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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Artwork: Ideas Come From Lyrics





Assalamualaikum and hello guys!

Happy Tuesday and I wishing good luck to who those start to be matriculation students today. May Allah ease everything for you guys. Ameen. It has been a long day (a week), I didn't update new post. Well, I've no stories to share with you guys. 

But today I want to share some artworks that I made last night. Since I had insomnia (I guess) and I can't sleep early, so I practiced my writing/ typography skill.. Ideas come from lyrics such as Ellie Goulding's "Love Me Like You Do", Nick Jonas's "Chains", The Weeknd's "Earned It" and some of that, I found quotes from Google. 

Firstly, I painted watercolor on watercolor paper and then I wrote quotes on it. I'll frame my typo artworks so I can hang it in my room. I think I should decorate my room because I'm sick with old decorations!






Sayonara.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Memories: 16/05


Assalamualaikum and hello guys!

I would like to share some photos that I took yesterday. Before that, Happy Teachers Day to all teachers in the world especially my mom (yes! she is a teacher). Okay, yesterday we (ex-classmates 5 Alpha 2014) had made a small gathering. We hangout together although some of them couldn't joined us. But nevermind, at least I could meet them before all of them leave me (alone?) to achieve their dreams (further studies). We spent time together to eat, chat, laugh, shopping and we-fie!


Peek-A-Boo!







 11 + 1 out of 26.



Thank you for the Iced Caramel Macchiato, Aqis!

I love all those candid photos even though sometimes my face expression is derp as troll face. Heol! I just realized that my 'tomatoes' (cheeks) are getting chubby. Sobs ;____;

p/s: Last night, I watched Pitch Perfect 2. Fat Amy is the best! She can't stop make me laughing. Gosh, Pitch Perfect 2 are so funny and funnier than Pitch Perfect. HAHAHA.

Sayonara.

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Recipe: Congo Bars




Assalamualaikum and hello fellas!

Past two days, my cousin who pregnant asked me to bake Congo Bars for her. Okay, fine. I baked for her since she's craving for my Congo Bars and she is pregnant! Just want to remind to not hurt women's heart who are pregnant.

Some of my friends were asked for my Congo Bars recipe too.. So why not I share with them, right? 
Okay, let's we start!

Ingredients:
315g all-purpose (plain) flour

2½ tsp baking powder

½ tsp salt/ a pinch of salt

150g butter

320g brown sugar

3 eggs (grade A)

1 tsp vanilla extract

100g chocolate chips

100g sliced almonds




Steps:
1. Preheat oven to 170 °C for 20 minutes. 

2. Sift flour, baking powder and salt into a small bowl.

3. In another bowl, stir in brown sugar and butter until it softened. Mix well.

4. Using electric mixer, beat in the vanilla, add eggs one at a time, beating until it fluffy. 

5. Fold flour mixture, chocolate chips and sliced almonds into butter mixture using spatula. Let it mix well.

6. Grease the pan and spoon in the mixture. Optional: sprinkle with chocolate chips and sliced almonds.

7. Bake for 170 °C to 30 minutes, until a skewer inserted in the center of a Congo bars tests clean. 

8. Let it cool completely and serve to your beloved friends and family.





Sayonara.

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Random




Assalamualaikum and hello guys!

Good morning and may Allah blessing us today. Don't forget to say "Alhamdulillah" once you wake up from sleep every morning. Start your day with a big smile and always keep thinks positive!

Okay this is just a random post because I had an insomnia last night (and past few nights). I fall asleep on 3 o'clock and I woke up on 6. I don't know why I cannot sleep last night, so I guess I need to figure out the ways to make me easily fall asleep. Ahaaa! Maybe I can share it in my blog soon?

Once I woke up this morning, I performed solat Subuh and drove my brother to school since now is raining outside there. Oh~ I need my blanket right now but I have some things need to be completed by today. Ughh~ ㅠ________________ㅠ

So that's why I need caffeine to make me feel fresh today although I don't get enough sleep as a teenager. My breakfast today is just biscuits and Nutella (I guess no one can say 'NO' to Nutella) and hot Nescafe because my brother ate my favourite cereal until no left for me. Sobs. Life is hard, right? LOL.

Alright that's it for now. Gonna completing my tasks and I'll write a novel review because I've done read that Malay novel, "Saat Bulan Jatuh ke Riba".

Sayonara.



Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Artwork: The Master's Sun





Assalamualaikum and hello guys!

I'll try my best to update blog daily. Yesterday I just joined Nuffnang Malaysia. Yeah, I know I'm not so-up-to-date. Even though I know about Nuffnang since I started blogging but just now I finally get courage to join Nuffnang. Because I'll start to be a student (again) next month, so I hope I can earning some money from joining Nuffnang. That money will be my pocket money and I can buy some text books without asking money from my parent. I want to be independent! I know my blog isn't popular like others blog. But at least I want to earn something by writing blog. That's why I'll try my best to keep update my blog with useful topics. Insha Allah~

Okay, today I would like to share some of my artworks. Actually it just a rough sketch of The Master's Sun, a Korean drama series that popular on 2013. I still can't move on from watching that drama. Although I've been watching that drama for about 6 times but still I addicted to it! Medium that I used to sketch are Artline 200 (fine 0.2), Artline 200 (fine 0.4), Stabilo Point 88 (fine 0.4)― yellow, dark blue, orange, hot pink.






That's it. Insha Allah I'll post recipes soon. Just wait!
Sayonara.

Monday, May 11, 2015

Travel: Hatyai, Thailand (Day 3 & Day 4)





Assalamualaikum and hello guys!

Okay, this will be the last entry for my journey to Krabi and Hatyai last week. I will combine day 3 and day 4 in this entry.

