Tuesday, October 27, 2009
I would like to offer you some stuffs for FREE~~~!!!!!
The items are:
- 2 bookshelves
- 1 small cupboard
- 2 bedside tables
- 1 IKEA metal drawer rack (3 drawers)
- 1 IKEA table
For your info, it's first come 1st serve =)
Siapa yang mahu sila e-mel: email@example.com
PS: This items can be pick up from my house after 11/11/2009 =)
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Some of you might be interested to know that there is an actual museum we can visit at the heart of the UNSW. Just found out this recently and thought I could share with you all. And to top it all it's FREE for students of UNSW. Normal charge would have been $10 per person. Can't comment much on it as I have not been there but it would be insightful to know how different diseases progesses.
For more infomation you could check out this website otherwise just scroll down
Between 3:00pm – 5:00pm each weekday visitors can explore this fascinating collection themselves or listen to a description of displayed specimens and disease processes with a specially designed audio tour.
Visitors are able to use a unique mp3 device with infra-red capabilities that enables them to hear descriptions of specific specimens and exhibits as they tour the Museum. Most recordings feature an expert member of the UNSW academic staff describing the macroscopic changes in the specimen and relating these to the cause, symptoms and treatment of the disorder.
3:00pm - 5:00pm, Monday to Friday
Ground Floor, Samuels Building
The University of New South Wales
Corner of High & Botany St, Kensington
Transport and Parking:
Pedestrian access via Gate 9, High St or Gate 11, Botany St
Express buses (891, 890) run regularly from Central during semester.
Many non-express buses also stop at UNSW (370, 393-97, 400).
Child(under 15 Years) $5
NOTE: The Museum is generally not considered suitable for children under 15 years. All children under 15 years must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times.
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Sempena hari mulia di bulan mulia ini, marilah kita semua beramai-ramai berkumpul dan menikmati hidangan yang pasti menyelerakan dari chef-chef yang sudah pasti "nyaman" memasak.
Tempat: Rumah Suhara
Tarikh: 17hb Oktober 2009
Masa: 2 Petang
Sesiapa yang ingin membawa makanan serta minuman sila jangan malu-malu untuk berkongsi selera.
Suhara, Miza, Lyla
P.S First come first serve
Selamat Hari Raya to everyone. Hope you all had a fulfilling Ramadan and Syawal. Maaf Zahir & Batin to all.
Feeling you need to get away and do something different and stamp a memory during your stay here? Thought this might interest some of you thrill seekers.
Friday, October 02, 2009
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
would like to inform you guys there will be a small gathering at the four girls house (dorang Amal n Bee Ting) in Kingsford tomorrow night. It'll be potluck, so do bring something even if it's just a bit.
When? Thursday, 24th September 2009
Pukul? Around 7:30 p.m.
Where? For the full address you can contact Amal at 0415583601 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Terima kasih dan selamat malam~ =D
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
this is a compilation of the raya greetings from everyone which was taken at random. Do enjoy.
P.S. This same video will be uploaded on youtube and posted here as it offers better quality. If there are any objections do tell me yea? Once again, enjoy the video.
Saturday, September 19, 2009
Sudah hampir sebulan kita berpuasa di bulan Ramadhan pada tahun ini. Harap kita semua telah mengambil kesempatan untuk beramal ibadat di bulan yang penuh kerahmatan ini. Mudah-mudahan ibadah puasa kita akan diterima oleh Nya jua. Amin.
Kini tiba masa nya untuk kita menyambut kedatangan bulan Syawal yang penuh kemaafan. Oleh itu, mari lah kita sama-sama berkumpul bagi memeriahkan dan memuliakan Hari Raya Aidilfitri pada tahun ini. Pakai lah cara Melayu atau baju kurung abiskita yang cantik-cantik atu supaya lebih menjadi('happening') lagi sambutan kitani walaupun berada di perantauan. Abiskita semua adalah dijemput untuk hadir ke majlis tersebut.
Tempat: Kediaman Majdi, Fadhli and Bo Jun
Sehubungan dengan itu, ada bisai nya jika abiskita dapat bermurah hati membawa hidangan makanan dan minuman untuk dihidangkan pada hari tersebut. Kami juga memerlukan piring, sudu, garpu dan cawan plastik. Mudah-mudahan sumbangan ikhlas abiskita akan mendapat ganjaran pahala daripada Nya jua.
