Friday, May 25, 2007

Ingin kumiliki

mungkin ku miliki
seluruh cintamu
kusadari semua itu anganku

kuingin katakan..
hanyalah dirimu..
yang melukis warna mimpi hatiku

*inginku miliki.....
dengan sepenuh hati..
walauku harus
setengah terluka
mengharap cintamu

**inginku sayangi
tanpa terbagi lagi..
apakah mungkin menjalin kasih bila aku tak tau bagaimana
kau mencintai diriku..

kuingin katakan..
hanyalah dirimu..
yang melukis warna rindu hatiku..


inginku miliki....


Aku Cinta Pada Mu

di malam yg romantis ini
tuk kau dan aku
tetapi dikau bagaikan air
yg membeku

masih terbaca ragu
di matamu
haruskah aku berikrar
tuk yg ke seribu kali

reff: aku cinta padamu, sungguh
aku cinta padamu, sungguh
mestikah ku ulangi dari mulutku sendiri
aku cinta padamu, kasih

sesungguhnya tak salah
bila kau tanya
begitu banyaknya wanita
yg tlah menggoda

tetapi setia kini
aku bertahan
masihkah kau tak mengerti
masihkah kau tak percaya

repeat reff

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Aku Cinta Padamu

Aku Cinta Padamu " David Michael Goodman "

Iman Goodman

Saturday, May 19, 2007

You Are My Everything

For My Beloved Hubby - Doc

You Are My Everything

He's is my love of my Life ...
I dedicate the above song for him ...
Love .. PrettySweetBoy

This is my Vietnam

Wow the days have gone so quickly here im not sure i have much to tell!! Hanoi is insane! Crossing the road is literally taking your life into your own hands. You just walk in front of the millions of bikes coming at you and hope for the best and so far it has been ok.We have seen some beautiful buildings and a beautiful lake and the Veitnamese people are sooooo friendly. So here begins the Vietnam adventure!



Listen to the lyrics of this song ...

Big Girls Don't Cry

I love this so mucccchhhh

Thailand Patong Beach

Did you know that Phuket has over 16 beaches? The most famous ones is Patong Beach on the west coast. If you want to a crowd, lots of noise and party, thats the place to go. Patong has 3 km of white beach. There is alot to do besides sunbathing. Para sailing, jet skying, boat rides, shopping at the many beach vendors. Of course you can also have a massage, right on the beach.What I think it’s worth mentioning that there is a Starbucks , McDonnalds and gorgeous beach boys.
Apparently Patong beach has a very lively night life. And if its a thai lady you are looking for thats the place to go. Obviously I’ve never been there at night ….


My Trip to Phuket Thailand

Phuket Town is best explored on foot. Once you get into the town, you'll be approached by friendly and persistent locals offering to take you and your friends around the town in a private car with A/C for about 3 dollars(100 baht). Do not go with it. I know it sounds like a bargain and you'll be attempted, but trust me, exploring it at your own pace is the best option. The town itself is small, easy to get around, so many things to see, and so much food to try, you don't want to miss any of it by being stuck in a car. Plus, you really do not know where the driver will take you. Why waste your precious time?

There's so much more about Phuket Town I want to talk about, but I guess I'll have to save that for later. Stay tuned. There will be more to come.
Beaches are nice, but Phuket Town is a very exciting place to explore. It's about 30 minutes by car from the beach. You can get there by local bus, tuk tuk(taxi), scooter, motorcycle, or private car.

We rode the bus once. It was an interesting experience, and we enjoyed it. It's very economic to travel by bus there. It costs less than 1 dollar(25 bhat) per person to Phuket Town from the beach and you can sightsee along the way. Its downside is slow and you have to wait for it by the street. It comes every half an hour. If you miss it, gotta hang around the beach for another half an hour. Image standing in the heat of 30 celsius plus humidity, hum..not very fun, or running for the bus in that kind of heat, which is what we did...huh..wishing we could jump into a pool after that run.

You can also take tuk-tuk to the town. Tuk-tuk is Thai version of taxi. It is essential to bargain before getting in a tuk-tuk. The price ranges from $10 to $20 one way from the beach depending on your bargain skills :p. A tuk-tuk sits 4-5 people, so if you have a group of people to share the cost with you, it's not bad at all.

