Sunday, December 14, 2008

Hajj RF Team Dinner

N.S Chief Minister ( 6 th from right)


Yesterday night we were having our dinner for the RF team at Asia Restaurant at Sary St, Jeddah. The menu were quite standard for thai restaurant such as sweet sour fish, tomyam,etc.

It is nice to be together since all of us were busy supporting the Hajj project for the last one month. Some of them have the opportunity to perform Hajj this year but I am not the lucky one this time because I don't have the opportunity to do it, but never mind, may be I am not ready yet to perform for Hajj this year.

Thanks to our boss, Mr. Zamhari Baharudin for the dinner, at the same time we got the opportunity to meet Negeri Sembilan Chief Minister during our dinner yesterday night.

For the team keep up the good work and we should proud that we contribute something especially for this Hajj project and generally to all muslim.



Tuesday, December 2, 2008

The smile in the sky

Rare cosmic alignment sees Venus (left)and Jupiter (right) grin in the heavens

The smiley face beams down on Makkah, Saudi Arabia

Hajj Pilgrims enjoying a spot of winter sunshine were able to look up and see the heavens smiling back down on them last night (1 Nov 2008).

A rare cosmic alignment of the planets Venus and Jupiter meant they produced a smiling face with the crescent moon in Makkah, Saudi Arabia's sky.

The unusual phenomenon, with Venus as the left eye and Jupiter the right, took place between 8pm and 11pm (Saudi Local Time).
It was visible to the naked eye, even in built-up areas, with the moon just 252,000 miles away.
Unfortunately, due to the curvature of the earth, the smiley face did not beam down from European or U.S. skies, although it was possible to see the planets.

Venus and Jupiter appear close to each other from time to time, but are often obscured by their proximity to the sun.
Enjoy your life while you still have the time.