Kepada mereka yang bukan beragama Islam, abiskita juga adalah dipelawa untuk hadir ke majlis tersebut untuk memeriahkan lagi sambutan kitani.
Di kesempatan ini saya juga ingin mengucapkan Selamat Hari Raya, Mohon Maaf Zahir dan Batin kepada semua umat Islam di mana saja berada.
Sekian. Harap maklum.
Here is a message from ISOC UNSW. Eid will most likely fall on Sunday, 20th September 2009. So there will be an Eid Ul-Fitr prayer (Solat Aidilfitri berjemaah) held at UNSW ROUNDHOUSE.
7:15 a.m.- Takbir
7:45 a.m.- Solat Aidilfitri berjemaah
8:00 a.m.- Khutbah by Sheikh Feda' Almajzoub
8:15 a.m.- Social and mingling session
The prayer is open to all Brothers, Sisters, and their families and friends. So please join us. Hope to see you guys there.
Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri. Maaf Zahir Batin!
Friday, September 18, 2009
The schedule for the trip is as follows:
9.00 am: Drivers meet up at Hertz, KingsCross, City to pick up their cars.
9.30 am: Drivers and passengers meet up at Yummyfish's resident.
10.00 am: Depart from Yummyfish's resident.
1.00 pm: estimated time to reach Canberra
: Beraya at Floriade Festival
3.00 pm: Open House at Hi Comm
5.00 pm: Beraya
7.00-9.00 pm: Back to Sydney
8.00 am: Return car before Lecture
Schedule may vary depending on what time Eid prayer ends if the first day of Eid falls on Monday.
Drivers, please arrange a meeting point with your passengers before meeting up at Yummyfish resident.
Kalau ada Silap dan Salah,
Mohon Maaf Zahir dan Batin ☺
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
The Brunei High Commission in Canberra is organising Hari Raya Open House as follows :
Date : Monday 21st September 2009
Time : 15.00pm - 17.00pm
Venue : Brunei High Commission
10 Beale Crescent
Canberra ACT 2600
Dress : National Dress
Everyone are welcome.
RSVP ( 02 6285 4500 ) or through email.
Pg. Ayup Pg. Hj. Othman
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Hope everyone had reap the benefits of Ramadan so far. We are hoping to gather all the Bruneians at Suhara's place for a Sungkai Gathering.All are welcome.
Place: Suhara's Flat
Date: 12th September 09
Time: 5 pm
It will be a POTLUCK style - sorry guys and gilrs. We are drained of chefs and ideas of dishes to cook. Do feel free to bring in your specialities and delicacies for all to share and may all be rewarded for the deeds.
Please drop in comments to let us know what everyone will be bringing:).
Hope to see you all there. Selamat Berpuasa.
Saturday, August 22, 2009
Just a little news I received from the ISOC to share. Please find below the excerpt:
UNSW Muslims will provide iftars a few nights a week this year. These are announced at the jumu'ah, and are written on the board in the musallah. At the moment we are planinng to have our first Iftar on Monday 24 August 2009.
Every other day, there are dates left in the musallah and drinks.
The Iqamah for Isha' prayer will be at 7:15 pm and Tarraweeh at 7:30 pm. These times are fixed through the entire month of Ramadan insh'Allah. Prayers will be held on level one , Squarehouse.
Thursday, August 20, 2009
Just to wish everyone Ramadan Mubarak. For those who are interested to get sms notification on the start of Ramadan and Eid do visit this website and follow the guide.
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
The faces of people high on udang and lauk salai.
