it got too confusing to choose what to write where, so I've merged all my blogs!
simplify. seemed like such a good idea to separate stuff when I first started! ha.
everything's on here now :)
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
It was her birthday on the 15th. She would have been 102.
My darling cousin scanned this picture and put it up on facebook! So lovely of her, otherwise, this picture would remain in memory only. Now I have a digital copy! Technology is so cool!
This beach in Kijal is one the prettiest beaches on the east coast of Peninsula Malaysia. I've been here four times already, maybe, in the space of a few months.
I always see something different each time I go. This time it's a mom and her three kids frolicking in the (extremely hot) sun.
One time we went, we went by motorbike. We parked the bike and went off to take photographs. When we returned an hour or so later, one of our helmets, that we'd left dangling on the bike, had been taken. All that was left was the strap. That was a nasty surprise.
Another time we went, there were mats and mats of fish being laid out under the sun to be dried. Dried salted fish! Yummm! Didn't smell too good at the time though.
Yep, something different each time. Can't wait to come back here again!!!
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Such a curious tortoise! He stuck his head out, staring, staring, him at me, me at him, in total silence, until I had to fill the growing uncomfortable silence with mindless chatter. And he continued staring.
You can say hi to him too at the National Science Center in Kuala Lumpur.
Saturday, February 6, 2010
I love the beach. When there is no one else around. Well okay, not completely empty. Maybe just another soul per square 40000 meters. Yes.
And be the first one to make footprints on the sand. Yes!
I've been to this coastline at least five times now. And love it even more everytime. :)
This particular beach is Cherating. Quite famous. Not sure why. Because there are other more beautiful (imo) beaches along this coast! Okay, it's easy to fall in love with this beach. But wait till you see the other beaches. And I mean wowowowow. :)
Friday, February 5, 2010
Last November, we went 'wat-hopping', saw more wats than I ever had in a day and probably in a long time too.
This image of Budhha can be found in Wat Photivihan in Kelantan. Okay, I will say it, a Malaysian state steeped in historical and cultural heritage dating back to, possibly even earlier, the Srivijayan Empire in 3BC.
But really, we were surprised by the gems we found in Kelantan. Looking forward to another trip in March. Hopefully.