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Be_ADP Welcoming Party 2012

My team and I have been busy planning for the Welcoming Party. Since I will not be around to attend this party, I am leaving it to my managing directors. I wish them all the best in making this party a success! :) Dear New Members of Be_ADP 2012, a warm welcome to all of you and thank you for joining Be_ADP. As for the old members, welcome back! :)

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Ice Skating with TMers + Hot Mama

Jamin. Kavi. David. Vanny. Me. :)
It was quite a last minute thing for us to come together and go skating at Sunway Pyramid. Best skater goes to Kavi. Fastest new learner goes to Vanny. Before heading to the skating ring, we bought doughnuts from J-Co. Then it took us nearly half an hour putting on our gloves and skates. It has been 3-4 years plus since i last skated i think. Took me quite awhile to warm up on the ice. The best part during skating for me is after falling, despite being drenched, I continued skating without giving up.
At 9 pm, we drove back to campus and dropped Kavi off and the four of us left for SS15 and had a great dinner in Ayam Penyet. The chicken was a little dry but overall it was delicious. Vanny called Edwin along to join us too. So long I haven't seen Edwin around. Nice bonding time for all of us. :)



Fell in love with Lepok Falls

Lepok Planned the first outing for Be_ADP in the new term as the Vice president of Members Welfare and Development, and it was successful! Oh YEAH!

I woke up as early as 6.00 in the morning and drove down to campus for a bonding trip at Lepok Falls, Hulu Langat with my fellow Be_ADP members. As you know us Malaysians have Malaysian time, we waited for everyone to come and took off to our destination at 8.00 am instead of 7.30 am. With 17 members and 4 cars, we drove off excitedly. It was roughly an hour drive to Hulu Langat. Thank God for GPS that Cheng Loke borrowed from Max. Super accurate!

We parked our cars and started our journey into the jungle. On the way, we went through many obstacles such as tree logs and muddy areas. I kept looking out for LEECHES while trekking. I'm glad to say I'm sort of immune to it after I kena 30 leeches bites from OBS early this year. We got lost a few times but thank God the orang asli there directed us to the right path. Patrick, our president said to always keep to the right when you get lost. (what he read from blogs) *This is not true, we kept to the right and had to U-turn back once.

As for me, not a newbie in jungle trekking, the path was just nice! Not to say very challenging while we made our way upwards. However the path did get a little steeper nearer to the top. On the way, when we heard faint splashes of water, we were so excited. Unfortunately, it was a false alarm. It took us to a river. -.- We U-turned back out and continued trekking upward. It was about 11.30 when we reached the bottom of the waterfall. :) We rested there for short while and had lunch. Many of us were washing our feet in the icy cold water. The water was crystal clear and tempting. Me took a few photos there!

Lester posing!
Cute Minkyoung
Jiunn How
Cheng Tzan
Burhan! thanks for buying the food
Eric Chan
Christopher. This guy been trekking a couple of times.
Adrian and Matt
Jin Khai
Lending a helping hand :)
Cool post!

The late comers who arrived at last. Khaled, Cheng Loke and Mr Chuah. Sorry for leaving you guys behind! :/

Mr Chuah
Khaled & Cheng Loke
Everyone was quite hungry 
Nasi Lemak 2.0? Eric!

 It started to drizzle slightly while we were enjoying our meals so we decided to take shelter at a rundown pondok. It was a spooky place to me!

Me love them!

We continued our journey towards Lepok Falls. It was indeed a breathtaking scenery up there. Over there, the boys started stripping and dipped themselves in the freezing cold water.

Trying hard to climb to the top
One of the first few to dive into the icy cold water
Burhan reached to the top of the water fall
Muscle up!
More and more boys trying to climb up the slippery rocks

Mr Chuah and his Awesome DSLR
"Yay! I almost reach to the top." Minkyoung
The boys 
Playing in the pool at the bottom of the waterfall
Shivering @_@

Khaled and his ADP flag!
On the way out of the jungle

We came out of the jungle around 2.30 pm. Everyone was exhausted and muddy but yet they had so much fun. For some, it was their first time trekking. I'm glad they had an awesome experience. My photos were dominated by boys. Where are all the girls? Looking forward to plan another trip again. Perhaps paintball or roller blade-ing! :D Who's up for it?

Lord, thank you for keeping us safe and alive throughout this whole bonding trip. :)