Hello, my lovelies! I am back from Sandakan!
Some of the more astute of you will have noticed that I’m usually not in the habit of calling people “my lovelies”, but I’m in that kind of mood right now.
Besides, you really are lovely.
I had an amazing trip. Possibly a life-changing one. I would like nothing better than to start blogging about it now.
But I have a mountain of work waiting to be done tonight and the next two days, and then I’m off to Korea for a week.
I have just only reached home like a minute ago. First thing I did after putting my luggage down was to turn on my computer and start doing my e-mails and then this blog.
I can’t blog about Sandakan right now; it might have to wait till I’m back from Korea. (I do plan to update as daily as possible while there. Will try to take more photos of the handsome boys and pretty girls in Korea to share with you.)
It’s a good thing my mood is hyper right now. It will keep me fueled for work. Because my body wants to crash and burn.
Will leave you with a photo and check back tomorrow.
A refugee village in Sandakan, Sabah.
10 thoughts on “A photo from Sandakan”
Ewww! why is there like
swamp type gross stuff
all around on the ground?
That’s because the villagers in this place do not have the resources to take care of basic hygiene and sanitation. It is all they can do to survive.
Thats so sad
@Sheylara: Helping the less fortunate is always good for the soul:)
@Sheylara: Saw you inside the group photo on FB post of ieatishootipost :D
@Maria: Yeah. :(
@RN: It’s better for the less fortunate.
@Xtreme: Are you someone I know? :P
haha.. i’m a regular visitor to your site :)
may i know where it is ? The bridge was quite dangerous ….
This is sort of a village in Sandakan (in Sabah, East Malaysia).