Nice Rainbow In KL

On Friday, 11 June 2010, I saw two rainbows over Kuala Lumpur.

They are very beautiful.

My dad took the pictures of the rainbows using his new camera, Olympus FE4030.

Please click here to see more pictures of the rainbow.

Kerepok Lekor Recipe In Photos

On Saturday, my mother made kerepok lekor.

Kerepok lekor is a special food from Kuala Terangganu.

Kuala Terengganu is my parent’s hometown.

In Kuala Lumpur people do not sell fresh kerepok lekor.

So if we want to eat fresh kerepok lekor, we have to make them ourselves.

What we need to make kerepok lekor:

  • A bowl of fish.

  • A bowl of sago.

A bowl of sago
  • Some water.

  • Salt.

How to make kerepok lekor:

  1. First blend the fish without the bones.

    Blend the fish
  2. Mix the fish, sago and salt.

  3. Shape them so they become long cylinders.

    Shape them
  4. Boil them until cooked.

    Tadaa! Here is my mother's tasty kerepok lekor!

    Note: I snapped all of the photos above (except the last one) myself 🙂

European Airspace Opens But Passengers Are Still Stranded

My father’s friend, Mr Steve McEwan still cannot get back to United Kingdom.

But the airspace is already opened.

Please click for European airspace developments as of 1942 GMT April 21, 2010.

The earliest he can fly home on Emirates airline will be on April 30, 2010.

His actual flight was on April 16, 2010.

He had been stranded in Kuala Lumpur for 7 days and has to wait for another 8 days to fly home!

The volcanic ash from under the Eyjafilljallajokull glacier caused European airspace to be closed for 5 days.

So, when the airspace is open on Wednesday millions of people tried to get home.

It needs a lot of plane trips to get everybody home.

So some stranded passenger are still stranded even when the European airspace is now opened.

Jenna Suttmeier , 21, right, and Shannon Grossman, 20, left, from Seattle, United States, play volleyball as they wait for their flight to Madrid at the Son Sant Joan Airport in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, on Sunday, April 18, 2010. Spain's airport authority has closed 12 airports as the ash cloud emerging from an Icelandic volcano reaches the north of the country. (AP Photo/Manu Mielniezuk)

This is a disaster especially to the stranded passengers.

Volcano Eruption Closed Airports In Europe

A flight information board showing cancelled flights at the Charles de Gaulle airport, Paris April 16, 2010

There was a volcano eruption near by the Eyjafilljallajokull glacier early Wednesday April 14, 2010 near Reykjavik in Iceland.

Please click  here for the updated list of airport and airspace status as of 2100 GMT Tuesday.

The eruption caused a flood around the area from the melted glacier.

The ash had flown to Europe airspace.

Aeroplane cannot fly because of the volcanic ash in the air.

The ash can cause problems to the plane engines.

About 17,000 flight were cancelled.

People cannot fly home like my father’s friend, Mr. Steve McEwan.

He cannot go back to the United Kingdom from Kuala Lumpur.

His flight was cancelled this morning.

Heathrow airport in London, Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, Schipholin airport in Amsterdam and many more airports in Europe are closed.

This is a disaster to everybody especially in Europe.

People waiting at the Prague's Ruzyme airport on April 16, 2010.

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    My First Friday Prayer

    Yesterday, I went to the Masjid Al-Hidayah for my Friday Prayer.

    This is the first time I perform my Friday Prayer.

    We perform the Friday prayer on every Friday at the mosques all over the world.

    Masjid Al-Hidayah is very near to my house.

    The mosque was full during the Friday Prayer.

    I always go to this mosque.

    There are a lot of mosques in Kuala Lumpur.

    I’m happy to perform my Friday Prayer because I feel like I’m already a big boy 🙂

    Heavy Snow In Mid-Atlantic Pictures

    It was snowing heavily in Mid-Atlantic over the weekend.

    And it is still snowing heavily!

    The government offices and schools are closed.

    It is freezing over there but in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia it is really hot and humid.

