Southern African Sojourn 2017 – Day 22 – Livingstone

Defunct Cinema  'The Capitol '. The plan for the swim at Devils Pool was not meant to be even if was still being allowed as  they would have...

Southern African Sojourn 2017 – Day 21 – Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) – Livingstone ( Zambia)

Entrance to the Victoria National Park. I began to take down the tent after breakfast and suddenly Dumi told me not to do it yet. I told him that I...

Southern African Sojourn 2017 – Day 19 -Part 2 -Chobe National Park

Yours truly @ the Sedudu entrance of the Chobe National Park. After the Zambezi river cruise, I looked forward for the game drive and spending the...

Southern African Sojourn 2017 – Day 19 – Part 1 – Zambezi River Cruise

Banks of the Zambezi The plan for today was to hop on the Zambezi river cruise and then proceed to the Chobe National Park (CNP) where we are going...

Southern African Sojourn 2017 – Day 17 & 18- Elephant Sands & Kasane

Elephant Sands (Botswana) Lunch break between Maun and Nata. After an enjoyable past three days, I promised myself that I am not going to complain...

Southern African Sojourn 2017 – Day 16 – The Okavango Delta & The Air Safari

Dawn over the Okavango Delta. I didn't sleep well last night as I was awakened a lot of times by noises around the camp ... Woke up a bit late and I...

Southern African Sojourn 2017 – Day 20 – Chobe National Park – Victoria Falls ( Zimbabwe)

The leopard's calling card. The weather was still wet, raining but not as heavy when I woke up. As we took down our tents which I paid someone else...

China 2010 Day 1

March 27 2010It was a cold morning,me and my travel buddy Norzaimi made our way to the LCCT KLIA. We boarded the Airbus at 4.00 am from Kuala Lumpur Central as our flight to Tianjin is at 8.30 in the morning. On arrival at the LCCT we managed to have breakfast before...

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Korea 1983

In 1983 I was selected to attend a "On the Job" training with a few Korean Companies that produce ammunition and explosives with three other officers which were Capt Ng Chin Huat (now Brig Gen) , Warrant Officer Balakrishnan (rtd) and Warrant Officer Hamdan Rahman...

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Airlines that I have flown on

Malaysia Singapore Airlines (MSA) British Overseas Airways Corpartion (BOAC) Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Singapore Airlines (SIA) South African Airways (SAA) Thai International Scandinavian Airlines World Airways Ryan Air Easy Jet Korean Airlines Wizz Air Sunshine...

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Aircraft Types that I have flown on

Boeing 707 Boeing 727 Boeing 737 Boeing 747 SP Boeing 747 Boeing 757 Boeing 777 Boeing 787 Dreamliner Bombardier CRJ700 Douglas DC 8 Douglas DC 9 DC 10 Embraer E135 Embraer E170 MD 11 Airbus 319 Airbus 320 Airbus 321 Airbus 330 Airbus 340 Airbus 350 Airbus 380 Fokker...

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The Army Days

I had one of the best jobs in the Army as I do have to travel around Malaysia and Overseas on a regular basis. I was a Ammunition Technical Officer(ATO) and one of my task of an ATO is to inspect ammunition at various commands of units. I did traveled extensively all...

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India 1980

India 1980 . I was there for 3 months as my dad was attending the National Defence College in New Delhi India . I remembered arriving at the Palam Airport on a Thai Airways DC 8 via Bangkok with my mum as my father was already there . Home was the “Raksha Bavan” the...

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