We flew KL-Tioman-KL by Berjaya Air
The waterfall we walked miles to see (well, it felt like miles!)
The guide stopped in the middle of the jungle to show us 'pokok hidung'
Save the turtle!
Blind Jo ( a 6-year old blind turtle at the turtle conservatory)
Fish we snorkelled at Tioman Island
Sunset from my window, facing the sea
money cannot buy...
My gf ni penakut.Nak masuk air, takut, nak snorkel, takut.Nak scuba, apatah lagi.I never knew she would be such a boring travelling partner.Haha.But we had a good time.She'd accompany me wherever I went.Yang pelik, masuk hutan pi waterfall dia tak takut pulak(just the two of us with a male guide!).I was like..oh tuhan..jgn la kami jadi mangsa rape...my zikir all the way, all the way.Haha.
The guide proved to be a professional one.Syukur alhamdulillah.My family will go on another trip and re-do what I did in Tioman.Same guide. :)
I came back with a bad flu.My panel doc said tolong jgn sebar kat org lain and wanted me to go around wearing mask (I miss Dr Jee who has migrated to Darwin.He would never ask me to wear a mask!)
Back at work.Meetings.Letters to sign.Papers to write.Theses to examine.Ohh mannn...I need another holiday.
But it's amazing how I could cook up something fast while invigilating the exam this morning for this evening's Fulbright meeting.I have Prof Ida to speak on IP again, Prof Aslam on religion and econ dev in Msia, Dr Vellayan on 28 years of zooing and the future of wildlife conservation (woohoo!), Sean Foley (yet to beep him) and Alan (yet to remind him) on coastal tourism.Oklah tu, given the fact I am now working on organising this alone.