Sunday, October 26, 2008

Road trip to Bukit Tinggi

Rachel has been wanting to go on a holiday, but our working days are so much different. Since both of us are on holiday this Deepavali, and most of my dear Indian friends aren't around for me to spend their precious money on Indian food, Rach and I decided to take mum up to Bukit Tinggi for the day. Gonna take loads of pictures and post on my photoblog, once its ready for your viewing pleasures. Ive recently invested in 2 more lenses costing me almost 4 grand......a Canon zoom lens EF 73-300mm f4-5.6 III USM and Canon EF-S 10-22mm f3.5-4.5 USM. So, i guess the trip to Bukit Tinggi tomorrow would really benefit both these lenses and shall be put to good use......
To all my Indian buddies, both here and abroad Rach and I would like to say
"HAPPY HOLIDAYS AND HAPPY DEEPAVALI"

11 comments:

zarni said...

dude, you still have 7 months and 2 weeks to go!! then you will forgot your Canon zoom lens EF 73-300mm f4-5.6 III USM and Canon EF-S 10-22mm f3.5-4.5!!! huargh! huargh! huargh!

cleffairy said...

have a good time with your family, Calvin. :-D Wish I can so that too...Bukit Tinggi... a Malaysian version of French village... I will be looking forward to see those piccies!

suituapui said...

Enjoy yourselves and have a safe journey. But if you go up Bukit Tinggi, won't it become Bukit Rendah after that? Hahahahahahaha!!!

eugene said...

i am glad, you can take a holiday and unwind yourself, lovely, do let me know if your jalan jalan makan angin pictutes are up, ok, bro?

happy holidaying and drive carefully

Chris said...

Oh? Where is Bukit Tinggi?

Pete said...

Happy Deepavali and hope you have a nice trip to Bukit Tinggi!

cleffairy said...

Bukit Tinggi is in Pahang, very nice place... like French village.

Calvin Soo KJ said...

zarni, take a look in the mirror man... :P

clef, was it french or hollandish. i cant quite see the difference.

stp....lol. yah, i guess it would turn out to be bukit rendah.

eugene, will post the pictures up tonite. cheers mate.

chris, its after genting highlands from kl. only about 3.5km above sea level.

pete, valakam to buddy. :)

cleffairy said...

They said it's French olden village, but I haven't been there before, so can't be so sure about it. LMAO. Show us lehh...

Chris said...

Oic.. thanx cleffairy and calvin for ur info.

Calvin Soo KJ said...

clef, some european type of buildings. not sure...i think its holland, coz got windmill.

chris, no prob buddy :)