- published: 15 May 2016
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Night off and made it to the house but seems like it is still delayed for completion ! WHAT a horrible company !
CHECK OUT THE WEBSITE: https://lifeofpye.com/about/ On today's episode I fly from Kota Kinabalu to Kuching in the South of Borneo, once in Kuching I go to explore the city and stumble across some amazing Museums which are completely free, learning about the culture of Borneo and the State of Sarawak is a really interesting experience. As always I like to do things on the cheap and in total today (even including my flight) I spend less than $30 (my flight was $12!!) showing that you can travel more for less! Join me as I travel the world, doing a daily vlog about my adventures - share and subscribe to follow the adventure! Follow me on Facebook @lifeofpye87 Follow me on Instagram @theoriginallifeofpye
Hello people, thanks for watching ^^ Feel free to like, comment or even subscribe for upcoming travel vlogs lol. Details: Lunch at Noodle Descendents, Jalan Padungan Cat statue Kuching Sarawak River Fort Margherita Kek lapis dayang salhah Pork Satay at Carpenter Street For more information, do check out my personal blog; firstname.lastname@example.org Enjoy :D
The life of a British police officer and his wife. They made an 8mm film of their life far away for the folks home. His wife drives a Wolseley from the airport to their house in Kuching. She shows her husband's work in the colony, which wouldn't last long as in 1963 Sarawak became part of Malaysia and the police Royal Malaysian Police. The clip ends with a view of the children's driving license ground.Description
Coming to Malaysia for the first time can bring a huge culture shock. Malaysian culture can be a new thing to you. Asian culture and African culture are different. First time in Sarawak can be a bit boring. Watch this video for more details on traveling to Sarawak or traveling to Malaysia. This video has been in the pipeline for quite some time. it's to prepare you for your journey to Sarawak. I emphasize on Sarawak because I have lived here for 3 years and I am very familiar with the necessary details.
Kuching Waterfront, which lines the south bank of Sarawak River, is THE place to sample the city’s cosmopolitan vibes. During the daytime, it offers scenic views of the Astana, Fort Margherita and the Malay kampungs across the river; but night-time is when it really comes alive! It seems like half of the city is out meeting friends, watching a show, or just shooting the breeze. For something different, why not try jetty-hopping along the river on the local Penambang boats, and savour the different sights, sounds (and delicacies!) between the two riverbanks. A result of a major restoration and land reclamation project, Kuching Waterfront today is the most popular meeting place in the city. Drab warehouses have been replaced with an almost 900m long esplanade, beautifully landscaped and dot...
Nasrul Faiz has shown that he is not only dedicated to his work, but his determination to help others be the best they can is equally inspiring. Working as a gym trainer at Gym Box, he has developed a passion for teaching to impart the knowledge of healthy living and also staying strong. Watch this video to see what's it like to be working in this line of career. It just might be something you'll enjoy doing, as well.
Cassandra Kalil, a physiotherapist at the Normal Medical Specialist Centre in Kuching, always wanted to help others. Here, Cassandra shares her passion for helping people overcome pain and discomfort so they can return to living a normal life.
http://lifecaresociety.net/2011/05/kuching-life-care-ambulance-in-2011-wesak-day-procession/ 17 May 2011. The ambulance team from the Kuching Life Care had join in the 2011 wesak day procession, the main objective is to make sure that in case there are medical assistant require, the ambulance are there to help.
A British police officer and his wife made an 8mm film of their life far away for the folks home. His wife drives a Wolseley from the airport to their house in Kuching. She shows her husband's work in the colony, which wouldn't last long as in 1963 Sarawak became part of Malaysia and the police Royal Malaysian Police. The clip ends with a view of the children's driving license ground. See my other 1150 clips by searching YouTube with 'michael rogge' Website 'Man and the Unknown' http://wichm.home.xs4all.nl/
I spent a week in Kuching, Sarawak just to settle a few things before entering my degree life. The leftover times that I had, I spent times with my Sarawakian & Sabahan friends. Enjoying my time before finding myself heading for degree life soon. I realized that most video shot in car. Music by: Aeuria - In Which Way. Craft Spells - Changing Faces.
Nursing has long been acknowledged to be a career dominated by women. However, in recent years we have found more and more men in this line of work, especially in Sarawak. One such person is Ibi Gibreson, a young staff nurse at Normah Medical Specialist Centre in Kuching. He gave SarawakYES! an insight into a day in his work life and shared his thoughts on why he chose this challenging career.