Hold up, wait what? Really? YES, REALLY! Tell me more, tell me more!!! Okay! We live in one of the most boring new developed areas about 40 Km out of Kuala Lumpur City Centre. You know, those standard suburban areas without public transportation or anything meaningful to do or having shops on walking distance. That …
No More Urban Jungle!
This Covid-19 period taught us something. It taught us something very important. Read more what it is!
Facewell Facebook (pt 4)
Facebook is a terrible invention. I am happy that I am out of there, though it is only a month or so. However, it is enough time to have 'forgotten' about it, how it is not part of my life anymore, or, how I'm no longer part of Facebook's money making machine. But I also …
A new road trip and finding family (after 24 years!)
The brilliant and magical Sunday morning I wrote about couldn't end better! Do you know those days? When there is a nice flow and energy that this flow continues throughout the whole day? That you meet unexpected things or that you are in unexpected situations you always will remember?
Such a day was this Sunday.
Malaysia is an Islam/Muslim dominant country, which also has a multicultural society, has a democracy, and that we are living peacefully with each other. I would like to speak up against the rising Islamophobia in the West by giving my input in the debate in a positive way from my own experience trying to give …
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Why the 14th General Elections (GE14) in Malaysia are EPIC and why voting matters
The finale of the 14th General Elections (GE14) in Malaysia are Epic. There simply is no other word than epic to describe the course of these elections. It teaches that voting matters. It teaches that your right to influence your country absolutely is possible. In Malaysia, after about a 60 year rule of the leading coalition, Malaysians voted the opposition in power.
Kampong Trippin’ (Final part in Malaysia’s East Coast Series)
I did not want to take that wiggling bridge again we took entering the docks I wrote about in Pt 3 of this series. In little boy's excitement I did cross it once and that was more than enough! Still blown away of the 'National Geographic' walk we saw the main entrance and walked out, …
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Get. Out. Of. Your. Comfort Zone and be Amazed! (Pt 3 in Malaysian’s East Coast series) (Many! pictures after text)
Whenever you plan a travel, usually you plan with a certain expectation. Most of the time this expectation comes true and you have had a very nice travel but also, a couple of years later, you forget about it till you see the pictures back again. A more memorable travel is when the experience exceeds …
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Stripping on the beach (Pt 2 in Malaysia’s East Coast series)
I was going there too taking some pictures and suddenly, as a little boy who sees the ocean for the very first time, stripping till my underwear and ran in the ocean!
Cars vs. Elephants (Pt 1 in the East Coast Malaysia series)
Slowly but surely I discover more and more about Malaysia and that's terrifyingly amazing! To celebrate our anniversary we made a 3 day trip to the East Coast of Malaysia and the next few blog posts will be about that. It's not like a diary style of writing, but more taking you with me through the most memorable experiences. This starting episode is about humans vs nature and the transition to a new comfort zone.