Was supposedly update my blog happily today but damn, found my blog was hacked! All my blog posts titles were edited. I have to restore back my old database in order to proceed this post. Well, not in good mood to update in details about Bali.
Summarized it, it was a fun trip with gang of bros and sis. 6 days 5 nights stay, which just adequately enough to explore Bali. It should covered 90% of Bali tourism areas. Well, don’t worry if you missed some, I’m pretty sure you’ll revisit Bali someday again. Next visit will not be so hectic as first because it will be more on relaxing tour than first rushing tour.
I’ll post more information on Bali in my next post I guess. About tour itenerary, tour guide recommendation and so on. As I said, not in mood now.
1.Barong Dance – Bali Style Lion Dance
2.Terrace Rice Field
4.Where the famous – Luwak Coffee available
5.You’ll get 5 types of free coffee – Chocolate, Gingseng, Lemon, Balinese, Ginger and a paid (Rp50k) Luwak coffee.
6.Yeah- we ate his shit.
7.The Gangster group
8.Take a bath – you’ll be the lucky one.
9.Ubud view – From Biyukukung suite
10.They so called must have – Dirty duck
12.Waiting a minute, its not swimming pool!
13.Good morning – Ubud
15. What so special ? Goa Gajah
16.Babi Guling – Taste bad , perhaps just not our favour.
17.Ready to roll – Dolphin pursuit
18.Let’s go to the sea…
20.It’s cold here, I wonder.
21.View from restaurant.
22.It’s very bright sky actually.
23.The famaous one, tanah lot.
It’s not done, there are few more yet to post. So come back later for more. Thank you for viewing, but don’t hack!
A short yet fun trip to Genting. It was about 2 months ago, 2 days 1 night stay. Sounded rush right? Yeah, a bit rush but literally it was fun. Since it was months ago story, I don’t think I still needed to bring the past back here! Anyway, you can visit Derick’s blog for some others shots at Genting which I didn’t show it here . So just enjoy the photos I took.
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1st of all, congratulation to my buddy Ken and his wife Camy. Their wedding ceremony held on last month 26 September 2009 which I had a chance to take some photos for them. I know, its abit delayed, and it going to be extended delay though, cause my laptop sent for warranty claim. 🙁 I got no idea when it will be ready. So in the mean time, only selected photo will be up. The rest, bear with me ya….
Anyone knows what this slogan meant for? It actually a slogan which Perodua used. Sort of like Nissan’s slogan – “Shift the future”, Honda’s slogan – “The power of dream” and so on. Well, those slogans are quite clear and understandable what they going to deliver and what expectation to customer, but “Building Cars People First” ???
Anyway, they launched a new facelift version of Viva recently which called Viva Elite. However, no major changes compared to the existing model. Just some minor changes at the front/back bumper which come with foglamps, front grill changed which look smilar to Nissan Grand Lavina, and basically those changes just more to appearance. Nothing significant changed on performance.
In conclusion, that’s the way most car manufacturers will do. A little changes, but a marginable profit cause of newly increased pricing for new model, business nature. Anyhow I think the new facelift really done Viva a better look. Look a little bigger, cause of the front grille I guess. 😀
Front Grille that looks like Nissan Grand Lavina.
14″ Alloy Rims