As the Ketua Kampong said on the tagboard, thank you everyone for coming. Thank you for bringing food and finishing the food. Thank you Ka Suh again for being an awesome hostess. Pictures will be up on Facebook when the photographer's internet is up and running again presumably by this weekend. New BASS family members who haven't joined BASS group on Facebook, you can do so by clicking the link at the bottom right hand corner of the page. If you haven't got an account , I suggest you make one.. *cough*Wazzybear*cough*
Sunday, August 16, 2009
Heya guys, this is a rough draft of the sem2 holiday road trip as planned out by Mr Ng and Mr Kheng. It takes place from 6th to 9th Sept and has trips to hunter valley, reptile park so on and so forth. As a majority of us are fasting, this limits us to sightseeing and less 'streneous' activities. If you want to look up for more info about the places we are goin, search for it at google. lol, cheers
6th Sept – 9th September
Day 1 Sunday
Meet at pick up point
Depart for Australian Reptile Park
Arrive at Australian Reptile Park
Depart for Hunter Valley
18 00 onwards
Dinner and Check in
Day 2 Monday
10 00 – 18 00
Visits to winery and cheese factory and chocolate factory plus sightseeings
18 00 onwards
Dinner and free time to explore
Day 3 Tuesday
Depart for port stephens
Arrive at port stephens
12 00 onwards
List of activities to be decided
-fighter world (aircrafts)
-dolphin & whale watching
-guided koala walks
Dinner and check in
Day 4 Wednesday
09 00 onwards
Continuation of the list of activities stated above
Day 5 Thursday
Meet up and depart for Sydney
11 00 (optional)
Aquafun water activities
12 00 onwards
Travel around Sydney CBD
For more information on Australian reptile park, hunter valley and port stephens please refer to the websites stated below
The rough estimated expenses for this trip includes
Meals: 60 – 90
Car Rental: 70 – 90
Accommodation: 100 – 120
Activities: Undetermined ( ~150)
TOTAL: 380- 450
The above expense list is just a ROUGH GUIDE on how much you’ll probably spend throughout the whole trip.
The plan above is just a draft so changes are highly possible so if you have any doubts or suggestions please leave a comment.
Please leave your name if you are interested and try to confirm by the end of next week (22nd August) as prices of accommodation and transport may rise as we approach the holidays.
Lastly, we would do our best to locate halal restaurants to eat so you do not have to worry about not having any proper places to eat.
Wednesday, August 05, 2009
Monday, July 20, 2009
Friday, July 03, 2009
For those of you who use supplementary phone cards to call home, I found this enticing web. Personally I found the Africa Home the best at 300 minutes or so for $8.99 (just insert Brunei in the country space)at a minimal rate of 0.05 cent per minute and there is no rounding of the minute!!.
Have a good day! Bila lagi makan?
Monday, June 29, 2009
H1N1 Flu cases are on the rise. To date, 29 cases have been reported in Brunei and hopefully no more to come. I know some of us, well almost all of us, would not be staying in during the holidays. So it is part of my obligation to share with you guys some tips/precautions that I've got from the MOH website.
10 steps for keeping yourself and others safe:
- Wash hands frequently - with soap or alcohol-based gel sanitizer or disposable wipes.
- Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
- Avoid close contact - especially with those who are sick
- Stay home when feeling not well
- Cover mouth and nose with tissue when coughing and sneezing
- Keep distance from others if you're unwell
- Practise good health habits - drink plenty of water, sleep well etc.
- Consult doctor if you have signs of serious illnesses such as difficulty in breathing, confusion and severe vomiting.
- Defer travel to affected places if possible.
- Keep updated with the situation.
- High Fever (>38 degree celcius)
- Sore throat
- Cough and runny nose
- Joint and muscle aches
- Vomiting and Diarrhea occassionally
To download those leaflets, click here and here.
Lastly, have a nice holiday and stay safe everyone. :)
Sunday, June 21, 2009
For those who have not been to Koala Sanctuary Park or the Featherdale Park - do visit this site:
All you have to do is print the voucher and you get your deal!!
Good luck for your exams and have a lovely holiday.
Friday, June 12, 2009
I am forwarding this invitation to take part in a Contact Lens study. It's not my study. Sorry I could not attach the PDF file that comes with this message, however there is a $20 reimbursement for each visit, therefore a total of $100 for the 5 visits.
I don't know the details of the study but you can direct your queries to the student at her email below.I think normals who never wear contact lens may also take part in the study.
All the best with your coming exams.
We are recruiting volunteers for a contact lens study (we have Plano lenses as well).
Briefly, you will be required to wear contact lenses 8 hours per day/ 5 days per week. This is for a minimum of 14 days or maximum of 21 days (participant's choice).
It involves 5 visits in total and a gift voucher of $20 per visit as a compensation for the travelling expenses.
Interested participants are requested to contact either
Dr Isabelle Jalbert on email@example.com
Moneisha Gokhale on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please find attached, the study poster.
