Friday, October 31, 2008

Quick Update : Bidor

Dry season is back, again! Every year, the dry spell will be made worse by fog and dusts from forest fire in the neighboring country. People fall sick easily. Drink lots of fluid. Take care, everybody! (It's final examination season~)

I took this photo with my lousy hand phone camera nearby Malim Nawar.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Not Bad for A RM500 Purchase, After All

It has been a while since I last updated my blog. Been busy for my final semester in UTP. I can't wait to start a new life in KL!

Passed by Ipoh just now on the way back to Bidor. So I got my youngest brother a new phone, replacing his old Nokia-duno-wat-model that still looks fine. The old phone is having some trouble with the LCD screen. Surprisingly, the technician at the hand phone shop said that the old Nokia works fine on a post-paid SIM card, but not pre-paid SIM card. Anybody having the same problem before? Please share the remedial measure.

Not bad for a RM500 purchase, including 1GB M2 memory card. The sound quality is good, and picture captured by the 2.0MP camera is clear.

Maybe it's time to get myself a new phone too! :)

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Cai Shen (God of Prosperity)

Five of us were on the way back from Ipoh hours ago when Kah Ling suddenly blurted out "2305 lagi..mesti strike today!" And we continued talking about lottery and 4-D for about 5 minutes before we stopped at Kg Bali traffic light. Maybe my data collection interupted the conversation, but never mind. 

I took a long shower after Ipoh trip because I am a self-declared germophobic guy. It's time to check my email for today's Pan Malaysia Pool draw result.

And this is what I got..

Though it's not the exact set of numbers (permutation bet can be made FYI), she might be the modern day, female version of Cai Shen!

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Hunting For Teluk Intan Chee Cheong Fun

Bidor is just another transitory town for KL dwellers. During the day, Bidor is quite a busy town where the traffic jam can be quite terrible, especially during festive seasons. At night, few would go out and only the Chinese kopitiam will be lively. Mamak? Oh no...I have had enough of mamak food at Tronoh.

Both me and Joanna felt so bored that we decided to travel to Teluk Intan to meet up with our mutual friend there. And we wish to try the famous "Chee Cheong Fun" too. (<==== This is our real motive, actually. Shhhhhhh! )

The famous Teluk Intan Leaning Tower

Thanks to our local Teluk Intan boy, Seang Yik, we had the best Chee Cheong Fun ever. Too bad, no pictures taken as I do not fancy taking pictures of food. I rather help myself with the good food served hot on the table.

However, don't pass the guilty verdict on me for not "tapao" for you. Let's go together next time! Don't worry coz' I know Teluk Intan road quite well.

p/s : Rojak Ah Chai is quite famous too.


Tonight, it feels just..

Be that as it may..
What do I want?

Perhaps a job posting that will bring me thousands of miles away from here.