Yeah! It is the last part in Ivory Coast.
That means I am coming back to my lovely country tomorrow.
If nothing happen here, i will step on my foot on my country land on 21st July.
It is quite a long time staying at here.
I feel lucky that I am still in one piece.
Nothing much i can take away from here.
What i carry away - just some photos and memories.
It is really nice to take coconut trees. It is nice and beautiful.
Er... I haven't try the coconut drink here yet.
Meet a lot different people with different culture.
They are funny people.
a. Boiler man (Macity) from France- He like eating fishes and wine very much.
b. Soap process engineer (Marco) from Italy - Always hit the tables when get angry.
c. Boiler man (Rudy) from South Africa - He is talkative and always complain about the food and facilities.
d. Packing system engineer (Imano) from France - He is quite and nice guy.
e. Plant manager (Soro) from local - He is the one who told me the 69 wives and 2 brilliant books to read.
f. Logistic girl (???) from local - we call her lady gaga.
g. Operator from local - They are my students - always fail when i give questions.
Animals/insects that I miss.
If i am not forget, Merryn's hubby want me to bring some BIG lizard to him - cook Bak kut Teh.
It is very hard to catch one.... Sorry about that.
Food which i miss the most.
Operators and workers in the factory.
Feel good that i can go home.
My weight gained and my face look round than before.
Don't worry because my next journey is ....... the place which i can reduce my weight.
wahhh..your life so interesting one! can carry you across the globe where u can gain and lose weight! hahahaa..
Anyway, safe journeys!
This is one trip tht I sincerely think you should stay longer, such beautiful scenery and great seafood, u just hardly hv this back in K.L!^^
See u soon!
welcome back bro.
oh, finally the day you've been waiting and looking forward to is near!! so how long have you been in Ivory Coast??
looks like you are actually having fun there, not too bad at least i can see.. at least you are enjoying the coconut trees, the interaction with people from around the world, the animals which you can see and touch, the food that you would miss a lot.. good for you :)
oh no!! you are going to Russia again?? haha, all the best to you.. and i hope you'll start to like that place for your second visit, haha~~ :D
Huge insects! Wow!
Welcome home... Kesian, Vanessa - papa like Chipsmore - now you see,now you don't! Where to next?
Yiipiieee..ayah balik ;)
Time to have some nasi lemak, roti canai and satay!!
Next will be Russia again?
Why you like the kukunut trees in Ivory Coast? Malaysian got plenty and I bet you have not even taken one pix before. hehe
When I saw your 'ayam' *chicken* pix thought the next would be kambing *goat* and the third is 'bag' but disappointed you didnt haha. Anyway you have said earlier 'Ayam kambing bag' got your message loud and clear. Welcome home!
Feed you round round in Ivory Coast and get 'tortured' again in Russia to reduce the roundness. OK lah think is quite fair got come got go *yau lei yau hui ~ Canto*.. Muahahaha.
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OMG!! So long didnt visit your blog then suddenly in Ivory Coast and now coming back to Malaysia?!!!
It seem you have been travelling to so many countries...so good!!
u r going back to that egg place? eggs for breakfast every again? haiz....
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