The Rough Guide to Southeast Asia on a Budget 1 (Rough Guide Travel Guides)
by Rough Guides

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The way your feet look gives the observer an idea of the way in which you take care of yourself. Everyone wants to have beautiful and healthy feet. To have beautiful skin you have to take care of the skin on your feet. You have to regularly take care of your feet. You will have to soak your feet to soften the tough dead skin, then you will have to scrub off the dead skin from your feet and them moisturize your feet with a nourishing cream to keep it soft and smooth. You should exercise your feet and use comfortable shoes that allow your feet to relax and breathe easily.

Natural Foot Care: Herbal Treatments, Massage, and Exercises for Healthy Feet
by Stephanie Tourles

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Given below is a soak for your feet and will make your skin smooth and beautiful.

  • 1 cup lemon juice
  • Cinnamon for smell
  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil
  • ¼ cup of milk
  • Water (amount does not matter)

Mix all the ingredients in a tub and soak your feet in it for a while. Cinnamon can be replaced with any spice, perfume or flower petals. This soak will leave your skin refreshed and fragrant. After this wash your feet with a mild soap. Follow this foot care regime for a few weeks and your skin on your feet will be silky and smooth.

Borneo Turtle Scuba Dive Trips: June 26 – 30 2008 Budget Sipadan Mabul Kapalai Diving – Airasia Promo flight

Morib beach Initial plan was a choice of 3 spots: Morib, Putrajaya or Ulu Yam. After getting the hoo-ha out of the way, we finally got under way after lunch. Took the E11 Lebuhraya Damansara – Puchong from Subang Jaya. Then onto the B15 all the way past Dengkil until the intersection where it joins into the B18 and used that all the way to Banting. Take the Jalan Sultan Abdul Samad (5) until the traffic lights then turn left at Jalan Sultan Alam Shah (smack bang in the middle of Banting town) is the intersection for Morib.

Indian troops monument, Morib

At a corner, there is a monument erected in remembrance of Indian troops fighting under the British flag who landed at the shore after the Japanese had surrendered. The inscription on the monument reads: The 46th Indian Beach Group landed here on 9 Sept 1945 and handled across the beaches 42,651 personnel, 3,968 vehicles and 11,224 tons of stores. It is also engraved with the names of the group’s members from several Indian army and supply units.

The Jungle is Neutral: A Soldier’s Two-Year Escape from the Japanese Army
by F. Spencer Chapman

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Touch ’n Go cards only for commuters

IN a bid to provide a cashless orientated environment, the Sepadu and Semua tickets used for travelling on the LRT and buses will only be available via Touch ’n Go cards from March 1.

In a statement on their website, Rangkaian Pengangkutan Integrasi Deras (Rapid KL) said the new payment method was effective with immediate effect.

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Borneo Turtle Scuba Dive Trips: DIVE CALENDAR 2008

Have you noticed how commuters tend to queue up at the LRT but not at the KTM Komuter? It seems as if those using KTM are un-schooled (tak sekolah). Every LRT station you go to, there are users standing in line patiently awaiting the arrival of their transport; but the moment you go slightly low tech, public transport users conduct goes down the drain.

Same goes for the bus services. Look at how commuters stand in line as RapidKL busses stop to unload passengers (passengers get in from the front and off at the back); and then look at how Metrobus users rush and jostle their way in.

Its hardly a surprise to find that pregnant woman, senior citizen or handicapped person standing in the aisle; simply because we, the younger generation, hardly give up our seats for them. Worse still, when the said able-bodied person is sitting in the seats allotted to pregnant woman, senior citizen and handicapped persons. Shame on you! Another thing that you see, especially when riding on the KTM Komuter; a person taking up more seat space due to having a big butt (?) or using the seat next to them as a luggage rack.

Why did you attend Moral classes in school? To get high scores in school? NOT! Its to teach you to behave in the proper manner and act chivalrously in public.

This is Malaysia and we all know the unified shout …hanya di Malaysia Boleh!