...is what you take when you can't take what you've been taking any longer.
That is what the IT Guy told me this morning and yes, I think that is just what I need!
Just the other day my friend from Malaysia Skyped me and asked me when I'm coming to visit Malaysia...I've never been there for years now and I've been wanting to go back there. Good news...now that I'm out with my current employer (today is my last day!) I can go on vacations as often as I can...that is because their leave policy is more employee friendly and the fact that now I can afford to travel more...what a joy!
So Malaysia here I come!!!
But when am I going there? Well...as impulsive I am in shopping for shoes I am not just that when it comes to travel. I always plan. And I plan to travel this August! That will be a good birthday gift for myself...plus IT Guys birthday is mid-September so i guess...it will be a good gift for ourselves.
And since I'm now financially wise...ahem, planning ahead should let me save right? And sure it does because I just saw (and thanks so much to Internet!) Accor Hotels City Super Sale. (Hotel rates in 27 cities across 10 countries in Asia Pacific on super low low prices!) And wow a hotel along lakeside at around $44 a night? Oh my! You've got to see it yourself...here is Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside. I also plan to pass by Singapore to visit few friends and since this super sale is for a limited time only I have to call IT Guy now and let him confirm the date. LOL
And I can just so many things to do when I'm there...and oh no, not just shopping. I have friends to meet and places to visit. This time I just want to visit places....like visit place and walk around the city. There are a number of historical spots and architectural landmarks like the Petronas Twin Towers. And...ha...I'm going to Batu Cave! It is a large limestone hill shaped like one big mound, where the middle part holds the main cavern with 272 steps leading up to its entrance. Predominantly a religious site of worship for Hindus and in there are altars and statues. What I love most about that place is the opening in the roof of the hill, where sunlight filters in through into the cave. I'd love to be there again...