our second fieldtrip was superb. we had lotsa laugh amidst the weather changes- hot in the afternoon, raining cats and dogs later in the evening. this time, we went to 4 different locations. to tell you the truth i wasn't looking forward for the fieldtrip. when the announcement was made i was like, "huh? hookay...". because it means sun sun sun, sweat, and fatigueness. and then the night before, i slept at 4 because as we were driving back to utp the tyre went flat. there wasn't anything we could do to change it so we waited for help. i was extremely worned out, my back ached, my shoulders were sore...summing it up my whole body la sakit! but the fieldtrip was quite cool and worth it, that i derived this equation:
the apeke-hey principle
fieldtrip= (cam-whores^2) x laugh x bits and pieces of info / fatigueness
fieldtrip is important as it highlights what you have learned theoretically since the past few lectures because honestly a hands-on experience tell us more. being on the fieldtrip one will definitely hear some "oohs" and "aahs" from the curious and rather 'jakun' students. well who would have thought that the rock structures in Ipoh could be so eye catching?
i could see everyone excited. glee. most of the guys had their breakfast at the v2 cafe while the girls just sat down and chitchatted. i on the other hand, put on the thinking hat and started to figure out steps to escape from the sun. methods:
1. stand behind liang yi.
2. no better, stay behind a bigger subject.
3. anis probably?
4. jot down the notes fast then run towards the bus!
5. cilok farah's umbrella.
*photo credits: Umdao Noparrat*
now let the pictures do their talking!
bandar seri iskandar
acap said we looked like ducklings in a line. veeery talkative ducklings.
take notes first...
then it's camera time!
the one in the middle, Yana, is my new roomie! and we totally have the same birthday!!!
it took 2 buses to carry all PE hot asses for the fieldtrip!
we went to Sam Poh Toong, a popular Buddhist temple. the bizarre thing is that the temple itself is BUILT-IN the limestone cave. it wasn't by tehcnology. it was created hundreds of years ago. fascinating isn't it?
and my fave: the jumping pose!
the awesome posers:
this looks soo wrong...
and a must-have picture with my boo :)
we went to an area near Tambun to see the numerous paintings drawn on the cliff by stone aged people. i found it amazing that we can actually interpret what the stone age people were experiencing by just looking at the drawings. they drew octopuses, whales, crab, and even a pregnant cow with its foetus drawn!
after that we had a break. went to a petrol station just for the junk food and loo...
To Kek lok Toong. Another Buddhist temple. this one's a beauty.
will you just look at the stalactites???
first, there was only one (oh no, M is going to be sandwiched!)
then suddenly more had appeared...
aaaand the girls too...
later on we were lead to the area outside the cave/temple. it was PHENOMENAL. imagine that you had just stepped into the forbidden garden...
some of us were just too busy taking pictures among ourselves that we were left behind. so we hadn't got a clue to what the lecturer was talking about in front. when he saw the latecomers he was like "aiyah, now i have to explain AGAIN......". sori dr chow :P