Wednesday, April 30, 2008

I came across this site while googling for the results last night as I did not go to One Utama for the Grand Finale.

Winner - Cindy Tey

1st Runner-Up - Adeline

2nd Runner-Up - Hanis Zalikha

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

I was kinda surprised by the elimination.

Jay, who has the quality. Voted out!

Nadia, who joined the show with a strong determination to win. Voted out!

Ringo, who has a large fan base. Voted out! Probably her fans are not as strong as Cindy's dad.

The final three,


Cindy Tey.

Hanis Zalikha.

The Grand Finale will be held at One Utama this evening.

Who would be the first Malaysian Dreamgirl?


Cindy Tey?

Hanis Zalikha?

I hope I'm not going to be shocked by the result Hanis Zalikha wins!!

Monday, April 28, 2008

This test is telling me I belong to you in Rome.

Well, I wish!

You Belong in Rome

You're a big city soul with a small town heart

Which is why you're attracted to the romance of Rome

Strolling down picture perfect streets, cappuccino in hand

And gorgeous Italian people - could life get any better?

What about you? What City Do You Belong In?

Friday, April 25, 2008

I was not surprised (were you?) when actress Megan Fox, 21, was named the world's sexiest woman by an annual online men's magazine FHM Online's reader poll.

The foxiest woman in the world.

"Megan Fox is the deserving winner of this year's FHM title. She's young, she's hot, she's a rising star and her sex appeal has definitely transformed this year's list. She's got a great future ahead of her," said FHM Online U.S. Editor JR Futrell.

Megan Fox, in the scene of "Transformer."

"We will all laugh at gilded butterflies" What does it mean?

Check out who was the 100th sexiest woman FHM's 100 Sexiest Women in the World.

Angelina Jolie, too many pregnancies dropped to No.12?!

Thursday, April 24, 2008

I received this mail again from another caring friend today. Apparently, he doesn't know that this mail (still in circulation) is a HOAX!

--Forwarded Message Attachment--
Subject: Pleeeeeeeeeeeez Read this & Forward

Dear Reader,

I am writing this on behalf of my loving husband.
Everything was fine, me, my husband and our two children. We had a happy family. My husband was an Engineer in a big company. He comes home early and helps me with the house chores and plays with the children. Our dreams were shattered in front of our eyes last week. It was a drunk lorry driver, who came on the wrong side and hit us and went. It killed my little baby girl and left my husband paralyzed. My husband is still in the hospital.. His
brain is damaged and he needs an operation. I need 5 lakhs to save his life I have collected about 3 lahks from my friends and family. I need another 2
lakhs.I don't want to lose him. He is such a wonderful husband & father

He still doesn't know we lost our little girl. I am looking after my son now. Without my husband I won't be able to take care of him. Please help me
save my husband the one person I dearly love. I have already lost my daughter and I don't want to lose my husband as well. Please help us.
Thank you very much for your love & support.
May God bless you.

Yours Truly,
Nirosha Silva
(I know you don't like to forward mails. I am really sorry to bother you.
If you have a heart and like to help a family, please forward this mail.
Every time you forward this it will add 5 cents per email ID to AOL and they will deposit it into my bank account. This will help me save my


Please do not forward this email any further. If you want to donate money, contact the organization directly!

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

For the lazy or uncreative person like me, I would always opt for ready-to-go cards. But for mybf, he loves paper crafts. I guess most of the educators love arts or crafts?

Before Ralph went to Langkawi with his students (I was at GH), he made a simple and lovely hand-made card to brighten my days during his absence.

Sometimes, he can be so free sweet!

Monday, April 21, 2008

We (10 of us) were on a fam trip to Genting Highlands last Thursday and Friday (17-18April). The 2 days 1 night educational tour was fully sponsored by the organisation.

Well, I have been to Genting Highlands many times but this time round, my main interest was to visit certain areas that are not accessible to everyone unless you are a very, very high roller or the VVIP or you have a special permission. We managed to go into the gaming suites for those players whereby they must have a minimum of RM2 million and RM10 million!

Basically the programme was intended to inspect all areas of the hotels in Genting Highlands. The schedule was pretty tight. I didn't bring the camera and regretted it! Anyway, just click on the links where you can find lots of nice pictures too.

The first day, We left KL at 9 a.m. to Awana Golf & Country Resort. After we have done with the facilities, rooms, recreations and meeting rooms inspection, we had buffet lunch at Rajawali Restaurant. Oh, we entered the late Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong's luxury suite too!

