It’s been a very hectic month so far. The workload in the office is unbelievable. I’m drowning in a pile of paperwork. My dreams are filled with Excel spreadsheets. I’ve been travelling so often that my trusty Samsonite bag remains in its half-packed state all the time. I’ve had very little time to write a proper blog post and by proper, I mean a lengthy one, complete with pics.
So for now, I leave you with my deepest apologies for the long silence… and with this short filler of a snapshot of the view from the 41st floor of the Petronas Twin Towers. (Click on the thumbnail below to see the full-sized image.)
On the left hand side, near the carpark, the dome that you see is that of As-Syarikin mosque.
Now move your eyes slowly to the right. Can you see the children’s playground amidst the greenery? It’s huge, well-maintained and free.
Now move your eyes a bit more to the right. The blue water feature near the playground is a huge wading pool for children. Also free of charge.
The building to the right of the pool, the one with the tent-like roof, is the KL Convention Centre, where the pricey AquaRia is located.
I snapped this photo this afternoon with the PanoMan application that came preloaded with my Nokia N82, while waiting for a meeting to start.
Hope your Monday’s not as toxic like mine…