OMG The shopping in Kuala Lumpur is killing me !

Don’t yell at me mum, coz I don’t care. And no, I have no idea how I will get all this crap home. But… IT’S SO AWESOME HERE ! They have all my favorite stuff ! You can get whole anime box sets for $4. Awesome latest release Kpop DVD’s for $7.50 and whole drama series for $7. Look what I bought !

Oh and here’s a photo of them all along with the dresses I bought for Suki. And yes, they really are Gucci and Burberry. Don’t tell me they’re fake, coz I don’t believe it. They seem genuine to me. I hope Suki gets to wear them ! I’d love to see my daughter running around in Gucci !

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8 Responses to OMG The shopping in Kuala Lumpur is killing me !

  1. KBeezie says:

    I think Suki would look really cute in the pink one you got based on that picture of her.

  2. Indy says:

    YMMD with that awnser! TX

    • Arno says:

      When they left, I felt as if I had lost my arms. I was so sad that I lost my appetite .Al-Maghrabi then flew to Manila to look for two other Filipino wrkeors to replace the ones who had left. Previously, he had tried wrkeors of different nationalities but they did not impress him. There is no comparison between Filipinos and others , he says. Whenever I see Filipinos working in the Kingdom, I wonder what our life would be without them.Saudi Arabia has the largest number of Filipino wrkeors 1,019,577 outside the Philippines. In 2006 alone, the Kingdom recruited more than 223,000 wrkeors from the Philippines and their numbers are still increasing. Filipinos not only play an important and effective role in the Kingdom, they also perform different jobs in countries across the world, including working as sailors.They are known for their professionalism and the quality of their work.Nobody here can think of a life without Filipinos, who make up around 20 percent of the world’99s seafarers. There are 1.2 millionFilipino sailors.So if Filipinos decided one day to stop working or go on strike for any reason, who would transport oil, food and heavy equipment across the world? We can only imagine the disaster that would happen.What makes Filipinos unique is their ability to speak very good English and the technical training they receive in the early stages of their education. There are several specialized training institutes in the Philippines, including those specializing in engineering and road maintenance. This training background makes them highly competent in these vital areas.When speaking about the Philippines, we should not forget Filipino nurses. They are some 23 percent of the world’s total number of nurses. The Philippines is home to over 190 accredited nursing colleges and institutes, from which some 9,000 nurses graduateeach year. Many of them work abroad in countries such as the US, the UK, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Singapore.Cathy Ann, a 35-year-old Filipino nurse who has been working in the Kingdom for the last five years and before that in Singapore, said she does not feel homesick abroad because I am surrounded by my compatriots everywhere.Ann thinks that early training allows Filipinos to excel in nursing and other vocations. She started learning this profession at the age of four as her aunt, anurse, used to take her to hospital and ask her to watch the work. She used to kiss me whenever I learned a new thing. At the age of 11, I could do a lot. I began doing things like measuring my grandfather’s blood pressure and giving my mother her insulin injections, she said.This type of early education system is lacking in the Kingdom. Many of our children reach the university stage without learning anything except boredom.The Philippines, which you can barely see on the map, is a very effective country thanks to its people. It has the ability to influence the entire world economy.We should pay respect to Filipino wrkeors, not only by employing them but also by learning from their valuable experiences.We should learn and educate our children on how to operate and maintain ships and oil tankers, as well as planning and nursing and how to achieve perfection in our work. This is a must so that we do not become like Muhammad Al-Maghrabi who lost his interest and appetite when Filipino wrkeors left his flower shop.We have to remember that we are very much dependent on the Filipinos around us. We could die a slow death if they chose to leave us .Hey! isn’t it enough for us to be a proud filipino? If you are a real filipino,you can feel it!And to the non-filipinos,think about it.

  3. robin AKA DEATH says:

    Hope your having a great time !!! Say hi sometime

    • pawz says:

      Wow, Robin ! Long time no see ! I had no idea you were reading this ! So glad you are following my adventures. Consider yourself greeted ! :”)

      • Guero says:

        I got a lot of Indian friends here. Most of them think about money and srpetige, they have no love for other things. They’re smart though, and so laid-back. Some of them, however, are unbelievably artsy and symbolic. But yeah, they’re a rising Nation. In addition to Bollywood and Software Development, they’ve recently ventured into automobile (Tata Nano, the cheapest car in the world) as well. As for Americans, I don’t know why they’re called open-minded, liberal, and immoral. There’s a lot of bigotry here, labeling, and prostitution is also illegal. I think people just watch too many movies. That’s all.

  4. robin AKA DEATH says:

    :)

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