After lunch, we took the Skyway up to Genting Highlands. We checked in at Theme Park Hotel (Superior room) before continuing to-do-what-we-were-supposed-to-do at Theme Park Hotel, Genting Hotel and Highlands Hotel. In Genting Hotel, we have a chance to visit Maxims Club. The Suites and Residences are for those who aim for exclusivity with top notch services. Certainly for those who are wealthy rich only. The suites are really nice and be prepared to spend a bundle of cash if you want to stay there. Look at the rates. A Royal Suite can cost up to RM35,000! Moved to Highlands Hotel, apart from high-grade rooms at Premier Club Floor (we were told that, the PM and other ministers normally stay here), they have a luxury gaming suite rooms called Elite Club for Platinum (a level ahead of Gold card) player only unlike the Casino for public which is always crowded. Here, the table limit is RM 1K, minimum. Maximum up to RM 500K.

Before dinner, we explored exhibits featuring Gems of The World. We saw all kinds of mystical gemstones. Inside, there is a Crystal Cave which resembles a dark limestone tunnel lined with hidden gems, recreating the anticipation of discovery. A Museum Display priceless wonders such as a silky brown gypsum piece known as the desert rose and the rock-and-pyrite 'Argus Stone' with its curious peacock's eye design. There is a room with truly one-of-a-kind gemstones. That is Tan Sri Dato' Sri Lim Kok Thay's Private Collection! The most amazing one is a mysterious, pale green 3-tonne orb (belongs to a Malaysian Chinese man) with unusual textures below its surface in the Room of Light.

Buffet dinner was at Coffee Terrace, Genting Hotel. I was spoiled for choice with the glorious spread of food (local and international cuisine) here. Love it!

Then we proceeded to The Pavilion for Dreamz. A show not to be missed with dazzling magic combined with beautiful music, costumes and spectacular light effects. We were sitting in the third row from the stage. It costs RM130 per adult.

I was really exshausted by the end of the day!

The second day, we had buffet breakfast at First World Cafe before we went for room inspection at First World Hotel. Then we went to Starworld Casino which is opened 24 hours a day and seven days a week. There is live entertainment such as international shows are held regularly inside the casino.

Next, we visited M Spa & Fitness, located in Genting Hotel's Maxim Club, which is established for high rollers. The spa and gym, though, are open to guests and walk-in visitors. Indeed a nice place to relax and get pampered. Price-wise, sure it is not cheap.

After we have done with the room inspection at Resort Hotel, we had our buffet lunch at Resort Cafe. It offers an impressive array of Asian and Western buffet dishes amidst a relaxing atmosphere. They have à la carte as well.

After a heavy lunch, we have a tour of Outdoor and Indoor Genting Theme Park facilities. We ventured into caves with a Pirate Train. We went for a thrilling ride on the Pirate Ship. gosh! I almost vomited! When comes to Space Shot, non of us wanted to play. I played this before, twice. And I told myself, that's it! Then, we hopped on the Spinner for a spin of our life but I didn't want to play The Flying Coaster. I was afraid I will "fly"!

We departed for home around 6 p.m. I was dead tired. The only thing on my mind was my bed!

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Some girls that you wouldn't have expected to get out so early are eliminated. Don't you think the method of voting promotes favoritism towards the popular, even if they are far less than the best?

If the winner of Malaysian Dreamgirl is based solely on votes from the public, then why do they need to have a panel of judges?

Six remaining contestants,







Are all of them doing as well "as it deserves to be"?

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Yesterday, Andrey invited us to Bernard's Restaurant at Centre Point, Bandar Utama to celebrate his birthday.

The bar area.

We ate (some platters of finger food), we drank (beer, red wine, orange juice [for me]), we chatted, we laughed, non-stop!

Katya and I.

A room with two pool tables.

We played about 16 games before and after dinner. It was really fun!!

As for dinner, we had western food and chinese food. The food (no pictures though, our cameras ran out of battery) was not bad and they love chinese food!

Me and bf.

L-R: Katya, me, Ralph, Andrey, Alexander (also from Russia).

Alexander, it was nice meeting you!

A big spa`sibo to Andrey and Katya for the dinner and also the "prizes" (so sweet and thoughtful)! We love it.

What a wonderful evening we had, thanks to you guys!

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