Bermula hari pendaftaran 18june 2011 di uiam Petalingjaya,Selangor,kehidupan telah berubah segalanya... Aqu sekarang dah jaDi mahasiswa...huhu..masih x percaya yg aqu nie mahasiswa uiam..ngee~ Namun ku bersyukur kehadrat ilahi kerana aqu telah diberi peluang untuk melanjutkan pengajian ke peringkat lebih tinggi..Alhamdulillah ya Allah Now!!!.I'm student of International Islamic University Malaysia dgn nama singkatan english nye (IIUM). I'm very proud to be a student of IIUM!!Alhmdulillah syukur... bermula dari uiam Pj aqu telah berubah menjadi kehidupan di alam U..huhu..best n seronok glerrr..rmai fwen baru dpt kat Pj..Akan tetapi aqu telah berpindah kat uiam nilai,n9 coz kat cnie la tmpt course bahasa aqu... Insyaallah bulan 10 cam2 la aqu akan pindah balik ke Uiam Pj n last skali Insyaallah akan ke Gombak,Selangor..Jadual aqu pack glerrr stiap hari...tp i2 semua biasalah sbgai mahasiswa..lumrah khidupan ada ketika senang n'ada ketika susah..i'm believe myself..i'm believe,i can do it...Insyaallah..
Aqu stiap ari kena speaking arab n english..hoho..everyday n nowaday just use english n arab time study or in my class..besttttt..ustaz aqu pon dar! negara sudan...ngee~~berbelit2 lidah nie nak ckp arab stiap ari.. huhuhu...come on zimi..U can do it...do it for urself..
Last weekend, I bring my family to visit Port Dickson. We went with some other friends.
The journey from Kuala Lumpur to Port Dickson take about 2 hour drive (depending on how fast you drive too). I am not sure if there are conveniance if take public transport, or if public transport is available (directly the beach) or not… If you decide to take public transport, I guess most probably you will need to take bus from Kuala Lumpur to Seremban, then from Seremban to Port Dickson.
Since we went there in a group, we decide to rent an apartment. The cost is RM350 per night. It is located next to Coral Beach Resort, Port Dickson. The apartment located just next to the beach and have a very nice view.
We also rent a barbeque set from the agent and have some barbeque as dinner and supper. Not a very bad activity for the night.
Some activity that you can do when you visit Port Dickson is walking at the beach, sight seeing, sun bath, kayaking, ride banana boat and also motorboat.
Riding banana Boat
Since I have visit few other beach from East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia before, what I can say is that the beach here is different! In Port Dickson, the beach is very wide during low tide. However, the sand is not as beautiful as beach from East Coast like Pantai Seri Tujuh in Kelantan. The wind here is not very strong and the sea is not as 'blue'.
Manage to get some photo of the trip. Hope you like it.
The right is Coral Resort, the left one is the Apartment that I rent
The beach become very wide when the tide is low
This Building make me think of a Korean Movie 'Il Mare'
Anoter view when the tide is higher
The visitor can shop for some goodies from the stall near the road
KAPIT: Linggi Racing Team won the 50hp Tunnel Boat category of the Kapit Powerboat competition at the Riverfront here at the weekend.Their powerboat Orien Super 12 beat two others —Go Kapit 916 and Go Kapit 58 — entered by Go Kapit Malta Team, into second and third spots to capture the race.
Diamond Speed 67 from Diamond Speed Sports Club and Staba Racing Team's Lelingai 99 finished fourth and fifth.
In the 30hp Tunnel Boat category, Lelingai 69, entered by Staba Racing Team, sped to the finishing line ahead Brooklyn Racing Team's Go Kapit 78 with Lee Run from Kampung Boy Racing Team in third spot.
GSRC Master 62 from Gerinang Sport and Recreational Club and Gelima Racing Team's Gelima 89 finished fourth and fifth.
Over 22 boats took part in this category.
Bujang Bidik No 12, entered by Majau Racing Team, beat 23 other entries to take the 18hp Tunnel Boat category.
Second was JSM from Brunei with AC Sports Club's AC Hunter 71 third.
Singa Laut from Warhade Racing Team and GB Group's Men's Toy finished fourth and fifth.
Deputy Tourism Minister Datuk Dr James Dawos Mamit officiated at the Opening ceremony while organising chairman, Jack Janda Pioh gave away the prizes.
The powerboat race was one of the side activities of this year's Baleh-Kapit Raft Safari that saw some 58 teams taking part.