Friday, June 05, 2009
One of the must-watch movie of the year, Transformers 2 is coming very very soon. Me and Fadhli are planning to watch it at IMAX after exams. So who's up for it? Those of you interested please purchase your own tickets few days before the movie. Because you need to show I.D to be entitled to the 2for1 vouchers...for more info please read the comment box of this post...
- Movie: Transformers 2
- Where: IMAX @ Darling Harbour
- new date: 27th June 2009
New time: 6.00PM (requested)
- Price: $21
WHYYY watch at IMAX, you might ask, when you can watch at Hoyts for 10bucks???
This is why------->> Director Michael Bay will shoot key sequences of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen with IMAX cameras. Bay will integrate the IMAX footage with state of the art CGI to create an unprecedented look and feel for the highly anticipated sequel to last year's box office hit, Transformers.
Still not convincing enough?? Here's the latest trailer....click on the link to view..
Transjamban...err i mean Transformers 2
Saturday, May 30, 2009
Friday, May 29, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
This is allegedly the biggest international light festival in the southern hemisphere. Was informed there would be fireworks - not sure exactly when that will be.
Check out this site for further details
Monday, May 25, 2009
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
And these 2 guys were trying very very hard :P
Sunday, May 10, 2009
Just some photos from the last game to complement Waznah's awesome match report. Thanks Waz! =D Once again, congratulations to the boys for winning the tournament. OLE OLE OLE OLE~ Special credits to our top scorer, Fadhli, and to our awesome goalie, Zarif, who only conceded 5 goals in the tournament. And of course to all the players for the hard work. To the supporters, thank you for coming to the matches and thank you for your endless cheers to lift our spirits up. BASS should make a gathering to celebrate the victory. A barbeque at the end of the month maybe? heheh..
Gaya mau tau, main mau tau!
Friday, May 08, 2009
Kick-off was a little after 4pm and it looked promising. Yamin's first attempt to score came at 23 seconds but Kampung Utd's defences came up and Zarif was put to hard work. Zarif could not save the one that flew right above his head and the score was 1-0 to Kampung Utd just after 4 minutes. After that came a series of attempts by BASS fuelled by frustration and haste across the futsal court to try and level the score. This included Fadhli swivelling on the floor in order to gain control of the ball and another of Majdi's attempt from the mid-line which missed the top of the net. BASS supporters got on their feet and started cheering for the boys in hopes of keeping the boys' spirits high. At this point, even the common man-triangle did not seem to get past Kampung Utd's defence.
Half-time whistle blew and as usual, BASS boys restrategized in their huddle.
The second half was not pleasant to watch from the sidelines. The boys were very verbal, had furrowed brows and movements were antsy-pantsy. Majdi and Hafiz attempted another few shots which had all the power but no proper direction. The boys looked tired but at the eighteenth minute, the sun suddenly shined as Majdi passed the ball to Fadhli and he scored from the right side of the net.
Now, Fadhli can be a name that should be associated with the term 'Man of the Match' as he dribbled the ball passed Kampung Utd's goalie who made the mistake of leaving the goalpost, two minutes later. Too easy man! Too easy. BASS won 2-1.
Comment Fadhli? "Thanks to the supporters who shouted so much that it made us win... Shouted so loud that it made us tuli..."
The boys also got their medals presented by MSO's president, Kokulananda Makentharan. The pictures are somewhere (hey, I just write). Congrats boys!
Sunday, May 03, 2009
Saturday, May 02, 2009
So click play.....
I have come to understand that these players have never really seen a video of them playing futsal.. I've spent quite some time creating this so I hope you guys like it.. Pardon me if any terms are not correct, not that there are many to start with anyway.. The video is not stabilised cause that'll take longer time, so excuse me kalau terlampau begagar, hehe.. And the quality is not up to my expectation so if you want to view it in HD, watch the original file from my Mac :)
Friday, May 01, 2009
Apparently, Miza can add being psychic to her CV.
