Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Gone to Genting Highlands (cont)

After walking around, we went to Genting Indoor Theme Park for some crazy Daytona action. Unexpectedly, they implied prepaid card system on those game machines. Lame! Furthermore, we need to deposit 5 bucks for the card. Furthermore unexpectedly, the machines are like 80 year old grannies and gramps. Why? Because 85% of them are either not functioning, buttons spoiled, screen spoiled or credit eating. I played House of the Dead 4 by pointing the gun tip outside of the right screen while shooting at the zombie's head at far left. Talking about recoil of the uber-est guns available in the future.

Walking around Highland Hotel's lobby. Above are my cousins.

We went back to the apartment to eat dinner as my aunts cooked. Buffet style meal.

Frozen Shandy. We had to use the hot water inside the bathroom to unfrozen it.

Without wasting time, we rushed to First World to spend the rest of the night. While passing by the casino, I spotted this really lame rock displaying outside. While my elder cousins went to gamble, 4 of us(the younger ones) roam around First World.


First thing we did. M16 trigger happy times. 40 shots for 18 bucks. better than the ones in NS. I myself went for two rounds and my highest score is 351. >.<



Time for something more traditional




Hahaha! This new arcade is way better than Indoor Theme Park. Should have came here in the afternoon instead of there.

The scenery of whole Genting at midnight from my apartment.

Monday, February 25, 2008

Gone to Genting Highlands

The last time I went Genting Highlands, Uncle Lim was still so god damn healthy. So imagine when was the last time I went there with my family. As for this trip, my relatives(Dad's sisters and family) planned this 1-night stay holiday at Ria Apartments as my elder cousin brother came back from Philippines. For ages we have not really had any big family trip like this. So happy and excited~

Too bad my parents are busy so I am hitchhiking my dearest aunt's car. Freedomity! Wahahaha!

Ear popping begins! Wheee~!

Are we there yet?

Check-in time was in 3 p.m. We arrived at Ria Apartments just in time. I remember I been and stayed here with 35 other aunts, uncles, cousins, gramps and bla bla bla more than 10 years ago. Awful experience! Had to cramp and sleep on the floor when the temperature is so uber low.

Looks like some upgrading has been done. Kudos!

Oooh! A decent reception table.

Speaking of the devil, we went to the wrong block. DULAN!


Located at the 14th floor, this so called 'office' is just like..... like...... *vomits* The person-in-charge there said that since we are such a big crowd(in fact there are only 8 of us standing there to check-in), he promised a big room. Wait till the others show up.....

Complimentary wine. Wine bottles.

I finished all!

Reminds me of Eason Chan's Zheng Yong Mou Han Hou. Wowowowow~

1 minute later

Jack Hitam!

Isn't this magnificent?

Yes it is.

Walking is good.

I see Old Town White Coffee. *Vomits*

Doing charity work of fertilizing the flowers.



Thursday, February 21, 2008


Neglectful I am to my blog! Out of ideas I am totally! Very sorry I am! Waste time we shall not! NEXT!

After completing my 11 hours of compulsory driving, I took the driving exam on 18th of February along with Kok Hoe and Ng Kit at Safety Driving Centre. And guess what? I PASSED! Yay!........ yay?! Oh gosh.... Does this means I have to fetch people around? Ow well at least I have the authority and pleasure of driving around freely.

Blardy JPJ gave me 19/20 as it stated I did not adjust my rear mirrors. Bull crap! I did it la!

There are some things I learnt out from this experience of taking JPJ driving exams:

1) Do not waste your time 'pau-ing' except you are retarded or die-hard-sucky-driver.
2) The most difficult part is slope and balancing because they provide you with sucky Kancil. (proven by the rate of people failing on that part)
3) Bring along your PSP or Doraemon comics to cure boredom because the queue is friggin long and totally random when taking turns to do the tests. (Lucky charms are recommended)
4) Greet your On-The-Road examiners 'Good Morning' or 'Good Afternoon' increases your passing rate by 33%.
5) Eat a full-coarse breakfast because lunch breaks are not quite encouraged.

RM 5000.00 Reward to anyone
who spotted him with a 'P' license on the road.

Monday, February 4, 2008

I am 22 years old?!

You Act Like You Are 22 Years Old

You are a twentysomething at heart. You feel like an adult, and you're optimistic about life.
You feel excited about what's to come... love, work, and new experiences.

You're still figuring out your place in the world and how you want your life to shape up.
The world is full of possibilities, and you can't wait to explore many of them.

Stolen from someone's blog.

Friday, February 1, 2008

My legacy of working in Old Town

How shall I began this? It is been 10 days since my previous post working in Old Town. It has been a busy period for me until I cannot get enough rest, resulting in my NMN. My doctor said it is due to the thinning of mucus layer in my nostrils,exposing the blood vessel as it pops open frequently. Scary eh?

My doctor advised:"Sleep early." <----(Not-so-effective advice)
I replied:"Okay!"<------(Doing my best)
Doctor said:" Do not eat spicy food." (another not-so-effective advice)

I have been working in Old Town White Coffee in JayaOne for two weeks now. I really cannot bare with the pressure, stress, hardship, brutalness, chaos and @*&%$@ while working there. For RM4.50 per hour, forget it!


Working there has taught me a few things including Myanmar language and made new friends. Working here is really considered one of my accomplishments in my life. Perhaps Amazing Race may consider this as one of the difficult tasks in their programme, 'Working for 2 hours during peak hours in Old Town Restaurant'

Chil lar har lo= I love you
Chil lar ba bu= Thank you
Al lar chee= Fuck you

The Myanmar people working there are not entirely useless. Some of them are quite easy going, hardworking and friendly. I MEANT SOME OF THEM. 13 hours a day for 6 days can really make one......dead. Cannot blame them so much. The supervisors are very understanding and cooperative. If it wasn't the workload, I won't quit my job. A small bar and kitchen to handle 90 tables!? Big joke especially during lunch hours where UTAR students and office people rushed in like there is only 1 restaurant surviving in PJ area. Not to mention 2-3 birthday celebrations per day. I seriously advise you all not to come to this place when it is crowded due to several unspeakable reasons but you can figure them out yourself.

Cleanliness: 8/10, 3/10 when crowded
Food Quality: 8/10, 3/10 when crowded
Service: 8/10, 3/10 when crowded
Food Queue: 10/10, 0.1/10 when crowded

Despite all these troubles, I have not regretted working at this miserable place. I believe that this place would improve in the distant time. How long? I do not know......at all! Al Lar Chee!