“It’s been a one wild but FUN ride…”
You probably be wondering ” … they went on their company trip back in early September, and only NOW they write about it … ”
Well, sincere apologies on this. We needed time to gather feedback and also the wonderful pictures snapped to commemorate the fabulous memories we shared together as a team … AND as a family unit. The goal, was to churn out a superb write-up and share with everyone. Here you go …
Gathering at the airport seemed an endless task as everyone was on Malaysian clock and stuck in Malaysian traffic, which automatically meant the leader had a hard time gathering the little chickens into the coop, to be on time. He did it though and a good one at that. So lesson number one – leadership and coordination skills were well honed.
So off we blasted into the skies, heading to our highly desired destination – Bandung.
Bandung is the capital city of West Java, and also goes by the name of the “Paris of Java”, for its resemblance to Paris and also the fact that this quaint city is just as charming as its European counterpart in numerous ways. Having said this, Bandung has also earned another nickname – Kota Kembang, literally meaning the Flower City since Bandung used to have many flowers.
We have heard time and time again about this amazing city – from her mythical and misty volcanoes, cool, mild and pleasant climate, a crazy yet exciting denim-dedicated shopping street to wide and huge hectares of luscious tea plantations, this is a booming and flourishing metropolis that screams unconventional yet exciting and intriguing adventures.
Everything was immaculately planned. One need not be bathed in luxury to enjoy a holiday. There were other attributes that were worth more than money could ever buy and we believed that we found them during this trip.
We are proud to say that this trip helped us enhance them – teamwork, communication, respect, collaboration, problem solving, conflict management, common goal, support and last but not the very least … FRIENDSHIP…
Here are some of the photos that we took … Enjoy!