A week ago, on the 23rd which fell on a Saturday, Guat Shan, Sito and I went for a 12-hours trip together with the EE group guys to Manjung!
This was actually so-called planned long time ago since sem break. Guat Shan told me about go-cart in Sitiawan and I was very eager to try it out, which led us to this plan. We mentioned that we would visit Sitiawan during sem break but since there was nothing much there (according to the fish), we went for just a one-day trip on week 1, since we were all still free.
So, after my replacement class on Saturday, I came back home to rest for an hour or so before the 3 cars drove down to Sitiawan at 3.30 p.m.. Well, I wouldn't say we went to visit Sitiawan because we actually went a couple of places so it would be more accurate to say we went to Manjung :D
The first destination after Sardin's house was Teluk Batik, the beach.
Teluk Batik park, just adjacent to the beach.
Then we went for dinner in this place with lots of hawker stalls. I love hawker center! I had popiah but well, the best popiah award still belongs to Tong Ku Teng (Mushroom Center), Ipoh. After dinner, and since it was still too early to go for go-cart and since Eric wanted to get a few pieces of clothings, we stopped by at the biggest shopping centre in Manjung, The Store. Well, actually Giant hypermarket is the largest but hey, shopping for clothes in Giant? *swt*
Turn out, the guys did not get anything but each girl got something for themselves. I got that two triangular boxes for only RM2.40 each! Then at about 9.30 p.m., we went for go-carting, the main objective for visiting Manjung in the first place.
After a round of 7 laps (which cost RM 10) and an hour later, we headed down to Lumut- Esplanade Wing. Main reason is to have ais kacang which only cost RM 2.00!! Psst! I finished first place. Nyahahaha!!!
And finally, maybe it's a part of their tradition to go McDonald's so we went to McD for supper and to watch how Manchester United won 4-0 against Hull City :D We also played 2 rounds of scissors-paper-stone where the losers need to finish a sauce plate of chili sauce. But of course, for the case of Sito, Jing Wei and I, it's tomato sauce. Lol.
Then finally we went back to Kampar and reached home at about 3.30 a.m.. A complete 12 hours trip. It was really fun, very memorable and absolutely unforgettable. I enjoyed myself and I'm sure the others did too.
Photographers of the day...
Ms. Loo for Olympus camera.
Mr. Beh promoting for Canon compact camera.
And Ms. Sito for Canon SLR.
Some group photos as a closing :)
Looking forward for more trips to come! ^^