Sunsets & silhouettes
We got there pretty late and the sun was already setting, but it wasn't too dark yet so we could still afford to snap a few decent shots. Hafiz was busy setting up the barbecue pit so I dragged Nabil to
Anyway, Hafiz and I started the day pretty early. Ran some errands, collected the medicine for my sore eyes and grabbed some light snacks from the pasar malam nearby - and then it started to pour so we got stranded at home with a whole bunch of outdoor equipment and a huge tray of Chocomaltine cupcakes. The rain was pretty rough (is that even a word to describe rain?) but Nabil fetched us anyway. Such a gentleman, this one. He's single and a very safe driver, except for the occasional phone usage. For inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org okay ladies.
I was so worried that I'd trip and fall or drop the whole tray of cupcakes. I can be a klutz at times but thank god it was still intact by the time we reached East Coast. We had so many errands to run in the day that I didn't even have the time to do a quality check and had to do it at the back of the car. The boys approved though!
My camera became pretty useless when the sun sets. The lens just went cray cray but the view was to die for, I swear. Nothing compared to the view overseas, obviously. But it's just that it's been such a long time since I spent time by the sea side. I'm thankful I got to catch the sun rise and set yesterday, kinda refreshing. Alhamdulillah.
Despite the rain and camera malfunction, it was a pretty great time spent with the N.E.S.T. officers - interns, managers - everyone included. Transformers isn't even my home attraction but yet, the invitation was extended to me still. I don't know if it was because of Hafiz or if it was because I'm officially signed off for Accelerator (hahaha) but either way, you guys always make me feel like I'm a part of the family. Can't wait to be your official neighbor in Sci Fi City!