“A divorce no more crushed my heart, in fact I'm glad it happened and I met my new sayang who is lifting up my spirit. I swim, bike, run because she says so. I trained like a mad man being whipped from behind. I compete because I always want to beat my sayang in the race. I have heroes and one of them is my sayang. I'm an athlete, but like nobody else.”... try to be funny ehhh???
Jalan-jalan cari makan in Kuching
Kuching Airport. Last visit was 4 years ago together with my kid Ian and it was still under construction at that time.
This is where I stayed The Basaga House
Seafood at BT Mata
Quite a lot for 3 people.
My host in Kuching. She’s a native Sarawakian.
Karaoke session after dinner. Believe it or not, all these ladies are ex-TKC.
My tourist guide was so hot and she has a cool car… hehehe
Orang Ulu main Sape at Waterfront
She was so excited to get her photo taken with him.
Brought back some of these form my new home
Kek Lapis Sarawak.
She took me to the best Ais Kacang & Laksa Sarawak
The Best Ais Kacang Kuching style
Authentic Laksa Sarawak…. so yummy!
Mee Belacan… I don’t like it :P
White Lady drink…. mix of everything. A bit too sweet for me.
Rojak buah Kuching style
At night, she took me to Satok for supper. I had Ais Jagung campur Laici…. power!!!
This is the best Mee Kolok in town!!! Only available after 10pm.
Thanks babe for being a great host.
Second round of Laksa Sarawak (2 bowls actually) before heading to Airport.
Time to go home. Bye bye Kuching. Will be there again for Rainforest Music Festival next year.
I have been dreaming of going for a honeymoon in Bali since the day I got married... I mean since my first marriage in 1999. But I never had a chance to go until the second marriage, although it was 16 months after the actual ceremony...hehe.
It was an impromptu action, Fiza decided to go and I just follow her along. She said, let it be a birthday treat for me. The place so beautiful, we had so much fun together there and we fell in love with each other all over again.
People said Nusa Penida is like Bali before it was commercialized. Not many tourists coming here, and to get to the tourist spots you have to ride a motorbike or car very far on the treacherous long winding bumpy road. If you never ride a motorcycle, it is not advisable to ride one here, better hire a driver. You also need to be physically fit to explore these places which involved hiking through dangerous steep slopes and stairs. But the view was breathtaking and you forgot all the struggles once you reached the spots…