It’s Christmas Again!
I believe most people do have their own Christmas wishlist.
Well, just a note to everyone. Christmas it not exactly a religion festival that can only celebrated by Christian only. In fact, it is a festival that encourage people to care about people around them, and also to learn to share the love with people around. And the easiest way to do so, is by giving a gift that they wish to have the most. This can actually show that you care and you know what they like the most.
But of course lar, if your sister wish to have her ex-bf to get kill, you don’t so sohai go and kill her ex-bf lar.
Nowadays, everyone also busy work to support their life (yeah lah, Barang Naik so much nowadays). Therefore, the simplest way to show the love, is by getting the gift that their love ones wish to have the most, provided it is within the budget, coz now toll also raise price already mah.
Anyway, I don’t want to talk so much crap already.
I straight go to the point, my wishlist for this Christmas!
1. inWatch One
Well, this is different than the Samsung Galaxy Gear. This watch itself is the phone. Mean you can just bring this watch and a bluetooth headset, and you are ready to receive and make phone calls!
This smart watch even come with an induction charger, means you do not need to plugin a cable to charge it!
Damn cool ler!
* General network: GSM (bulit-in SIM slot), WiFi, BT, GPS
* Dimension: 55*40*13.5mm/2.17*1.57*0.35inches
* Weight: 250g
* SIM card: support
* Screen: 1.54′ OLED touch screen,240x240px
* Android 4.1
* ROM: 4GB
* Working Memory: 512MB
* Camera: 2MP
* Browsing time: up to 3h
* Standby time: up to 120h
* CPU: 1.0GHz Dual-Core inDroid
* 3-axis G-sensor
* 3-axis Magnetic sensor
* Gyroscope sensor
* BT 3.0
* Intelligent voice control
* BT earphone
* Wireless charging
* Cloud control
* Battery: 500mAh
Well, as some of you know, I do like China gadgets. This smart watch is actually a China phone.
There are 1 model which is 1GB RAM and 8GB ROM. But I just want this 1, already more than enough already!
2. Samsung Galaxy Trend II Duos
I always like to use dual SIM phones. Currently I have 2 dual SIM phones, 1 is a China Android phone running GingerBread 2.3.7, with only 600Mhz CPU single core and 512MB RAM. Another 1 is my work phone, which is a junk Ninetology Palatte i5300, which often give me fucking much problems!
The China Dual SIM phone is actually 1 of the item in my wishlist, although it doesn’t have a QWERTY keyboard. Read post:
I wish to have this phone in order to replace my stupid work phone that always causing me unable to receive calls, hang while in the tele-conversation, hang until reboot while I read email etc. Well, it even so amazing that even I just open the SMS, it can hang! Although I have rooted it to disable most of those bloatwares that come with the phone!
Anyway, I am not going to write about this phone’s specs, as this is not a product review, and the info can be found in GSM Arena. Just search on the Google and you will get tons of info about this phone.
And don’t suggest me about Galaxy Grand, it is too big, and my MTK dual SIM phone is 5.3″. I just want a smaller screen dual SIM phone.
3. Proton Persona SV, Proton Exora, Perodua Myvi SE, Perodua Alza
Both of my cars are giving me a lot problem recently, it is time for me to change a new car.
Although my dream car will always be Lamborghini Murciélago and Enzo Ferrari, but then again, who the fuck will drive these cars to work and stuck in jam everyday lar? I am just a system engineer, not Uncle Lim who work in Genting Highlands anyway.
Myself, I am currently considering of purchasing either 1 of these 4 cars. But then again, if someone give it to me as Christmas present, I will just say “Thank You” and grab the key straight.
Again, as mentioned above, this is not a product review, so just search in Google yourself about the specs of these 4 cars. Just a note, the Persona SV is still not officially release yet, but it is just the same old Persona with some enhancement, so nothing much difference you can see anyway.
Seems like this post is quite long….
Anyway, my wishlist is still very long. Maybe I will be posting it as another post after this.
If you intend to get me present(which I wish it will happen), but with limited budget, perhaps the next post is what you want to read.
