#2: On 24th May, dinner at Dragon-i @ Leisure Mall on me. It was a belated Mothers’ Day celebration for my Mom and aunt. After that, Mom and I watched “Angels and Demons”. Finally! The movie I have been dying to watch, although I have never read any of Dan Brown’s books before…
I absolutely fell in love with Italy, Rome and Vatican City after watching this. All those beautiful cathedrals and churches and sculptures and I am not even a Catholic, not even a religious person! I initially thought I would have a hard time understanding the movie because I have watched “Da Vinci Code” and is aware of all the complex historical plot storyline but amazingly enough, I think I can safely say I understand about 90% of the movie! Great, action-packed, awesome movie!!!
#3: I am working next month but not doing my attachment like I originally intended to. My family thinks it is unwise to work in hospitals during this flu season and community pharmacies are not my thing – dreadfully boring. So I filled up an employment form to work in my mother’s company…again…
10th MAY 2009
After Penang Hill, we had lunch and then on to Kek Lok Si temple…
The huge Kuan Yin statue still under construction works.
Tiger, Rabbits and Dragon – us with our respective Chinese Zodiac animals.
Lots and lots of fat and huge carps in the pond – they are really ferocious when it comes to feeding time.
Myself and Tze Im, one-half of our Penang tour guides.
“Ai Li, don’t jump!” Hahahaha.
Group pic!!! With Jia Ying’s family…
The breathtaking views of the beautiful temple.
The most beautiful and amazing photos I took are actually from here in Kek Lok Si. Not only the design of the temple and pagoda is unique and pretty but there are lots of greeneries here that frames the temple in such a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere.
Myself and Ai Li.
Mei Chieng, myself and Tze Im.
Soon to be Pharmacy 3rd-years *groans*.
Row of Buddhas.
The huge pagoda…I like how the smoke/mist gave the photo a feel.
More beautiful pics – I think the weather was kind of great so my camera could capture such clear photos.
The mini pagoda.
More photos – *Click to enlarge*.
to be continued…