We found the best way to travel across the island is to rent a scooter. It costs $5 a day plus gas only. You can ride it anywhere, stop and go anytime you want. We discovered a lot of interesting places while scootering around the island. We came across local eateries, night markets, elephant trekking, and sunset view points. And riding the scooter in and out of traffic like locals is A LOT of fun although we had some embarrasing moments, not to mention how I fell off the scooter at the gas station. Watching the chaotic traffic, you probably don't think there's much to the traffic rules. Well, not entirely true. There are rules to comply when it comes to ride a scooter. Drive on the left-hand side of the road; never drive in the opposite direction on a one-way street; bring your driver's license; wear a helmet. The last one applies to the drivers only. Yeah, I know. It doesn't make sense. Only are drivers required to wear a helmet in Thailand. Many foreign travellers get fined for breaking these rules. We witnessed a lot of them. Actually we are not an exception. We got caught just one block away from the bike rental for not wearing a helmet. If you think you can talk your way out of it, well, good luck! We tried.

I'll be back to Phuket again , but this time with my love one....


Friday, May 11, 2007

Izinkan Ku Pergi

Such a Lovely Song


My Favourite Singer - Christina Aguilera

Demi Waktu

I love this song ...

Kenangan Terindah

One of my favourite song !!!!!


Listen to this Music

Tuesday, May 1, 2007

My Toronto Trip - ( Part Two - Niagara Falls )

I was excited when I found out that we’d be going to Canada to see Niagara Falls .
The Niagara Falls tour will bring me to one of Canada’s most spectacular sights. I will make my way to Niagara through the towns of Hamilton - "the steel capital of Canada", St. Catharines - "the fruit basket of Ontario", and the wine region of the Niagara Peninsula. An ample amount of time will be spent at the falls to give myself every opportunity to take pictures and admire the thundering waters.Included is a thrilling boat ride on the Maid of the Mist for an unique view of the spectacular Horseshoe Falls - I didn't managed to go for this tour experience . Other highlights include a meal and a trip along the beautiful Niagara Parkway which winds its way along the Niagara Gorge passing through the historic community of Niagara-on-the-Lake.

These are Pictures from Niagara Falls. My Beloved Goodman took me there. It was the best time of my life!! Awesome! All the hype you've heard about Niagara Falls is true. This was actually My Goodman few trips. I loves the falls and has been wanting the both of us to go. This was my first trip to the falls. In fact, it was my first trip into the 51st state... I mean... Canada. We of course did all the tourist stuff, the Casino, and a ton of little things that kept us solidly busy the whole time.

The view was breathtaking. Never thought that I would have a chance to visit one of the eight wonders in the world. Cool! Now, I have seven more Wonders to go.

Niagara Falls is best viewed from Canada. Across the falls is Buffalo, New York State. The bridge linking USA and Canada is called Rainbow Bridge while the smaller waterfall opposite Niagara is called the US Falls. The US falls is far to compete with Niagara Falls that has the shape of a horseshoe.The Canadian side really is the place to go. The falls actually face Canada, so it offers the best view. Also, the grounds are very nice and well maintained.

The first thing we remember about the Falls is how we were getting rained on... but it wasn't raining! It was the mist from the falls.
The Falls is one of those rare, natural attractions that just leave you awestruck as you continue to look at it. The size, the sound, and just the sight of it keeps you captivated for hours. You can go away from the Falls for a little while, then go back to it, and you get that feeling again. It never gets old, not for me at least.

Given a choice, it's definitely much nicer to visit the Falls during the warm seasons. Any time of year, though, I think you're guaranteed an unforgettable experience with the Niagara Falls.Niagara Fallas isa truly majestic symbol ofMother Nature and the power of rushing water. Even the glitzy casinos and the crowds could not detract from its beauty.

By then we had to go home. It truly had been a wonderful day! Hopefully we can go back there sometime again soon!

