That was what went through my mind just before the program started. And a few days after that. (You might want to reconsider the gym part. So not me, but knowing that the place got a reallyy nice gym, it'd be a crime if you don't try)
But I didn't realize when or why I found myself enjoying it. Fine, the classes are similar to what we had for BTN, but this is a whole different crowd.
The most awesome crowd I've been with in a short 14 days.
This is going to be a picture-filled post, cause I don't think I can summarize how awesome my 14 days there in words. I love everything there - the people especially those in my group, the room, the surau, the gym (though I went inside like..ONCE. To measure our weight and BMI. In my defense, it was closing so we had to rush), the classes, the FOOD!!
Once, we had ayam percik, ikan bakar and masak asam pedas all in one night..probably the best night in my life. Ate like nobody's business.
I should've taken the food's pictures.
Ugh, I really really really miss blogging.
Besides the classes and lectures, we also went to a rumah anak yatim in Subang for our Corporate Social Responsibility part - and it changed my life. I feel so ashamed that I've never done any community service before, nor did I ever step my foot into any of the places, I really felt like crying. But after all, I'm thankful that I was given the opportunity this time - so we made the best out of it.
While practising for our grand finale performance
Site visit to Petronas Penapisan Melaka, one of Petronas' biggest refinery in Malaysia
Our last activity :( Something about making a huge circle from a piece of paper.
We might know each other just for a short while, but they feel like a family to me. I think I was lucky to be surrounded with such a joyous, kind-hearted spirited bunch of people that made the program enjoyable albeit so short.
Sheesh this sounds like a crappy sappy speech. But I love them all.
(pictures credit to friends' iPhone and my Canon Powershot)