Sunday, March 20, 2011

team building

Last weekend has got to be one of the craziest weekeneds I've had. These days, everyday is a crazy day. Even my classmates have gone crazy by putting up days-to-go to professional exam reminder on the white board. So high school, I know.

The faculty organized a team building camping at Kela Adventure Camp, Raub Pahang. A fun one, I must say. It was a great activity where all students from year 1 till year 5 were involved. This is the first year activity with year 1 babies. 5 years ago, we started with 30 students. And now, the number has increased to 173 students. I'm so proud to be in this small faculty where we have a very strong bond. Be it with students, staffs and even the dean. And we'll be witnessing the first batch of Uitm dentist this year. Best of luck to all year 5 students.

I'm used to camping during diploma days and been to Taman Negara once. So I'm good when it comes to packing up and I know the best shoes to wear for camping. Do not bring your Nike Adidas sport shoes cause they are all designed for running. Came across the word "running shoes" before? Expect lots of water-y and muddy activities. So the cheaper the better so that you don't hesitate to throw them after the camping. Hahaha. As for me, my Everlast shoes is a great company.

If I were to choose between camping and beach, I'd choose beach, definitely. But that doesn't mean I don't involve with the activities. But I'm fussy when it comes to food. In traveling, I'm not the kind of person who wants to try their traditional food and whatnot. Thank you to McD for keeping me alive. Hehehe. So during this camp, I forced myself to swallow the food provided for energy sake. Luckily, the food were not that bad.

And I wasn't in a good mood coz it was raining most of the time. Day and night. Imagine this, just when I tried to walk politely in front of the dean, I stepped into a pool of mud. Nice one. Hahaha. Some of them felt on the ground coz it was soo slippery. So kesian okay though I laughed. Hahahaha.


It looked scary and it was scary! No safety but heck, they live with it. So no safe-or-not question there.

all of us. Looks like one batch for other faculty, no?

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