Showing posts from September, 2011

Krabi, Ao Nang Buri Resort 2011


For some strange reason, the photos no longer appear on this post. I am uncertain what has happened to them, but I reckon it's a Blogger issue. For photos of this beautiful island, please check out my photos on FacebookHERE.

I’m sure almost all of you have visited Thailand, its islands or its cities. I love Thailand. I think it has an amazing personality as a country. Great people (no wonder it’s called Land of Smiles), everything is richly infused by Buddhism and in this case, I’d have to agree that it has gorgeous beaches.
Krabi (like Kota Kinabalu) is the city that connects everyone to its gorgeous beaches using speedboats. There are so many beaches linked to Krabi ; Ao Nang Beach, Railay Beach, Nopparathara Beach, Tubkhaak Beach, Phi Phi Beach, Koh Lanta and Trang to name a few. As you can see, with a WIDE range of beaches to choose from, Krabi is like a haven to beach lovers. Just fly down to Krabi, and you can pick which beaches to go to like …


I'm finally back online!

Been moving around quite a fair bit these past two months. Because I refuse to go online when I'm travelling, I ended up purging updates at one shot.

Here's the lo-down;

Last October my bestfriends and I bought tickets to Hong Kong and Macau just for the heck of it. So we planned it across the Malaysia Day holiday. But because I left my job way earlier than this trip, and that right after that I planned another one (Krabi, Thailand) just for me, my mum and sis solely to catch up on mum these two trips were spread out very closely together, leaving just about a week for rest.

Korea, well. Korea was a miss-communication. Sweetheart Swee, Whatsapp'd me last month whether I wanted to go Korea next year, and of course with no hesitation I said yes to her. But somewhere along the Whatsapp messages, she was actually referring to going Seoul next month, where her idol Rain (Bi) will be performing last before he's back in military for two years. Tic…

Macau 2011


It felt like from the movie The Hangover, the only difference was we remembered everything.

Jacqueline Rowena @ Jacqkie.

Dear "time",

It's been a while since I've actually sat down, breeze through and embrace you.

I've just spent at least 3 hours cleaning my old, and new home alone. And now, I'm seated comfortably at one of my favourite spot, right under my house's only air-conditioner where it's blowing shyly at me while massive TV infront playing Grey's Anatomy. I hate this show. It speaks so much of what you've been thinking that it leaves me bawling over a sentence at times. A damn sentence.

So fortunately, the past few weeks have been nothing but a blessing of absolute detachment from everything else and more so a discovery of all kinds of newness, thanks to you "time". It isn't easy to start all over again, especially when it comes to companionship. I've been away from home for 5 years now, while high school friends are always here, most of my close friends are half way around the world. Or at least hours flight away from me. That means, for now (just now) my p…