Friday, May 8, 2015

Holiday in Cambodia

I looked at my last posting ...and it looks like its been awhile ....every time I keep starting with the same opening...but I really never get to post anything on a regular basis.

I just came back from a fantastic trip to Cambodia and after the trip I somehow feel rather energised...I guess its the heat and the places that we visited...I went down to Phnom Penh...was there for 4 days and 3 nights...The saddest place that I ever visited in my life is " the killing fields" and the prison where they torture the political really looks horrific..

Here are the pics...

Do let me know what you think...

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Latest Ramblings

Sorry for the absense as I was quite busy with life. I was looking at the Blogs that I had written after my CABG and I know that I have touched the lives of quite a lot of people who have read it. If you were touched by these articles please do let me know and I would love to share how I am feeling now.

I keep promising myself that I will be writing on a regular basis, but it somehow didn't happen. Below is the latset picture of myself.

Getting older and wiser I guess..

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Trip to Johor Bahru for Tender Interview

I did a day trip to Johor Bahru (Southern tip of Malaysia) yesterday morning for a Tender Interview. Was there was the tender at 3.15 pm and after that a sire visit. I want to share with you my photo taken at the North South Highway, it is green all the way. Also I will share with you the photos taken at the site that I visited for the foundation works.

North South Highway - So green

Entrance to the site

Platform prepared for the site - After the rain

Monday, May 13, 2013


I really thought that I have lost my password on this blogs. But Voila...I am here now. It's been a long time since I had blogged. The last was a few years back...I have actually lost a lot of hair and also put on weight...shifted to a new house. Both my kids have grown up and I am back in Malaysia for good. So let me say something about what I do now...I am in Econpile(M) Sdn Bhd and I work as a General Manager. It gets hectic at times but I have a nice place to rest and relax...I will share the pictures of my new house with you and you be the judge.
Both my kids are in Medical School, the eldest in Moscow and the younger son in IMU in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur. So have another couple of years before I can relax a bit. Time is catching up and according to my Doctor I should be taking life easy that is after my CABG...
I hope I can connect back to my old buddies on this world of blogs...I see some of them are churning blogs after blogs...there is always something to write...I am on Facebook most of the time and I hardly have the time to let me start back my feel free to comment...

Taken in Shenzen China

Living Room

Car Porch

My home theater

Saturday, September 17, 2011

2nd Anniversary of my CABG

How time flies and it is my 2nd Anniversary since I had my heart by pass. Just thought of writing a few words in my blog as I know there are some of you who read my blog and recently I got a query from someone with regards to the by pass surgery. I said don't worry as everything will be fine. So I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Good Lord for his blessings and in giving me a second chance in life....THANK YOU

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

My morning walk at Danga Bay, J.B

This morning I did my walk at a new surrounding i.e. about 350 km from Kuala Lumpur (I just love the sight and smell of the sea). I was in  Danga Bay , Johor Bahru at my job site since Sunday night and back to KL this evening (Wednesday). The place is at the Southern tip of Malaysia, facing Singapore. I enjoyed my morning walk there and since I had my phone (HTC Desire) with me while walking, I took some pictures to share with you. I love the boats or yacht parked at Danga Bay. I bet it is a nice place to chill out in the evening overlooking the Bay with a nice drink and they have a seafood restaurant too, maybe I should check it out....

Friday, September 2, 2011


Robin Sharma

I know I'm unpopular on this point. But I owe you my truth: most people sleep more than they need to. They fall into the trap of spending some of the best hours of their lives on a mattress. They squander their potentially breathtaking gifts under the covers. They lose The Battle of The Bed. They trade their greatness for a snooze button.
Here's an insight I invite you to consider: sleep begets sleep. The more sleep you take, the more you need. Ever noticed that as you sleep more, you feel sleepier? Strange isn't it.
But it's true.
Yes, I get that sleep is essential to keep us bright and renewed and healthy. My fear is too much sleep. The kind that keeps great people small. The kind that minimizes high-potential lives. The kind that sucks the living out of human beings destined to shine (and you know who you are). Happens to a lot of us. Because we fall in love with a pillow.
Too much to do and too many great places to explore and too many Big Hairy Audacious Goals (thanks Jim Collins) to get to sleep too much. Life is for the living. I need to repeat that again: “life is for the living.” You and I have been given a gift today: to have the opportunity to make a difference and exercise our talents and have a brilliantly fun time doing it. And we need to seize (and respect) that gift.
So sleep less. Live more. And as Benjamin Franklin observed: “there will be plenty of time to sleep when you're dead.” (I've always liked that guy)