Day 3. After we had breakfast in hotel in Ao Nang beach, we check out from that hotel because we will heading to Hatyai. On the way to Hatyai, we stopped by at Emerald Pool or mostly known as Sa Morakot. Spending time about an hour at there.

Emerald Pool are so beautiful. You can see the water clear like crystal and the water seems like greenish-emerald. It just woaw and it really amazed me! Again, indeed Allah's creations are amazing! 

You need to walking before you arrived at Emerald Pool. I mean the real pool! It took about 20 minutes walking and it's quite tiring. But once you arrived and get to see the crystal clear pool, you'll feel relieved. 

After that, we continue our journey to Hatyai. This time we stopped at . . . . . .  (I forgot what does the place name is) to buy some souvenirs and we also had our lunch at there. We heading to Chang Puak Camp, it's an elephant sanctuary. Unfortunately once I arrived there, my digital camera having a critical battery low and luckily I bring my film camera. I still don't develop the film, so no photos at Chang Puak Camp and Floating Market in Hatyai. 

We do elephant trekking at Chang Puak Camp. And elephant that I ride named as Abeng and she is a female. She aged 15 years old. After that we heading to Floating Market in Hatyai. We had dinner at there and I get an opportunity to try their unique ice-cream. It much unique compared to Sang Kaya Malaysia. They serving an ice-cream in ceramic pot and that ice-cream is home made and it flavors coconut. It so delicious! Last place we visited on that night is Cashew Factory. We shop cashew nuts at there as souvenirs for family. 

Since it's already midnight, we check in to our hotel. Our hotel in Hatyai is located at the heart of the city. In front of my hotel is a shopping complex. LOL.

Day 4. Ready to went home to Malaysia. Woke up early and shopping for the last time before we check out from hotel. After we check out from hotel, we heading to Nora Plaza to shop leather bags, shoes and so on. Then we finally arrived at Thailand-Malaysia immigration gate. We safely arrived in Perak on Monday midnight. Alhamdulillah.

I feel so happy because I get this kind of opportunities to discover new place. Thousandth thanks to my aunt who brought me to Krabi. May Allah bless you, aunt. I wish I could explore another places so I can learn about other different cultures and lifestyles. 

Life doesn't always has happy ending but happy ending always exist if you face the obstacles before you achieve the happy ending. So, enjoy some photos that I've captured. 


Coke ice-cream.

Welcome to Emerald Pool!



Crystal clear water.

Thailandese kid.




Tuk-tuk in Hatyai.




Having breakfast on last day in Hatyai at Salma Restaurant.

In front of my hotel in Hatyai.

Welcome to Nora Plaza!


Thailand-Malaysia immigration gate. Goodbye Thailand~!


That's it. 
Sayonara.

Travel: Krabi, Thailand (Day 2)




Assalamualaikum and hello guys!

Right now I am typing this entry while watching Korean drama, Marriage Not Dating. I love to watch that drama because the storyline is cute! 

Day 2. After we had breakfast, our tour guide bring us to Ao Nang beach by riding tuk-tuk. Because of our hotel and beach is near, so our journey to Ao Nang beach just took less than five minutes. Once we arrived to beach, we met with Haroon Joe who is in charge on bringing us to visit the 4 islands in Krabi. He can spoke Malay but not-so-fluently and when he speaking in Malay I can't stop from laughing!

Our first destination is Phra Nang Cave & Beach. Phra Nang means princess in Thailand and that cave has their own history. Google it if you want to discover more about their history. After that we went to Tup Island. About an hour we spent time in Tup Island. We went to next island which is Chicken Island or mostly known as Koh Kai Island. At Chicken Island, I could experienced snorkeling there! For someone who has had amazing snorkeling experiences before, the varieties you get to see here can be a little disappointing. But for snorkeling novices (like me) it can be a memorable experience nonetheless. We went to the last island which is Poda Island. Poda means turtle. We had a lunch at there. We spent about two hours in Poda Island. 

I can't stop saying "Subhanallah" because the view of the four islands are so beautiful and breath-taking and I don't know how to express my happiness when I could see that kind of view of nature. The view of layered color of sea still remains in my mind. Indeed Allah's creations are totally perfect and amazing! 

On evening we went back to our hotel because on the night we need to go somewhere. On night day, we went to night market in Krabi. It took about 30 minutes from our hotel. I shop some souvenirs for friends and family. Then, we had our dinner there. I try their fruit smoothie juice and it so delicious! 

All of us are so exhausted and tired since all day long we spent time in islands. We sun-bathing, snorkeling and swimming there, so once we arrived to our hotel after shopping in night market, we immediately sleep because tomorrow will be another tiring day.

Will continue on next entry. So, do enjoy some photos that I've captured! 

Waiting for my turn to ride tuk-tuk.

Ao Nang beach.

Haroon Joe, our islands-tour-guide.


Boat which bringing us to all four islands.



I just love to see how green-emerald the color of sea is.




Phra Nang island.

Boats.




Phra Nang cave.



English man. He even showed me his "peace/ V" sign when I took his picture.

In Phra Nang cave.



You can do climbing activity at Phra Nang cave.


Chicken Island. 

Some fish in the sea. Chicken Island.



Tup Island.

Welcome to Tup Island!

Tup Island.


Tup Island.


Had lunch in Tup Island.

Breathtaking view of Poda Island.


Poda Island.




Welcome to Poda Island!









Some corals.





Ao Nang beach.

On the way, we went back to hotel, we stopped by at 7-Eleven and I saw someone selling hot pancake with Nutella. So this is pancake with Nutella.





Shop that sell souvenirs.


All of the souvenirs that they sell are made by Thai artists! They are so creative.


Hand-made cute notebooks!

Night market in Krabi.

Fruit smoothies juice. Mine is strawberry smoothie.

They even sell ceramics in night market!


Sayonara.