I could see some spiderwebs on this blog.
It's been weeeeeeeks since i've updated and a lot of my friends and cousins were asking me why didn't i update my blog like I used to last time? Well, long story short- I was lazy and busy. Jusssttttt a lil bit busy and more to laziness.
I'm back in Kuching now after spending a week for Hari Raya. My 2 months summer holiday in Sheffield has been a blast. Right after the exams I went to Italy, earned myself pocket money enough to get me own PS3, some furnitures for my room and of course my ticket back home. Not only that, I've experienced a few parades in Sheffield- like the Tramlines and Olympics Torch Relay. My roadtrip with my friends from Sheffield to Oxford, Cardiff and all the way to St.Ives was the highlight of the holiday and probably i'll write about it after this post- that is, if im not that "busy" today. Lols.
Before heading to Malaysia, me and my friends went to Anfield to watch Liverpool against Bayer Leverkuson and on my flight back home to Malaysia from Dubai, I managed to take some pictures with our national team squad. They played 3 friendly games in Austria which they lost 2, and drew 1. One thing that I've realized when I step out from that Emirates plane from Manchester to Dubai was how hot Dubai was- even in its airport. Belum gik sampe Malaysia dah rasa panas..sampe2 klia nang confirmlah berpeluh.
You guys know what, in my opinion, KLIA is the best airport there is. You could seat anywhere you want, free wifi connection (although you can't surf youtube), 24 hours food restaurants and of course plugs everywhere to charge your laptop or handphones.
Right, enough of me talking some crap- how was your Raya?
Mine was splendid. There's no other place to enjoy Hari Raya with your loved ones- your close friends and family, all together in this joyous celebration. It's the only time where you could visit and catch up with what's going on and get served with delicious food such as satay, laksa sarawak, nasi briyani, ayam masak kurma, daging masak hitam and endless refills of carbonated or juice drinks-
And best of all, after filling your stomach with so many kinds of delicacies, you'll get a special colourful packet that contains money! a.k.a duit raya!! (datang rumah datuk/YB kalau nasib baik dapat RM50..wakakaka)
Not only you get to eat free food, but you get paid to eat!
Nothing beats celebrating Hari Raya in Malaysia. Nothing.
So far since the 1st day of Raya until yesterday (26th of August) i've been to a lot of open houses served by my family, teachers and friends. We get to laugh, chat, and enjoy our time together as I used to remember during my younger days.
I have another 3 weeks of holidays left. 3 weeks to indulge Malaysian and my favourite Sarawakian dish- Laksa and Kolok!!!