Hey everybody! I know not many people visit my blog, but I'm still here to apologize for not updating my blog. My sister's laptop broke down and she had to send it to repairs. So, I borrowed mine to her, even though I know she won't get soooo bored without a laptop. XD But my god! Living a few days without the laptop really can kill if you're addicted to it! I seriously need to pick up a hobby to fight this disease! Wish me luck! Anyway, guys, gals, I'm back home already! ^ ^ The nostalgic smell in the house filling the air, it makes me feel warm again. There's so many people I wanna see, especially our new puppy, Myra! Hehe, I'll make another blog about her later on. So, before I left KDU hostel, I took some pictures so you guys can see how my room and unit looks like. =D
This is my room. Room 2. By the way, I have a new roommate and he came all the way from China to undertake a 6-month English course. We have some miscommunications at the start, because we can't understand our Chinese accents. Lol! Anyway, we moved in the hanger just in case and my bedsheets has been taken out. I won't be sleeping on that. Hehe. And that's my bookshelf. I don't have many books to put, so all I put are papers and papers. Now you can see how untidy I am. Haha! But besides all that, my room is a very cool room, with the natural cool breeze and the quite nice view from above.
This time, the top left picture shows the Sitting Area. If you have nothing to do, you can sit there and wait for either the bus to come, or just to kill some time. Parents and the wardens sit there to discuss about accomodation matters too. The top right picture is the mailbox and the Water Refiller Machine. You can check by your mailbox - which is based on your unit number, to check whether there's any mail. Other than that, the water refiller machine is one of the 'main characters' in this hostel. No refilling, we'll all dehydrate. Lastly, the security guard house. The guy there is just a mechanic, not the guard. Haha! To be honest, KDU hostel is safe, but strict. So, if you don't mind about transport problems or freedom, it's the right place to stay. Otherwise, it's hell to you. That's why plenty of students move out. But I won't be moving out for now, as nothing is dealing any impact on me. Hehe.