It's Friday! I climbed Broga Hill last Wednesday. It was boring but the sceneries are beautiful, or should I say majestic? Yeahhhh! I like climbing, trekking, hiking and stuffs a lot. Perhaps because I am used to these kinds of stuffs which are more challenging, so I did not really enjoy the easy way. However, it was a nice experience. Allow me to feed you with the pictures that I've taken.
|Arghhhhh! I cna almost see it...Its the climb...la la la la...it's the climb...la la la la|
|Chaiyokkk! Thank you cute boy for the pose. Where were your parents again? Haihhh...|
|New Zealand much? Yeahhhh I love the photos. Eh! UPM shirt!|
|One word, BEAUTI-F-U-L!|
|Aihhhhh...you can reach the top estimately around 45 minutes to an hour..depends on your speed and the weather of that day. It was raining when I reached the top so we had a little trouble going down....But it was fun.|
|See....it was quite dark by 9.00 a.m on that Wednesday. I felt like I'm in the music video of Blown Away, Carrie Underwood. I was standing on the rock at the second station.|
|From the eyes of those who are at the third station.|
|The top! Fourth Station...Politics up the hill...hmmm...Malaysians!|
Something that I don't like or hate for that matter was, people ate at the stations...Obvious they were hungry because I could see and smell Nasi Lemak, Roti Canai and Roti Gardenia. It was okay for me me (I do understand that they were in a Hunger Games competition) but things got dirty when they decide to throw their leftovers be it the foods, polystyrenes, plastics bags and a few other things.
Didn't they see the notices 'Go Green' all over the place? Aren't they have manners? These are the irresponsible people who always complain that 'Malaysia is dirty'. They are the main subjects for this thing to happen and yet they point fingers on all of us as 'Malaysians'. What the...!
Hope you get it...till then, that is how