    I wish Aunty Selina can  share some snow with me 🙂

    A pedestrian walks down Pennsylvania Ave., in front of the White House as the snow continues to fall in the morning hours in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010. (AP Photo/Pablo
    Emily Tibbott skis past U.S. Capitol Police Officer Sean Whitehead, standing guard on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010, as more snow fell in the Washington area. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

    A pedestrian walks down the near empty streets of downtown Washington as snow continue to fall in early morning hours, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais

    A Busy Weekend

    Aunty Selina reached Kuala Lumpur on Friday night.

    She flew from Bangkok on Thai Airways.

    Aunty Selina lives in Maryland, USA.

    Aunty Selina brought us wonderful presents from USA.

    I get a very nice Thomas Train book and a very beautiful 200 pieces Solar System jigsaw puzzle.

    There are lots of poems and beautiful pictures in the book.

    I like to write poems 🙂

    The puzzle looks like a real picture taken by a satellite!

    Aunty Selina gave us lots of chocolates too.

    They are very, very tasty.

    I went to a lot of places so I can’t write any post for the past few days 😉

    I’ll write about our trip to Putrajaya soon.

    I like Aunty Selina very much.

    WACANA: Gerakan Tajdid Dan Pemikiran Najdiyyun

    Wacana: Gerakan Tajdid Dan Pemikiran Najdiyyun

    Yesterday I went to the Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan  for ‘Wacana: Gerakan Tajdid Dan Pemikiran Najdiyyun’.

    The mosque is in Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur.

    It  was organized by MUAFAKAT (Pertubuhan Muafakat Sejahtera Masyarakat Malaysia), JAKIM (Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia) and JAIS (Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor).

    The talk was given by Dr. Muhammad Uthman El-Muhammady from ISTAC and Dr. Asmadi Mohamed Naim from UUM.

    ISTAC is International Institute Of

    Islamic Thought And Civilization.

    UUM is Universiti Utara Malaysia.

    About 600 people came to the talk.

    A lot of people donated to Pondok Lubuk Tapah.

    It is a school in Kelantan, Malaysia.

    There was a fire at the school and lots of things were destroyed.

    The students need help to start schooling again.

    Meeting Uncle Zahedi, Aunty Suzana and Brother Hisham

    On Friday we met Uncle Zahedi, Aunty Suzana and Bro Hisham.

    We met them at the May Tower Hotel, Jalan Munshi Abdullah, Kuala Lumpur.

    They came from Sri Lanka.

    This is the first time I meet them.

    Bro Hisham is now studying in Kuala Lumpur.

    Uncle Zahedi is Uncle Ghazali’s cousin.

    Uncle Ghazali lives in California, USA.

    I met Uncle Ghazali in Kuala Lumpur and in California.

    I feel very happy meeting them.

    Going To Penang

    Continued from Going To Cameron Highland 🙂 Please read my last post 🙂

    I reached Penang at about 3:00 PM.

    I stayed at the Bayview Beach Resort at Batu Ferringhi Beach for 2 nights and 3 days.

    I stayed in a BIG family room with a king size bed and two other beds with two Sony televisions sets.

    My room number was 740.

    Bayview Beach Resort is my favourite hotel in Penang.

    I always stay there when I go to Penang.

    In the evening I played at the beach until sunset.

    The next morning I played at the beach again.


    I went on a boat ride, rode on a jet ski, played in the sea and built a triangle sand castle.

    I enjoyed riding the jet ski the best, next building the sand castle, next boat riding, and last playing in the sea because I don’t like it when the salt water got into my mouth.


    I told the wave to stop but it did not listen to me.

    I love riding the jet ski because it was very, very, very, very, very fast.


    In the evening I played at the beach again until sunset.

    We had our dinner at Padang Brown.

    I ate a delicious mutton soup with bread.

    The next morning we went to Fort Cornwallis and Gurney Drive before we went on the ferry and drove back to Kuala Lumpur.

    I enjoyed the trip to Penang very much because it was really fun.

    Fin. The End.