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Ibu yang mengandungkan Walid, nenek kami, kami panggil Che'.Telah pergi bertemu Pencipta sewaktu aku darjah tiga. 2009.Dah lama.Tapi, insan yang seorang ini sungguh special di hati Walid. Sebab Walid jarang senyum dalam gambar, kecuali gambar yang ada Che' sekali.So, petang tadi Amuh ikut Walid pergi ziarah kubur Allahyarhamah Che'.Dan Amuh berbunyi di group WhatsApp."Esok lepas solat raya, kita terus ke rumah Ayahlong. Kemudian, balik ke Kg. Raja. Pukul 10.00 pagi sampai Kg Raja dan pukul 11.30 pagi pulang ke Taman Haji Da dan solat Jumaat di Pengadang Baru. Sekian laporan dari pusara Che'." -AmuhAbang antara yang respon... "Kirim salam kat Che'.""Che' tengah tidur."*****Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri semua. Maaf zahir dan batin. Kalau ada tersalah kata, terguris hati dan sengaja buat salah, aku harap dapatlah korang cari secubit rasa ikhlas dalam hati tu untuk maafkan aku.Dan untuk Che' dan Bapak (arwah atuk belah Ummi) juga At…

Love At First Sight


God, I didn't even have a clue I'd be doing this thing right now. This is me getting bored and having nothing to blog about. (I actually have to blog about MSKP but I'm not in the mood since I forgot everything's that happened before Japan, time seems to move too fast)

I used to do this all the time before. OK (*3*)

1. If you could change something about your home, without worrying about the expense or the mess, what would you do?
Uh, enlarging my room? And adding another five bookshelves? Duh?
Okay seriously I'd do that. Also, I want a swimming pool and a garden where I could spend time reading there.

2. What was the last thing you bought?
Angah's birthday present.

3. Would you go bungee jumping or sky diving?
How about both? I can do with some extreme activities for now, since I feel like I have all the time in the world (this is an understatement). Or maybe some of these roller coaster rides would do.

4. Do you have a garden?
Please refer questi…

Day 6: Ueno, Ginza and Akihabara


Day 6 consists of nothing else than more shopping and eating. In the morning we headed straight for Ueno for more souvenirs. I didn't get anything since I'd bought my fair amount of souvenirs at Asakusa. So, my trip to Ueno only involved wandering around the place with Iman, Haidah and Ain Mamarazzi. Okay, I did stop for buah potong which was tawar ahaks :')

After Ueno, we went to Masjid Ueno, which was so comfortable and nice. We could spend all day there hahahahahaahaha we solat jama' and berjemaah Zohor and Asar. We lepak lepak for a while before marching for a Malaysian restaurant owned by Malaysian Chinese in Ginza. It is quite famous. Sensei said if any of the orang kenamaan Malaysia came to Japan, they'd order food from this restaurant.

And the best thing is, the owner sponsored our meal! They served sambal sotong, kangkung masak belacan (the best vegie dish I've ever tasted, keep in mind that I don't eat that much veges), telur dada…

Day 5: Asakusa, Tokyo Cruise, Odaiba and Masjid Tokyo

Hiiiii assalamualaikum! My mood for blogging went down for a few days hehehe. I didn't even switch on my laptop. So, today is about Day 5 in Japan!

We kicked off from our hotel early in the morning after breakfast. Of course, it was the routine destination, which was the Monzen-Nakacho station. The plan was to head for Asakusa, to buy souvenirssssssssssss!

And so, we arrived there and everyone went about their own way. I walked around with Su at first, and I found a shop that sold 6 magnets for 1200Y... I guess, I can't recall. Hahahahahhaa. So I bought 12 magnets. Lolz. Do set in mind that if you are to go traveling, NEVER compare their currency with ours. If you do so, you won't be buying anything because everything's gonna feel like, "Weh mahalnya." Pffft

Here, in Japan, 100Y is like, RM1 in Malaysia. Although the current exchange rate is 100Y is about RM3.08. Getting a canned carbonated for 100Y is considered as normal.

Okay, back to Asakusa shopping.

I w…