! The competition had ended 3 weeks ago and I have yet to edit the photos. Anyway, some of you might not know who's the winner yet. It's the Australian team, represented by Howards and Sons Pyrotechnics Pvt Ltd, they have won the inaugural Malaysia International Fireworks Competition (MIFC), beating three other teams - Malaysia, Japan and Italy. The theme of their fireworks display was "Aurora Australia".
The photo I posted previously was displayed by the Australia team. Whereas today I'm going to show you guys how the Japan team displayed their fireworks. Sad to say, there were times when I felt kind of boring in the earlier part of the show. But overall it was alright.
And the dazzling ending.
p/s: This is the last post about fireworks so you guys won't be bored by any photos from MIFC anymore. :P