Showing posts from January, 2016

4D3N Krabi Budget Trip (Day 1 Part 1) - The Arrival

Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.  Krabi always reminds me of the Cabi Song (Caribbean Bay CF) by SNSD and 2PM. Zaman kpop dedulu haha. This trip had been planned a few months ago. The reason why I kinda 'disappeared' the past few days was because I went to Krabi with my friends, Sobri, Audi and Marni. We already booked our flight tickets a month before the trip, which costed each of us RM198. By the way, I'll update about Krabi first, then I'll update about Terengganu okay? To make everything clearer and easier for you guys to plan, I'll write a summary of the full Krabi itinerary altogether with the budget and some tips that might be useful for you. So stay tuned! Back to the story. As our boarding time was in the morning, we decided to overnight in the airport. Instead of sleeping in the surau like I always did whenever I had a morning flight, we spent the night at McDonalds together. We stayed up until the next morning by having a nice chit chat

Another Tick On The Bucket List

Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. It's almost one week since the last time I updated this blog. Fuhh *tiup habuk* sorry for the sudden disappearance haha before exam ada je gatal tangan nak update blog, after exam menyepi terus. Life has been so nice since I don't have to think about my study, PBL research, CSU sessions ahhh~ Anyway, as you can see, one of the tabs in the above panel is bucket list. It's a list of things either I wanna achieve or I've already achieved, and one of those that I'd written in a numbering form is to own a camera using my own money. I'd been saving money since my first semester in IMU to buy a camera. I didn't have any camera and the last time I had was an Olympus compact camera, which had been stolen after I accidentally left it in the school locker. I thought of buying a DSLR, but as time passed, I told myself maybe I should just buy a lighter camera and more handy than a DSLR, but still can be adjusted manually

I Literally Cried

Assalamulaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. I saw a post people shared on Facebook, read it and guess what. It hit me hard and broke me through. All the words seemed like she was talking about me. "An open letter to my friend in medical school" I literally started crying the moment I read "And I saw you cry when you wish you were older so you could’ve saved your grandfather… when you wished that he was still alive so he could see you now." I was the first grandchild on my mom's side. My late grandfather always wanted to see me become a doctor. I still can remember when I was a kid, he always told my parents and me about how eager he was to see me entering a medical school and becoming a doctor. He picked me up from school every day and brought me and my sister back to his house to play with the chickens and cats. He taught me how to ride my first 2-wheel-bicycle and how to climb a tree. He bought me cooking utensils for kids and a pair of rollerblade

My Study Week Routine (Part 2)

Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. (Continue from Part 1 ) 2 days left before my final examination and the struggle is real! A day well spent yesterday, but let's not talk about it first as it's gonna be a loooonggg story. This post is the continuation of the first post (My Study Week Routine Part 1) I wrote. I have a habit of studying either sitting in a really quiet place such as the library or listen to songs. Nothing in between. Time study pun ada je rasa nak dengar lagu itu lah ini lah. And my favourite application to listen to my favourite songs is Spotify! (No, this is not a sponsored advertisement haha). Last month, I subscribed the premium Spotify because recently they offered 3 months for only RM2 ($*@HDN*@#!) and I have already downloaded the application in both laptop (its name is Maccy hehe gedik nak ada nama) and phone. A few advantages of subscribing the premium one are there's no Spotify ads in between the songs and I can play it offline. A