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Posted: 18 Dec 2011 05:41 AM PST

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JeMaRi AsMaRa: Semalam <b>di Tanjung Bidara</b> Melaka

Posted: 18 Dec 2011 05:47 AM PST

Rakaman percutian berserta sedikit info tentang resort..
Seperti yang ibu ceritakan sebelum ini, selepas dua malam di Johor bahru kami beredar pula ke Melaka untuk menikmati percutian di tepi pantai. Rakaman kami bercanda di tepian pantai tanjung Bidara ibu dah kongsikan pada n3 sebelum ini.
Untuk n3 yang ini, ibu nak kongsikan tentang penginapan kami di Tanjung Bidara. Kami menginap di sini..
Samudera Bidara Resort.. Yang ni semua bilik superior. Ada roof top lagi..
Sebelum ibu ceritakan tentang resortni, ibu nak kongsikan pandangan sekiranya kawan-kawan nak bercuti di sini.
Jika anda memilih lokasi yang tenang tanpa hiruk pikuk, ibu cadangkan pilihlah resort atau chalet di Tanjung Bidara. Cuma resort atau chalet di sini agak tersorok dan perlukan kenderaan kalau nak keluar makan. Cari je papan tanda Komplek Falak Al Khawarizmi Jabatan Mufti Melaka, selepas kompleks tu akan jumpa banyak resort atau chalet. Tinggal pilih je yang mana satu.. Samudera Bidara Resort tu kami main terjah je, ada kosong terus check in.
Jika anda memilih, lokasi yang senang nak ke pantai, senang nak cari makan, ibu cadangkan pilihlah resort di Pangkalan Balak. Cuma suasana agak bising sebab betul-betul tepi pantai peranginan. Chalet dan resortnya juga bersusun rapat-rapat. Kalau tak nak leceh, baik di Pangkalan Balak berbanding Tanjung Bidara. Semua ada di sini..
Lagi satu, kalau pergi bukan di waktu puncak (cuti sekolah atau hujung minggu) tak perlulah book dulu. Datang, tengok dan pilih. Sebab ada setengah chalet tu dalam internet bukan main, sekali datang rupa rumah kampung je. Harga pun kedebabom.. Tapi, kalau pergi di waktu puncak dan tak book dulu, jangan marah kalau tak dapat bilik. Hihi..
Okeylah, itu pandangan dari mata kasar ibu je. Meh ibu cerita tentang SBR ni, best ke tak nilai lah sendiri ye..
 Pemandangan dari roof top. Antara kelemahan resort ni, dia tak ada pantai berpasir, pantai dia tambak batu. Kalau nak mandi kena jalan kaki jauh sikit atau keluar ke pantai yang dekat dengan Kem Terendak yang kami pergi tu..
 Resort yang sama cuma semua tu bilik standard.. RM130.00 semalam termasuk makan pagi untuk 2 orang.. Bilik superior RM150.00 semalam termasuk makan pagi untuk 3 orang..
3 kekasih ibu, ibu paksa ambil gambar atas roof top.. Hihi..
 Ni nak panggil apa ek? Lobi resort ke?
 Ahha.. ini sarapan yang disediakan. Ada juga sampingannya, sosej dan wedges, roti bakar pun ada. Buah pun ada. Air teh dan kopi serta oren kordial. Bukan fresh oren tau..
 Gelanggang bola tampar. Ayah tu saje tunjuk skill lepas gian. Kalau siapa-siapa yang datang buat family day dan nak buat BBQ kat sinilah tempatnya..
Resortni ada swimming pool.. Tuuu, Maryam dah sain kontrak jadi model swimming pool resort ni. Hihi...
Bilik? Tak yah tunjuklah. Sangat biasa-biasa.. Katil pun dah uzur dan senget sebelah. Karpet dia pun berbau hapak. Ibu rasa tak sesuai sebenarnya resort tepi pantai dan ada swimming pool macamni guna karpet. Orang basah-basah terus naik bilik sebab swimming pool dia tak sediakan tuala mahupun penjaga.. Oh ya, keadaan tu mungkin untuk bilik yang kami dapat je kut, bilik 602.. Ayat cover nih. Haha..
Wi Fi? Masa check in dia kata ada, dah malam dia kata tak ada pula. Hmm tak apa, sepanjang di Tanjung Bidara memang tak ada masa nak berinternet pun.
Cuma ada satu insiden yang buat ibu hangat hati, pekerja dia masuk bilik tanpa ketuk pintu dengan alasan nak ambil tuala. Masatu ibu cuma lock je tanpa pasang selak. Mujur ibu lengkap berpakaian, kalau tengah berkemban? Takke naya?
Secara keseluruhannya, jika tidak mengambil kira insiden hangat hati tu, resortni okeylah. Nama pun resort, tak perlulah mengharap standard hotelkan?
Baiklah, sampai di sini sahaja. Ada masa nanti ibu buat n3 tentang ikan bakar di Pangkalan Balak pula.
Jumpa lagi, salam sayang buat semua!!

