Thursday, December 26, 2013

Something you may not know while on the plane

I've been travelling a lot recently to visit friends and attend weddings. December, a good month for weddings huh.

There's something I guess most of you/the people don't know. I see people unfasten their seat belt when the seat belt sign is off, or when the sign is not even off, people think it's OK to unfasten. In fact, it's not OK at all, you have to fasten your seat belt throughout your journey.

Turbulence can be detected or predicted. Pilots would on the seat belt sign to inform the passengers to fasten their seat belt.

What can't be predicted or detected? Air pocket, also known as air hole.

Definition from the web:
a localized region of low air density or a descending air current, causing an aircraft to suffer an abrupt decrease in height.

Get it get it? It's like a hole. When there's an air pocket, the airplane drops until there's a higher air density. Sometimes few air pocket occurs in an area, so the airplane drops and becomes normal, then drops again. 
It's really a scary situation when people who have no seat belts on, they would be seriously injured. Things in the plane would be a mess. You can imagine la, when a plane drops, you're like a ball being rolled here and there. People who had this experience would call this a near to death experience (I worked in an airline before and dealt with a case like this).

I would always go to the washroom before I board and try not to leave my seat when I'm on the plane. Air pocket, it's unpredictable.

Listen to the pilot or air crews when they ask you to switch off your phone, electronic devices, when they ask you to upright your seats, when they teach you the safety stuffs, etc. There's always a reason behind these rules, so listen to them and do what they ask you to do. They are the professionals.

Still wanna unfasten your seat belt? Spread this to your loved ones.

Monday, December 16, 2013

Funny questions Malaysian asked me.

Ever since I came to Kuala Lumpur, and when the Malaysians know that I'm from Brunei, I will be asked some weird funny questions, like:

Most of them are curious about Wu Chun:
1. He born like this or did he have a plastic surgery?

2. Is he really rich or just want to make some news?

3. He's really married and has children?

4. Does he look good in person?

Other questions are like:

5. Does Bruneian allowed to eat pork?

6. Does Brunei have winter? (funniest ever)

7. Brunei's car is left or right side driver? (you know what I mean)

8. Bruneian can speak Chinese!!??

There are more funny one but I can't recall now. I kept telling them Brunei is quite similar to Malaysia but they still ask funny funny questions.

And Why I don't update much anymore?
Hmm...first I don't really bring my G12 camera out anymore because it's heavy. Now I mostly use it for my make up portfolio. My phone camera sucks. Nothing much to take also unless I'm meeting friends then I'll take picture with them.  I don't really bring my bag to parties, all I bring is IC and my phone. My phone sucks, so unless someone else use their phone to take picture.

So a post without pictures I think it wouldn't be that interesting. hehe. Well, but I try to update yea. Nothing much going on here. I just attend classes, hanging out with friends, shopping, chilling, singing, eating, travelling and sleep. Very relaxing life~~ :)

Looking forward to go Miri this Thursday and Kuching next week to attend weddings and meet my beloved friends~~ ^^ wohooo!

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

DK in KL


Dickson was clearing his leaves and he was in KL for few days. So I also became a tourist with him that few days. 

Yeng mou?

The best sweet potato balls ever in Fung Lye restaurant.

We visited Ikea. Ikea here is awesomely big with variety nicely creatively designed furniture and stuffs which we only can see and cannot buy =.= boo! May be we can, with additional shipping fees to Brunei, but I didn't ask. nah...

My favorite season all time, the Christmas! Everywhere is decorated to boost the Christmas holiday feel.

We went to Sunway Lagoon! Ticket is quite expensive RM120 for so little rides.

 World War Z is a zombie house. You walk all the way and zombie will jump out and scare you. This is the scariest "ride" for me among all. I hate being scared suddenly but just to accompany D. When the staff said it took 30-45 minutes, I was like :O and heart starts beating so crazily. 
I hold D's arm so tight, I didn't even want to open my eyes, I looked on the floor all the way with squeezy eyes, kept telling myself they are all human and damn it, my hands were still sweating, heart beating fast and I almost cried, I didn't even care if his arm hurts. The happiest moment was when D said "Finish already." Ahhh~ relieved. Seriously, this kind of thing is not for me although I know they are fake but I'm still scared like what. One of the zombie saw I was scared and kept following and making annoying zombie sound. x.x

I rather ride the world longest roller coaster!

That big arse!

Vuvuzela was awesome! I'm a coward for dry thrills like roller coaster, giant drop etc. But a brave exciting lady when it comes to wet rides! I played this twice and wanna play more but we have to walk up the long stairs, lazy lah. 

 It's not even scary or that exciting as I expected. But still fun!

 A magician approached us and did some amazing tricks. He drew a blue dot on my palm, asked me to close, then asked D to open his hand, and.....when the f*ck he touched D's hand and made a blue dot there!?
D said he also didn't feel the magician touched his palm or something. Amazing!

Decorations at Pavilion.

A drink and we chatted all night.

 I wanna tell you that...Avicii concert was


Will show you guys more pics soon. tata~