Here is the Part 2 of what happened in Pulau Pangkor during our retreat. The last post covers more on the Walls and the History; and now – how can Pulau Pangkor posts be without the beach right?
So, here is an afternoon at the beach. A very interesting afternoon indeed. (minus the sexy backs)
Now, the pictures were in order. But I did not wanna flood my blog with too many photos. So, here is a fast forward. We took quite some time to catch her though.
Here we go, see the act? 😛
Finally, legs, hands all being held out; while she screams and yell! 😛
Yes, we were mean! 😛
I was not skating or anything like that; I was just caught candid running away from the waves. Looks like I was skating right?
I think this was a fail jumpshot. Okay, bye bye Pulau Pangkor! It was one of the memorable trips I had. Lovin’ it.
I owed my blog a long awaited post on my (many months) ago Pangkor Trip. Yeah, I went to Pangkor with a bunch of fun people. We reached Lumut and took a ferry over to Pangkor.
Pictures tells you the words okay? 😛
Stay tune for Part 2 tomorrow; all water-y posts!
I managed to catch some time out of my busy schedule to watch “The Karate Kid”. I know I am a little late; and I rarely do Movie Reviews anyways. I promise you no spoilers.
This (2010) is the remake version of the same show in 1984. Apparently, my dad said that the story line is 80% the same; but I ain’t sure. I didn’t watch the old one.
The story line of the movie revolves around twelve-year-old Dre Parker played by Smith, who is forced to relocate to Beijing with his single mother (Taraji P. Henson). He is rescued from the school bullies by Mr. Han (Jackie Chan), with aid of martial arts. Dre is finally tutored by Han, making him an expert in martial arts, including kung fu.
It was a little too draggy or too long; I’d say but it has many things one could learn from this simple movie. It was a little humourous too at certain parts especially with some of the sarcasm shown by Dre.
Nevertheless, I still think it’s a movie worth watching. It would receive a rating of maybe 8.5/10?
Here is the Trailer (I am still unsure if this is the official trailer; I am too tired)
Just a while (months) ago; we went to celebrate Nicholas Khaw’s Birthday at Quan’s Ice Cream and Coffee House.
Since connection is bad; and I managed to upload only the below pictures, please appreciate and comment okie? 😛
I am at this place called Port Dickson.
By the time you read this, I am already at Le Paris Resorts and Hotel in Port Dickson for my church’s youth camp. With over 90 over campers at Port Dickson, is set to be a fantastic camp ahead! Do check back my blog for more updates as I would hope to broadcast live from Port Dickson.
Some pictures below to make you envious! =P I am always bad 😛
See y’all folks in KL soon okie? I’ll be back on Thursday.
I was just pondering on whats there to update on my blog – something short, simple and eye-catching. Yes, I have many (super many) pending posts since I stopped blogging for few months. I will do so when my mood catches on me.
So, I decided to write on something “more about me”; just in case my About Me on top of the blog did not catch your attention. I have a confession to make – I like kids; or perhaps how many aunties at church would say, i somehow have fate with kids.
Most of them are just so glued to me and it’s really cool. If you check on my Facebook, you’d see many pictures of the tagline “Father in the Making”. I guess the heart of kids has come about since my sister came into this world just about 11 years ago.
Just let me sum the whole posts below with some experiences with some kids.
Being a youth myself, (yes, unbelievable right? :P) I went to Malaysia’s Largest Youth Festival ignited by Celcom. It was held on the 28th-30th May 2010 at Putra World Trade Center.
What is YOUTH’10 all about?
Basically YOUTH’10 is a gathering of youths all over the country to have fun – to see, to join, to hear, to do, to buy, to play and more. I am grateful and thankful that I managed to get the RM 20 worth ticket from YouthSays.com for the 3 days. But I only went on Sunday after Church with Jiahuei, Nicholas Pang, Lilian Lim.
“Alvin Kok thinks he might sit at the corner, sulk and cry if he doesn’t get the Urbanscapes tickets; and that would make KL flooded once again”