Journey Kuala Lumpur->Chaiya->Pattaya->Siem Riep->Bangkok->Chumpon-> Phuket-> Pok Meng->Satun->Wang Kelian->Kuala Lumpur
Pada March 2011, aku tak dapat peluang park moto aku dlm Angkor. This year I'm lucky because I can park my Big V in Angkor with my VOG friends....ooooo yessssss dan merasa sambut pesta Songkran ketika masuk Bangkok, kna simbah ngan ayaq baik punya+ calik ngan something wana putih i think kapur kut. But kenangan yg manis buat aku sampai bila2...versys ngan tuan2 nya kna mandi..lenjun. Pantang benti, pasti kna simbah
Everybody please stand up...please stand up
Hajat aku dah tercapai, alhamdulilah
Sengehhhhh ye kak..
As I wished last year 2011 that I want park my bike here someday
Selow nyaaa....Mengisi masa yang terluang, inilah keja aku sambil ride sambil ambik pic nak ilang zzzzz
Almost and almost there
Welcome to Kingdom of Cambodia, at last
Akibat di Songkran ketika masuk Bangkok...walahhhhhh
Hajat aku nak merasa pesta songkran. "Nyata sekali perayaan Songkran diterajui adat menyimbah air. Orang ramai merayau-rayau di jalanan dengan membawa baldi berisi air atau pistol air, atau berdiri di tepi jalan sambil memegang hos lalu mecurahkan air ke arah orang lain. Adat menyimbah air asalnya merupakan cara memberi hormat kepada orang lain dengan menangkap air "bertuah" yang sudah dicurahkan untuk membersihkan patung Buddha lalu dicurahkan ke arah baru orang tua untuk memberi tuah kepada mereka sekeluarga. Bagi golongan muda pula, oleh sebab bulan April merupakan bulan terhangat di Thailand (suhunya boleh mencecah 40°C), perayaan ini dijadikan hari berseronok dengan menyimbahkan air ke arah orang lain, sehingga timbulnya gejala seperti berlawan air dan menyimbah air ke arah orang yang memandu kenderaan" sumber http://ms.wikipedia.org/wiki/Songkran.
"The most obvious celebration of Songkran is the throwing of water. Thais roam the streets with containers of water or water guns (sometimes mixed with mentholated talc), or post themselves at the side of roads with a garden hose and drench each other and passersby. This, however, was not always the main activity of this festival. Songkran was traditionally a time to visit and pay respects to elders, including family members, friends, neighbors, and monks.Besides the throwing of water, people celebrating Songkran as a Buddhist festival may also go to a wat (Buddhist monastery) to pray and give food to monks. They may also cleanse Buddha images from household shrines as well as Buddha images at monasteries by gently pouring water mixed with a Thai fragrance (Thai: น้ำอบไทย) over them. It is believed that doing this will bring good luck and prosperity for the New Year. In many cities, such as Chiang Mai, the Buddha images from all of the city's important monasteries are paraded through the streets so that people can toss water at them, ritually 'bathing' the images, as they pass by on ornately decorated floats. In northern Thailand, people may carry handfuls of sand to their neighborhood monastery in order to recompense the dirt that they have carried away on their feet during the rest of the year. The sand is then sculpted into stupa-shaped piles and decorated with colorful flags.Some people make New Year resolutions - to refrain from bad behavior, or to do good things. Songkran is a time for cleaning and renewal. Besides washing household Buddha images, many Thais also take this opportunity to give their home a thorough cleaning.The throwing of water originated as a way to pay respect to people, by capturing the water after it had been poured over the Buddhas for cleansing and then using this "blessed" water to give good fortune to elders and family by gently pouring it on the shoulder. Among young people the holiday evolved to include dousing strangers with water to relieve the heat, since April is the hottest month in Thailand (temperatures can rise to over 100°F or 40°C on some days). This has further evolved into water fights and splashing water over people riding in vehicles. Nowadays, the emphasis is on fun and water-throwing rather than on the festival's spiritual and religious aspects, which sometimes prompts complaints from traditionalists. In recent years there have been calls to moderate the festival to lessen the many alcohol-related road accidents as well as injuries attributed to extreme behavior such as water being thrown in the faces of traveling motorcyclists. The water is meant as a symbol of washing all of the bad away and is sometimes filled with fragrant herbs when celebrated in the traditional manner.Songkran is also celebrated in many places with a pageant in which young women demonstrate their beauty and unique talents, as judged by the audience. The level of financial support usually determines the winner, since, to show your support you must purchase necklaces which you place on your chosen girl. Reference http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Songkran_(Thailand).
So kiranya aku disongkran dan mengsongkran diri ketika aku and the geng masuk Bangkok, Thailand mandi free habis basah yg paling best aku say no depa simbah baik punya ayaq kat aku adehhh aku redo je lah so dapat la aku merasa pesta songkran once in the life time.
Overlander from China. Derang bukan pun boley bahasa English. Aku ckp ngan depa cam ayam dan itik. Lelaki berkemeja, seluar jeans, kasut sport..compare ngan aku padding lutut la, siku la dan segala bagai depa selumber ja..pompuan pakai tshirt, jeans..ishhh naik segan aku. Kenangan manis buat akulah sempat gak depa ambik pic ngan aku, cewahhh, macham artis lah plak. Yang aku paham, "lady, isyarat thumbs up"..aku senyum je lah and say thanks
Hard Rock in Bangkok
Aku suka view kat cni, tenang angin sepoi2 bahasa apa hentah..my paberet port
Hard Rock in Phuket, Thailand
Sekian kerana sudi membaca catatan perjalanan saya ni. Ride safe