My Fave Room

May 9, 2020

If you have read my blog since I was still a student in Czechia, you must have seen this view somewhere. :) Hehe

Though it looks quite messy (read: too many colours), at that time, I was satisfied with the wall. There were lots of memories that I can see almost every second being in the room. 

To those who have just being a reader to my blog, welcome :)
This is actually from my room back in Czechia, it was a rooftop (4th floor) flat, 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom with toilet + a kitchen. When I tried to recall memories staying in the flat, alhamdulillah, I must say I should be grateful to be able to rent it due to many reasons

1. Nice landlord.
- though there was a huge language barrier (even with our agent), we managed to confirm our rental with agreed amount of monthly rent. The landlord was initially an uncle with his wife. After he passed away, his daughter took over (she even decided to return to Czechia to take care of her mother although she already settled down somewhere in African continents). 
- I was beyond happy when they agreed after we requested to reduce our rental a bit (due to final year, I planned to do my attachment in Malaysia). And it was fated to be, I went home 4x that year (summer break - my brother passed away - medical attachment - back for good).

2. Strategic location
- it was located very close to the main train station, so it was such a relieve if my friends and I return late at night from Prague. At that time, we usually take a day trip to Prague to buy those varieties of halal meat or for usrah, so the final train was around 10pm (arrived at Hradec Kralove around 12am)
- Tesco was just within walking distance. I found to be awesome as I can go to Tesco any time I want haha.
- most official offices are around as well - Vodafone (internet plan), main post office, 2 shopping malls, library.
- peaceful neighborhood (despite being in the city center). The main road in front of the flat was only for residents and public transport, so there was no traffic at all!

3. Fully furnished.
- I am still searching photos of the flat (they are somewhere in the gallery), but the price is totally worth the flat - in view of most basic furniture and electrical appliances were included - fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, oven, microwave, 2 sets of bedroom furniture, full set of kitchen table. If I am not mistaken, it was CZK 12000 approximately RM2000/flat/month.

Alhamdulillah, this time around, I managed to get good landlord in Manjung too :)

Anyway, I miss Hradec Kralove, I miss Czech! Hehe.

Okay, off to night shift, pray for a smooth one kay :)

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