Friday, September 16, 2011

Fabulous Eid Ever!

 Hello there. I have been very busy lately. It is not because I have a lot of work to do, but I have to visit so many places in a fortnight! Lol. It is Eid, so everyone took a long holiday for the celebration and for me, I got a 17 days of holiday! Yay!

That is my first Eid in Johor with people I love, care so much. But my Eid there is just for a few hours since I have to go  back to Kuala Lumpur to catch a flight on the next day. 

I reached Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) around 11.30pm (Aug 30th, ‘11), thus I have to overnight there since I have to check-in two hours before my flight to WP Labuan which was at 7.50am. I reached Labuan Airport around 10.30am (Aug 31st, ‘11) and was fetched by my Mummy and Daddy. Smile

My second eid celebration started with visiting graveyard – may those who have gone rest peacefully. After that, we went to Daddy's’ brother house since they held an open house. My days there were just only visiting and attending the open houses. Open-mouthed smile

After a couple days in Labuan, my Nenek planned to celebrate Eid in Brunei and asked me to come along but unfortunately, the where some circumstances had taken place. Therefore, I went to Sabah instead of Brunei.

 This time a sigh a lot since the journey from Labuan To Tawau was such a long journey. By ferry from Labuan to Menumbok ,  it takes about two hours. From Menumbok to Kota Kinabalu, it takes also about almost two hours by express bus – if the roads are not jammed. From Kota Kinabalu, I took the fastest express bus to Tawau which takes only nine-hours journey. The common express bus takes about 12 hours from Kota Kinabalu to Tawau.

I reached Tawau from Kota Kinabalu as early as 5.00am – Sept 5th, ‘11 (started the journey from Kota Kinabalu to Tawau at 8.00pm – Sept 4th, ‘11) in the morning and fetched by my uncle. I spent about three days there enjoying good times with my cousins and helping my aunty in her canteen.

After a few days, I went back to Labuan. That’s all for now. I’ll be posting more of my visit to WP Labuan and Sabah State soon. Smile

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