We were so young and free when we met. You've always been good to me, treat me like a lil girl. I'm still feeling pampered whenever we hang out thou we do not meet so often. I remember that I cried for you when you went studying abroad, silly girl. I remember the good and bad times we had. I'm so glad that, after everything we have been through, we are still, friend :)
Now you gonna leave again, I'm a lil sad about it, but I'm happier for you for your better future. Come to think of it, everything gonna change after you come back, I dunno how long our friendship could last, I mean, we might not be able to contact each other like this anymore, even though we did not contact often either, but you'll always remain an important friend to me.
Well, I can only give you a big hug here, all the best, my dear friend :')
Thought my lungs and bronchus are getting stronger this time, but yea clearly I'm overestimated myself again, finally willing to drag myself to see Dr after four days of vain hope of self recovery. :(
More meds and nebuliser taken due to the delay. Lesson learnt, sobs. I promise I'll see Dr asap if it relapses again, sobs.
V said I need someone to take care of me, especially when I'm sick like this. I smile, it makes me think of you, that you'd pat my back whenever I'm having severe cough till I stop and continue to sleep. I'm not too sure whether I've missed you or I'm just missed having someone like you by my side to ease my discomfort everytime I'm woken by cough.
I have this love-hate relationship with long weekend holiday. Everyone is cuti-cuti Malaysia-ing making the road freaking jam and long queue everywhere, yet it's the only time for the family to do short trip like this. :3
Day 1: KL - Teluk Intan - Bidor - Ipoh
We took 4 hours to reach our first destination. Honestly nothing much to see at Teluk Intan except the Leaning Tower but they do have some nice local food, one of them is the famous Liew Kee chee cheong fun - I must say it's really delish! Not the common chee cheong fun we have at KL. Beside that we also accidentally bump into this stall name Do Re Mi @ Glutton Square, which offers really nice Ice Kacang - my personal fav is the one with melon flavour, perfect remedy for this hot weather :) Well, we did stop by Bidor for their famous duck noodles but it's sold out - it's alright I do not take duck nor noodles :p
These pretty sum up thing to see & eat at Teluk Intan.
Day 2: Ipoh - Cameron Highland
We stayed at Ipoh for a night. Morning went for dim sum @ Foh San Restaurant - everyone gonna wait and find your own table and it took us around 30mins to sit and then queue again for the dim sum. Dim sums are average with varieties but siu mai isn't so impressive, worth trying but without this long-waiting time. After that we went for Ipoh white coffee @ Sin Yoon Loong - parents' preference, a lil too sweet for me thou, shall order less sweet next time, they do serve nice caramel custard pudding too, yums. After filling the stomach we visited the new (actually for sometimes ady) wall art mural by Ernest Zacharevic - there are seven of them, I'm still amazed how could he made the mural so 3D-ish. It started to rain right after we visited the last mural - perfect timing, we headed to one of the it-cafe at town - Burps & Giggles for some coffee chilling time - I like the interior of the cafe, basically every corner can be your selfie corner :D
We took some really nice pictures at the old town :)
Day 3: Cameron Highland - Ipoh - KL
The journey to Brinchang is terrible, jam at Cameron is unavoidable as there is only one main road and to make it worse, all the markets & place to visit are located right beside the main road. By the time we reached the town it's ady midnight. Luckily we still manage to have steamboat to comfort the stomach - soup is average but vege is really fresh here, anyway having hot soup in such a cooling weather is still a bliss :) It's a sunny morning on the next day, weather still a lil chillin and we love it. We bought lotsa strawberries and vege and flowers at the market. Still lotsa people visiting Cameron as the next day still holiday - luckily we're leaving, I can foresee that the jam can only be worse than last night :/ We went for tea before leaving - we were lucky enough to have a really good view table this time - I'm happy girl. And yea we even found the worker's cafe at the tea plantation - the pakcik is really friendly chitchatting with us about the massive jam but the teh he made is really.... way toooo sweet lar! It started to drizzle again when we left, the road downhill was so foggy that some people even stop the car at the side of the road just to take pic. We went to Ipoh for dinner before heading home. It's still crowded everywhere and even the highway also partly jam. Overall it's still nice to spend some times with the family, and the sweetest thing is - Genie's waiting by the door when we reached home :)
The left bottom pic doesn't look like cameron isn't it :p
Well, holiday's over and I'm looking forward for the next, opps, I mean I'll start the engine to study now :D
Self grounded at home so I'm so free to write this post :/
Colleagues are envy that I could work half day and gonna start the study break soon. I'm grateful too, honestly, that I could stop working for months, that I do not have to wake up early in the morning and face the stressful files and clients, for months. Not that I dislike my job, just some times I'd feel like having a break from them. But deep down in my heart, the fear is spreading, as the day gone by. Am I making the right decision? Why would I take the risk again? Am I gonna make it this time? Can I still back out before I register for the exam again?