Saturday, November 26, 2011

My 1st time

Dear all. I’ve been neglecting my blog for some time because I really do not have anything to blog about. After accumulating pictures for 1 month, I can finally combine everything into 1 short post.

This is just a very brief post regarding my life. If you are not interested in my life, you can just click on the top right red color “x” button. No one is forcing you to read my post. =) for all the haters out there, the more you hate me, the stronger I get, so remember that.

Referring back to my blog title, it’s about all my ‘first time’. please don’t think other wise. As I am a fresh graduate, there are a lot of things that I still need to learn and handle. Either mentally or physically, but I’m doing fine, lonely at times, but still holding on.

My first official working dayIMG113

My first official working passIMG128

First press conference attire. IMG142

First time putting teddie in a mcD box. (she’s not liking this)IMG154

First time waking up with teddie lying next to me (pure happiness Smile)IMG156

First conference IMG165

First time driving in such heavy rain. IMG172

First bulldog book mark that I made myselfIMG206

First time in “yuen” steamboat after listening to many reviews. IMG209

First exhibition that was handled by me. IMG216

First official exhibitor badge from gov body.IMG221

First take away mcD dinner at home alone. #foreveraloneIMG230

And of course, last but not least,

First official working table. IMG231

Just a small update on my life for those that are interested to know about. Will try to update a little more. But for now, I’m signing off with <3IMG242

Till then,

Au revoir

Monday, November 7, 2011

Gold Coast: Sun, Beach & Winter

Alright! Let me get started with my Gold Coast post *roll up sleeves*. Gold Coast is actually quite a lovely place, with sun, beach, seagulls, bikini gals, hunks. However I did not entirely enjoy myself there due to rain+the fact that it’s still winter. So no bikini shots from me nor did I swim. I was down with a bad flu and light fever. Sist still went on surfing and I had to forgo because I don’t want to die in the plane (was going to fly back in 2 days). None the less, there are still some “average” shots from Gold Coast, so enjoy. Smile


The 50s’ Bond Girl.. DSC_2128

Trust me, it’s not as hot as you think it is. Once you are in the shadow, you’ll shiver. DSC_2130

80s’ bond girl DSC_2132


Boy, what are you looking at? DSC_2148



No bikini shot but there’s still me. :DDSC_2173

There’s no sea monster la, no need to stare at the sea for so long la.. DSC_2187

That basically reps up for things in Australia. Thank you for tuning all these time. Smile I hope you enjoyed my post on Australia. I will find more things to post on later on. Leading a boring working life at the moment, so I’ll keep my fingers crossed.


Till then,

Au revoir

Monday, October 31, 2011

I’m still alive

Just to let you all know, I’m still alive. Very very much alive, sorry to disappoint some of you. On the sunny side up, I’m currently working in KL and using all my strength to adapt to the new lifestyle here. Not complaining k? Just adapting. Photos are lacking from my blog lately, and I know my Gold Coast post is still pending. I’m so sorry everyone, I promise I’ll do a blog post in these 2 days. =) it’s a promise. Don’t worry. So before that, let me share some of the photos that I think it’s worth looking twice.

Shots are taken from Australia.


One of my fav shot. DSC_1727





Last but not least, the iconic Australian Kangaroo!


Till then,

Au revoir

Saturday, October 15, 2011

After 4 long years.

I know I’ve been taking a long long breather from blogging, but I swear I did it for a reason ok? I’ve been travelling. As in A LOT. Before you get all “you’re so rich attitude” with me, I’m just travelling around Malaysia and it’s not for leisure purposes. Sunny side up, I’m no longer unemployed. Open-mouthed smile Will be starting my first official job really really really SOON! This is part of the reason for me going up and down between KL and Seremban. Went for medical check up, to hunt for a room, to buy furniture and so forth. After that down to Melaka to have a small getaway with Mr.Rabbit as we haven’t been meeting each other for almost 2 months. It was a tiring getaway but it was worth every single moment of it.

Oh!! And and and!!! I’m officially a graduate. :D are you people proud of me? I know it’s not hard obtaining a degree in Business Administration (for most of you out there), but it was a little struggle for me as there are times where I really wanted to give up. However thanks for 1 peculiar person, I’ve made it. I wouldn’t have made it without the support of this very special person. Which is my mum. Let me take every reader’s time to Thank you and say that you are truly 1 amazing rugged MOM.

All proud and happy. DSC_4276

4 years, I’ve been in MMU, been through ups and downs, hell and heaven, you name it, I’ve been through it. One very big role of MMU is making me even more independent.

I did not managed to take much photos with my friends as I was helping Rabbit with his convo shot, and till now I’m still helping him with editing of photos. I guess that’s the responsibility of being a “photographer’s gf” isn’t it? Pay attention on the “ ”, I’m not saying that he is the best okay? None the less, I still adore his skills.

