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4D3N Krabi Budget Trip (Day 4) - Kayaking

Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. Hope you guys won't get bored with my Krabi posts. I better post everything while I still remember before it turns to chunks and fragments, which are hardly to be combined. Who knows, this post might be useful for those who need it, ye dak?  It was our fourth and last day in Krabi. Luckily I had packed most of the things the night before as we had to check out early in the morning. We checked out around 8.30am and asked for a permission from the owner of Luna House to leave our bags first because I bet they won't provide any lockers later. The owner agreed to let us leave our bags behind the counter in the lobby area. Tuk tuk taxi fetched us at 9.30am and it took 1 hour to arrive at the kayaking place. The tour guide gave us waterproof bag to put our gadgets and valuable stuff. We left our empty bags in a room where they kept the life jackets and other properties. The place is quite convenient as they provide ladies and g

My Teachers Don't Do Cincai Work

Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.  I just watched a YouTube video of a 15-year-old kid, telling people her opinions on international school vs government school. She made a few good points, some obvious points that don't need to be addressed as most people already know and some irrelevant points. I second the point when she said that in Malaysia, intelligence is all about grades because I believe everyone has their own speciality, but I feel offended by the way she looks at government schools and on behalf of those who make a living by becoming teachers in government school. I can't deny that international schools have clean toilets and cafeterias that serve scrumptious lunch because your parents have paid for that. And yes, you put high expectation because of the same reason. I can't expect to have a school like yours when I have to pay only one-hundredth of your semester fee. It's the truth. But. I totally disagree when she said that it's a fact

Must Read! Be Careful With This!

Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.  Recently, I activated back my Carousell  to sell brand new things and also preloved stuff. There was this one guy who declared himself as an American, and was really interested in buying a preloved sweater of mine for his daughter who's staying in Thailand. At first, I wonder, did this guy being a cheapskate, buying a preloved one for his daughter. Well, you can't never imagine what an extreme cheapskate could do. Or maybe, he was finding the same sweater because I got the sweater from the United States. Here's how he started the conversation with me.  He was a customer and as a seller, of course I would email him straight away. So I told him that the item is still available for sale. So the conversation went on.  Then I gave him my account number for him to transfer and requested a receipt as a proof of payment has been made. And the next day I got a reply from him. I told him that I need to see the

4D3N Krabi Budget Trip (Day 3 Part 2) - Foodylla @ Ao Nang

Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. After an adventurous Phi Phi Islands tour, we went back to Luna House and changed our clothes. Sobri and I started feeling hungry, so without any further delay, together with Marni and Audi, we went out to find foooooood! Yeahhh, one of the best parts of any travel trip is of course the food. As there were many Muslims who owned restaurants and stalls, finding food was not a problem. I noticed there was a stall selling sticky rice and mango by the roadside in front of the Ao Nang Mosque. We straight away went there.  1. BOLA BOLA ALA BADAK BERENDAM VERSI THAI (20BAHT) We found a kuih stall while we were walking. The stall sold different types of kuih and bubur. I was intrigued by the bola bola putih biru in white soup(?), so I bought a plastic of it. Mmmm so delicious. It tastes like badak berendam! But the differences are, the bulat bulat are much smaller and has egg white. It sounded a lil bit weird to have pieces of egg white, but

4D3N Krabi Budget Trip (Day 3 Part 1) - Phi Phi Islands Tour

Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. I had a terrible stomach ache in the morning. The cramping pain made me felt like having diarrhoea with no loose stool. I reckon it was because of last night's dinner. I ate a bowl of spicy tom yam noodle with extra spicy, making it a bowl of double extra spicy tom yam noodle. Looks like my stomach couldn't stand the spiciness as much as my tongue could. Tak cukup Melaka lagi perut ni haha. At 9.00am, we were really anxious as the van that was supposed to fetch us hadn’t arrived yet. After 15 minutes of waiting and urging the owner of Luna House to call the tour package company, a small pink tuktuk attached to a lorry arrived. They were in a rush and I reckon they accidentally left us for real. They brought us to the gathering point near the Ao Nang Beach, where the long-tailed and speedboats were arranged by the sea shore. We were among the first to arrive on the speedboat and immediately sat on the rearmost seat of t