New rates of fee charges for visitors to Sabah Parks

Effective from 1st of September 2008, Sabah Parks will impose new rates of fee charges for visitors like you and me. You may want to check it out if you decided to have some good time in one of Sabah Parks destinations: Kinabalu Parks (where Mt. Kinabalu is) Turtle Islands Park (east coast of Sabah, … Read moreNew rates of fee charges for visitors to Sabah Parks

A message for Mr. Ginik Lunsin, a Kinabalu mountain guide

I don’t know how to get to him except via this blog. I think I should have Anthony’s (Kinabalu mountain guide leader) mobile number, so that this kind of email will get through to the person mentioned… I received an email from Martin, asking me to forward his thanks and gratitude to his mountain guide … Read moreA message for Mr. Ginik Lunsin, a Kinabalu mountain guide

USOUTDOOR.com summer sale. Get your backpack for your next Kinabalu trip!

Backpack is an essential items for travelers cum climbers like you. I just received an email from USOUTDOOR.com about their sale on a lot of their items. If you are planning to find the suitable backpack for your trip, you should check out their sale now, as most of the promotions will end on 31st … Read moreUSOUTDOOR.com summer sale. Get your backpack for your next Kinabalu trip!

First 3 basic equipments for your SCUBA diving lesson

I did my DSD few months back, and decided to get myself an Open Water PADI SCUBA diving license in October. After getting some input from Roslan, one of my good friend (senior at high school & the person who is responsible for me going diving), we went to Sabah Divers at Wisma Sabah to … Read moreFirst 3 basic equipments for your SCUBA diving lesson

22nd Mt. Kinabalu International Climbathon 2008

It’s here again. Happening on 23-24 August, 2008 at Mount Kinabalu. Deemed as “the World’s Toughest Mountain Race”, the Mount Kinabalu International Climbathon is the ultimate challenge to take for those game enough to test their endurance by running up and down Mount Kinabalu for a total distance of 21 kilometers. I don’t think I … Read more22nd Mt. Kinabalu International Climbathon 2008

Climbing gloves for Mount Kinabalu climbers

I thought it was a small matter to most of us. But the truth is, it’s not. I received an email from Miss M (not her real name) asking me on what type of gloves that she could use to climb Mount Kinabalu. Can an ordinary gardening gloves would do? Do I need a water … Read moreClimbing gloves for Mount Kinabalu climbers

Blog Mastermind opens tomorrow. Watch the final 2 videos

If you have been following me since last week on Blog Mastermind, Yaro had just emailed me this morning and informed that his blog coaching program will be opened tomorrow. He also gave me the last 2 links to his videos, a look over his shoulder at how his blog makes money and how much … Read moreBlog Mastermind opens tomorrow. Watch the final 2 videos

Mt. Kinabalu fundraising climb for Cyclone Nargis survivors

I received an email from Patrick again this morning. He sent me one before, asking about some issues on Kinabalu climbing with his children. This time he was asking us a favor – to donate to his fund raising climb – for survivors of Cyclone Nargis which hit Burma few months back. I am glad … Read moreMt. Kinabalu fundraising climb for Cyclone Nargis survivors

Reporter vs Expert – Why Most Bloggers Are Stuck Reporting

This is my third post on how to be a better blogger and earn a decent income from it. You may found the previous two post are as useful as this: 10 reasons why your blog never break that two figure income… You don’t have to watch this FREE blog teaching video… There are basically … Read moreReporter vs Expert – Why Most Bloggers Are Stuck Reporting