Friday, December 9, 2011

Chongqing, Here I Come!!

I have been busy, still doing last minute stuff. Got all the errands done in the morning and during lunch time, a friend called and wanted to drop by. We had a quick chat. He said I have not been very active on my blog lately and I said "yes, while in India I was on the move. After I came back, I was recovering from fatigue and therefore did not post that much." Earlier another friend called and wanted to come over in the afternoon but I told her that I would most likely not be at home because I still got some things to do. I have been cramming too many things in the last minute.

Last night I met my group of friends who went India with me and we had supper together. Everyone seems to be happy about the outcome of the India trip. There was also talk of planning a few days driving trip from Kuala Lumpur to Krabi, Thailand. That would be nice.

Well tomorrow, I will be going to Chongqing, China for my HIFU treatment. It has been busy, busy during the last two weeks. I am looking forward to the treatment. Just checked, the temperature at Chongqing is sunny/cloudy, between 6°C and 10°C. I am just wondering if I will have any problems adjusting to that kind of temperature. Anyway, I have adequate clothing and hope things would work out fine for me.

I will try to update my blog and and when possible may  include some photos of some of the areas that I visited in Chongqing. 


  1. CT ... good luck & best wishes !

  2. My thoughts and prayers are with you!
    Hope the HIFU treatment will be a great success!!

    Wishing you well!!!

  3. Dear CT,hoping you all the success and my prayers always for you.Keep writing,keep fighting,you're an inspiration to all.God Bless regards from AL MAL.

  4. Dear CT,

    ALL THE BEST!!! No amount of words to describe my best wishes for all your undertakings... Hope to hear from you soon.


  5. I wish you a safe journey and successful treatment. First things first, dont worry about blogging while you are there, conserve enery for recovery from procedure first.