Friday, December 25, 2015

Bali Trip #1

“The gladdest moment in human life, me thinks, is a departure into unknown lands.” – Sir Richard Burton

So here is the thing, I went to Bali from 21st January until 25th January 2015, which means I procrastinate a long time to do this post.

Well, nothing much to say, I need to have a good mood, clear mind away from my hectic semester... and here we go:

21st January 2015 (Wednesday)

Since our flight is on early of the morning, we need to get to KLIA 2 three hours before our flight taken off. 

After Subuh prayer, my dad sent us off but there is some misfortunate incident...the car have a flat tyre. Well, I'm started to panic inside and overthinking that maybe this is the sign to not get into the flight, but my dad managed to pull it off quite fast and changed the tyre (SUPERDAD).

-fast forward-

We (Mom, eldest brother, younger brother, second brother with her wife and son) managed to get into the airplane, and enjoyed our flight to BALI!

Since, this is my first time getting on the airplane, I am really excited and overwhelm and honestly, I didn't throw up or  do anything that might offence the other passengers.

Proper picture of us upon arrival

We didn't do backpacking style since it is a family vacation (exclude my dad because he told us that he went to Bali for countless time). Therefore, we hired a tour guide, who named is Pak Dita, I would recommend Pak Dita for your first timer vacation to Bali, if you guys interested, just leave a comment below or send me an email to aqalili.azizan@gmail.com.

Our itinerary was full for the all four days but we didn't cover one part which is where we can enjoy the view of dolphins. Basically, this is our itinerary in simplest form:

  • Pick up at Bali international airport at 12.30 pm
Good thing that Pak Dita can pick us up from the airport, if not I wouldn't guess where we will be headed to.
  • Lunch local food malioboro (ayam tulang lunak)

I enjoyed eating their ayam tulang lunak where, we can eat the chicken including the bones. It was so soft, and it just melt in my mouth when I eat it, and it was a good start for the day upon the arrival.

  • Tanah lot temple
On our original itinerary, we didn't get to visit any place on our first day, so this is a last minute decision, which was AWESOME! The view are just outstanding, and the waves that run through all of the rocks was just mind blowing. I'll just let the pictures do all of the talking.







  • Check in at POP hotel
For a first timer in Bali, I know this will sound cheesy but it's open my eyes to whole new world since this is my first time and I being so 'jakun' all the time because it's outside of Malaysia. It's something that we can't see every single day.

So back at the hotel, we just charging our gadgets and prepare for the next day.

#END

It's the end for the first day at Bali, I will post it accordingly and there might be a long post so I will put a lot of pictures to not make you bored. See you at Bali Trip #2 post!


By the way, all of this wonderful picture was taken by my eldest brother.

Thursday, December 17, 2015

ONLINE NEWS WITH VIDEO: CYBERBULLING


NOTE: THIS IS ONLY FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSE
(LAKONAN SEMATA-MATA)


NETIZEN CRITICS “KILLS” A MAN

SHAH ALAM: A man was found dead by his own sister in their house, here, early this morning.

The victim, known as Faiz Razak, 26, was found hanged onto the fan in his room by his sister, Aqalili Razak.

Shah Alam OCPD, ACP Ashraf Aided said, the victim was believed to be pressured by the critics he gets after his Instagram account went viral.

“Because of the pictures he posted on Instagram, the netizen comments and critics have been pouring until they have affected the victim’s emotion,” he added.

Aqalili said, it is her routine to wakes her brother for work and today she was suspicious when there was no answer from her brother after she knocked the door.

“He did not show any difference but I can see for the past few days, he has been very quiet,” she said in disbelieve.

The Internet could be said as one of the contributing commit suicide factors because of the no barrier policy applied by the government.

ACP Ashraf also said this case is classified as commit suicide.

Saturday, December 12, 2015

#1 Aqathoughts


As I scrolling down my social media account such as Instagram & Twitter, I found out that some were really good on it, as in you received a lot of followers, comments and such.

But what I don't understand is, there is a bit of conflict that you won't have much of secrets to hide. 

Yea I know, people like to look on other people things but sometimes, girl you have to embrace yourself, your life are so much more worth it than influence by all of this. This is much more than fall advertisement.

As it said by Young (1996), that it is this anonymity that gives those with low self-confidence and lacking social skills the desire to create a virtual life for themselves on the Internet. In these cases, the Internet becomes a substitute for real-life social interaction, giving the user an escape from reality.

Megan Fox also commented about 'social media' on 11 December 2015.

I'm not holding people and put a really negative feedbacks on social media because I realize that each individual has a way to control themselves.

Thursday, December 10, 2015

WOULD YOU LIKE A SLICE OF CHOCOLATE?

Last weekend, Japanese Twitter user, Mitsuhiro Sairo posted these amazing photos of chocolate that sliced up like cheese! These magical innovations in chocolate technology are made by Japanese candy company, Bourbon.


And yes, you can slap them on a piece of bread……and then they MELT INTO THE BREAD JUST LIKE A SLICE OF CHEESE.


Saito told BuzzFeed that they taste like normal chocolate. When you heat them up, though, they have a really strong chocolate smell. Unfortunately, they’re currently sold out, but 60-slice bags were being sold online for ¥3,240 (around $25).



And yes, you can slap them on a piece of bread...
These magical innovations in chocolate technology are made by Japanese candy company Bourbon.

...and then they MELT INTO THE BREAD JUST LIKE A SLICE OF CHEESE.
And look at all the cool stuff you can do with them!

You can put them in crepes.

Cut them up and wrap them around stuff.


Put them on pancakes!


Or just, you know, melt them into bread over and over again forever.


SOURCES: BUZZFEED

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