Friday, July 3, 2015
Happy Birthday Nazurah Bahe
Good morning, readers.
Today marks a special day for a special someone who I like to write a post on; a girl with such a bright smile and a quirky attitude, as I can’t celebrate her birthday in Hanoi this year. I wish you a magical day that is profoundly happy and richly blessed. I appreciate the special and unique role you play in my life – long may you continue to do so. Please know that you are admired and loved by your family, and as a special and caring friend to many. I would also like to acknowledge how you are always there for me when I needed you – through times of adversity and throughout the celebrations in our lives. Your strength, your caring and your support continues to brighten not just my day but others too in so many wonderful ways- unfailingly, uncompromisingly and unyieldingly. With that, I end this post with an 'I love you!!' and a short clip specially made for you..
Happy birthday, my friend!
P/S: I'm sorry this video is not professionally made but I know you'll love it!!! I would also like to thank those who participate in this surprise. XX
Monday, April 6, 2015
that last vietnam post
Hello readers. Its been a while since i last wrote a post on my adventure. I was busy enjoying life and adjusting to new environment. Before i tell you where i am at the moment, i will wrap up my Vietnam Adventure that has been collecting dust for its long overdue ending. I would like to apologize to my readers (if there is even any? haha!) for not writing. I have my reasons i.e after getting back to Brunei, i have been spending my time indulging some good Bruneian foods that have been on my list for about 3 months. Also,i was busy doing some necessities for my Student Exchange Programme in my next assigned destination. I only have 10 days to get my shit together. I didn't even waste my time while i was in Brunei. It was like I wake up, go eat, spent time with as many people as i can, family and friends included, and sleep at my comfortable squishy old bed.
The end of my Vietnam adventure went surprisingly sad. I remember saying this in the beginning of my Community Outreach Program; i cant wait to go home!! But when i do , i started to miss Vietnam, Hanoi to be specific. It wasn't always the place i miss but its the moments i shared with some amazing people. How 5 months turned strangers into friends. I will definitely cherish those moments.
I couldn't thank enough to those who made my stay in Hanoi fun and a memorable one. BUT what i can say is "Càm Òn, bán tôi".
Here are the last few days of memories before i went to back to Brunei Darussalam. Hope you all enjoy looking at these funny pictures.
P/s: it is not in order.
Vietnam was never dull when u end it with the people you love. That's for sure.