Just a note, the item #3 is what I wish the most at the moment.
After attending the press conference in Avani Sepang Goldcoast Resort, us media were brought to Banghuris Homestay, Sepang. We were welcomed by a bunch of kompang players who played the traditional welcoming music with the kompangs.
There’s kenduri-like atmosphere
Fresh coconut juice beckons us.
The young coconuts were very refreshing.
Upon arrival, our host insist that we get something to eat first. Mee soup was served for late lunch/ tea. This is Malaysia. Guests were never allowed to be hungry.
Fried Tempe; soya bean paste coated in light flour batter and deep deep fried. Good on it’s own or taken as a condiment with the mee soup.
Our host made sure that we enjoy our kampung visit to the fullest by throwing us a durian feast.
Will you just take a look at that? Fat, creamy durian kampung for us to enjoy. I shamelessly ate more than 3 durians myself!
After satisfying ourselves with the durians and awesome food that our generous host has prepares for us, we went and checked out the fishing pond. Fishing is part of the activities provided by the Banghuris Homestay.So, you must give it a try. You’ll never know if you’ll end up with a bucketfull of fishes.
Our media friend showing us how to fish with bamboo fishing rod. Totally kampung style.
The fishes that we got.
After fishing for a lil bit, we walked around the homestay and spotted lime trees. Here’s my boy checking out the fruits.The trees was abundant with fruits. We plucked some and popped em into our mouth…but it was so sour. D
Walked further and ended up in a bamboo forrest. It is so beautiful. The place makes a fabulous photography and shooting spot.
Finally managed to get some honeyed bamboo shoots. Great as masak lemak cili api.
Group photo at the bamboo forest
Next stop is the mock rubber plantation for the rubber tapping activities. Yup. Rubber tapping is another activity provided by Banghuris Homestay. A must try for you city folks.
The rubber tree
Not too bad for first timer. I tried rubber tapping and managed to make the tree bleed.
Next stop is the rubber processing station
All things rubbers, still raw and not fully processed.
One for the album Because time limitation during this trip, we only managed to try a fraction of activities in Banghuris Homestay. If you feel that going rubber tapping and fishing is not your cuppa tea, there is plenty more activities in Banghuris Homestay that you can try.
Right now Banghuris Homestay is offering RM250 for a 3days 2 night package that is inclusive of meals and planned activities. Great for kids during school holidays and for those who wants to experience a kampung life. Info on Banghuris Home stay, should you interested in staying there:
Kg. Hulu Chuchoh
Well, literally, it is derived from the English word ‘Volunteer’ and ‘Tourism’ and as the word suggest, it is a combination of volunteering and tourism that enable tourists and travelers to volunteer for a good cause while sightseeing or traveling. Sounds good? Well, it sounds good to me.
The goal of the program is to encourage a better tourism development in 2014 and allow people from all walks of life to be involved in Malaysian tourism. The program kicks off with 1Malaysia Green, 1Malaysia Clean where volunteers from all walks of life can help out with cleaning and beautifying initiative in Bagan Lalang Beach, Sepang.
Anyway, the Voluntourism Adoption Initiative Program includes:
1Malaysia Green, 1Malaysia Clean- involves volunteering in beautifying tourism spots and keeping them green and clean.
1Malaysia Voluntutoring- involves tutoring in language,hospitality and all sort of skills by volunteers in Homestays and tourism spots.
1Malaysia Volunsharing- one that almost everyone can participate. Through volunsharing, volunteers may share their traveling experience on various social media platforms; Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, blogs, etc.
1Malaysia Event- involves volunteers participation in helping out with Malaysian tourism events.
1Malaysia Culture and Heritage- involves volunteering work in promoting cultural tourism spots and heritage conservation efforts.
Mou signing ceremony between Malaysia Tourism Board and participating NGOs.
Interested to participate in the voluntourism program and help make Malaysia a better tourism spot while you enjoy your travels and sightseeing?
