Showing posts from May 30, 2010

Weekend in Serian

Have anyone been to Serian? When entering Serian town, you will be greeted by a big 'Durian' at the roundabout. 'Durian' in Serian has been very well known for decades, even until today.
What can we do here? While waiting for the other cousins to arrive, I decided to take a tour at the newsly built temple. There's no one there at the moment, except for the keeper.
I must say, I am well amazed at the statue there. It is so nicely done. Although I do not know what's each and every statue meant, but I know it symbolize some meaning.
Staircase to 'heaven'

At the side of the entrance, there's this cute little animal chair. At the middle, I guess this is their offering table.
Beside each door, you will see a wall with dragons. I love this one and even now, I'm still wondering how they could craft out something like this.

The weather at that time is very calming. With the nice environment, where I could view part of Serian, I think I can just go on day …

Gawai Sales

Yeah, you don't have to remind me. I know that I've been shopping a lot lately but can't help it. I've been quite stress for sometimes and shopping is the only getaway for now. Hahaha!!

OKOK, went to Kenyalang last weekend and I saw that they have sales for the last pair. Thank God that the last pair are all small size, not BIG size. Well, actually I have been going all round Kuching, looking for a decent office wear but couldn't get any that fits my legs. It appears that the smallest size is still big for me. Shesssh!!

So, since there's sales and it fits me, I decide to get it. RM39.90 but now is RM19.

While choosing the office wear, I saw this shoes, also RM39.90 but now is RM19.

And BF bought me a wallet. Lately, I've been attached with pink colors stuff (pink lunch box, pink hairclip, pink shoes and pink wallet) .. kekeke...

Shopping anyone?

Selamat Hari Gawai a.k.a Gayu Guru Gerai Nyamai

Greetings from Kuching, Sarawak!!
To everyone out there, HAPPY GAWAI!!!
The only thing that I remember about Gawai is food, food and more foods. Not only that, this would involves a lot of drinking session.
I still remember last year, when I follow BF to celebrate Gawai at his colleague's house. They would pass around a glass containing alcoholic drinks (such as tuak, martini or whatsoever alcoholic drink). Each person must take a sips of it. BF is the helper as I don't really like to drink. Hahaha...
Anyway, SELAMAT HARI GAWAI and pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .. DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE!! If you are drunk, just stay overnight at your relatives/friends house until you come to your senses. Life is more important that drunk driving!

Malaysia Immigration - Apply for Passport

Little did I know that that our little country now is advancing and had improved a lot. I still remember that long time ago, when I had my passport done, I had to queue up A LOT of times: queue up to get the form, queue up to get numbers, queue up to get my passport application processed, queue up for payment and at the end, queue up to collect my passport.

I must say that the system now had improved a lot and for those who hardly go out during the lunch hour break but in need to apply for passport, you do not have to worry much now.
First, there's no need to queue up to get the form. You can just go to this website and print out the forms. Bear in mind to print double sided.

Then, after filling the form, simply go there to get your applications processed. The best part here is we don't have to waste our annual leave just to go there anymore!! Immigration for passport application is now open every Saturday and Sunday (I think half day until 1.00pm). I save 1 day of my leave (ha…