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Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Not A Fun Post


Hi all, 

Surprise, surprise!
I'm back for this one post, giving me an opportunity to express myself online again, unblocking the blogged creative flow. 

Nevertheless, not the best post to be creative, yet, it's a necessary post. :)

Here I have an apartment with condo facilities in Semenyih, a suburb 35km south of KL in the brand new green township by the #1 Developer in Malaysia - SP Setia Sdn Bhd. 

Following are description of the unit, followed by pictures and a video clip to entice you. 



NEWLY COMPLETED ECOHILL APARTMENT FOR RENT  
is looking for minimalist, self-sufficient long term residents.


For stay by families/ office staff, or turned into office space.

Details:
*New apartment c/w lift
*3Rooms, 2 Baths
*850 sqft
*Windy on level 9 with great hill views of Semenyih Valley
*Basic unit but tastefully lighted and ventilated for your comfort.
*Yard installed with dark sliding windows for your privacy.
*Grille installed at all windows and main entrance for your/kids'/valuables' safety.
*Curtains to set a relaxing mood for you.
*Strategic location, next to Ecohill Taipan commercial area and upcoming premium Ecohill Walk (mall under construction).
* 2km to Tesco, KFC, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, Semenyih night market, Tenby International School
* Free maintenance fee + sinking fund
* 24hrs Gated and guarded (with access card)
* 2 parking lots available

Facilities:
*Swimming pools
*Badminton court
*Kindergarten
*Function hall
*Gym
*BBQ pit
*Surau
*Cycling track within Ecohill

Rate:
RM800/mth 
Maintenance fee + sinking fund included
Utilities excluded

Please contact:
016-914 9227




Convenience within 2km radius around you



This may be your favourite workout place



Home Sweet Home, grille at the main entrance for your safety



Extra bright white lights for your reading/writing



Ample space for your furnishing ideas



Inspirational quotes, positives vibes for you



Yard/wet kitchen, refurbished with dark sliding windows
for your privacy from the corridor,
and keeping your area dry from rainwater.



Also grilled for your security from the corridor



If you turned on only this light at night,
you get a different feel of this space



Bathroom, bright enough for your private reading.
Hooks for clothes and face mirror are behind this door.
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Small room, with curtain and grille at the window for your safety



Master bedroom, with curtain and grille at the window for your safety



Great front-facing view towards landed properties



Bathroom attached to the master bedroom, bright enough for your
private reading. Hooks for clothes and face mirror are behind this door.


                                              The hooks at the balcony are to support the long stick/rod for your laundry purpose


Get in touch:
016-914 9227




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Saturday, February 20, 2016

NZ: Road Trip Around The Southern Alps

A.S returned to the same hosts she stayed with a month ago. They were just as welcoming as the first time. The helpXers who joined her the last time had moved on with their travels after she left. There were 3 new helpers now making up of a pair of German couple and a Dutch boy who just arrived at NZ. To accommodate the Dutch boy, the hosts called up their good friend, a German who fell in love with NZ and stayed for a decade, to show him around. Conveniently, the couple and A.S were also invited as the van was big enough to accommodate everyone. 

"All of you are travellers. Canterbury deserves your exploration. It's beauuuutiful." The host, Ebby said. 

A.S certainly was glad. She could tell from the bike rides she took earlier. She knew that there were more to Canterbury region beyond her energy and time to cycle to. 

You'll definitely agree with her after watching the following video clip. Enjoy!











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Saturday, February 6, 2016

NZ: Bike Ride in South Island

The best things this HelpX host could offer are:-

1)      A warm shelter
2)      Fresh milk from the farm
3)      Exciting work experience
4)    Rides on a pony
5)      A bike (Oh yes!)
6)      A great place to explore (Oh yes, yes!!)



It’s always a joy having access to a bike and a lovely place waiting to be explored!








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Friday, January 15, 2016

NZ: The HelpX Volunteering Fun



"Dear Mr Farm Owner,

I have work experience in a dairy manufacturing plant in Malaysia. The milk powder we use mainly comes from Fonterra, New Zealand. I am very interested to know how milk powders are produced from fresh milk to powder form. How miraculous is that! Isn’t it funny that in Malaysia, we turn the powder back into liquid again?

Since your place is a farm, not a factory, will you have me at your dairy farm helping with milking the cows? Oh, you mean, you don’t need me to squeeze the breasts, I mean udders? This is the 21st century and you have suction cups doing it? Ohh.. sorry, I am very backward. OK, OK. I’ll help you cusp the cups to the udders.

You will let me try if I liked the taste of fresh milk?
Why?
Oh, many don’t like the raw taste?
Yes, I’d still love to try.


So excited already…


Thank you and I look forward to seeing you.



Regards,
AkiraSabine

akirasabine.blogspot.com”









*A.S's current location*
Day/ Date: Fri/ Jan 15th, 2016


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Friday, January 8, 2016

NZ Ashburton: CS-er Meets Help-Xer


When you are a host and you have a Help-Xer and CS-er at the same time.
It’s not easy to juggle.

If you haven't known, ...
A Help-Xer helps around your house for minimal hours in exchange for boarding and food at your home.

A CS-er at a minimum cleans after herself, offers culture exchange opportunities and you are not obliged to offer food unless you wished to.

However when you are a superbly good host, you can’t offer one food to one and not the other. Your CS profile did not state an expectation to make your CS-er work and you don’t feel that it’s rightful to do so when she’s staying with you. The best is to keep the CS-er there for only a short stay.

As the CS-er, it was a very pleasant and comfortable stay and a nice experience being in a luxury farm house. The Help-Xer was a lady in her late 30’s from Finland scuba diving her way around the world funding herself as an instructor as well. How rad is that! It was odd having her minding the house when AkiraSabine(A.S) as the CS-er just relaxed and stepped out exploring and working on the camera.

Nevertheless, thank you Mark for giving A.S the opportunity to see Ashburton and enjoyed your hospitality for 2 nights in Ashburton, South Island.







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