BUT, thanks to my Dota-craze neighbour who's a noob using don't know what hero, he f*cking shouting in the midnight! It's not the first time he do that. Previously I said nothing, but not today. I screwed him thrice, then only he shutted his gap and never shouting again in godly hours of 0330!! So you know what time I woke up rite?
And I actually forgotten that it WAS a Saturday, and traffic at 0550 is not as jammed up as I used to go at 0750. Wei Chun and I reached there about 0600. So sorry to make him wake up so early, and got him standing there to wait for the grill of Batu Caves to open so that we can climb the ladders.
In the mean time, I was trying out my flash gun. It's never easy to use. Let's say no more and proceed to some of the pictures taken.
Sunrise *no flash*
When we are just finished our first round, this uncle in white already finishing his second round. Damn geng ok?
After that, Wei Chun and I went back to Wangsa Maju to have breakfast.
This is the kind of breakfast I had been dreaming of in Setapak. Always have no time in the morning to enjoy this kind of luxury
After breakfast, we went back to clean up and dressed up again. This time, we're heading to the National Museum. Entrance ticket is RM2 for adult (if you had done your History good enough to pass, forget about going there; unless you're bringing your children, then it's ok), and RM1 for kiddies.
We passed by one construction site and I suddenly noticed something. With my inborn/innate/coroner's instinct/reaction, I immediately get Wei Chun to call the cops and I snap the next picture with my Sony Alpha with flash gun.
Someone was killed.... about 10,000 years ago
(Please don't ever believe this ok?)
Interior design of the Museum
*Nippon-go = Japanese* Japanese - Malay - English Dictionary, at that time
And I love this shot best. Nice lighting