Team midfielder, Majdi first power kick led to a corner kick but we lost out on the first try at a goal. Forty seconds in, Fadhli's attempt at another goal hits the outside of the goalpost. We were close again to a first goal of the match when Hafiz tried again just after a minute. UNSW SSA proved to be on top of their game when they scored in the second minute and they lead by 1-0. Singapore's lead proved to be a wake-up call for our BASS players when they managed to keep the ball in the SSA's corner and although the Singaporeans seem to tower (yes, in height) above the BASS players, Majdi and Hafiz missed out on two other opportunities to score. If you've noticed, our goalie, Zarif did not have much to do in the first half.
During half-time, BASS players took the opportunity to huddle and re-strategize and whatever El Kapitan Asqa said definitely turned things around.
At 14 minutes 29, Hafiz's golden foot chipped the ball passed SSA's goalie and the level of excitement of BASS supporters (Nisah, Laila, Miza, Hadee, Salwa, Kak Suhara, Amal and Aimi) was measured by the surge in noise. Then, 30 seconds later, Majdi scored a goal that can only be comparable to David Beckham's 1996 Premier League goal from the halfway line because that's exactly what he did. BASS was on a roll! A minute later, Fadhli managed to bring the score to 3-1.
SSA's frustration was evident when they fought back but Zarif fought back harder and made terrific saves. But when BASS supporters were on their feet and blocking my view, man-of-the-match Yamin scored the fourth goal and as Stevie Wonder would say, THAT signed, sealed and delivered BASS's fourth victory.
When asking Yamin for a comment: "Ngalih eh..."
Captain Asqa: "In the end, we got what we want". Surely, I thought, all these wins were fruits of labour and lots of practice time? "No, not really."
Thursday, April 30, 2009
Terminator 4 movie is coming up in the Australian cinemas, so let us have a movie marathon this weekend.
When : Saturday, 2nd May 2009
Venue : 7/62 Houston Road (Fadhli's, Majdi's and Bo Jun's place)
- Terminator 1 : 1.45 - 3.30 pm
- Terminator 2 : 3.30 - 6.00 pm
- Terminator 3 : 8.00 - 9.45 pm
If you are soo free please come and stay for all the 3 movies, otherwise either 1 or 2 is fine =)
On behalf of,
The 7/62 Houston Road Residents.
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
The second half was a messy affair for BASS and the opponent controlled the game for most of the time. It was a nervy moment for BASS and their supporters when the opponent hit the post three times in quick successions. Abu, who was having a quiet game made some good clearances. On the sidelines, the supporters duo, Aimi and Ka Suhara became part time coaches and cheerleaders. BASS had their fair share of good chances but Fadhli and Hafiz were guilty of failing to capitalise on any of the chances. BASS held on and the scoreline remains 5-0 until the final whistle.
Here are some of the pictures from the match.. Sorry for the poor quality..
BASS players in action..
Team photo after the match..
Supporters and part-time coaches..
All in all, it was a good game for BASS. It was disappointing not to score in the second half but at the end of the day, it's the win that matters. Next up for BASS will be a match against SSA on Friday, 1st May 2009 at 3:30pm. Hopefully, more BASSers will show up in the next match. *ehem ehem*
Gaya mau tau, main mau tau! =D
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Friday, April 24, 2009
Here's the first match report which is slightly overdue due to unforeseen circumstances (=p). The first match for Brunei's BASS futsal team was against PAAN, one of the malaysian teams in the tourney. Here's a summarised info on the team and the details of the match:
* Zarif (GK)
Brunei BASS 7 - 1 PAAN
1st Half (2-0)
1st & 2nd goal:
First goal was scored by Qasman which he described as being lucky since the ball accidentally deflected off his knee and went passed the keeper into the net. A fierce war cry followed which in turn uplifted everyone's spirit even more.
The second goal for Brunei BASS came from Qasman as well with an accurate top corner shot which again was followed by another fierce celebration. Both of his goals wouldn't have been true without the assist by Asqa's precise and accurate passes.
2nd Half (7-1)
1st goal conceeded:
The goal came after a miscommunication between the goalkeeper and one of the defenders at that time. One of the opponents came rushing in at the loose ball which the goalkeeper tried to clear but failed which in the end led to PAAN closing in the gap between the scorelines.
BASS players continued to pressure the opponent’s defence in order to create more goals and widen the scoreline. Fadhli’s shot proved to be fatal as it deflected off one of PAAN’s defenders and gave BASS a 3-1 lead in the match.
