Meow!

kuching

Hello Kuching! It’s been a while since I was here, and a lot of things have changed – new malls Spring-ing up (haha bad pun), new hotels, and generally a lot more vertically inclined buildings scattered around the city. I daresay it’s about as developed as Penang now.

It’s a full day of shooting for us Project Alpha Season 1 bloggers and I only slept 4 hours last night so today is gonna be a long day! I’m quite excited though coz things look so new and different now.

We’re staying at 360 Hotel if anyone wants to drop by. It’s a pretty good boutique hotel.

Most of the people are here for the first time, and as a Sarawakian, I had to put up with a lot of “Oh, Kuching also got Shell/7-Eleven/(insert common franchise)”.

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  1. I donno HB, its not like you all are 18 and rolling in money. Spain or Turkey or Grecce is ok, but infested with tourists, like Rome, for that matter. or London. all these places I have been, but alone, or rather, not on a honeymoon. Military. Right now, its a pretty big snow storm, the second since chritmas, so if somone said wanna go to tahoe and ski, or alaska, I’d hit them. but I would ask her, first thing. and anyways, whereever you go, it aint gonna be all romance… lost luggage, et al. wherever you go, there you both are. both of you. with alot of stuff. it aint gonna be easy. not just you and her, but your two families… but you can make them join… what about a cruise… somewhere new to both of you… even a short trip with a cheap inside cabin… just a thought… I would like to go to new guinea , or brisbane, or new calidonia myself, and snorkel or scuba. but that dont mean she wants to… like you said… you are not 16 or 18 any more… you better ask her. halfway around the world is no place to have your first marital argument. Belive me… my Mom was from Bristol
    (england) and Dad was from western NC (usa). they meet in wartime, then honeymooned in costa rica, lived in panama ( for a while), then mom got tired of it and came to live here, in the usa. She could not return to england, cause her own mom had called her a whore for getting married to an american… Dad came home when HIS mother wrote him and said, come get your wife and kids. this was 12 years before I was born, in 1960. shall I continue this tale… they were 48 years married… but it was not all sweetness and light, from either side… Hey romeo, ask your juliet what she wants to do… wont tell you about my experiences… God help you. but it’s still nice. even the worst is pretty good. Tom

  2. Hey, you all don’t flood the comment with insulting comment. West Malaysian know how well the East Malaysia had developed , only maybe a few arrogant guy purposely want to heat things up and said that East Malaysian live on trees.
    So be Happy and don’t care about those idiot who do not know East Malaysian well. Peace. :)

  3. ah nel: Haha! Yeah, now they can see it for themselves that we don’t live in trees. ;)
    Niki Cheong: …and London got Niki! ;)
    Have fun mate! :)
    dustbin: Hello again! Why so sporadic one? If you want to be a troll at least put some DEDICATION into it. Talk shit about me at each and every post. ;)
    Disappointing la you, half assed effort one. Downgrade you to mini-troll. Haha!
    WEEN: Yeah, it’s pretty cheap for this kind of facilities. I was pleasantly suprised at the quality of the hotel! :)
    tom: Yup, I’m here for a shoot about bloggers. Yup, I shall do my best to pursue my Juliet/Jestina. ;)
    Cheers mate! Be safe and take care my friend. :)
    bongkersz: Cheers buddy! It’s good to be back. =D
    ahlost: The pleasure is all mine Rose! It was great to meet you this morning! Finally! :)
    ciki: Hello! It’s quite tiring though – 3 full days of shooting, but it’s also a lot of fun! :)
    foodcrazee: It’s already changing mate – Kuching is a lot different from when I was working here. Better be quick! :)
    DYMM Tuanku: Haha! It’s good to have you back mate. Ya we live on trees, all the pictures are Photoshopped from Penang pics. :p
    Eriku: Heh! I’m pretty sure they all know Sarawak is a developed place, they’re just having a bit of fun. No harm done. Cheers mate! :)

  4. Blahder Eriku, we make fun of Salawak, u make fun of Steve Job, Apple Corp and Ipad. Evelybody make fun, noting personal. Cannot be like U*NO, must hv democklatik rite…… Cheer atas, Blahder!!!

  5. Finally! It’s been ages! You’ve been like “now you see it, now you don’t”, then now you are right in front of me *LOL* Finally get to meet you. Have a safe journey back to KL!

  6. fish fish: Heh! Ya, Sibu airport is damn far from town. Well, not as far as KLIA but far by Sibu standards. :)
    jg: Eh, Kuching is not my home. My sis was born there, I was supposed to be born there too but my mom travelled when she was pregnant and I ended up being born in Sibu. Spent the first 7 years of my life in Kuching and also 5 years working there though. I’m born in Sibu! :)
    Thanks! Had a lot of fun, tiring, but fun. :)
    annna: Yeah, it was awesome meeting you Anna! Gotta catch up soon – March I’m coming again! :)
    Irene: Ya, it’s been ages eh? First rehab, then working in Sibu, then working in KL. I’ll be coming again in March! See you then Irene! :)
    I’m back in KL!

  7. Eriku: No worries mate! :)
    I’m not a big fan of Apple too, have been using Windows and even my PDAs are Palm/Windows CE/BB.

  8. I just came back from kuching. Kuching is like peaceful version of KK, Sabah. and endless food.. I am Xing Hua clan, but 1st time I ate Xing Hua mee in Kuching. I saw a food stall in kuching called ‘Ho say liaw’. :P

  9. Naomi: Heh! KK is a bit like KL actually, too many people. I was “living” in KK for a bit, been around Inanam and other places.
    Yeah, ho say liaw, have seen that place, it was already open when I was working in Kuching.
    Hey, Xin Hua is Heng Hua! I am Heng Hua too! =D
    Not many of us around. Hello, sister of the Heng Hua clan! :)

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