Managed to snap a few with my mum before I got off helping Rabbit.



Classic throwing hat routine. Too bad it wasn’t with a bunch of friends. That’s alright, I believe I would still have the chance. In the near future I hope. Smile DSC_2208

I’ve did it.

I can finally say this. Shame on those that think I couldn’t make it in the end. PROVE YOU, YOU & YOU ALL WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Till then,

Au revoir

Friday, September 30, 2011

Opera, Mountains and Family 2


What’s the stadium on above? It’s the Olympic stadium! The Olympic was held in Australia on year 2000.


You may ask what are these poles. Each and every pole is engraved with names. Who’s name? no, not the gold medal holders. It’s the names of all the volunteers helped in the Olympic. There are thousands of names on those poles.

Found a few that share the same surname as I do. *temporary glory*DSC_1784


After some light refreshment, we headed off to Blue Mountains. Why is it call Blue Mountains? Is it because it’s blue in color? Well, quite true, only that the mountain itself is not blue in color. Blue mountains has a lot of Eucalyptus tree, and when the sunlight hits on the leaf, it will release a type of gas that is blue in color, therefore creating the illusion as if the whole stretch of mountains is blue in color. Eucalyptus is eaten mainly by Koala. Koalas are very picky eaters, so this plant is their main source of food.


If you look closely at the photo, you can actually see it’s an engraving. It’s a kangaroo with a spear to it’s heart. This is one of the many aboriginal site in Australia. There are many more that has yet to be found as the aboriginal are very protective towards their culture. Aboriginal is something like Orang Asli in Malaysia.

And this, is Blue Mountain. See all the blue spread around the mountains? DSC_1800


There are no transportation inside, the only way to explore is by jungle tracking. Look at mum, the tense look on her face as the road is really muddy and slippery due to days of raining around this area. DSC_1810



The blue family in Blue Mountains. Open-mouthed smile


Me trying to tell mum to be careful. LOLDSCN4727

Natural waterfall. Not man made. DSC_1872


The whole time when we were tracking, I can’t stop humming the theme song from “Indiana Jones”. There are times that we have to practically stick to the rocks just to get to another side. *tum tum tum tum, tum tum tum*. You get what I mean RIGHT??? Just in case you don’t know, here’s the song!

We didn’t go on the cable car as we have to pay extra 25AUD each. DSC_1901

Poor mum. All exhausted.DSC_1904


M still humming the theme song.

Oops, got dust at the lens. Can’t be bothered to edit. DSC_1923


Can’t keep my eyes open due to the sunlight. Look like crap, but on the good side I have good skin and sparkling teeth! DSC_1927


What is wrong with the Mat Salleh and their naked statues? DSC_1931

I purposely put Sist and Mum out of focus so that you can focus on the 3 sisters. DSC_1940

Did not get a good shoot of the 3 sisters as we did not pay extra to see it. So there you have it. If you still don’t know what is the 3 sisters, just Google it! That’s all from Blue Mountains, we headed off to Flat Rock after that and it is breath taking and SCARY! You will know why soon.


Look pretty much like a moon surface isn’t it? There are no railings or anything for you to hold on if you drop. DSC_1946

Sister trying to get a closer look but terrified at the same time so she has to practically crawl out. DSC_1948

Breath taking isn’t it? Not the HUMAN! The scenery! DSC_1953


See how both of us stand in the same spot? Funny when you go through it from the camera.

Fluffy dog! But smelly too, I suspect the owner did not bath the dog. They have 3 btw. DSC_1960

Sist’s shot. DSC_1961

My shot. DSCN4792

Mum was too scare to do it, so she was standing behind and kept saying to be careful, so much so telling the rest of the tour mates to be careful. HAHAHAHAHHA. Come till Australia also want to nag people.

The tour ended with a cruise but I did not take any good shot so m not going to upload it over here. Wrapping up for the one day tour, we went to Paddy’s Market the following day before flying off to Gold Coast. We’re coming to an end in our blog post. Sad smile are you sad or happy? Am definitely sad.

Fatty eating again. LOLDSC_2078


To be brief, Paddy’s Market is something like our Petaling Street. With loads and loads of counterfeit products; and not to mention loads and loads of Asians.


Nothing much to take in the market as everything looks the same. Headed off to one of the nearby market to have our picnic again. Yes. We packed our own food again.







Interesting Design. DSC_2097

Spot me? DSCN4827

Sist said I look like a Mafia cos all the small kids were following me. It was like “Kids! We are going to kill someone today, follow me!”DSCN4828


Lunch break! “What should we have today? Salmon? Perhaps some steak?” DSC_2102

It’s good being a kid. So relaxing. Chase birds and do nothing else. DSC_2110

Guess what? I’m done with my post of SYDNEY! I have one last post on Gold Coast. It’s going to be a short one. So stay tune k?

Till then,

Au revoir

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