The fourth goal was executed by Yamin with a very cheeky flick which again boosted the team’s confidence and morale. Again this was made possible through Asqa’s assist.
One of the best goals of the match which saw precise passes and vision which leads to a marvelous combination between the BASS players and led to the 5th goal which was again scored by Fadhli. It started from Majdi -> Asqa -> Abib -> Fadhli (goal).
Brunei BASS continued their rampant pressing which in turn led to the second last goal of the night. This time it was done by Asqa following an assist from Fadhli.
Zahrin scored the last goal of this exciting match which wasn’t possible if it weren’t for Majdi’s long and accurate pass. The long pass was ended with Zahrin’s superb trademark goal which he deemed as “kalok” (Heheh).
All the players did a very good job even though they were nervous at first. Their performance can be described as an exponential function after the 2nd half started (batah kn panas heheh). Not to forget, our goalie which denied PAAN’s several attempts to score to get back into the match. Congratulations to the BASS players for a superb performance in the first match!
Here are the figures (true as of 20/4/2009):
Qasman - 2
Fadhli - 2
Yamin - 1
Asqa - 1
Zahrin - 1
Asqa - 3
Majdi - 1
Abib - 1
Fadhli - 1
Gaya mau tau, Main mau tau!
p.s. Happy Yoooooooo!
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Anyways, this post is a little late due to an oversight by me. Do accept my humblest apologies.
HeREING are the details for other Bruneians Males out there in Sydney who are interested in joining in:
ENTRANCE FEE: AUD$10 PER PERSON
TIMES: MONDAY, 9PM til 10PM and FRIDAY, 330PM til 430PM
VENUE: UNSW INDOOR GYM KENSINGTON (i think)
- 1 team consisting of 8 players
- 5 players to be participating in the field of play
- Rolling substitutions allowed
- The referee’s decision is final and there is to be no recourse toward the decision/s
- Each game is played over two 12-minute halves with a 1-minute interval between
- Be punctual. Being more than 5 minutes late will result in a forfeit.
- You must have at least 3 players on the field to play.
- All rules are based upon the rules & regulation stipulated by the Federation International Football Association (FIFA)
- The team that wins the soccer event will be calculated on points accumulated according to the points system.
- In the event of a tie, head to head outcome will be the 1st determining factor and if draw, goal difference will be taken into account.
- If both points and goal difference are equal, the overall points for the event will be split between the winning teams.
- Win = 3 points
- Draw = 1 point
- Lose = 0 points
The first match was last night, and the BASS futsal team had an epic win of 7-1 against PAAN (Malaysian Team?). Mr Zarifdana will be posting a match recap later on in the day. CONGRATULATIONS FOR YOUR FIRST WIN ESPECIALLY FROM ME AND THE REST OF BASS. Keep it up! BRUNEI BOLEH-YAKIN~ YOU CAN DO IT ALL NIGHT LONG!
Here's the Match Schedule for the entire tourney:
3.30 pm – Apan v. Kampung United (2-1)
4.00 pm – Kampung United v. Chun Sin (2-2)_________________________________________
Monday 20/04/2009 (W6)
9.00 pm – Apan v. SSA
9.30 pm – Paan v. Brunei
3.30 pm – Kampung United v. SSA
4.00 pm – Apan v. Brunei
Monday 27/04/2009 (W7)
9.00 pm – Brunei v. Chun Sin
9.30 pm – Chun Sin v. Paan
3.30 pm- Brunei v. SSA
4.00 pm – Paan v. Kampung United
Monday 4/05/2009 (W8)
9.00 pm - Apan v. Chun Sin
9.30 pm - Chun Sin v. SSA
3.30 pm – Paan v. SSA
4.00 pm – Kampung United v. Brunei
Monday 11/05/2009 (W9)
9.00 pm – Apan v. Paan
I will try my best to send everyone updates and coverage of this event. To all BASS SYDNEY SIDERS, show your support by coming to watch the matches if you can!
With that, assalamualaikum.
