It is said that yoga is about 10,000 years old and it is more than the boundary of modern yoga as we know it now. Yoga is about the way we think, do and interact with others positively. Image source: Elly Fairytale from Pexels
(The fried noodles for breakfast is nothing new for me – I often have the same for breakfast back in Malaysia too. However, I appreciate the breakfast here as they provide a lot of vegetables even for breakfast and these vegetable dishes were well prepared indeed).
Continuing the Cambodia adventure, this post will be on breakfast as we started our self-isolation for 14 days and on the 13th day, we suppose to go for our 2nd COVID19 test. That will determine if we will be free to go on to work on our project in Phnom Penh or get stranded in a Government Hospital until we are free of the COVID19 virus.
(They say that we remember better if we put things down in writing and repeat it on a daily basis in form of a mantra)
(One in the morning before leaving the house. Image source: http://www.britannica.com)
Bung Mokhtar may be stirred up a hornet’s nest with this but frankly speaking, there is some truth with what he has said. But let’s not muddle the matter even more – we can find idiots on both sides of the gender groups.
(We all need our 8 hours of sleep and sometimes more but try to wake up early every morning as it has it’s own advantages too. Image source: here)
I had an interesting chat with a colleague of mine almost a month ago who noticed me coming to the office very early in the morning. He mentioned that by doing that I would be living longer by doing this.
Trust me, sometimes dark alleys can be scary in the wee morning especially when one is coming back to his parked car after going to Batu Caves during Thaipusam. Image source: Photo by Pixabay from Pexels)
I don’t know why but I guess standing in a sea of rubbish was making everyone crazy.