Back in KL

I’ve been very lazy at blogging over the past few days in Kuching. And now, I’m back in KL! Anyways, a short recap of what happened from the 3rd day of CNY till the 7th day. Went visiting a lot, including chatting at Danny’s place for 5 hours, blew up glass bottles behind my house using “chai lei” and KC brought his “crazy bang” which I think would be perfect if it was used to blow up bottles. It did make a very big hole on the ground though.


Carp had the nerves to ask me to format his laptop on my 2nd last day in Kuching. haha just kidding la.


This is what you call broadband. My connection here in KL sucks. Maybe it’s because of the wireless I’m using.

So I took the early morning flight but I did not manage to get the 5:50am flight. It was unexpectedly full. I took the next one which was at 7am. Flight was very routine. I have lost count of how many plane trips I had since last year and it felt like taking the bus, except much more hassle (checkins, security, waiting).


Rusted after being exposed and unused for 14 days. So you can tell if a car has been sitting unused just by looking at the brakes.

I took the bus back from KLIA, dragged my lugguage to my car and drove back. Quite nice to be back here again. I’m still on leave until Tuesday.


Guess what happened?

Refer to the picture above. This happened on the day I left (13 Feb). A car was parked there (the place where the pieces of the broken wall now lay) and you can see some glass on the floor. What happened was, someone reversed parked at the bottom before the wall was knocked down. Someone obviously made a big mistake when trying to park at the space above. He/she knocked into the wall and made the wall collapse onto the car below. The rear windshield of the car below was shattered. When I saw it (around 2:30pm), the unlucky owner of the car probably did not know what happened until the end of the day. The culprit is obviously no where to be seen. So the moral of the story is to park upstairs. Continue reading