So it’s been almost a month since I’ve started working. I know, this blog is now more dead than ever. I haven’t been able to update my blog as much as I thought I would, but still I try. It’s funny because I thought that I’ll still remain to be an energetic and effervesent youngster even after starting work, but the much-needed early bed times and preference to stay in during weekends prove me otherwise. And it’s only been a month!
Two weeks ago, I did something different during the weekend rather than the usual stay-in-bed and watch-TV routine. God, I’m saying it like it’s a big achievement.
Anyway, the MotoGP was in town so we went to Sepang International Circuit to check out the qualifying race that Saturday. Personally, I don’t follow the race. Hoong does. Even so, I didn’t even hesitate when Hoong asked me if I wanted to check out MotoGP that weekend. I don’t know if it’s me, but exciting things are hard to come by nowadays.
Plus, we had the opportunity to chill like VIPs in the Ducati lounge in courtesy of Malboro M-Scape. I guess you could say that it’s nice to go to a fancy event once in a while.
Would you believe that I have nothing red in my wardrobe?
Fortunately for me, the pretty ladies at the M-Scape Lounge handed out red Ducati caps for guests to wear. Since I didn’t have anything red on me, the cap really helped me blend in the crowd.
Fancy sushi platter (thanks for being my hand model, Baby)
Photobombing Hoong and his friend, Adrian, who we sometimes call Indian, who reminds me of Marty of Madgascar. Pls, we’re not racist.
There was a quiz that everyone was trying their luck with. The quiz asks about all things MotoGP and Ducati. The person who ranks #1 in the quiz gets to receive an autographed helmet by the Ducati riders.
See the boys try
And their faces when they got a question wrong
Lucky Adrian received an autographed cap from a lucky draw
I actually had a great time at the M-Scape Lounge. Sure there was an open bar with free flow of drinks like beer and champange, but I can assure you that I did not binge on them. The auntie in me has surpressed the urge to go overboard on alcohol. I opted for excellent company and interesting conversations along with a beer or two instead.
Man, I’m getting old.