Is it me, or does Streamyx seem sluggish today.
I'm feeling extremely dry right now. I got quite smashed last night. Therefore, my Gawai is complete. As an indigenous person, not getting drunk during the harvest festival is like not celebrating it. Must get stoned.
And I did.
Anyway, I think up to this point this afternoon, I think I've drunk 3 litres of water. Which helps.
Lester just called. I'm supposed to go visit him later.
Where were we last night ? Oh yes, drink. At Leon's place. As usual with any festive occasion at Leon's, drinks were served.
Beer, Night Train, beer, baccardi and two different kinds of tequila. It was awesome.
All our friends were there. Jerome, Rin, Will, my brother, Syuk, Raven and Trimas. I think I got everyone there.
We used to do this a lot. Gather somewhere, pop open a few bottles, get drunk and tell stories and ribald jokes.Nowadays, everyone's kind of busy so we don't do it so much.
By the end of the evening, some of us had to leave early while some of us passed out on the pavement and some of us threw up. Ahh, good times.
I took many pictures. Leon went one extra and took a video of some of us cackling madly. It was very funny.
I might post one or two.
We also went to Kampung Singai to visit Will at his parents' kampung (village) house. Another Gawai feature, a trip to the rural parts of the state. It wasn't very far, maybe 35 minutes of leisurely driving. My brother for some odd reason managed to fail to notice the two red cars we parked by the road side and overshoot to some other place far, far away. He made it in the end but that was still quite weird. How do you not notice two red cars parked by the road ?
Later, Will took us to a waterfall nearby. That was cool. The water was great. Too bad we were dressed wrong. Next time we go here, I'm bringing shorts.
The place is quite out of the way and not too many people go there. And for good reason. The trail up to the waterfall was quite tricky. Definitely not safe for the less gainly amongst us.
I took many pictures. Will put them up once I sort through them.
Gawai 2005 has been a good one, with many friends to hang out with and more (hazy) memories to savour. I'm going out again to visit some more friends.
Happy Gawai everyone and may the next year's harvest be as bountiful, whatever it may be.