My wife, Mainie delivered a 3.7kg baby boy on Friday, 25th January 2008 @ 2.46pm. And yes, he was delivered normally. I meant to inform you earlier, but things have been really busy last few days.
After 3 days fighting spam bots with my phpBB version 2, I decided to upgrade it to phpBB3. Unfortunately, the configuration for administrator sucks. I don’t know why, but it took me longer time to configure it out compared to the existing Simple Machine forum engine. Luckily, only Kay and Meng Chwen registered, and no … Read moreNow share with us your SSL experiences…
At last… After 2 years of struggling online with mount-kinabalu-borneo.com website and 1 year with this blog, it is about time for me to open Mount Kinabalu more to the online community. Frankly speaking, I hate the booking system by Sutera Sanctuary Lodges (SSL). It was bearable 2 years ago, but it was getting horrible. … Read moreKinabalu Forum – Where we could do something with SSL
Calling all doctor and student bloggers and anyone who can help. The Government has begun to arrest and jail doctors on a technicality – not registering their clinic with the PHFSA. This act treats doctors like common criminals. These are community doctors who have not committed a serious crime but instead face an incredibly harsh … Read moreDon’t Jail Doctors Blog Campaign
Oh, I had a roasted clam session last month with my brother and his family form Muar. He spent 2 weeks of traveling here in Kota Kinabalua and Kundasang during the school holiday. We had a very good time together, and one of it was eating roasted clam at the well known stalls along Jalan … Read moreLokan Bakar (Roasted Clam) at Jalan Sulaman, Kota Kinabalu
Mount Kinabalu is not a technical climb, means that you don’t have to bring any special equipments or apparatus to help on your climbing. It’s a straight forward climbing, and some climbers considered it as a hiking activity. There’s always risk on any climbing activities. As long as you are moving up or down (against … Read more9 most common injuries to climbers of Kinabalu
I received a call from Nuffnang just now about my website entry to The Dotcom Youth Search. It was a surprise, as I did not expect my website to be shortlisted as the top 10 highest voters. They received more than 400 entries, and a lot of the site submitted are more “bling” and “happening” … Read moreThank you to my website voters. And you have less than 48 hours to vote!
Rants and raves about the height of Kinabalu were audible last year, 2007. I knew that Mount Kinabalu is not the highest mountain in South East Asia, but I did not know that Mount Kinabalu was ranked 5th on the highest point in SEA. Dan Low is the person who was responsible for the information … Read moreMount Kinabalu is NOT the highest mountain in South East Asia
We managed to go back to Kudat last Saturday for just a short break. A good getaway for my family, as it has been a while since my children saw their grandparent. I also managed to snap some photos of the Longhouse and the surroundings, and currently still editing the photos. I may have to … Read moreHappy New Year 2008!
Just have a session with Wilfred and I-Gek from Mountaintorq.com last Saturday. Managed to get Aiden and Peter Chang from Power Tours to sit together and discussed about how to work with each other. Discussion meeting was held at Adventure Factors office here in Wisma Sabah, Kota Kinabalu. Apart from discussing about the via ferrata … Read more5 provided equipments for your Mt. Kinabalu via ferrata adventure