Going to Kota Kinabalu D

Today is going to be a very hectic day, I can tell you. Not only do I have to solve the problem, I still have to go back to their old office and dismantle their old PBX system for them to keep. And with the hot weather, its not really helping out at all in a place where the air-cons have been switched off. How I got to their place, and to a small errand and then to the airport is not easy. Apart from taking taxis, I had to ask a lot for directions, walk and also the generosity of Kota Kinabalu people.

A plate of mee, with some dim sum and a glass
of ice coffee:RM8.40. Ouch.

This is the road to Inanam. How I wished I could
take off my clothes and jump into the beautiful sea

Whoever installed this system really used their
imagination. And budget at hand

This is the result of working in a hot place, under the
roof with no ventilation and just sips of water

Going to Kota Kinabalu C

On the next day, it was time to wrap things up as my flight back to Kuala Lumpur was at eight in the evening. My Boss and I agreed that I only stay on KK for a night and no more. How I wished I argued otherwise because but now, we realised that the PABX installation is having some serious issues. It seemed that there is a very big possibility that the cabling contractor was rushed to complete his job, he might have damaged more than 50% of the cables. We wasted a lot of time trying to solve this problem while keeping in mind about my flight departure time. Not only that, the Telekoms people still has yet to transfer another set of new Telephone numbers. So, in the end, we made do with whatever we could and left the customer literally pulling his hair out. I mean, there is only so much we could do.

Over here in KK, parking is just a matter of looking
for a legal space, par

The streets of Kota Kinabalu have very nice road

And 4x4's like these are very common there

And do believe me, KK is a very relaxed place