Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Amusing, Funny and Trulili!

I found these Post Cards with quotations in the internet through I really had an LOL with these cards!

Monday, August 29, 2011

How to spend my one week holiday at home productive, fruitful!

I was pest off! One week off! I should have plan this ahead kalokah but anyway I am still grateful to God that he gived me the opportunity to travel. Lately, I have been thinking a lot of what should I do regarding this one, Grrrhhh :-(

Google the best search engine on earth gived me this one and I am inspired of doing what this blogger ( is talking about:-)

Getting up early
Get up around 9 or 10 in the morning at the latest daw and make myself a coffee and perhaps a light breakfast. check  e-mails and watch some news. Hokey:-)

Blogging / my websites
Good Idea Blog na lang ng Blog coz During  holiday daw, We are at ease thus we can brainstorm any interesting topics. This allow us  to write as much as four or five articles or pages at  the same time, and it gives us a satisfied feeling of spending our time productively. O divah!

Language learning
 I will think about this - hahahha watcha think Bellisima Ganda? hahahaha

Fitness / sports
Gym ng Gym or Jog ng Jog and we need to spend an increased amount of time to do sports.Yun yun

Cycling in the park
Hmmm Corniche is on my mind  on this thing and why not try this week and saunter the long stretch of abudhabi corniche malay mo may Papang feel ang kgandahan ko:-) chos

Visit a lake or the sea side
Again another great idea nang makamunimuni at mag fantasya hahahaha divah ganda pinoy stories kaagad!

Tidy up my room
Tumahhhh medyo untidy na ang room ko sa katamaran kech.

Cook something really special
why not coconut! Voila My favorite Hawaiian Pork Ribs or Shrimp cook in garlic and sprite vengga

Evaluating my investments/finances etc
Holidays are a great time to take a closer look at my finances  and my spending habits etc. Baka max out na ang card ko stoppage na magkaskas. Well, actually thats what I am doing now!

And last but not the least, Spending a holiday at home does not need to be boring or dull. You just need to be creative in making you holiday home fun fun fun

Saturday, August 27, 2011



 Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam - Không Có Chi -Welcome! Cảm ơn chị/ Cảm ơn anh-Thank You(Male/Female)!
Interesting Facts of Viet Nam as per Wikipedia: Vietnam is approximately 331,688 km2 (128,065 sq mi) in area (not including Hoang Sa and Truong Sa islands), larger than Italy and almost the size of Germany. The combined length of the country's land boundaries is 4,639 km (2,883 mi) and its coastline (excluding islands) is 3,444 km (2,140 mi). The topography consists of hills and densely forested mountains, with level land covering no more than 20%. Mountains account for 40% of the area, with smaller hills accounting for 40% and tropical forests 42%.

Vientianne/Paksi, Laos - Sa-bai-Dee - Thank You!  Boh pen yang - Welcome!
As per Wikipedia the term "Laotian" does not necessarily refer to the Lao language, ethnic Lao people, language or customs, but is a political term that also includes the non-ethnic Lao groups within Laos and identifies them as "Laotian" because of their political citizenship. Laos has the youngest population of any country in Asia with a median age of 19.3 years.Laos' population was estimated at 6.8 million in early 2009, dispersed unevenly across the country. Most people live in valleys of the Mekong River and its tributaries. Vientiane prefecture, the capital and largest city, had about 740,010 residents in 2008. The country's population density was 27/km2

Siem Reap/Phnompenh, Cambodia - Muhn ay te or Unjuhn - Welcome! Aw ko-oon - Thank You! Bong - Mate!
Interesting Facts about Cambodia : The civil war and neglect severely damaged Cambodia's transport system, but with assistance and equipment from other countries Cambodia has been upgrading the main highways to international standards and most are vastly improved from 2006. Most main roads are now paved.
Cambodia has two rail lines, totalling about 612 kilometers (380 mi) of single, one meter gauge track. The lines run from the capital to Sihanoukville on the southern coast, and from Phnom Penh to Sisophon (although trains often run only as far as battambang. Currently only one passenger train per week operates between Phnom Penh and Battambang.

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