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Saturday, 23-Jul-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Updates On my Other Site

I've uploaded a small few of my photos from Sarawak onto my other website:-


which is really more for blogging. The software for it really downgrades the quality (and size) of the photos and the stress to get there! Really makes you malas to do anything about it for the moment. I just needed to get a few up, and I'll load them here soon enough.

Friday, 22-Jul-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Melacca and Kuala Lumpur

She's pretty in Green.
Famous 'Grinch' Photo. Popular with the ladies.
Green setting at the banana leaf restaurant
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Sooo...after the fantasmic time in Penang, we went off to Kuala Lumpur for an admittedly more laid-back time chilling out by the pool and catching up with people over a slumber party. Then off to KL to explore a bit and show Nina the usuals - Pasar Seni, Petaling St, KLCC, you can guess the rest. Most of the time we were just chilling at KLCC though. It's where we always are by default. Dome KLCC observing people by the little man-made pond.
Pressed for something to do after until before Nina left for Sabah (and I was to later join her in Kuching, Sarawak) my Dad suggested we pop down to Melacca, where we explored old Chinatown leisurely, chilled in some Jazzy cafe there, and enjoyed the dusk on the way home. Some photos here will appear pretty random, but they are lazy days.

Sunday, 17-Jul-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

Interior of our cabin
Photo with my arm
Tasha and I
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My Nina was landing in Malaysia firstly in Penang, so I thought I'd be fun to go by Train down to the Island with my best mates Iki and Tasha to greet her and have little holidays around the country. It was an amazing time, and I'll be the first to admit that the photographs don't do justice to the constant (and delirious) laughter, tomfoolery and things we did. From crossing over death-defying ravines, touring fishing villages, eating nonstop in smiley Mamaks and good Nasi Kandar stalls, oral sex on Gurney Drive (not us, for the record), Pasembur, gudang garam and heart-to-hearts, walks and bus-rides throughout Penang, I guess I was just too busy living it to give a damn about photographing anything. The night-markets, the massages (hehe) the Ali Cafe health-boosters - the company, most of all - I'll never forget the Penang us four had.


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