Monday, November 8, 2010

Safety Comes 1st..

It was 8am when i was preparing breakfast for my husband before he leave to work. Suddenly i heard my neighbour's kid was vomitting in pain..i thought it was nothing at first.

After awhile, i heard the mother was crying and keep calling her son name..then i realise that she is in trouble with her kid. Knowing that she's alone because her husband is travelling, i quickly ran up to upper floor to have a look on her.

As i entered the house, i saw my neigbour's son was chocking and trying to vomit. Without delay a second, i quickly grab her son and put him on my lap. Then i gave him a few back blow before a 50 cent coin actually came out from his mouth.

Her mother was crying and thankful to me for saving her son's life. I just couldn't imagine a 3 years old kid accidently swallow a 50 cent coin.

I was lucky to have a few basic of 1st aid knowledge and thanks to my previous working experienced. Its worth when you are able to save someone life.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010


My very first visit to South Africa on 2006 was amazing. I was stunt by the scenery of Table Mountain along the way from the airport to the hotel where we stayed.

The first thing i did after check-in, was to get the delicious Nandos Chicken. The spice of the chicken taste good. Then goes with the creamy soup and butter-roll..yummy!!

On the next day, i went for a whole-day tour with other crew members. We were taken to all the beautiful places around Capetown. The most unforgettable memories when we got to step on the Cape of Good Hope. With the background of Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean.., you will never get this experience anywhere else.

There's a lot more to share but its good if you guys could see how beautiful it is Capetown. The foods, places and cultures are if you plan to go for holidays, i would suggest Capetown is the best.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

A Cabin Crew Journey..

Being a cabin crew is not easy as many would think of. Its not just a glamorous job, wearing a 'kebaya',put on a make-up and pull the trolley bag. It' more than that, dude.. Before being certified as a cabin crew,we must undergo a full basic training in the academy for 4 months.

We were trained on knowledge of grooming, food & beverage handling, aircraft safety & procedures and the most importantly is the First Aid. Cabin crew is there on the plane to ensure everybody safety and safe people's life. It's not like what you may think, serving coffee or tea only.

I can proudly say been part of cabin crew is awesome!! It's been a wonderful journey for me. It is very important for a cabin crew to be able to mix around among the crew members, customers and adapt with new and different environment.

Being friendly, courteous, sincere are the key words to succeed in these airlines industry. With good personality, knowledgeable, punctual and maintain a good discipline, you will be adore by many people. Trust me on this..