Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Visiting IIUM Kuantan Campus II

What a relief! The exam was postponed to Friday. Actually I haven’t done reading (and memorizing of course) all those notes related to the Human Genetics midterm exam. So now I have time to finish this entry. Hoho...

About the trip, after about 4 and a half hour travel, we arrived at the remote IIUM Kuantan campus. Well, to me, the campus wasn’t as remote as I thought, but still can be considered remote la...

And one thing for sure, it’s like UIA and hills can't be apart. When there’s UIA campus, there are hills. Argh! So cliché, but you know what, this is what makes the campus so harmony and peaceful with such ample oxygen supply. At least I don’t have to adapt to a new shocking environment when I move there, insya–Allah...

We were brought straightly to our kulliyyah buildings. To be sure, as my friend told me, the buildings are built quite ceruk kat hujung campus like no one knows there’s another clumps of buildings. Seriously!

Looking at the not-yet-done buildings made me thinking like this – sure ke nak pindah sem depan ni? Although by naked eyes you can see in the pictures I attach here, the external look of the buildings shows that it’s done, but the internal one, not yet. But who knows, maybe the in-charge workers are so hardworking that they can make this done and clear before we move?

One thing I really cannot stand is the location of the café! Well, you know that I’m quite ‘monsterous’ in eating (gelak setan) so it was really disappointing to know the café is located (again) quite remote in Physical Building. Argh! It seems like I’ve to brunch everyday when I move to Kuantan campus. It’s time-consuming to walk to the café which is situated about 100-200 meters from the Biology Building. Argh! Worse come to the worse, the café is so small! Imagine during lunch hour, the café will be packed with bunch of people?! It'll be so crowded ma~

Another thing about food is that; problem for those international students as some of them do not eat Malaysian food! A question arose during a meeting after we arrived; will there any food other than Malaysian foods? Well... simple answer – NO. You have to adapt to Malaysian foods, whether you like or not. Clap clap clap!!!

So many complains huh?

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The 'world' bus. Bapak lawa, luar dan dalam~

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Owh... Subhanallah...

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Physical Building

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The Mahallah.

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Courtyard, Biology Building i think.

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Er... I don't know what building this is.

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The very sekolah-menengah-look laboratory.

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Pernahkah kau bermimpi seketika berada di tempatku?

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Plan for IIUM Kuantan Campus. Many buildings to be built in the coming years.

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The eldest building here.

13 comments:

DaRk AnGeL said...

aku first ke?
btw, ni tgh seminar.. maka aku tak baca pape lagi.. saje singgah lambang seminar tgh bosan..
hehehe..
[alamak.. lecturar jeling~!]

Asya said...

EM..ciannya kat international student. kna makan roti je lah ye..
Pemandangan d sana mmg x di nafikan lagi sedap mata memandang.cuma tu ler..kat ceruk habis.x per ler..

hata05 said...

movin is just lyke hijrah
your leave something to gain other things
and that makes your life perfect

Asya said...

Zaki, apasal lak ulang balik gmbar yg sama sperti posting di bawah. Boring gitu...

my self also agree what Hata said.

szakif said...

owh... kan ini sambungan post yang lepas, so recycle gambar yang lame... lagipun there's nothing really nice other than this...

luppi said...

alaa...ok je nanti...rilek2 je. kita ni manusia yg fleksibel!

|PrincesSs| said...

selamat berpindah zaki..

Asya said...

Eh...rasanya Zaki akan pindah on November je lah.... so dont wish skarang lah my dear Nad. Sodih dia nanti.

4 Zaki, ari ni ada peksa ye. do d best!!!

DaRk AnGeL said...

hahaha.. selamat berpindah zaki oi.. dgn gumbiranya aku ucapkan selamat berpindah zaki~!!! buhbye.. tata~! hehehe..
saje nak wat2 dia sedih kak ila..
hehehe
tapi dia ada peksa ka? selamat amik peperiksaan~!

Mohammad Ihab Ismail said...

Salam...

Yaaa... Penuh komplen memacam dari Zaki...
Aku tatau citer sebelum2 ni, so tatau kalo ada entry2 yg related ngan entry ni...
Tapi gamaknya ko tak happy ok nak move to Kuantan...
OF COURSE!!! Sape sudi tinggalkan Gombak yg dekat ngan Ampang (rumah aku hehe) hence dekat ngan city center tu, semata2 nak duduk kat Kuantan yg ceruk kampung mana tatau takde access nak ke KLCC segala macam...
Ye dak??
So i understand la your keSENGSARAan nak tinggalkan Gombak miehehe...

Tapi campus Kuantan ngan Gombak tak nampak jauh beza ok!
Mmg sangat typical IIUM!

Ala kulli hal... Aku mendoakan ko bahagia di Kuantan kelak...
No fuss bout the cafe... Ko bleh maintain figure fit ok tiap2 ari exercise jalan segala semata2 nak MAKAN!!
Makan 10 calories, hilang 20...
Aku budget ko kering la bila graduate!! :D

szakif said...

mak aih... terima kasih la ihab.. singgah kat sini gak akhirnye~ yang lain2 jugak, tq bebanyak.. takleh komen banyak2... few more chapters to read.. gambate|!!!

myadlan said...

eh.. not just UIA with hils.. most university also have hills. try UiTM shah alam.

the important is, to design with the ecoystem. not to destroy the green. got it?

szakif said...

adlan...
owh... is that it? maybe i should go to other university before making such conclusion... :D

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