Monday, October 10, 2011

#MSS2011 - Never say goodbye @ Holiday Inn Kuala Lumpur Glenmarie

The final day of My Selangor Story 2011 has came at last. From sleeping on mattresses on the floor just last night to sleeping on big, comfortable beds in a luxuirious hotel has been quite a journey for us. All 24 bloggers of them could finally pack to go home and resume life as usual.

Thanks to Holiday Inn Kuala Lumpur Glenmarie for the hospitablity. I just loved the pillows on the bed! I thought I'd never wake up because it was too comfortable! Hehe.

My room shared with Fie.
We had our breakfast quite late and I stayed at the table long after my food was finished on my plate. I didn't feel like checking out just yet. The group of 24 bloggers has now been lessened to half the lot. Many of them have already flown off via Firefly early this morning. T_T 

Spotted Hijrah and Nigel at the right.
But alas, all good things must come to an end. We fetched our luggage and checked out at the lobby. Pictures were taken as the Indonesian bloggers waited for their ride to the airport.

With adik Helga.
The Malaysian bloggers that did stay back to see the Indonesians off received small gifts of kind gesture. Never say goodbye. Say see you later please.

A wooden bracelet from Suzan. Awww!! *terharu dehh!
I managed to take a photo with the remaining hijabi girls. We never had the chance before to do so.
Farewell has never been easy.
Being the only one still recording, I thought I'd create a vid of the Indonesians departure to the airport. I leanrt later on that Andi missed his early morning flight and Danial's flight was in the evenning. But MSS2011 has finally ended when more than half of the remaining bloggers went home.

I feel my journey on My Selangor Story 2011 has changed a lot of my insights on life. It's OK to go out from my comfort zone and try new things. I did many of my firsts during this trip. My first time kayaking,, first at sailing, first time to Sepang for that matter, and many more. Abseiling and doing obstacle course among them.

And to think I'd enter a pub? A hijabi girl? It'd be quite queer among the Malaysian community but as long as you're in the right crowd and among trustful friends (must importantly trusting yourself), the whole pub experience could be elevating. But I doubt my parents would approve of that. Haha. but as conservative as I am, I never turn down event invitations unless the crowd is not right. If you get my meaning.

But overall, the bloggers and crew of My Selangor Story 2011 are farmost the joyest, friendliest group of people to hang with. And with that I want to say THANK YOU for this joyous adventure.

Till then, "Never say goodbye, I'll definitely see you guys soon!"

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pummkin said... [Reply]

Jard, it's great to have known you & a pleasure to have taken your videos & recorded the challenges with you. May the memories live in us forever! Hope you had a good rest & be ready to take on the world!!!

Jard The Great said... [Reply]

@pummkin... awwwwwwwww.. thanks! I wish all the same with you. *hugss!

@helgaindra said... [Reply]

sedih lah kalo tengok video di tulisan ini



Jard The Great said... [Reply]

@helga.. haha. sama laaaa... bila bisa bertemu lagi?

aza ni said... [Reply]

holiday inn glenmarie...nice, I was there from 26 till 29 sept for seminar..

very late at night I dive into the pool

Jard The Great said... [Reply]

@azani.. ahh.. samalah. sy pun pernah berseminar di sini... sgt beshhh!!