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Vay-Kay-Shen weekend! =D

Am going to Tioman Island yo! It's almost 4pm on yet another Friday and am at the edge of my seat with excitement about this trip. I haven't had a vacation/break/roadtrip/holiday (whatever you wanna call it) since May 2011 when I went to Singapore with Alphatin and Jasper.

This time around I'm going with my crazy fun colleagues. We've planned this since about a month ago and eventhough it was touch and go almost to the very last moment, we finally decided to just go with it. So what if the drive to Mersing takes about 5 hours from KL? So what if we're driving tonight to reach Mersing at 4am to catch the 5am ferry? So what if the ferry ride to Tioman Island takes 2 hours? So what if, after all that, we're only staying in Tioman for one night, and going back to KL on Sunday, AND working on Monday? BWHahahahahahaha! Yep, toldja we're crazy. :p

But you know what, it's gonna be a lot of fun, I reckon. All I know is, whatever it may be, am not gonna get all stressed up about the vacation, am not gonna take things slow, not chasing castles in the sky, am gonna sit by the beach and lounge about. Yeaahhh... I think am all set. hehe.

Okay, time to wrap things up. I have this assignment given to me today which is due on Monday but am gonna wing it. Let's FLYYyyyyyyyyyyyy... like a Rocketeer.... lalalalala....

Catchya peeps!


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