These past few months has been such a blur to which I can’t seem to get my mind clear and with everything that’s been going on in my chaotic life.
I just had to get away from all forms of social media for awhile.
Sometimes I just tell myself it’s okay to feel sad and spend a good few hours feeling sad and understanding why I feel this way. Don’t be scared of sadness! You can’t be happy all the time and that’s not reality.
Up till today, I still couldn’t get myself to be as strong as I thought I would be when dealing with losses of the people that I hold so dear to my heart.
Allah S.W.T loves you more..
I’ve missed you a lot Abah. You’II always, always be in my heart. < 3
If I could immortalize a single memory. This would be. I remember I get easily annoyed and grumpy when being told to feed to such a picky eater and greedy.
Soon I get attached. I love seeing him in the aquarium. His playfulness attracts me. I will always look forward to go home.
If only I had been more observant and knowledgeable about fishes I could have saved him. But today, as I’m typing this out. He is no longer exist in this world. His time of death On Tuesday 5 Sept 2017 at 3.00 am
To the memory of the cutest fish ive known. RIP aro your travel is completed.
Finally! Im updating about my trip in Sabah (like anybody really cares ) which I went to exactly a few months ago.
But nah. I’ve listed a few things/thought that I think would be great to share with you. P:s long post. You’ve been warned!
We spent five days in Sabah as everything was already planned out, we realised that we didn’t get to visit other places such as Semporna, sandakan and etc. Nonetheless, I personally think that this sabah trip was worthy for every penny (minus the part I was came back home broke :p ) considering the fact that we did get the chance to visit quite a number of beautiful places
That night, my friends and I decided to take really good rest. So we can began our sabah exploration the next day.
We left in the morning and made some stops during our en route to Ranau. We stopped by the road and took nice picture the ten of us!
If you want to go on a road trip, make sure you book the car at least a month before your trip. Because the price may be vary.
♡ Kinabalu Park World Heritage Site
♡ Sabah Tea Garden
It is better to wear shoes because you will be walking up and down the stairs to view the tea garden
And next door
♡ Sungai Moroli Fish Spa ( Ranau)
Located in Kampung Luanti Baru, 20km from Ranau Town. To enter, you would need to buy a ticket MYR 5.00 per adult. And if bring a camera it will be charged MYR 3.00
hang your fist half way in the water when feeding :p
Do not want to get your shoes wet? Then bring the slippers 🙂
♡ Cristall Hill, Kundasang
Here’s to appreciating the beauty around us♡
We were in kundasang. And it was impossible to forth and back to our homestay in KK. So we stayed here for a night Instead.
♡ Desa Cattle Dairy Farm
If you were to enter Dairy farm you can see cows from far away before reaching the bam.
Quite a big place, spent probably 2 bloody hours here. It gets more crowded nearing noon. The entry fees is MYR 5.00 per pax. Which is affordable even bringing the whole family in. #meriah
If you really want to try the milk/chocolate/strawberri yogurt gelato ice cream. Head straight as soon as you reach before walking around because chances are some may be out of stock
I complain about hunger, their whole family shared a plate together.
I complain about humidity / hotness, he worked under the blazing sun for hours daily.
I complain abt sadness, he was beaten by his mother when he lost the money he earned by himself cos it could’ve bought weeks of food.
I complain abt assignments, he woke up early morning to work then to school until he became lethargic.
I complain abt not enough clothes, he wore hand me down clothes.
I complain abt pain, his two daughters and niece were killed and ripped apart by israeli shells.
I complain abt love, he lost his wife due had leukemia.
I complain abt my car, they squeezed in bus until it exceeded the number of passengers until it was hard to breathe in it.
The soldiers asked us to empty the house “empty ? ” There’s nothing in it to empty. ” Now i wonder how those soldiers must have felt, pointing their murderous weapons to little children still rubbing sleep from their eyes and clinging to their mothers in doorways- Animals.