Monday, December 31, 2007

The curtains closes on 2007.

Came back on Thursday. Here are some shots.

It was a great vacation, to sum it up.

But its good to be back. I miss my bed and the food here, not to mention the people too. From now on, late night mamak sessions will not be taken for granted.

Since I came back, most of my time is spent with the ol' gang, doing what we do best. Crapping.

How time flies like an arrow. The curtain are closing on 2007. Only today is left. The last day of 2007.

And I don't feel prepared to end the year. I don't know why. And neither do I feel prepared for 2008. My upcoming Maths paper this Thursday might be partly to blame.

Anyway, I just wanna take this opportunity to wish everyone a Happy New Year. May 2008 bring joy and blessings to all. Same ol' wish, every year. The only thing that changes is the year. Haha.

This is also the last post of this year.

Friday, December 21, 2007

Melbourne, And now Canberra.

Firstly, its cold. Supposedly to be summer, but still cold. Seems like New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland are experiencing similiar weather conditions. Hell, its even hailstorming in Sydney. Wth.


Anyway, I arrived here at Canberra at about 4pm local time. The journey mostly sucked, cuz I was pretty much stuck at the back seat, either sleeping or just staring out of the window seeing mountain ranges, plains, vast meadows and grasslands and endless livestock, not to mention wild kangaroos too. Picturesque, but boring after 2 hours. There was the occasional roadkill here and there too, comprising of echidnas, wombats, hares and even a kangaroo. Sad.

Melbourne was awesome. Was there for a week. Stayed at some Country Club, which was a 30mins drive away from the city. Heh, we even went to church on Sunday. See, you must never forget God no matter where you are. =) Went to FGA Melbourne. The church members are mostly Malaysians, duh.

Met Chara there too. It was great catching up on stuff with you. Ritz Carlton, hm? Lets not go there. Hehe. Anyway, it was good to see you too, Serene. Damn, Stanley has slimmed so much. I also saw Roger and John there too, my primary school classmates. But didn't get a chance to talk to them after service. Pity.

Blogging here at some cafe outside the place we're staying. Its raining outside, bringing no comfort to the already cold weather. And I was smart enough not to bring a windbreaker.

Anyway, I'll be here in Canberra for a day only. Will be heading off to Sydney tomorrow after touring the city centre.

To Benjamin Ong. Mr future engineer. Lol. May you have a great year in the States, dude. Learn everything you can, cuz it may be valuable someday, you'll never know. And also know and believe that God will help you through, no matter what the circumstance may be. He will not let you down. All the best in your future undertakings, and may the Daddy Up There bless you richly, above all that you can ever ask Him for. Do your devotions yah. =) You've indeed touched many lives around you, eventhough you might not have noticed. And yea, earn big bucks k. Haha. Anyway, you take care of yourself, bro. Godspeed.

And you are in my thoughts everyday.

Friday, December 14, 2007

Down Under.

Just arrived at my uncle's residence in Melbourne. Flew in from Gold Coast about 45 minutes ago.

Its summer over here. But the weather is quite chilly, even with the sun in full glory during the day.

I am badly sunburned, after spending a week of sun, sea and sands. And surfing too.

Anyway, gotta go for dinner now. Will update whenever I can.

Missing the good ol' cg gang. You guys have a smashin time at coll camp yah!

But I miss you the most. You are so loved.

Wednesday, December 5, 2007


My finals are over.

Let the games begin. =)

Downside is, I've got to re-sit the Friday's Maths paper that I'll be missing.

And the confirmed date is 3rd January 2008. Oh well.

And I've finally moved out my uni hostel. Staying out of campus for the next semester, with a happenin bunch of monkeys as housemates.

Woohoo... (not because they're monkeys, but because they're happenin.)