Seekhee was in town!

I know, this entry is kinda obsolete, I know it without anyone telling me so… busy ma!  

On 15 April 2007, 傻婆Seekhee was in KL for her 1-week IELTS workshop. We had our gathering at 1 Utama.



Encounter: Bumping into Hunter and Eik Kiau

Itinerary that I planned exclusively for Seekhee on 18 April: night market in Taman Connaught, Cheras and SMART 

Before heading to the market, I picked Seekhee from LRT station to my office first because I was still engaged in a discussion. She seemed deeply impressed by the way I labeled my stapler 

Label: Sam’s

Label: Whoever steal this stapler

Label: will be cursed to death

Next, we went to the pasar malam for dinner + shopping fiesta and to meet up with Bing, Billy, Su Ee, Joseph and Fan. I always strongly recommend shopaholics to visit this most happening night market in KL, you can get really cheap yet nice stuff! Worth mentioning, Seekhee is another witness to testify how dumb and helpless I am when it comes to directions  

It’s actually kinda paiseh to take this photo in the full glare of publicity, i.e. at the pasar malam…

We shopped till we dropped then we set off to SMART. This was what would happen when you brought a bunch of siao people into the tunnel:-

The video: (There were more crazy videos actually, but too bad, .MOV files are not compatible with Windows Movie Maker, which is the only video-editing software I have with me…)


Gratifying our desire to do skiing…  

The photos:


Last stop for the day. Someone cute from my office was dragged along too

4 Responses to “Seekhee was in town!”

  1. 1 sc May 3, 2007 at 11:18 pm

    dear, i\’m more attracted to \’that\’ calendar on your working table!
    joseph was very unhappy he got dragged along, apparently..
    i think billy\’s ballerina-like-jumping is great!

  2. 2 billy May 4, 2007 at 6:03 pm

    haha..OMG skiing in smart tunnel

  3. 3 Yee May 6, 2007 at 7:59 pm

    suecing is same as me…the calender is the highlight..hahaha

  4. 4 St. May 7, 2007 at 4:58 pm

    Damn! I must be gay for not noticing the calender

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