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Blurred Evidence of Fun!

Okay, as a continuation from the Eclipse premier outing...

Now, Khalis (we have to find him a pseudo name for my blog.. AH!! Jasper! Makbed thought he looked a little like Jasper Hale), okay, so Jasper is defined by Alphatin as coming from the musically inclined side of the family, where as Alphatin is from the tech family. Being that, Jasper told us that he got free VIP (must stress on the VIP) tickets to a charity concert featuring Bunkface and Hujan (local indie rock bands). This was to happen on Saturday night at Live Centre KL.

I'm not a huge fan of the two groups but I have heard a few of their songs. Same goes for Alphatin and Rocku. But can't say the same for Jasper though nor for Irah (hence known as Bree), Jasper's adorable lil sister.

When we got to the venue, we were expecting DROVES of fans to pack the scene. But it wasn't full house. Even so, KUDOS to the two bands. They really rocked the house and gave a stellar performance. Whatever little songs we knew, we were totally schooled that night with their other songs. FUN!

Hujan vs. Bunkface - 10th July 2010

Before and during concert

After the concert with Alphatin and Rocku

Alphatin, Bree and Me

Jasper and Alphatin

And obviously, we got hungry so we ate. Nothing special there...

After our supper Jasper brought us to this place on top of a hill right smack in the middle of Ampang where we can see the whole of KL! It was amazing! Alphatin and I definitely felt like tourists. Who knew there was a place like this? Okay maybe you know but I didn't.

Ampang Look-out Point (sorry the photo is blurred)

We hung out there for a while having fun and enjoying each other's company while taking silly blurred photos with our camera phones. Ahaha!
And just because I like this photo of me and Rocku :)

Sunday was also a lot of fun. Spent time with the fam and my niece and nephew and after that with my cousins Rafflethazzle and Elfirrathazzle. Hardly any pics but this was what happened. :D

That's actually the go-kart being stacked up :P

I ran out of moolah so I didn't go on the go-kart. But it's the hanging out that was so stellar. Yep, Sunday was not too bad and overall the weekend was fantabulous! Let's hope next weekend will be just as much fun. Yayy!


simawarhitam said…
love it! thanks (still jeles sbb tak leh pi.)
Shugabelle said…
Hehehe. 'Sokay babe. Next time we bawak havoc ke Lumut pulak ek. :D

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