In case if you are looking for some Christmas songs to listen, and lazy to find 1 by 1, here is a very very long track with 3 hours long of Christmas songs.
This is the list of the songs names:
0:00 Here Comes Santa Claus — Bing Crosby
3:05 Feliz Navidad — Beth and Scott
5:32 The Christmas Waltz — Frank Sinatra
8:33 Winter Wonderland — Aretha Franklin
10:41 The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year — Andy Williams
13:09 Jingle Bells — I have no idea who the artist is
15:25 Sleigh Ride — Johnny Mathis
18:20 Carol of the Bells — Mormon Tabernacle Choir
20:45 Santa Claus is Coming to Town — The Andrews Sisters
23:25 Silver Bells — Bing Crosby & Carol Richards
26:27 The Christmas Song — The Osmond Brothers
29:07 I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus — Andy Williams
32:15 Wonderful Christmastime — Paul McCartney
35:59 Santa Claus — Harry Connick Jr
40:35 Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer — Gene Autry
43:46 Rockin Around the Christmas Tree — Brenda Lee
45:49 Sleigh Ride — Jack Jones
48:31 Blue Christmas — Elvis Presley
50:36 White Christmas — Bing Crosby
53:32 Jingle Bell Rock — Bobby Helms
55:41 The Christmas Song — Nat King Cole
58:47 Jingle Bells — Frank Sinatra
1:00:45 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas — Frank Sinatra
1:04:09 Sleigh Ride — Ella Fitzgerald
1:07:04 Winter Wonderland — Tony Bennett
1:09:14 Let It Snow — Dean Martin
1:11:08 The Most Wonderful Time of the Year — Johnny Mathis
1:13:51 Home for the Holidays — Perry Como
1:16:40 Little St. Nick — The Beach Boys
1:18:46 A Holly Jolly Christmas — Burl Ives
1:20:57 Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer — Elmo and Patsy
1:24:23 Merry Christmas Darling — The Carpenters
1:27:26 Here Comes Santa Claus — Elvis Presley
1:29:20 Happy Christmas — John Lennon
1:32:47 Jingle Bells — Diana Krall
1:34:57 Deck the Halls — Ottmar Liebert
1:37:57 Mr. Heatmeiser — Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
1:42:18 Winter Wonderland — Johnny Mathis
1:45:30 Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) — Mariah Carey
1:48:00 Frosty the Snowman — The Beach Boys
1:49:51 Let It Snow — Harry Connick Jr
1:52:22 A Marshmallow World — Dean Martin
1:55:00 Christmas Canon — Trans Siberian Orchestra
1:59:16 Silent Night — Sarah McLaughlin
2:03:00 Sleigh Ride — Arthur Fielder & The Boston Pops Orchestra
2:05:59 We Need a Little Christmas — Johnny Mathis
2:07:53 Santa Baby — Madonna
2:10:26 O Holy Night — Placido Domingo
2:14:21 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen — Bobby Vinton
2:17:26 It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas — Johnny Mathis
2:19:38 I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas — Gayle Peevey
2:22:14 Stille Nacht — The King’s Singers
2:25:25 Joy To The World — Mormon Tabernacle Choir
2:27:58 Ave Maria — Luciano Pavarotti
2:32:50 Waltz of the Flowers — Leopold Stokowski
2:37:15 White Christmas — Frank Sinatra
2:39:48 Frosty the Snowman/Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer — Henry Mancini
2:42:12 O Holy Night — Luciano Pavarotti
2:46:16 Hallelujah Chorus — Mormon Tabernacle Choir
2:50:05 Mistletoe and Holly — Frank Sinatra
2:52:21 The Christmas Song — Mel Torme
2:54:25 Christmas Don’t Be Late — Alvin and the Chipmunks
2:56:44 Here Comes Santa Claus — Gene Autry
2:59:13 We Need A Little Christmas — Percy Faith
3:01:20 White Christmas — The Drifters
3:05:33 The Magic of Christmas Day — Celine Dion
3:08:11 Silver Bells — Johnny Mathis
3:11:41 Suite from The Polar Express — Alan Silvestri