Friday, December 21, 2018

Chiclana de la frontera and Málaga city “La costa del sol” Spain

A new life begin for me!!
Hello everyone so long time a go I didn’t write to all of you! I know...
Well so here we go...
I arrived to Chiclana de la frontera, Spain on the beginning of June 2016 
I found a job as a public relations in a restaurant and chill out called “Pura vida Chiclana” I was searching for the happy and amazing culture of Spain.
And I spent only 4 month in Chiclana de la frontera, Cádiz.
Chiclana de la frontera is a beautiful town located in Andalucia south coast of Spain, I enjoyed a lot my stay in Chiclana de la frontera, I meet wonderful people and I got in love with all Chiclana!! People are so kind and friendly! I really had a wonderful time overthere.
Later...I started to travel to
Marbella, Fuengirola and Málaga searching for another job because summer season was over in Chiclana and the jobs are less that in summer season.
Finally I found a job in Malaga city on my first day! Yes I know! So lucky!
I started to work as a waitress and public relations and until now I am still living here in Malaga city. 
Málaga city it’s a magical city!! I am in love with Malaga and their culture.
I wish you a merry Christmas to all and a happy new year 2019!! Who is reading my post of course hehehehe

                                          With Joan and Veerle in Restaurant “Pura vida Chiclana de la frontera
                                           Thanks so much Joan and Veerla for your love!!!



My firts day in Malaga 

                             Larios Street

Con el famoso Tijerita

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Adventures in Sandakan, Borneo November 25 2015


We had a wonderful time in Sandakan, people and nature are amazing!

Sandakan is a city in the Malaysian state of Sabah, on the northeast coast of Borneo, Most people in Sandakan speak in the national language that is Malay which can be distinguished by the touch of Sabahan dialect. The Malay spoken here is different the one used in the western part of Malaysia. Sandakan's vocabulary is very much influenced by the Suluk words. Apart from that, Chinese people with Cantonese tongue are also to be found here.

Cute children came to us to say hello

The Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, One of only four orang-utan sanctuaries in the world, Sepilok is about 25km north of Sandakan. The centre was established in 1964; it now covers 40 sq km and has become one of Sabah’s top tourist attractions. Usually the Orang-utans are brought when they are either orphaned or injured

    Our first time we cut see a sun bear and so close to us.


                                                                                                                                                                                                         A delicious roti yummy!

    Malay Coffee

Sabah Borneo tea 

The Yacht Club 

     Walking in the streets of Sandakan

trying the local food 

    Yacht's club  swimming pool