My 1st purpose was for the Borneo 2.0 Un-conference, you can refer HERE.
While my 2nd purpose was for the ThinkBIG Forum, you can refer HERE.
The trip wouldn't be complete without serving the side dishes, I mean, my other activities besides the official. And by way of having side dishes, its none other than the eats in Brunei. Who's a better guide other than Thanis Lim himself?
However, before I begin with the eats, my immediate good-good experience started with the Royal Brunei Airlines. Its a 20 mins flight, but good enough for a positive experience. I mean, if I have declined their fruit juice, but the stewardess came back with a cup of water (which I wasn't seriously asking for one), she must be attentive, right?
|The lovely stewardess. Now give her a pay raise!|
|Introducing my cheapo camey via the mirror in front of my sitting area|
A short ride later, we reached our hotel, Terrace Hotel.
|Classic or naut?? Hee hee|
|#2 Not productive blogger me, not taking photos nor online|
|My 1st eat in Brunei, Terrace Hotel Special Fried Rice|
|Found a ciku tree with fruits. Other trees were also bearing fruits.|
|That's Leanna by the pool.|
|#3 Artistic or not?|
Soon we're done with lunch and so was Thanis who finally showed up. As the guys have not eaten, we immediately drove to this place:
|Tarindak d' Seni @ Kota Baru|
|#4 d' Entrance|
|Appreciating every little details of Brunei's handicrafts.|
Food costs B$15 for buffet lunch. CHEAP!
With all our tummies filled, everyone's satisfying look to end my post.
Leanna Chong (#1, #2 & #3)
Dinoza (#4, #5, #6 & #7)
** Did not expect postings on this Brunei trip was going to be that many. Soooooo many more untold yet. I need to *ahem, ahem* be more hardworking .
** Ooops, 1 more photo to end this:
|The royal maintenance guys maintaining the building area. |
So, does my suspicion of the royal kitchen crews still stand?