It was a long journey to kickstart my first solo travel [3 Strangers, 4 airports]. But once I did, what a great two weeks. My best friend, Hayaat, and I did the Great Ocean Road-Roadtrip. He’s a bit of a “listen to the radio” sort of guy, so when I was finally able to gain control of the music, things went SO right, that we ended up in a charming little off-the-grid town called Queenscliffe where we had the best coffee and crepes of our lives.” The stories are only getting better, we promise. Head over to the link in our bio to read more about @ramenrani ‘s shenanigans.
Funfact: Dalam Album gambar, 99 % adalah gambar atuk dukung mira 😂
i miss you atok 😔 Al Fatihah, thank you for being the best grandpa in the world ! Takde siapa boleh lawan atok ! Sebab atok tak pernah say 'NO' kat mira, untuk mira atuk semua kata ye je eventhough mcm mustahil 😂
Atuk kalau amek mira kat asrama hari jumaat, kalau mira tertido kat dorm atuk tak pernah suruh siapa siapa kejutkan,atuk setia tunggu, sampaila kawan mira yang kenal atuk kejutkan mira cakap "atuk kau dah lama tunggu kat bawah".Bila tanya kenapa atuk tak suruh kawan panggilkan,jawab atuk "mira kan penat belajar nak jadi orang berjaya, atuk boleh tunggu" 😭😭 pernah sekali tertidor dekat sejam setengah and atuk tunggu je dalam van rusa atuk warna hijau sambil bukak tingkap nak jimat minyak 😂
Today is not his birthday, today just the day that i wanna give up in my life but bila teringat atuk yang always tak pernah putus bagi semangat untuk mira dulu, mira tak jadila give up 😎
Vacation Day Four: Forayed into New Hampshire with @kieramichaud to enjoy a scramble up Mount Flume via the treacherous-but-tantalizing Flume Slide, followed by a ridge walk to Mount Liberty. We marveled at these two beautifully jagged summits as we stood atop each.
During our attempt to climb down Liberty, we somehow accidentally discovered a wide path -- not on the map -- which seemed to descend deep into the undeveloped Pemigewassett Wilderness. Luckily we recognized that we were headed in the wrong direction before we got too drastically off course. Still, I remain curious about that little-known trail. Online searches have provided zero intel so far. Does anyone know of this secret path? (Photos Taken August 20th, 2019)