It was a weekend of Project Management Planning and Managing Projects Training by Info-Trek. The training package included a 3 day 2 night stay in Selesa Beach Resort Port Dickson. Another plus point for Info-Trek is their package included accommodation and dining for spouse and children too.
It would have been better if I was informed about it earlier though. As a result, I had to travel back to KL to bring along my beloveds. Fortunately it’s just like an hours drive away from home. Still, gas price is always a factor to think of.
I am quite impressed with Selesa Beach Resort. They have a pretty clean beach. Its in a cove overlooking 2 bungalows. As such, the sea is pretty calm at all times. For those of you who can’t live without the internet, wifi is available in the lobby area. The rooms are offline though.
We were all given rooms on the first floor. Not much of a view. They are, however, moderately spacious. Good enough for families with a couple of children. TV comes with just the normal hotel stations – tv (1,2,3,7,8), astro (star movies, espn, bbc, disney, art), and vision four.
Luqman really enjoyed the trip. He had his first contact with ponies. Yes, there are a couple of ponies at the resort. On weekends, the pony ride is free. Maybe Luqman will get to ride them ponies in a year or two. Luqman only played on the beach. We didn’t go into the sea, this time. He just had fun running around and playing with sands. He also got to play in the swimming pool. His first ever experience in a swimming pool. Boy, did he really liked it. So, he spent like an hour in the swimming pool, chasing everyone else in the pool around.
As usual, I’ve got some photos of the Selesa PD weekend trip. However, this time, my trusted digital camera is on loan to my sis. She is traveling on business to Germany. Thus, I had to use my trusted Sony Ericsson K618i to snap these pictures. Just like any other photo shoots, I’ve uploaded these into my PicasaWeb album.
Oh yes, before I forget. To Pankreas Ini Ada [email protected] and Life Is A Journey On A Road To [email protected] who celebrated their akad nikah (check out their photos in Tanpa Suara: No Sound @ Zulkhas’ Eyeview On Corporate Events and Wedding Photography). So, how does it feel to be a family? My heartiest congratulation. Live Long and Prosper! To the newly weds, congratulations and apologies for not attending the ceremony. If not for this training weekend, your wedding would have been featured in this Family and Friends Outing Tips posting instead.