Tuesday, November 10, 2009

My first Moto-V Tour! (Moto-V 5th Anniversary) - 31st Oct to 1st Nov 2009

Having joined Moto-V for more than a year, I haven't been on a single group tour with them! Dang! Anyway, I made it up North with them this time around and never had a single dull moment.

We were at this wonderful place called Bob Homestay located at Kg. Johor Lama. It was fun-filled weekend!

Here are some pictures that captured some of the magical moments:
1. Wonderful breakfast @ Kulai as captured by Spectrum

2. A breezy stopover at Jason Bay as captured by Dahun

3. A panoramic group shot at Jason Bay captured by Spectrum

4. Bob Homestay as captured by Dahun

5. The farm animals running around the homey stay as captured by Dahun

6. The Kelong as captured by Dahun

7. Enjoying the sea breeze on the hammock as captured by Dahun

8. Fun & Games and sometimes horror too! :p as captured by Spectrum



- THE HANTU CONTEST as captured by Dahun

- THE HANTU CONTEST winner with the biggest "assets"... captured by Dahun

This is the first time Moto-V organised its Anniversary celebration overseas! It's a novel experience and I'm really thrilled to be part of it!

This certainly keeps me wanting for more!

Find out more about the event and Moto-V @ www.moto-v.sg

Monday, November 9, 2009

October's Double Happiness!

The month of October was really another milestone in my life, other than the Laos & Cambodia Tour done in May 2009!

The Engagement on 24th October 2009
It was a typical Saturday evening. I didn't suspect that there was anything unusual or special about that evening. We had dinner, watched a movie at the cinema and then proceeded to East Coast Park for tea and a stroll.

When we were at East Coast Park, Zhehong suggested that we went to one of those big rocks to sit and be closer to the sea. After much sand getting into my feet, we sat there.

We were having a good conversation. After some time, he suddenly got up, kneel down, took out the solitaire engagement ring and proposed. I was pretty taken aback not because I didn't know that he would propose, I just didn't know when.

Here's a picture of my ring and the beautiful roses:

The Second Milestone: My University Graduation
Hahaha! Now it's my turn to graduate!

I embarked on this Mass Communication degree when I was still working as a full-time Audio/Video Engineer. After many sleepless nights, hair-pulling and teeth gritting, I finally graduated with my Bachelor of Mass Communication!

Wow! What a blast for the month of October!