Our fifth day was more relaxing. It was a cloudy Saturday morning when we stepped outside. And it was our first meeting with a Malaysian guy studying at Japan who volunteered to be our tourist guide that day.
I would say we were lucky to get to know this guy. First communicated with him through twitter after I posted a blogpost on the difficulty of going to Japan which later was RT'ed through twitter. Remarkably enough, this guy humbly replied my plea for help and offered help. And he wasn't even on my friend-list. LOL!
He was basically a complete stranger who initially thought I was a GUY. (Another LOL!)
Later-on I found out that he was a blogger too and is from Kelantan. Had to make sure the background of the people we meet overseas for safety measures, right? And after several online conversations, I finally decided that he is in fact a decent person to meet-up. =)
So here I'd like to introduce our tourist guide who comes with the name Asraff Jeffrey with twitter handler @cerahjeff. He wore his Harimau Malaya jersey when he came to meet us that day at the hotel's lobby. Very Malaysian don't you think? Hehe.
|Asraff toying with the iPhone 4S.|
|You know what this means? LOL. It's the pricing of iPhone 4S.|
- use GPS to know the places around you
- could install kiblat compass to know kiblat anywhere and perform your prayers
- long battery life
- and besides, its quite cheap if bought under the telco agreement overseas. Basically FREE! LOL!
... just imagine the profits they gain.
Below is the reply the SIRI application gave when Asraff asked 'How are you?". The phone was already set for Jane (presumed owner, I guess).
|Trying the voice detection application.|
Just wanted to introduce our tourist guide and iPhone 4S before blogging on the places we visited that day.
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