Today Malaysians celebrate their independence day, albeit a bit blindly.
The Salt Trail in Sabah’s Crocker Range Mountains is jungle path that was used by the villagers of old to make their way to the coastal cities of Sabah where they would trade their fresh produce and other goods for salt and other necessities.
I recently downloaded WordPress for Android from the Android Market, and currently have lots of time to kill, so I thought I’d try it out. Start timestamp: it’s 10:21 now.
This is Part 2 of A Day in the Life of the HTC Desire Z. I left you hanging just before lunch, so join me as we continue…
It’s not so much A Day in the Life of the HTC Desire Z as it is My Life after a day with the HTC Desire Z.
You know, even when you’re oozing optimism from your tear-ducts, you sometimes have to admit that our planet is in pretty bad shape. And where in the youth we should have hope for the future, it appears that in Borneo, there is none.
On the way home for lunch this afternoon I drove along the big open canal that runs parallel to the road. It’s a big storm-water permanently filled with water, not sure if it ever was a river. But I think today it was used for raw sewerage dumping.
In January a post appeared on the WetPixel forum that showed pictures of shark finning in Sabah on Mabul near Sipadan, which is popular and famous for its diving treasures.
I recycle. About every 3 months I take a car load of rubbish to the recycling depot and walk away with about RM10 – RM16 for my effort. It’s not about the money though, it’s about the environment.
With great excitement I read about and applied for the new Maybank Visa debit card. Unfortunately the new Maybank Visa debit card has limited usefulness. Update 090910 – A year on things look a little different. Maybank seems to have caught up with debit card features