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Kochi, India (a short trip indeed)

by RihanNa (bukan Nama Sebenar)

it was my first to India. for work of course. we had a short International Agent conference held by Curtin Perth and i was fortunate to be chosen representing Curtin Sarawak.

Kochi or Cochin is a very historical city like Melaka i can say. it was conquered by Dutch long time ago. would not bored you with historical facts here.

people every where was nice to us. me and one of the Curtin reps from Nepal had a chance to roam around Cochin the whole day.

in the morning we start of with boating. it took us around 45 minutes to go to the place we called wharf. very small place tho. nearby the area are people selling key-chains and souvenir stuffs. Boating is actually sightseeing around the sea side by boat. we could see fisherman netting along the side, so called islands, and fort cochin as well.

next we went to Fort Cochin. nothing much there except for ruined fort ans people selling stuffs as well. and also we visited one historical churches and went to the…

Asia Music Festival Day 1 ( Music and People )

By Rihanna bukan nama sebenarSooo, how was the Asia Music Festival guys? Did you guys attended it? Well, I came on the first day. Actually I was looking forward to attend it this year. Since last year was epic!Many have said that this year #AsiaMF2014 attendees was lesser to compare to last year attendees. What would you guys say? Yay or nay? On certain degrees, I must agreed! But last year I do remember that we have big bikers show. I think that have contributed to the bigger crowd last year. Further to that we have local band performing on day 1 & 2 such as the Starlets band and Mountain band. And we have Sarawak local talent such as Melissa Francis and Hevance band. Not forgetting Bob Yusuf too. I think that really  attract the local people to come.This year, STB have offered free shuttle service from four locations. But it seems like Miri people did not think that is attractive. Wish I knew why? Hmmm.. Anyway Hari Raya Haji holidays might have contributed to this lesser crowd …