Moving out from a big city KL to another small town in the South, way far from home was not done without considerable thought, but the truth is that in terms of career enhancement, it absolutely makes the most sense. And here I am, writing a new chapter from my new place, trying to catch up what I've missed out on this blog since.. last year? Hmm.. Let see how it goes.
It was really unplanned, for me at least, since I had couples of time insisted not to go. I even cried to my mom and my sisters! A super short visit to Jakarta for an important event.
Again, last minute MAS Airlines return tickets were finally booked, with mixed feelings, I'd to go.
We arrived at the airport around 1 p.m. Later we were brought straight away to Tamrin City Mall. Crowded roads, crowded with vehicles, crowded with people. And we had more less 2 hours to shop for everything.
Since it was not enough time to shop (which I didn't bother to do anyway), the next day we went to Tanah Abang and this time we bought more, especially since Raya celebration is coming soon. At 1 p.m. we came back to the hotel and get ready for the real purpose of coming to Jakarta; attending a wedding.
The next day I'd to catch up my flight alone at 9.40 a.m., while the others at 11.40 a.m. As I arrived at KLIA, I asked Petot to fetch me at KL Central with banner and teddy bear, and she came out with this. Hahaa, fine. Still cute thou.
Well, I am really glad its over and back in KL. No more sinetrons, no more fake smiles. Later Petot and I went to Shah Alam for Ayam Penyet and Cuppa Teh Tarik. Gossiping, and a super looooooooong rant. P.s. Again, I don't bother to take photos, and didn't even bring camera with me. Travelling without camera is so not me. P.s.p.s. Glad that there are still some people who want to hear my concerns and comfort me in many ways, including him :)
"the Earth has music for those who listen" - George Santayana
I am never a big fan of cinemas, malls, karaoke boxes, and bowling allies. In fact, especially nowadays, gardens, lakes, jungles, mountains, any places to do with nature simply capture my heart. Perhaps it is one of the signs of AGING. sobs.
But I really enjoyed the nature when I was in Germany. Perfect weather together with the perfect loved ones. Hehee But to do this activity in Malaysia sounds pretty crazy idea, I know. Hot, yes, sooooo hot! I often came here to jog at the evening back then. I never walked through out the garden and enjoy the scenery. But lately we often took the chance, normally around 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., to have a quick picnic with book (and gossips); sometimes coffee and sometimes tea, sometimes Nasi Lemak and sometimes something I baked the day before such as Cinnamon Roll and Chocolate Fudge Brownies. *Yumm, craving for it now, ohh I need to bake something sweet tomorrow. It was nice, but still, nothing to compare when I am with him. Hahaa sorry Petot! P.s. Museums, exhibitions, concerts, theaters are my things too. Yes, museums! P.s.p.s. The last photo, die Architektur. I got captivated by the sunlight coming through from top structure and created those lovely shadows. And just because it got something to do with him ;)
Because what I wore that day was not suitable for any adventurous activities. And because I didn't bring along my camera with me.
I'd been studying in Shah Alam for many years and heard a lot about cycling and the 'Rumah 4 Musim' from my friends, but never once I visited here. Should come with proper attires and join the activities next time! When the weather is fine. One fine day. I hope. We'll see. P.s. but not interested with 'Rumah 4 Musim' thou. Heehe