My Toronto Trip - Part One

In December last year, I took my first trip to Toronto Canada to visit boyfriend and his beloved family and friends !
Toronto is a sparkling gem on the north shore of Lake Ontario. This bright, bold, cosmopolitan city, offers four magnificent seasons for unique vacations all year round. Enjoy dynamic theatre and arts, multicultural dining experiences, plus a multitude of fantastic activities. Toronto is a city thriving with the celebration of being a culturally diverse city with vitality and enthusiasm for life. The city welcomes what is new in art, architecture, fashion, film, theatre and music. It dazzles with the finer things in life-from opulent to offbeat galleries and museums, from chic to trendy shopping and cuisine from all five continents. From the CN Tower, the world?s tallest free-standing structure to amazing Hockey Hall of Fame Toronto offers no end to the exciting attractions. Travel to Toronto and discover a vibrant cosmopolitan city that sizzles with excitement day and night!
Toronto is a very beautiful town. We walked most of the time around the city to admire the scenery and architectures of the buildings. I would say Toronto is very clean and prosperous town. The high-rise buildings are much newer and much more extravagant than the ones in New York City.
Food is just great in Toronto. I love the food here. We went to an authentic Jewish bakery and Chinese restaurant at one of the shopping mall.The new China Town in Toronto is probably comparable to a part of China Town in New York City. The food was simply fantastic! The shops looked old but the things beings sold are pretty interesting. Subway in Toronto is always on time and real fast. Weather got a bit cold in Toronto just before I left.Explore the metropolitan city of Toronto, dramatic ice formations at the foot of the thundering Niagara Falls and the historic cities of Montreal and Quebec City. Enjoy great entertainment, diverse cultures, beautiful and unspoiled scenery, fine museums, graceful architecture and sophisticated shopping. Travel aboard VIA Rail in VIA 1 service as you travel between both cities. Winter is a magical time, when thick blankets of snow cover the landscape, lights twinkle in the clear night air, and the promise of a Joyeux Noël is always just around the corner. To be continued ...

Canadian flags and Toronto

The National Flag of Canada, popularly known as the Maple Leaf and l'Unifolié (French for "the one-leaved"), is a base red flag with a white square in its centre featuring a stylized, 11-pointed, red maple leaf. Before this flag, Canada used variants of the British Red Ensign with the shield of Canada charged in the fly. The Red Ensign that took familiar shape in Canada was introduced by Prime Minister Mackenzie King after the First World War. From the 1940s until 1965, Canada made several attempts to create its own flag by holding national contests, but the Red Ensign still flew for Canada. A serious debate about a flag change did not occur until 1964, when a committee was picked by Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson. Out of three choices, the maple leaf design by George F.G. Stanley was chosen as the winner. The current flag was adopted in 1964. The flag made its first appearance on February 15, 1965, which is now celebrated annually as Flag Day.
Other than the Maple Leaf flag, several other flags have been created to be used by Canadian officials, government bodies and military forces. Most of these flags contain the Maple Leaf motif in some fashion; either by having the Canadian flag charged in the canton or by inclusion of maple leaves in the design.
Royal Union Flag is also an official flag in Canada, used as a symbol of Canada's membership in the Commonwealth of Nations and of her allegiance to the Crown. The Royal Union Flag forms a component of the flags of several provinces.[1] In Quebec, the provincial flag (a blue cross with four fleur-de-lis) is often considered a national flag along with the Maple Leaf flag, as is the Acadian flag in the Acadian regions of the Maritime provinces.

Birthday Wishes For My Friends

Birthday Wishes For My Friends

On your birthday,

I wish for you guys the fulfillment of all your fondest dreams.

I hope that for every candle on your cake

you get a wonderful surprise.

I wish for you guys thatwhatever you guys want most in life,

it comes to you guys,

just the way you guys imagined it,or better.

I hope you guys get as much pleasure from our friendship as I do.

I wish we were sisters and brothers,

so I could have known you guys from the beginning.

I look forward to enjoying our friendship for many more of your birthdays.

I'm so glad you guys were born,

because you guys brighten my life and fill it with joy.
Happy Birthday!


Why Can't I Cry ?

Why Can't I Cry

I ask myself this constantly.

Things have gone wrong,

Things get worse.

Times like these make me want to cry.

Things like these, upset me.

But the tears don't flow.

They come at times when I don't expect.

Times when I'm lonely,

Times when I'm meloncholy,

But they dont come when I want them.

They dont come when I feel they are needed.

Is it a sign?

Telling me I shouldn't cry.

I hurt so bad...

But why cant I cry?