Oct 29, 2009

Name list

e-mail received recently;
like to share here;
Be careful how you list names on your cell phone. Be safe!
This lady has changed her habit of how she lists her names on her mobile phone after her handbag was stolen. Her handbag which contained her mobile phone, credit card, purse etc was stolen.

20 minutes later when she called Hubby, from a pay phone telling him what had happened.

Hubby says "I've just received your sms text asking about our PIN number. I replied a little while ago".

They rushed down to the bank, teh bank staff told them all the money was already withdrawn. The pickpocket had actually used the stolen hand phone to text "hubby" in the contact list and got hold of the PIN number. Within 20 minutes he had withdrawn all the money from the bank account.

The lesson: Do not disclose the relationship between you and the people in your contact list. Avoid using names like Home, Honey, Hubby, sweetheart, Sayang, Dad, Mum etc.

And very importantly, when sensitive info is being asked thru texts, CONFIRM by calling back.

Also, when you're being texed by friends or family to meet them somewhere, be sure to call to confirm that the message come from them.

If you don't reach them, be very careful about going places to meet "family and friends" who text you.

Pass it on to people you care.

Oct 27, 2009


It not my intention to post this picture initially but I am too lazy to write, so better for me to share this picture. Taken this afternoon as it's going to rain. The clould just look amazing to me. Off course thereafter it rain heavily.

.... and this is the exact spot where I took sunset photo yesterday evening.

Oct 26, 2009


Trying my photography skills . This is what I got. I don't realize that there was birds in the photo.

Oct 22, 2009

Weird Papaya.

Nak kala aku meda buah rungan baka to.. Engka meh kita kala meda. Gambar to di ambi ba Rh Abu, nak jauh ari pasar Selanggau tengan hari tadi. Engka kita bisi mansa benua nya tau ngetu meda au. Ba tisi jalai aja. Udah nya ngetu ba Selanggau... bejalai ba market dia tak nak sempat ambi gambar. Semina bisa gambar pasar Selanggau, Stapang engau Sekuau.
Jalai Sibu/Bintulu
Insert; pasar Selanggau ari jalai besai.
Sunyi amai rumai panjai dia to madi, nadai peda iban.
Insert - padi dijembi ba tanju.
Banner ba Klinik Kesihatan Selanggau.
Nama reti AIDS, HIV


Enti nasib manah selalu bisi kasam dijual dito


Oct 21, 2009

Cruising the Batang Rajang - Kanowit

A short trip to Kanowit.

Kanowit town

Rajang river (Batang Rajang).

where the RV Orient Pandaw cruise.

Berthing at Kanowit wharf.

Oct 19, 2009

Night walk in Sibu town.

As I stroll around Sibu town at night.
Let the picture speak by itself.

Place to relax... behind Medan Mara.

Sentral market.
Closed at night but traffic are heavy....

Pasar Malam.
Bussiness are at peak here everynight especially during weekend.

Oct 16, 2009

Strolling around Sibu town.

Nadai ari ka nulis panjai, mayuh pengawa.
Tang pia aram sama meda gambar ia ka bisi di snap ba market tamu.

Back portion of multi-purpose car park.

Ikan sungai. Panduk pansuh engau tempoyah...

Fresh water prawn.

Oct 14, 2009

What I did with my blog today.

Back to the office almost about 5pm after a tiring entire morning meeting. Then around 1pm right after lunch, went to Sekuau for some field duty. Everytime starting blogging I start with peeping at the followers. I was a bit suprise today as there are 3 new followers, 2 are Filipino, another one John unable to link. I always appreciate my new followers by giving feedback in their blog.

Then I continue by reading the comments posted on the entry and replying it back. This is the only ways to appreciate their comment. Beside that read back their blog for new post. So I started with Krisno blog. Somehow Few shots and Hot Spring of Borneo High entry catch my eyes. Really appreciate his photography and editing skill. Great pix bro. Off course not to forget to leave my footprint. Then Coffee Girl blog and the lists goes on..as I was drifted away blogging. Very sorry, unable to mention all... too many.

Thank you very much to all followers, readers and commentator. Keep exchanging.

