Just had my so-called 4 days holidays in KL/Putrajaya. On whole, it was a memorable one. Red letters and indescribable. Thanks to everyone who make an effort to make my holidays there a nice one although I understand the busy schedule you guys are leading! You guys are just the best *aww*.
On 3.20 PM of 14th March 2009, me and Mak departed from Alor Star airport and sampai at KLIA about 4.20 PM. We took the ERL and reached Putrajaya/Cyberjaya ERL station and saw Abg Zam with Rifqi were waiting for us. I’m so happy to meet my nephew. He seemed so active although a lil’ bit peaky, I have to say. Kakak was waiting in the car as it was actually raining cats and dogs. Oh My God! I can’t describe the sentimental nostalgic mood I was having that time when I finally set my footsteps at Putrajaya – after 3 months away. Seeing the familiar places I used to roam around for the last 0ne and half years ago (during my banking tenure) bring nostalgic mood – Mak was like giggling and said I’m being my classic me – over sensitive! *rofl*. We went to Alamanda for lil’ bit of shopping (for Mak more like) and then headed to Restoran Soto at Sungai Merab (which so happened near Ardeanna’s house).
On 15th March, I went to Midvalley to meet up with fellow ex-colleague bankers Regie and Yatie. Unfortunately Moana, the ‘Moan’ (ahhaha) couldn’t make it. It was nice to see them back and catch up with each and everyone’s life! So happened that all of us were no longer being employed by FORMER BANK (hehee). Yatie now is working at a multinational bank whereas Regie was at the verge of deciding whether to take the new post; she then told us that she decided to follow her heart and we were just happy for her! Go Regie! =). A get-together at Chicken Rice’s Shop couldn’t get better and we then headed to Times Square! Wow, it’s just nostalgic seeing Times Square- a place I used to roam for time killing (after work,etc). I always like Times Square because it has less crowd, spacious but commendable exclusivity (sort of). Around 7.45 PM, I headed to Kl Sentral to meet up with Kat a.k.a. Kathleen Nandong! Been ages since I last saw her and we just catch up what’s -hot-and-not in our lives. I appreciate her for making an effort to meet me although she was so tired as she just finished her induction day back at Kuala Kubu Bharu! Dressed up in her induction long-sleeves shirt, we simply had our chat at Rasamas. Miss her so much and I’m glad with what is happening in her life now a.k.a. Cloud 9 (Hahahhaa).
The tomorrow, I met up with Imat. From Midvalley (yeah, again!), we went to Universiti Islam Antrabangsa’s compound at Gombak to ambil some of his supplier’s goods (sort of). It was raining heavily and the traffic was like so congested with vehicles; so we practically roam around (in the car) around Gombak, Taman Melawati, etc (I really have bad memories on places in KL). Although it was drizzling, we then went to Taman Tasik Titiwangsa (yeah, I’ve never been there. Shame me, I know!). We called it a day off at Kl Sentral (My fav spot? LOL!) after we had dinner there. Thank you Imat for the time and everything =)
The last day, I was thinking of meeting up with Naz but he was so busy with endless meetings. I totally understand that and appreciate him making an effort to try make an effort to see me. Takda rezeki la kot. But anyway, I’m quite OK with that as I get to spend quality times with my nephew. I’ve been busy going-out and yet to spend time with him. Mak was like saying that Rifqi was looking for me the day before. I just love him to death although I’m not a baby-sitting type. He has gone to be very active although a lil bit peaky but quite cheeky as well. It just so magical to hear him calling “Ye Ye!!!” *rofl* The last day I became the ‘kuda-kuda’ for him and everything possibly can although Mak was the one who did all the poop-washing (hahaha). That evening after Kakak and Abg Zam came back to work, all of us went to KLIA. Mak and I boarded the 8.10 PM flight and off back to Jitra.
Above all, it was a magical holiday. An ensemble of nostalgic mood and corny cliches, it all creates a whole new world. Alhamdulillah. =) And suddenly this song comes into my mind when I come across the word “A Whole New World.” Hehhee. Timeless song. DON’T LIE!!! I KNOW YOU GUYS LOVE THIS ALTHOUGH IT’S CHILDLIKE/CHILDISH! =). It’s all so magical…