Monday, April 20, 2009
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Ka Suhara (Right) and the fantastic delicious homemade food (except the cake lol), THANK YOU
Also, a very SPECIAL HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO KA LIYANA! Here's the vid of the celebration:
Happy Burfday as well to Ramizah and Waznah who couldn't make it today. We all wish you luck on your thesiseses. Easter Break is over... back to work everyone! See ya all around. XD
Friday, April 17, 2009
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
We would like to extend a cordial invitation to everyone for a feastful thanks giving ceremony in conjunction with (Ka)Sahara’s move to a wonderful new abode of peace, (Ka) Liyana's extension to proceed to a PhD and in the appointment of the new Ketua Kampung (and I guess thanks giving for everyone here). Free-flow of drinks and food (err) will be provided. Anyone wishing to bring along extras for everyone to feast on are more than welcomed to do so otherwise just come along and have a relaxing day.
Venue: Flat 29 Forsythe Street, Kingsford
Date : 19th April
Day : Sunday
Time : Lunch 12:30pm.
(P.S: Sorry the actual unit no of the flat is not disclosed here for security reason), however please contact either me (Liyana) or Suhara for further details at the email addresses below.
Anyone who has nothing exciting plan this Saturday are most welcome to help us out with the preparation of the "makan-makan". The more the merrier.
To the newly appointed Ketua Kampung, would you bless the ceremony with prayer of thanks?
Feel free to contact us:
For those who add us to their facebook can contact us there too.
Monday, April 13, 2009
As the title speaks for itself, I was unofficially assigned to organize a trip to Blue Mountain. So for those of you who have not been there and are keen and excited to explore more of the Blue Mountain, you are most welcomed to join us. The more the merrier. :)
The details are as below.
When: 18th APRIL 2009 (This Saturday)
Please be at the Central Station by 8:00 a.m. I was informed that the train ride to Blue Mountain would take approximately about 2 hours. So if we were to be there by 8:00 a.m., we can then take the train that leaves the Central at 8:18 a.m. (The next train available to Blue Mountain would be an hour after that). Click here for the train schedule.
The Blue Mountain Explorer Link ticket would cost you for AUD$51.00 (The AUD$29.20 ticket is for concessions only. SORRY!!!). This ticket includes return (same day) CityRail travel to Katoomba Station with all day access to the Explorer Bus.
Things to see and do:
Blue Mountain offers wide range of activities - from bushwalking to visiting the Chocolate Factory to getting onto the world's steepest passenger railway. For more info on the great attractions that the Blue Mountain has to offer, click here.
So our meet-up point for that day would be at the Central Station. Please RSVP this event by putting your names in the comment box or the chat board by this Thursday so that we can do the headcount.
Friday, April 10, 2009
With 41% votes from BASS's members.. This is our new ketua kampong!
hehehe.. Congratulations Ketua!
Any complaints and dissatisfaction regarding the result tidak akan dilayan.. :)
The new ketua kampong will start his duty today.. But first, he will go on for a vacation to Cairns with the former Ketua Kampong.. hmm, politics.... So any concerns and matters that need his attention will have to wait until Friday..
and oh.. Before everyone leaves for Cairns, Melbourne and road trips, I'd like to say..
Enjoy your trip and stay safe...
Sunday, April 05, 2009
First and foremost, the thing nearly everyone seemed never satisfied with, is the final price.
So if your going on this trip, just bring $200, should be enough to cover everything insyaallah. Next is the actual trip plan.
University of New South Wales, Kingsford. Please be at the pick-up point before 10am and sediakn all your barang. Pack lightly (clothes for two days, swimming, and toiletries). NO SUITCASES. I will charge you a excess baggage fee if you do! Also, if you don't want to spend alot, pack some food and drinks. The first day we are going to be in the car alot, so wear comfortable clothing and bring entertainment (book, handheld game, mp3 player, pillow). I know the car is a bit small, so I will try to arrange a lot of pitstops as possible.
Bankstown. My 1st proposed pitstop for the day. There are a lot of halal restaurants around this region including fast-food (MCD and KFC), so we can stock-up or have some breakfast/lunch here.
ACTIVITY 1 (2-5PM)
Blue Mountains. Looks like blue mountains is on again. Ka Suhara and I decided to put it back on cause that was the whole point of renting the car in the first place. Mostly be sight see-ing. Lau sempat, there is this apple farms closeby, and we can try freshly baked apple pies. Nyum.
PIT STOP 2 (7:00-7:30 PM)
Campbelltown. Dunno what exactly is here, but its the best place to stop en-route to jamberroo. Take a half an hour to stretch your legs and refresh yourselves. Theres a shopping mall here too i think, wouldn't hurt to check it out.
