All i ask and hope for 2017 is for me to be able to walk on the flower paths.. in everything i do.. be it with my career and my life as a whole... i wish everyone to walk on the flower paths as well.. to the flower we go!!!
And so the nervewrecking trip to NZ is over. During these 16 days, we experience the unexpected circumstances. It was hectic but fun at the same time. Therefore, i wish to share our adventure mainly on tips and advises. We flew to NZ on 19/10/2016 with AirAsia-X transited in Gold Coast Australia. Since it was transit, therefore no visa required to Australia. We landed in Auckland International Airport on 20/10/2016 at 4.30pm local times and directly to Apex Rental Car. Please be informed that our main transportation in NZ were car and motorhomes. Yes MOTORHOMES. We were a in a group of 4 and all ladies by the way. Our first destination is Matamata and our main reason is to visit the Hobbitton. Our first accommodation was Horse&Jockey in Matamata. It was quite far from Auckland and im the first driver. Honestly, i was quite shocked after finding out that NZ highway are 2 lane drives only and quite narrow compare to Malaysia. From my reading, the New Zealanders are adhere to their speed limit. Their maximum speed was 100 and if u drive more than that u can be fine by their authorities. However, i dont know whether the information was true or i was slow. I dont think their maximum speed on 100 km/h highway is 100. Its the opposite! If it said 100, we normally drive minimum 100. On our first day, i drove 90 at the 100km/h highway and i pretty sure they were mad at me for that. Please bear in mind that NZ highway is very narrow and curvy and i drove at night. And yeah they honking at me and giving hand 'gestures'. What to do, it was night and no street lights and it was quite dangerous for first time driver like me.I have to be extra careful.. (i kinda miss our road here in Malaysia hehe) sorry for those who find me annoying on the road that night but i pretty sure i drove 90 on 100km/h highway though (i checked it frequently to make sure i dont go overboard). So we arrive in Matamata late in the night. Unpacking, cleaning, reheating our ready made Brahim (it was very handy) then sleep as tomorrow the new day await...
Cliche Photo while boarding
Gegirls at Auckland International Airport.. just landed and still excaited
Walaupun saya bukan orang bandar, tapi saya juga bukan berasal dari pedalaman.. Seeing variety show on tv broadcasting the live in the remote countryside really fascinate me. Immediately a thought come to my mind "aaahhh i too was pampered while growing up" the memory of staying with my grandparents during holiday conjured up before me. Its not that hard but its fun.. We should stay with elders at the remote countryside to experience how life really is there. No cellphone, no internet.. Just u n nature.. If u want to eat veggies, pluck them urself, if u want to eat fish, then go fishing.. Wow.. Is there such place in Malaysia? For sure it is not in Labuan because its small and packed with peoples and surrounded by seas.. Im looking forward to it. Oh yes.. I did remember. In 2012 haha.. Uwaa.. The durians were just right behind the house. And i experience the floods there for the first time!!! Waaa... Got no line there and i have to stay still without making any major move just to maintain the 1 or 2 bar line on my phone.. For sure the food were more than enough there.. It was fun..
We are our own hero. No matter who u are, what u do in ur everyday life, u r the hero of your so call life. U r the main character in the God written world.. U r ur own drama, ur own life, ur own reality.. Everyone lives a challenging life.. A beautiful life, a happy life, a sweet n sour life.. Everyone have their own little story in this big big world.. I have my own, u have ur own... Be a hero u want it to be.. Be positive, be magical...
Last week, while having my usual morning rush hour to office, there was a motorcyclist right in front of me which i assume rushing like the rest of us that morning. The unique thing was, that guy wearing a t-shirt with MAINTENANCE in Caps Lock and it can be seen for at least 100 m and it reminds me of my early twenties. in UiTM Sarawak. There was this good looking Abang Maintenance and thats what we called him back then. He was standing out among his peers because he pay attention to his looks especially his hair. It was always neatly set and spiky.. And he drove Satria GTR..
During those years, the most happiest moment as a student was when the class which suppose to be on schedule is cancelled. I believe every normal person in the world agreed with me on this. However, for me and my group of friends, apart from the announcement of "Class Cancelled", our next happiest moment was when the teaching equipment in our class was malfunction. Because, if we were lucky, our handsome Abang Maintenance will be coming and checking on the problems. Sometimes, if it was a tiny problems, we were always shouting from the back and asked for maintenance to be called. And if he did come, we will always making gestures to make sure he was being watched by us and every time we were sure he do noticed our naughty attention. We sense he looks restless and try to control his action... Then, If he done with the checking and everything, we will make sure to say "Thank You" out loud with a giggles Hahahahah....
I love coffee... i do...
However. im not an avid coffee drinker
Im actually trying to cut sugar in my drinks
This including coffee
Actually, there is a magical relation between me and coffee
As much as i love it, i CANT drink coffee after 4.30pm because..
I can wake up all night
And that exactly what happened to me now
Luckily tomorrow is Sunday
At least i dont have to curse myself in the morning for staying awake the whole night
Sleep sleep come early,,,
Dream dream come and claim me...