I'm getting lazy at this...
Prolly the lapse in not getting online have stop me from posting more.
I have loads of picture that I wish to share but somehow the lazy bone just held me back.
The Computer's running on broadband now, so erythings good.
I'll try ok.
Its been sometime since I meet the BS people, its fine tho'.
I like the way things are going tho' I wish I could be more productive, try to listen to lectures and do my tutorials.
Test and exams starting next week, 7 papers altogether and spread across a duration of 2 weeks.
After which I'll start my attachment.
To top up everthing, I barely understands all the modules, God!
And erm... elective final test tomorrow and I don't know a shit.
We got a site visit just now, a trip to the developing ACS(I) which is just a short walk from the back gate.
Thier school which is aready big are extending plus the rennovation of thier existing blocks.
Holy shit, it just makes me want to be a student there, its just much more better than our sp campus.
You'll be amazed I tell you, and its not even fully finish yet!
We reach back at school around noon, and from the time you could tell us that we were starving due to the tour around the site.
Being Wednesday, our timetable ends at 12 so there were always tendencies to eat out.
Its been around a month or so, we were eating out every Wednesday...
I used to spent time with Timothy, Asri and thier friends last time before eventually playing soccer at Serangoon area near St Gabriel.
Its just I wanted to be around I guess.
But now being around with the guys from my class was much better and it was only natural.
Its only the 3 of us plus the occasional Fazela being around- as she's the only malay girl left in class- not to deny the fact that all of us are malays, hence the natural combo.
After much indecisive thoughts on where to eat couple with the grinding temple due to the hot weather, we ended up in Arab street, initially wanting to eat at a sarbat stall where they serve nice nasi sambal goreng
as said by Hatta.
But upon reaching we realise that it would't satisfy our tummy, the lunch was pre-packed.
So we headed to New Hawa, which is around the junction.
A notice at the shutters deny us from eating there.
It read: We have move to a new location at Selegie.
So we ponder around aimlessly with our tummy unfilled.
At a junction we came across a big sign of Sabar Menanti, which is quite popular with the malay makcik/pakcik
community for its Nasi Padang.
We headed straight there, settle ourselves, get our food and eat.
Not until we nearly finish that we realise we were at the wrong restaurant!
The one we were eating at were Selero Bundo.
Both were selling Padang dishes, they were side by side!
But its all good, we arrive just in time to get thier set lunch priced at $3.80(Rice, 1 main dish, 2 side dish plus a dessert).
I get myself the set lunch and add up a gulai sotong and a cup of bandung.
Jeng, jeng, jeng... the gulai sotong
cost me $3!
Anyway its ok, the food's good but still I believe it could be much cheaper...
For the sotong
lah at least.
Looking forward to more food outings.
A friend just confided in something with me.
I just like it whenever someone's open up and share.
Especially when you're starting to be close.
It makes me feel that they believe in us and we're trully regarded as a friend.
Not only as the object of hi's and bye's.
He'll tell me more later.
At the meantime,
I'm just telling that,
I'll be attending the Franz Ferdinand's one night only gig here.
I'm just telling...*here's a long one!