ACTIVITY 2 (9pm onwards)
Check in to the Harp Deluxe Hotel, Wollonggong. This is a fairly standard hotel. I've already booked 5 rooms, 2 person per room . The description is as follows:
"Harp Deluxe Hotel. Just 100 metres from WIN Entertainment Centre and Stadium and the Crown Street Mall. Located in the centre of Wollongong's restaurant and entertainment strip. Great value! "
We can probably have a late dinner and look around a bit. Rest, Relax and have fun.
DAY 2, SUNDAY (12TH APRIL 2009)
JAMBERROO ACTION PARK ( MORNING - 5PM)
We are going to spend the whole day at the park. Not sure what the check out time is, but dont have to worry since the park and hotel is not that far from each other. Its Sunday of Easter weekend, so its gonna be crowded and its better to buy the tickets beforehand. I havent bought the tickets yet, so I recommend you guys buy of the net. Here's the address:
Please notify me once you bought the tickets. I didn't do it cause it'll be too much hassle collecting money from you guys. Just print them out once you purchase it and don't forget to bring it on the day of the trip!!! If you have trouble with buying the ticket, please contact me aite!
BACK TO SYDNEY (5PM ONWARDS)
No deadlines here, the park closes at 5 and we are free to go whereever we want by the end of the day. So this part is still open to discussion. We don't have to go back at 5 either, if we leave earlier we can still make it to the royal national park north of wollongong. Lots of stuff to see there!
Anyways, thats the plan and the price. We're happy with it. I'll see you guys on Saturday! ROOOOAD TRRRIIIIIIIIIIIP!
Also a ,
HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY TO
Hope you all had a good one. Cheers!
Saturday, April 04, 2009
Daylight saving for NSW will end tomorrow morning (5th April 2009) at 3:00 a.m. (Technically, LATER at 3:00 a.m.). Once the clock strikes 3.00 a.m., the clock will be put to an hour earlier. YEAY!!
bah that's all.. Don't forget to change your alarm clocks and watches and laptops (if they are not automatically changed).
Friday, April 03, 2009
2. Chee hwa
9. Ka Suhara
There will only be two cars. Jamberroo check-in possibly cancelled, so return trip to Sydney will be on Sunday night. 1st day plan most likely beach or national park hopping. Check into backpacker/hotel is still confirmed for Saturday night. Me and chee hwa thinking of camping, LOL. Prices total definately turun. Will post new prices once I settle the rental pricing with is suhara.
Oh and one final note:
Happy Birthday to Mr Habookiiit Abu Crazy talking Zahrin.
I owe you 5 more 'chakra suppressing' pokes. XD
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Due to numerous complai- I mean 'opinions', I have changed the rental plan and instead of renting one auto and one manual, I am renting two automatic cars. The consequence of this is the total price of car rental have shot up significantly. I will do my best to minimize this and will give an updated price as soon as I can.
Cheers - Hadee
Heya you guys, I've just booked the two cars for the upcoming road trip:
Cool kn? We have one more car, which Ka Suhara is booking. heheh, anyways, there are estimated 12-15 people going:
4/ Wei Wei
5/ Abu Zahrin
7/ Hafiz Talip
8/ Miza Hashim
9/ Neena Yapp
10/ Fiqah Aziz
11/ Ka Suhara
12/ Yamin Hashim
13/ Nisah Maryam (Not confirmed)
14/ Ramizah (Not confirmed)
15/ Ray (Not confirmed)
To the people who haven't confirmed: Please tell me in advance if you are not going so I can find someone to fill the spots. Jgn last minute cancel.
The price for the car rental is officially
Sorry couldn't get the price any lower, all the cheap cars already sold or booked. Anyways, thats the latest for now. I will update the itenary for Saturday again soon because some people dont really like 'randomness' and prefer a 'plan'. If you want to have any 'inquiries' or 'dissatisfaction' with my service, don't hesistate to call me at my number.
Thursday, March 26, 2009
This is to inform all interested of the road trip I am organising this easter holiday.
- Suburb exploring
- Tutup mata, tunjuk d map and go
Dinner and check in at hotel/inn/hostel. Tido