Zero Fare Flights to Perth, Australia?


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Airasia is having its zero fare promotion for international flights. After hours of refreshing and re-entering details and choosing seats, I finally got myself a ticket to Perth, Australia on 20-27 April 2010 and managed to get seats next to ms Aree as well.

Total Damage : RM502. Score!

Now i have another year to save up money for spending. yey

The Sendat Expedition

What did you guys do last weekend? A friend of mine invited me to follow him to look for a waterfall somewhere near Ulu Yam. “Kita pegi cari, then balik la” were his words. So I didn’t bring baju at first so we had to turn back. -_- Not to mention I forgot to set my alarm so I overslept. Sorry about that :P

 

Anyway, we expected a longer trip but it was a mere 70KM from my house. Its after Jalan Sungai Tua. Directions : “Once we reach the end of Jalan Sungai Tua, we turn right following the road sign.. Move straight for approximately another kilometer or so and we’re there.. Well the road was ok along the way, can say it was paved until the entrance of the falls entrance.. Unpaved for about 200m in the middle, but the road was ok

At first the river didn’t look very impressive but after we walked up higher, there was a waterfall and a quite nice pool where it was a bit deeper. The water was very cold and nice. We ended up staying for a few hours. Looks like a good place to BBQ and lepak ramai2. Will plan one soon

 

More photos : here. Photos all courtesy of Azri.

Hotels in Kuching?

I’ll be going to Kuching for a few days in January for my cousin’s wedding. I’m hoping to be able to lepak with my friends there – someone wants to belanja me tequila to try and get me drunk. Haha!

Obviously I shouldn’t go back home to my aunty/uncle’s place after clubbing right? I wonder if I should go rent a room with my friends to lepak2 after clubbing then they also wouldn’t hv to drive back.

I was searching through this website – CompareHotel.com.my – that searches for the cheapest hotel rates online based on location. You just key in a city that you want to search and put in the dates. Then they will search for online hotel fees and display it in MYR.

Nice yea? Hotels in Kuching are around RM200, give or take. Hilton Hotel is around RM190 and Holiday Inn is around RM180. For KL hotels, It ranges from RM100 and up.

So, any suggestions for a place in Kuching?

p/s: CompareHotel.com.my is looking for bloggers to help in their sponsor a child program. Do help :)