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HOMESTAY BANGLO <b>DI UMBAI</b> - 5 BILIK: KOMPLEKS HOMESTAY <b>...</b>

Posted: 14 Feb 2012 06:56 AM PST

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Trading the Intraday Breakouts | Free Forex And Gold Signals

Posted: 21 Mar 2012 10:58 PM PDT

Salam.

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  2. Kelas Analisis Teknikal Harga Emas akan di adakan di Hotel Park Avenue, Sg Petani pada 7 April ini. Fee RM300.

Hubungi saya untuk pendaftaran. TQ

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Good day traders!

When trading intraday breakouts, or when engaging in any type of trading, for that matter, it is important for traders to use every type of advantage possible. We want to search for situations in which the odds are in our favor and then take action.

Breakouts falls into three general type; real breakout, false breakout and pre mature breakout. A real breakout is spotted by an upward or downward movement of the price in a more convincing fashion. That is to be said, it is represented by either a long white or black candlestick or better, a marubozu. This is what we called candlestick attitude.

A false breakout occurs when the price appears to break below support or above resistance, only to rise back above support or fall back below resistance. A premature breakout is somehow between this two breakouts. First it break the support/resistance level, then it rise/fall back to the levels, only to continue its breakout direction back.

In trading the market, consolidation patterns exists in many forms such as:

Consolidation Patterns Diagram

For today's purpose, I shall explain the ascending and descending triangles patterns.

Ascending and Descending Triangles

These two patterns create excellent intraday breakout opportunities, because the pattern itself establishesa directional bias for the currency or commodities pair.

An ascending triangle is formed by a combination of diagonal support and horizontal resistance. The diagonal support is drawn by using the trendline tool.

Ascending Triangle

In the case of this pattern, the bulls are gaining strength and buying at higher and higher levels, while the bears are merely trying to defend an established level of resistance. Since the bulls are more aggresive than the bears, they are more likely to prevail in this battle. The odds favor a breakout to the upside.

A descending triangle on the other hand is formed by a combination of diagonal resistance and horizontal support.

Descending triangle

In the case of this pattern, the bears are gaining strength and selling at lower and lower levels, while the bulls are merely trying to defend an established level of support. The bears are the more aggresive party in this case, so the odds favor a breakout to the downside.

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When trading these patterns, traders can gain a further edge by:

  1. Checking the direction of the currency pair prior to the formation of the triangle pattern;
  2. The time of the day filter.

On top of that, to be able to understand the buildup before the breakout would be essential in forecasting the breakout direction.

Happy piping!

Shufaad

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iGossip by Rizal: --> Jom Tengok Pusaran <b>di Tanjung Tuan</b>!

Posted: 03 Feb 2012 12:47 AM PST


It was the a program held my Administration of Students Affair of IPG-International Languages Campus. The main program was kayaking and we had to pay RM35 each. Unfortunately I couldn't find any photo during kayaking activity.
Early in the morning...our journey took more than an hour from KL to Port Dickson. We stopped for a while at petrol station to withdraw money and buy snacks.
At time we arrived, the shore was empty, surut habis...haha, so we had to wait for the sea level to rise. I hate tide lol. Only then, we were able to do kayaking.
 Srikandi...All of them are now teaching; Kajian Sosial and French.
The Otai...The guy in blue is Mr. Thahir Kamaruzzaman. He was once the officer at the administration and he retired last year. Such a great, humble and friendly man.
 Me...Muhamad Rizal bin Sadiman.
We were on our way heading towards Tanjung Tuan or Cape Rachado (the name was given by the Portuguese) to see the famous legendary 'pusaran' or whirlpool.
The front gate of Tanjung Tuan. We were supposed to pay RM1 each but we were lucky that day for not needing to pay the entrance fee. Alhamdulillah...
 This is the lighthouse of Tanjung Tuan.
We were very happy after 20 minutes of walking. The weather was totally hot! The sun was very mean that day but we were meaner lol. By making this far was an achievement of a lifetime haha.
Can you see the whirlpools? I couldn't, so unfortunate. According to myth, there was a fisherman managed to get through the brutal whirlpools. He was the only one who survived while the others were nowhere to be found. They all went messing. The whirlpoosl is said to be brutally rotate during fool moon. Hair-raising ha?
 Some of us were posing like models of the magazine.
 While some were just sitting overthere, doing nothing; we were actually hiding for the sunlight.
 Heading back to the shore.
The final blow is the photo of us together. There we 40 of us actually but some couldn't make here. Anyway, thanks to Aman Rasidi for the photos. It was a splendid experience indeed.

Wanna know more about Port Dickson and this awesome spot, do visit this travel blog; Travelog air & sha.

