Visa Guidelines is back

Alhamdulillah, I got married to a lovely lady by the name of Sarah and we're enjoying our new phase in life since that momentous day.

And yeah, I graduated from the University of Nottingham and thus, escaping from the evil clutches of my medical school. woot2! probably needs a post on this as well but yeah, maybe later.

at the bottom of this blog, there is an article on visa guidelines for medical students graduated from UK medical schools under MARA scholarship who are planning to work as an FY1 doctor in the UK.

After all, it was my visa guidelines which i made 5 years ago that helped me to get to know a lot of people and for some, have now become my close friends. And it helped a lot of other people as well. So I hope that this guideline would ease your efforts a bit. Visa application is always confusing.

Scroll down to the bottom for the guideline

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

a house is not a home

People, my story isn't finished...my next stop after York was...Newcastle!

5th-7th April 2010
Newcastle Upon Tyne

Wafi was intrigued about his next destination; wondering if Newcastle has anything new to offer. It was his first time riding in a first class coach. Looking through the window, he sipped some of the tea from his cup; two sugars and milk - his favourite. Then, Wafi realized he's approaching the place where most people converse in Geordie dialect. The train was moving on a bridge and as he looked out, masyaAllah. Stunningly beautiful! Bridges as far as his eyes can see...it was like arriving in a fictional city which only comes to life in the silver screens. He said to himself, "Cool giler".

 1st class!

Hehe, just trying my talent in writing. Not so good I guess. Yeah, I love Newcastle. And this is my story:

The tradition

Me and Muz ran against the wind (this is my favourite thing to do on a windy day). There's something about running against the wind which makes me feel good. By the way, he told me he's not reading my blog anymore. So, I decided to put his picture here :D

Farid was busy with someone who got so excited to see a canon

Kan dah kata...

Ruins (aku tak ingat kat mana, yang aku tau...station Tynemouth)

The view from within

The stadium in the middle of the city

Tyne Bridge
Helmi Sohor, gambar ni tak kontroversi macam kau punya

By the way, I refuse to put any pictures of Millenium Bridge because my camera's not good and I'm not good at taking pictures of the bridge :P 

Anyway, Zaid Jasmin has been actively following me on Twitter. Kantoi! And I got to eat nasi lemak and roti canai :D This is the proof:

Roti Canai
(only in Newcastle & Cork :P)

And lastly, thank you Farid. Something about Newcastle made me feel like at home (maybe sebab kau bagi aku makan banyak kot). Kalau dekat, aku dah datang selalu, huhu. 

 One of the windiest days of my life
 
To Farid Wajdi and Zulhilmi Ibrahim, wait for me in 2nd year, insyaAllah...

9 reviews:

  1. hahaha.. damn~ that's a good one! controversial pic..

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  2. after a season baru kua post sal newcastle..huhu..

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  3. to eL,

    betol kott, silap2 elaun naik. hohoho

    to halu9,

    bz la katekan, heheh. bestnye dh dlm flight!

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  4. gambar aku tidak dibenar diupload tanpa kebenaran. harap maklum... grr...

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  5. shin.. 'gambar kau' tu maksudnyer gambar yang kau tangkap or gambar yg ada kau?

    copyright ke? hoho

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  6. i didn't go to tynemouth when i dropped by last week cz it was raining all day,and i didn't want to get sick from being exposed to the rain..

    i felt like laughing really badly when I heard the taxi driver speak geordie, cz it was really funny and i couldn't understand a thing! and to be thinking i actually spoke like that when I was 4 or 5 :p

    newcastle besaaaaaaarrrrrr gila! and no matter how many hundred of times i say this, going to a city other than notts always make me feel as though i just stepped out from a village.. a nice and very peaceful kampung though :p

    and oh pergi sana i didn't found any roti canai, but i did ate a delicious bowl of soto :D :D makes me miss home even more

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  7. i'm hungry right now, so saying things like soto makes my stomach increase its gastric juice secretion.

    anyway, it's good that u enjoyed going back to the place where u once lived during your childhood years.

    and newcastle is really one of the best cities in the UK (probably because of the dramatic effect when i first saw it on the train ride)

    well, i want to go there again insyaAllah...at least before the people i care who lives in newcastle fly back home

    p/s: awalnye habis session

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