Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Life in Kamenka (III)

Cont from Life in Kamenka (II).
I promise not more "To be Cont..." in this post.

When i snap the first photos at basement,
I saw it just a normal storeroom.
The photos i took are shown below:
Er...Just notice there are lot onions there.
I think i can borrow some to cook with eggs.
Potatoes and salted tomatoes.  
No any rats around...
There is nothing to scare! Kekeke
Cannot find any dead body there to show your guy :P.
But, i will still lock my bedroom's door.

About the DVD,
I can say it is my mistake.
As what Broccoli Ginger said,
My laptop crashed it.
That night, i just finish watch the movie.
And, my translator come to ask go to another process engineer apartment to have a meal.
Then, i quickly turn off my laptop and put the DVD and laptop inside my bag.
I always carry the bag wherever  i go.
If i lose it mean it is time i should back home.
So, nobody crash the DVD - i am the ghost.

About the journey to Church,
It is good sign when it starts to rain.
Because, it makes the soil not so sticky to the car wheel.
Hence, the car can move over easily.
We just keep drive until reach the main road.
When we reached home, it is around 9pm.
Yes, i am safe else how to blog this post.

Yes, i promised to show some of photos of translator and process engineers here. 
She is my translator and the guy is the process engineer from Russian.
She is taller than me?
I still doubt to take chef lady with "Misai" to show you guy.

It is bored here hence, i try to find something to tricks people.
Feel sad that i am not so successful trick all people here.
Next post, you will understand how pity i am.
I am not a KING here.

p/s: I will away for 4 days, because i celebrate Devapali as well.
(The factory is closed from 4/11 to 7/11 for holiday)


[SK] said...

yalah, i already say there is nothing in the basement lah, you scare yourself only..

[SK] said...

i think the basement is very clean lor, use that to preserve the potatos and onions.. what about ham?? hehe..

[SK] said...

yalah, i also say the DVD broken into two pieces is because of yourself only.. want to say ghost say god, haiz~~ :D

[SK] said...

so nice your factory closing for deepavali?? the russians also celebrate deepavali meh??

CH Voon said...

SK:I am not scare myself and try to scare people only :P

Only those items. Not ham at all.

Hahaha Just try to make some story here. Don't worry if i saw god or ghost, i will photos here. I try to get the group photos together.

Not celebrate deepavali, some holiday for national day etc.

Reanaclaire said...

Dont say pitiful la.. you have a chance to be there.. i want to be also cannot! hahaha...

Tekkaus said...

Haha:D Wow...the basement is the place where they keep those dry stuff huh! :)

CH Voon said...

Reanaclaire: hahaha Human being is like that; when you don't have and you want to have it. But, when you have it, it is not what you want.

CH Voon said...

Tekkaus; yalor, i think too much hehehe. Next time, i hope to take more terrible or horrible photos to show here :P

Alice Law said...

What should I say... a child soul trapped in an adult body?! You are such a playful guy lar... now glad that all the turmoils and mysteries are solved!

Hey, your translator looks quite pretty huh?!;p

Enjoy your holiday and have fun!

CH Voon said...

Alice Law: you mean i am childish :( sob sob... please give me tissue.

Just for fun... All work and no play make me a dull boy.

I hope i will enjoy my holiday and to you too.

Engineer's Principles said...

happy depavali to u.

இ Baŋäŋaz இ said...

The translator speaks Hokkien or Hakka to you her Engrish? boleh tahan I guess as long as you can understand her will do or she speaks perfect English?..

இ Baŋäŋaz இ said...

Wow got 4 days holiday in Russia go sight seeing or lock up in your room watching DVD? Why hesitate to snap the misai chef? Another trick to be con't or what? hehe..

CH Voon said...

Sk Ding: hahaha you celebrate deepavali in Bahrain? Happy to you too.

இ Baŋäŋaz இ said...

What is the most common religion in Russian or rather Kamenka? Did you manage to reach the church or abandon trip halfway? How is the church any difference from Malaysian churches?

CH Voon said...

Banana: Tanslator speak russian, english and german. Sure, i can understand what she said. Quite ok.

I think i will not lock up myself in room watching DVD. Maybe, i will go somewhere e.g. Moscow or others city.

I think not more trick ...

CH Voon said...

Banana: When i am free, i will post the church photos here. It is special church inside the cave.

the second church, we stuck in the mud....

Religion is russian is Christian.

Annie Q said...

ceh! Nothing scary.

I bet you must be boring there, and think of this "trick" to make us to come back everyday to check your part II, part III and those to-be-continue story. hahahhahhhahahahha
I like, it is very interesting!! hahahha

Why they keep so many potatoes and preserve tomatoes and onion in the basement? I think that can last for very long lei.

Your translator very leng lui. Phewwwiitt!!

CH Voon said...

Annie Q: i know it is not scary. Yes, i am very bored here. Yalor, i try to cheer up myself here by trick blogger. but, it looks not successful.

Thank you for compliment. But, i think it is hard to find another things to trick. Unless, i really face the true...

Potatoes... keep for winter.

Gabriel said...

LOL! haha...thank God you are fine and alright! heehe..have fun there! show us more pictures! hehe..

Broccoli Ginger said...

Hahhaa.. :)
I wonder why so many potatoes and onions? Those are their main dish ingredients? Or potatoes + onions = our rice (we eat everyday)...

mNhL said...

Basement storing potatoes and onions. Luckily no rats. hehe....

Wah...your stay in Russia so adventurous.

amycheah said...

Happy Deepavali to u too!

MeRy said...

The basement looks pretty the sound comes from whr???...curious...

Gratitude said...

Is it true that Russian pickles taste wonderful?
Hope you are keeping yourself warm there.
Take care ya. ^_^

cre8tone said...

Happy holiday!

Anonymous said...

first time dropping here. LOL, reading previous post n this post, you sure trying to trick others and make other curious. enjoy ur stay there, its seems like a beautiful village

Mummy Gwen said...

The basement doesn't look scary at all. It's like a storeroom lah. Your translator is really tall.

Happy Deepavali to you!