I have left Malaysia for this journey for almost 4 months, finally I am able to meet a group of Malaysian families who are working abroad in Atyrau. I am lucky to be invited by them with the very warm Malaysian conversation that I truly miss in these four months, together with the super delicious home cook nasi lemak and sup kambing😋😋😋, I miss it so much! I had refilled

I decided to take a break for today after a long ride. Today will be free and easy in Atyrau, I can go wherever I want. There is a modern and good looking mall located within walking distance from Mr Azam’s apartment. Very convenient for Mr Azam’s as he could buy some groceries or daily necessity from here. Hmm, all I can say is the toilet culture between Kazakhstan and

My whole body stinks, “it’s time for me to have a deep shower, it’s been a month at least…” Throwback from my visit to the capital city of Kazakhstan, Astana, the ambassador told me that there were fews Malaysian were working at Atyrau, as shown in the photo above. I am lucky to get the contact information and maybe I can meet them..Hopefully 🤞 Atyrau is the last city before

I thought it was a horse far away as it has so many different colors and textures. However, when it comes to a closer look, the truth is, it was a camel, I really can’t believe that it looks so different!! I can’t believe my eyes again as it really caught my attention even during the windy condition, there is a thing that is rolling from all directions, from left

On 16 March, Our Prime Minister has made a televised speech and officially promulgated the restricted activities also known as MCO (Movement control Order) after the spread of CoronaVirus Epidemic. After the announcement of MCO, everywhere was quiet and standstill, it looked like a zombie apocalypse, haha. What I could do is read the news via my smartphone everyday and see what was happening around the world. Luckily we were