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Friday, December 31, 2010

Sambutan Hari Natal dan Tahun Baru

Yup, inilah pertama kali dalam sejarah hidupku menghadiri sambutan hari natal @ krismas dan tahun baru 2011. Di semenanjung sambutan sebegini jarang dilakukan terutama dalam cabang kesihatan yang aku harungi ini. Semasa di universiti pon tiada sambutan sebegini rupa.

Di Keningau lah aku mendapat pengalaman sebegini rupa hehe..=) Ianya diadakan pada 29 Dis 2010. Sambutan ini diadkan di Klinik Kesihatan Ibu & Anak Keningau bermula jam 7 sehingga 10.30mlm.Pelbagai pengisian telah diadakan. dan bagi aku, sambutan krismas ini, kanak2 lah yang paling hepi...macam2 adiah dieorg dapat...=)


Mr. Toni sedang memberi kata2 aluan yang bersemangat hehe..=)

Nyanyian koir lagu2 krismas oleh jururawat2 dengan iringan petikan gitar Mr. Toni..=)

Acara memotong kek bagi ahli keluarga staff kesihatan yang menyambut ulangtahun kelahiran bulan disember...=)

yabedabeduuuu.....santa claus is coming hehe...=) Mr.santa sedang beri adiah kepada amanda sebelum amanda menangis takut ngan santa claus haha..=D
Bebudak yang meng'shuffle' kan diri hehe...tp sound system kureng..next time boleh perbaiki lagi...baru bebudak tuh semangat nak menari hehe..=) dapat adiah lg u olss hehe....


Pengalaman baru di sini....tambah lagi koleksi memori aku di Keningau selepas 6 bulan berada di sini...=) ku harapakan cerah hidupku ini sehinggalah aku beredar dari sini....
My next plan: Hari Keluarga KKIA Keningau...hope jadi..planning somewhere in Feb...

oh yaaa...now is...00:00hour....

Happy New Year guys...........=)

Sunday, December 26, 2010

90 Days



90 hari di bumi sabah...land below the wind..

yaaa....sudah 90 hari aku berada di sabah, tanpa Dokumen Perjalanan Terhad dan Pas Kerja, mulai esok aku akan diiktiraf sebagai PTI haha...=D

Last balik masa raya bulan 9 arituh....pelik jugak bila di fikir2kan, masa kat putrajaya dulu x balik perak 6 bulan pon xpa, nie baru 3 bulan huhu...Laut China Selatan memisahkan aku dgn org2 yg ku syg....huhu...sedeyyyy....=(

bukannya ku xleh balik, aku bleh balik tp mcm xleh balik sbb nk selesaikan apa yg belum lg aku selesaikan...berbicara tentang kerja, sampai bebila pon x abes haha....=)

Apa yg aku buat dalam 90 hari nie...??
1) Sambut Hari Raya Aidiladha
2) KKIA Keningau dapat peniktirafan Klinik Rakan Bayi (blum official lg)
3) FJ dtg menjengukku di sabah..=)
4) Masuk umah sewa baru...=)
5) Beli 'kuda' baru...nama die Su3si..=)
6) Ber Awal Muharram di Sabah..=)
7) Melihatkan sambutan Krismas di sini yg mana sana sini org pakai snow cap santa hehe..

dan laen2 lagi....haha..=)

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Tarikh Gaji Sektor Awam 2011

Khusus untuk pekerja di sektor awam...=)

Tahun depan xdak gaji awal so aku suka muhaha...=)



Tuesday, December 21, 2010

The Tip of Borneo - Tanjung Simpang Mengayau

On 3 Dec 2010, aku telah menghadiri Hari Kesihatan Sedunia dan Hari HIV Sedunia Peringkat Negeri Sabah di Kudat. Wehooo...dapat jalan2 tempat org di Kudat..=)

On da way, ke Kudat kami menyinggah ke Simpang Tanjung Mengayau....Kami...?? hehe....yer aku, bosku & Soliuhin a.k.a driver...=)

The Tip of Borneo adalah satu kawan terletak paling utara bagi tanah besar borneo di negeri Sabah....terletak sebelum sampai ke Kudat...Kawsan ini juga merupakan pertemuan Laut Cina Selatan dan juga Laut Sulu. Permandangan di sini cantik sgt..=)


Soliuhin & Dr Marsudi Manah


Gambo2 pemandangan di situ hehe..=)


Pemandangan The Tip of Borneo dari atas..=)


The Tip of Borneo dari dekat...=)
walaupon ada signage kata jgn limpas n pergi ke kawasan ini namun aku tetap turun jugak hehe..=)


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IMAGINE STANDING ON A CLIFF, WATCHING THE WAVES
below you crash against the rocks as the blue-green sea
stretches on for miles. A white sandy beach and swaying
green coconut palms in the
distance add colour to the
amazing sight before you.

Welcome to the Tip of
Borneo, Tanjung Simpang
Mengayau. Located at the
northern extremity of Borneo,
about 170 km from Kota
Kinabalu, this is the meeting
point of the Sulu and South
China Seas.

It was recently launched as
Sabah’s latest attraction; an
event that drew some 3,000 people to the Tip of Borneo.
The event was officiated by Sabah’s Chief Minister, Datuk
Seri Musa Aman, who unveiled a spectacular spherical
landmark. This bronze ‘globe’ marks the location of
Tanjung Simpang Mengayau on the globe at latitude 7
degrees north and longitude 116 degrees east. A map
featuring the island of Borneo is embossed in bronze and
laid on a flat surface at an angle with inscriptions to mark
the Tip of Borneo.

Tanjung Simpang Mengayau is derived from the original
Rungus name ‘Tanjung Sampang Mangazo’.
Literally, Tanjung means ‘tip’ and ‘Sampang Mangazo’
means a junction where a battle took place. According to
Rungus folklore, this was the site of a fierce battle fought by
their forefathers, defending Rungus territory against
invaders.

Local folklore claims that pirates often frequented this
area, attacking and looting innocent villagers who lived
nearby. The villagers decided to join forces and defend
themselves. Hence, Tanjung Simpang Mengayau became
an ideal spot to observe the arrival of pirates and foreign
ships. The brave warriors stood guard here and kept
unwanted visitors at bay.

History also claims that the fleet of the famous explorer
Ferdinand Magellan, on its voyage to circumnavigate the
globe, stopped here for forty-two days to repair their ships.

In the distance, you can see a lighthouse. Locals
believe that spirits ‘move in’ to this lighthouse when their
‘homes’ in surrounding areas (either on the mainland or
nearby islands) are disturbed by human activity. Today, the
lighthouse serves as a guiding beacon to passing ships.

Today, Tanjung Simpang Mengayau has retained much
of its natural beauty and is equipped with amenities such as
parking lots, sheds, restrooms and a canteen to make your
visit more convenient and comfortable. This year on May 13,
the Tip of Borneo will be the spectacular venue for the
annual Kota Kinabalu Symphony Orchestra’s (KKSO) Sunset
Symphony. Guests will be serenaded with contemporary and
classical favourites amidst a dramatic sunset and a full moon;
a musical experience like no other! So as you plan your ‘mustsee’
list while in Sabah, make sure the Tip of Borneo is right at
the top.
 

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