Hope you get it...till then, that is how
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My Birding field trips: Raptor Census at <b>Tanjung Tuan</b>, Malaysia

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 07:10 AM PDT

The company that I work required us to utilise our previous year carried forward leave before 31st of March. It has being a few years already I use a big portion of my carried forward leave as field trips to participate in conservation of raptors through monitoring.
Raptor comes from a Latin word rapere that means to seize, to grap by force. Raptor is a term use for birds that have good eyesight for accurate judgement of distance for landing and hunting. They also have strong talons, strong curved beak, strong legs for catching, holding food and to tear flesh.
The purpose of research on migrating raptors through monitoring this long term migratory raptor census project is collate information on migratory raptor populations, species, it's flight strategies on weather conditions. Over the years of data information collated will then able to make a better analysis does it's flight patterns behaviour, populations are affected by the environmental factors. The intresting part is others countries who are in the migratory raptors flyway are also doing this type of survey and monitoring. The data collated by each country will then be combine and compile for a better information and knowledge necessary for conservation of raptors and their habitats.
Raptors migratory patterns and it's populations is a good yardstick of the health of our ecosystem environment. A healthy ecosystem is a good indicator availabilities of adequate food source and fresh water for all.
Where is the best site for Raptor migratory monitoring in Malaysia for spring migration?
At present we able to indentify that Tg Tuan or formally known as Cape Rachado.
The meaning of Spring migration.
Spring migration is bird in big population migrate long distance flying north bound in the spring to breed. Food source is the primary motivation for migration. The longer days of the northen hemispher sumner provide extended time for breeding birds to feed their young.


As migration is energy intensive the fly route are normally shaped by geographical, ecological, and even meteorological factors. Flyways normally is along mountain ranges or coastlines this is due the birds could have the advantage of updrafts and other wind patterns. If possible they will avoid large stretches of open water (sea).


What is the Best time to watch the raptors at Tanjung Tuan.
In order to conserve energy to cross the open sea the raptors will use the fly path of Pulau Rupat, Indonesia that is about 38km distance from Tg Tuan. As raptors are large they require thermals to assist them to glide without using much energy to continous flapping their wings, the timeframe windows on a good condusive weather for migration is between 11am till 4pm.
The waiting time for migratory raptors, you could observe the others residence birds and wildlife that residece in that small green lung.












This year the 42 days counting starts from Feb bring a final score of 57,128 raptors fly past Tg Tuan.
Oriental Honey Buzzard- 53,040
Japanese Sparrowhawk - 152
Does the raptors migratory patterns and it's population impacted by the changes on global weather conditions and natural dissaster? If you are a birder based in Malaysia do spare some days as a volunteering basis to assist Raptor Census at Tg Tuan.
Your small contribution and effort will leads us the answers for the above. The census are carry out yearly from Mid February till April.
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Dig deep: 10 - 13th March 2012: Raptor Watch, <b>Tanjung Tuan</b>

Posted: 15 Mar 2012 06:10 PM PDT

Compared to last year, this year's pilgrimage was a decidedly low key affair. The weather conditions conspired against getting many good photos, so, for a better idea of the event and its birds, have a browse through 12-13th, 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th March 2011.

On the 10th, the entire day produced only 17 Grey-faced Buzzards, including this juvenile.

We were glad of the opportunity to watch any bird that would show itself, such as this immature Black-naped Oriole...

...and a Blue-throated Bee-eater.

After a while, even these disappeared, so we resorted to looking at pictures of raptors...

...And people HOPING to get pictures of raptors!

Thankfully, the 11th was a lot better! We counted over 5,300 Oriental Honey-buzzards, though wind and lighting conditions were still not in favour of the photographers!

The best of a bad bunch - a male, two females and a juv. I got much better pics last year!

The star of the day was a dark morph Booted Eagle.

The pictures would have been a lot better if I hadn't had the camera on the wrong settings! Still - it happens, and there will be others...

This Barn Swallow seemed to think it was hilarious!

The 12th was a new low - just one OHB all day, but fortunately, we had made the decision not to sit at the lighthouse. Instead we had a lazy day in the garden and by the beach, when I trained my camera on some of the common birds I usually overlook.

Asian Glossy Starling, Brown Shrike, Spotted Dove and Yellow-vented Bulbul, all taken with coffee in John and Ting Howes' front garden!

A pair of Oriental Magpie-robins coming to take scraps as we lunched at the Yacht Club!

At dusk we went to check out a green-pigeon roost hoping for Orange-breasted. No luck, but we did observe this male Pink-necked apparently eating mud from the foreshore - can anyone explain it? Perhaps taking mineral supplements?

A female Pink-necked Green-pigeon preparing to roost in Rhizophora.

So that was it for Raptor Watch this year. We were fortunate to have one 'big day', and it made us realize what exceptional fortune we'd had last year!

 

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