Saturday, January 29, 2011

Sunset in Hawaii

My sister tagged me some photos she took in Hawaii. The sunset looks so beautiful I can't resist posting one here.

Someday, I will go to Hawaii to visit my sister. I will definitely take lots of photos so I can show more.

I also want to visit other islands. She actually lives in Waikiki. It would be nice to visit the surrounding islands.

My sister told me there are many things you can do while in Hawaii. You can do beach sports, kayaks, banana boat rides, para-sailing (will definitely try para-sailing one of these days in Malaysia), snorkeling, SCUBA diving and more.

Shopping would be great too. And I believe her because one of her photos was Forever 21 boutique store. LOL.

There are just so many things to do there.

One day...

Yes one day...

I will go to Hawaii.

Soak the red dot in vinegar

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Thinking of A Resort in Caribbean for my Next Holiday Destination

Last year my husband and I planned to go for an out of the country getaway with our family. Two years ago, in 2009, we went to Macau, Hong Kong, and China for our family getaway. We thought it was too much to do in a year, visiting 3 countries, considering all the expenses we had. So last year, in 2010, we went to Thailand only.

For 2011, we have booked our flights to Melbourne, Australia. And speaking of that, I really need to save some more money so we can enjoy our holiday without worrying about the finances.

Where will our 2012 holiday destination be? We haven't decided yet, but we are looking seriously at time in a a href="">resort in the caribbean. Why not, as beautiful as the place is, I guess it's no wonder a lot of people from all over the world flock to the Caribbean for holiday breaks.

It's a good plan to stay at a resort in caribbean paradise! And we have found that is a great help in planning our caribbean vacation. I have read the information on the internet and it looks great! Breezes Resorts offer a super-inclusive package that includes all your meals, all your drinks drinks, all entertainment, and even some land and water sports activities. Who can resist a super-inclusive vacation like that? Maybe I should start saving for our 2012 vacation too. My kids would be ecstatic to know we're going!

Friday, January 28, 2011

Chinese New Year

It's going to be Chinese New Year soon. And you know what it means? Mandarin Oranges and Ang pows. LOL.

I have Chinese neighbors. One early morning this week, somebody knocked our door rang the bell. When I opened the door, I saw my neighbor carrying this medium sized box. It was a box full of Mandarin oranges.

Loved it.

Kruger Park's The Big Five - Elephant

Hubby was lucky enough to see a couple of those that belong to the Big Five at the Kruger National Park in Johannesburg, South Africa. Elephant was one of those big five.

Note: Image taken by a Sony Alpha 380 with 18-200mm lens.

Originally used only by hunters, the term 'Big Five' refers to five of Africa's greatest wild animals - lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino.

As during the bygone hunting era the term "Big Five" still conjure up the romance and excitement of Africa's exotic destinations and experiences.

Imagine watching the sun set over the horizon whilst you capture the moment of a pride of lions stalking their prey.

Watching a buffalo strolling to a water hole with strength and size that makes it more likely to kill a human than any other mammal.

The rhino, which is almost extinct, with its extraordinary horns and bad temper. And the leopard with its beauty and remarkable speed and skill to hunt.

Many travellers regard a visit to South Africa as incomplete without having spotted, and perhaps photographed, the Big Five.

The Big Five - legends of the wilderness which have become synonymous with Africa.

Friday, January 21, 2011

Exploring Self-Hosting

I just bought a domain from godaddy. And no, it's not for this blog, not just yet. But soon, I know that I'd be buying a domain for this one, too.

And so there, I really patted myself on the back to be able to know the ticks and the trade of buying a domain. Not that it's really hard to do. But I relied on a friend to do it for me before.

After I bought a domain, I tried transferring it to my self webhosting. It's another pat on the back. LOL. I used to do it last time then it got so complicated I left it to my self web hosting provider to do for me. But this time, I tried my hands on it again. And yes, I did it.

Now I have a couple of new domains. No, actually I have a few new domains.

Will I be able to host a webhost too? I am not too sure. I hope one day I'll learn how to do it. For now, let me enjoy my self webhost hosted by my friend.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Cool Weather in Subang Jaya

It has been a cool weather for us here in Subang Jaya for the past couple of weeks. It hasn't been raining though. And I kind of like it. It saves us a lot of electricity usage.


Because I don't need to turn my air conditioning unit on all the time. Now I just turn it on on bed time. Then run it for a few hours and it would be chilly the rest of the night.

And so the Ceiling Fan would come into the picture. I don't like to turn on the ceiling fan when the air con is on. It kind of irritate my skin (or me for that matter). But I don't have a problem when it's only Ceiling Fan that's working.

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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Home Address

My husband once said (we were not married then) that the best home address is his address. I thought about it and wondered. Then I realized that he was loving his place so much. It is so convenient and can get to important places and establishments in just a few minutes drive.

But you know when he said, my mind was already wandering, imagining some address plaques or address signs with his own address names on it. LOL. Silly me.

But really, I am glad that my husband would think of the convenience. Sometimes, people tend to forget their environment and community when it comes to purchasing houses.

And speaking of address and signs, wouldn't it be nice if you have the address plaques and numbers that would fit your house design? One of my neighbors has this beautiful classic (almost English cottage style) house and I thought their classic address sign goes well with their house too.

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