Thursday, July 17, 2008

Bangkok trip

For the past two days, I have been back in KL for the past two days. It is great to finally see my family again after a hiatus of five months.

Something pretty exciting thing happened that disturbed the tranquility of my life last week, a few days before my planned trip home. I shall blog about that later.

I was in Bangkok from the 12th to the 15th. It was a group of 14 guys and 1 girl. It was too short, but we managed to visit the Chatuchak weekend market, the Grand Palace and a lovely session of spa. The spa was excellent and the choice of it was an unexpectedly pleasant experience which deserves a repeat.

I bought 3 pairs of short pants, 5 shirts (including my first purchase from Zara), a belt, a bag, a pair of underwear. There were also souvenirs for my colleagues and a Naraya handbag for my mom which she likes a lot.

Another highlight of the trip was the seafood dinner we had. It was at this place called Lek Seafood. The food was really delicious and I especially like the seabass in lime sauce and curry crab.

Anyway, the main thing was that Nyk and I finally went on a trip together. Our unforgettable maiden trip to the land of a thousand smiles. It was also the longest time I got to spend with Nyk. A full 100 hours non-stop continuous physical presence of him. He got to know me a tad better and I also found out some interesting things about him.

Time really flies when we were there. Now that I am back in own room, I miss waking up to him beside me, receiving a morning kiss and hug.


Jaded_Jeremy said...

Mana the exciting and interesting stuff ar?

NotHamsap said...

what can be more exciting than waking up next to the people you love/like? and the morning hug and morning kiss.

by the way, hope it's going well between you and Nyk and it eventually works out.


Derek said...

jaded_jeremy: In due time, dear LOL

nothamsap: Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment!

Yup, that is the best thing in the world. And thanks for the wishes *hugs*

William said...

I want more than a kiss! :P

I enjoyed the trip thoroughly, dear. Many memories.

Jason said...


Many thanks to JL for making the trip a reality ^^