A Vacation

June 13th, 2014 by kamkuey

What is your definition of a vacation?

There’s many definitions. None is right, none is wrong. This is because a vacation is very subjective in how it should be.


Some prefer visiting and cramping as many locations and activities into whatever time is available. Others prefer a more historical type of vacation where you visit historical sites or location of significant.

While to others, including myself, a vacation is simply a short getaway from your everyday life, and doing things you are not able to do. Some people just take a break and stay home all week. That’s a vacation to them, just hang out at home and recharge.

A couple friend of mine actually spent a whole week at one resort. Their typical day includes waking up when they wake up, have breakfast and spend the rest of the day by the pool, strolling on the beach, or just hanging out in their rooms.. or rather villa. Every other day, they would take a taxi into town, and hang out there by the local bar or cafe, and indulge in local lifestyle.

At the other extreme, another couple friend of mine went on their vacation to China if I am not mistaken, and spent their entire week chasing from one location to the other. Every morning, their usual wake up time is between 3-4AM. They enjoyed it as they get to see a lot of places of interest within their 5 day 4 nights trip.

To me, I would prefer a slow vacation. A holiday to recharge instead of “visit”.

Somewhere where life slows down.

Somewhere I can look out the window see this…

Instead of this… :S

Or even better… look out the window and see this :)

But these are all just me :)

Next up for this blog would probably be a short trip my friends and I took .. and the juicy fresh catch we had for lunch.

A Little About Bangkok 2014

April 29th, 2014 by kamkuey

Some of you know that some friends and myself would try to visit Bangkok during one of the motorshows. In 2012, we visited Bangkok International Motorshow, while in the following year, we skipped the motorshow and went for Bangkok Autosalon 2013.

While it’s still about cars, it’s more about after market cars and their modifications. It’s not as big as the motorshow, but it’s still packs quite a punch with lots of interesting modified cars and tonnes of vehicle accessory booths.


This year we went for the motorshow. And of course, it’s not just the motorshow.

The choice of food was incredible! Mostly also because it’s much cheaper, especially like the Japanese BBQ buffet above. All you can eat meat!! Everything on the menu is up for grabs! and only for 490Baht!

And we stayed at the same hostel, Lubd in Siam Square. Why? Because it’s within walking distance from all the major places we frequently visit. Simple. It’s not the most cost efficient accommodation around, but it’s most strategically located, and most fun.

So stay tuned for updates!

Land of Quattro

December 16th, 2013 by kamkuey

Exciting post ahead. Do not miss out! We got to trash (almost) a premium car around. But do not expect hardcore jungle routes :)

But it was still extremely fun tho. And educational as well.


Nothing much to know about myself. In a nutshell, I manage a little call centre, but I was trained in IT. Now more like I am in the service industry cum IT support. Anyways, on the side, I like motoring, photography and sometimes fishing. Anything else you can ask me direct la.