This is what I got from sekuau, Young Paddy pix.
Black rice paddy as the owner told me.
This young paddy need to be replanted to wet paddy field.
Now is the planting season for paddy planter in Sarawak.

Oct 12, 2009

Musin buah , Sibu.

Dia to dah musim buah di Sibu. Mayoh macam buah dah bisi di jual ba pasar. Tang rega ia agi mar. To meh gambar buah ya ka bisi di snap lebuh bejalai ba market Sibu hujung minggu to tadi.

Dabai (RM10 -RM20/kg)

Langsat (RM5/kg)

Petai (RM5/tapak)

Oct 5, 2009

Buah Petai.

Took some petai fruit picture last weekend during my trip to Sekuau. This petai tree grow right at the backyard of one of the longhouse in Sekuau. My curiousity to know more about petai lead me to do some search from the web. Here are some information to share.

A plant of the genius Parkia in the family of Fabaceae. Known as Pakia speciosa. It bears long, flat edible beans with bright green seeds which have a preculiar smell. It contains aminoacids that give strong smell to one's urine. Popular among local people. Prepare in different ways but most popular as ulam with sambal belacan. Recipes available upon request.

stalk of petai fruit.
also can be seen in the pix, banana leave,
tapioca leave and coconut leave.

Petai seeds for sale, Sibu

Petai tree can grow to about 90 feet. It bears a light-bulb shaped mass at the end of long stalks. The flower secrete a nector that attract pollinectors. The flowers mature and die. Long, twisted, translucent pod's emerge ia a cluster of 7 or 8 pods. When those pod's are mature, within them will reside the petai beans or seed.

Petai tree.
At the lower left corner, just above the
banana leaf is a light-bulb shaped mass.

100th followers

There nothing great about this number. Others blogger have much more numbers than this but I would just want to says a lot of thank you for all faithfully followers especially Ocean girl who has hit my 100th follower. I enjoy reading your entry very much which are very informative and interesting. I know there are many silent readers down there who are also faithfully read my entries, thank you. And for those who has give comments and leave something in my chat box- thank you.

I am looking forward for your support. Without you all, this blog is only fill with emptiness.

Thank you.

Oct 3, 2009

Exploring the wild nature

Tak pasti apa harus dimuatkan dalam blog kali ini. Semasa mencari ilham timbul pula idea untuk muat kan gambar-gambar lama yang tersimpan dalam photo album. Gambar gambar ini di ambil di kawasan pendalaman Padawan, Kuching iaitu di Kampong Maras.
Penghujung jalan Padawan. Jalan ini juga merupakan jalan yang menghubungi perbatasan Indonesia. Juga merupakan jalan utama penduduk tempatan berulang alik ke pekan dan ibu negeri Sarawak, iaitu bandaraya Kuching. Antara kampong-kampong di kawasan ini ialah Kpg Perang, kpg Kakas, Kpg Kiding, Kpg Khemas, Kpg Maras, Kpg Assum dan Kpg Sapit.

Seterusnya berjalan kaki ke kpg maras. Kereta kancil saya kenalah tinggal di bahu jalan. Berjalan kaki memang sudah menjadi kebiasaan pada saya. Sudah cukup latihan sejak kecil lagi.

Ini adalah jalan utama ke Kpg Maras. Perjalanan mengambil 1 ke 2 jam untuk sampai ke kpg . Kawasan ini adalah bukit bukau. Di lereng bukit adalah tananam padi bukit. Yang berwarna hijau itu ialah anak padi yang baru tumbuh dengan suburnya. Aktiviti pertanian padi bukit amat penting bagi masyarakat di sini untuk sumber makanan mereka. Semasa dalam perjalanan saya sempat ambil gambar yang menarik perhatian saya. Banyak gambar sebenarnya yang telah diambil, Tapi untuk kali ini, saya kongsi sebahagian saja.
Puncak Borneo Resort
Wild flower

Bunga-bunga yang biasa kita tengok di bandar tetapi ada juga di pendalaman. Sayangnya saya tak tahu nama saintifik bunga2 ini.

Mushroom among the dead leave.

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