Thursday, May 22, 2008

UEFA Final 2008, A match to remember

This year UEFA Final was held at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia. Is the match between the 2 greatest team from England Manchester Utd and Chelsea .

The match was stunning! and its end 90 minute with a score 1-1 this cause them to add another 30 minute, 15 minute for each half. The 30 minute end with a score 1-1 and this leave them no choice rather than a penalty kick. (Cristiano ronaldo scored the first goal for Man Utd then Frank lampard scored the goal for Chelsea at the very last minute of the first half).

When it came to a penalty an this is really exited, disappointed that Christiano Ronaldo missed out the penalty kick and this can cause Man Utd to lost their UEFA Cup to Chelsea. When it came to John Terry turn, if he score this goal Chelsea will definitely win the match but you know what!!? he slipped while he is kicking the most important ball for his life and Chelsea!!.

Well I'm a Man Utd fan and at that time is about 4am the screaming of me can be hear anywhere in that near by neighbourhood!!^^ hahaha. Now Man Utd have another chance to win the match when Nicolas Anelka's kick was super safe by Edwin van der Sar, the penalty score was 6-5 and this leave Man Utd to became a winner of UEFA in 3 time in a row.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

KEM: I can't stop loving you

You know what.....i love this song!!

"I Can't Stop Loving You"

I think about the day I met the perfect stranger, I think about us.

And I think about the day I got wrapped around your fingers,
I think about us.

The sun was shinning on you

The lord was smiling on me

And love was calling us I had my mind made up.

And I can't stop loving you

I can't help myself

And I can't get over you

No matter what I tell myself baby.

Never thought I'd ever love any one else in my weakness,
I think about us.

And I think about the day you left without speaking, I think about us.

I think about the love we had for our children, I think about us.

I think about the way we laughed without a reason, I think about us girl.

There will be no more liesSomebody tell me why I feel like I'm dying.

Lord what's come over meOhh baby can't you see.

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Batu caves

Another visit to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia maybe this is the 10th visit to this unique country and the more i knew about this country the more i feel deeply in love with it^^. Driving in Malaysia without having no licence is kinda exited to do so BUT hey! this is not recommend to anyone to do so alright!! hahaha^^.

In Thailand we recently have a chance to see some of the Malaysian cars on the street and even can purchase it quite cheap here (well if you compare with other cars company), and when its happened to see a Proton cars in Malaysia i feel kinda like mannn.... this is something that all the Malaysian should be proud of. How about me? I like Proton satria neo, even though my GF really really and really disagree to that but i would love to test drive on it though ( that car got some potential man i can tell!!haha).

Anyway get back to my visit to Malaysia, this visit is mainly for my beloved GF which is happened to have her B'day on the 15 of May and hey she is turning to 24 years old (not 17 okie haha). My plan was showing up at her place without telling her on the 14th but the fact is i told her that i will arrive on the 15th aha!!. Mannn you know what i got her a surprised BIG BIG TIME!! haha.

Have a chance to visit Batu caves on the weekend this is my first time to visit a Hindu shrines, the culture is so rich and i find that very interesting.

Batu Caves is a limestone hill, which has a series of caves and cave temples, located in Gombak district, 13 km north of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It takes its name from the Sungai Batu or Batu River, which flows past the hill. Batu Caves is also the name of the nearby village.
The cave is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India, dedicated to Lord Muruga. It is the focal point of the annual
Thaipusam festival in Malaysia and attracts over more than 1.5 million pilgrims, making it one of the largest gatherings in history.