It was my first experience driving car inter-country-ly with two and half hour nonstop journey (with only 4-hour sleep preparation the night before). The direction to the campus wasn't that hard as i thought ealier plus that Jay and Asmawi were with me to read the signboards for me.
I don't have to tell what we did after we arrived at the campus with registration and carrying stuffs to the fourth level of the mahallah (now i have reason to do more exercise!), meeting old friends and all. I was quite impressed with the structure of buildings of the mahallah which are a little bit different from those at Gombak campus with open-air cafe, sound-impervious TV room (which means people from the outside cannot hear the sound inside), big size musolla and of course they are surrounded by breath-taking environment.
However, the room is excluded because of the lack of rack to put books and other stuffs. To overcome it, Safwan, Asmawi, Jay and I went out to Giant Kuantan to buy racks. It was a 15-minute driving to the shopping complex from the campus, which means the campus was not that remote as expected plus that the roads in the city are full with traffic lights and one-way roads.
After all, i'm happy to begin new life here after eliminating the prejudices that hounted my mind. Wish me all the best ya?
One of the block, view from my room.
Macam mahalah Usman. Ade sungai merentasi mahalah...
This one takde kat Gombak. Floating cafe kaedahnya~
The open-air cafe, not like kat Gombak di mana kalau keluar dari cafe mesti baunya melekat kat badan!
The rack bought from Giant Kuantan.