I have to admit that it is interesting that the World's Local Bank CEO has been keeping a vigil at this blogsite. But with all good things, I have to let him rest and post a new posting. It is interesting to know that that all my calls to my bank apparently is rerouted thousands of miles to my mother's home country. If I had known that, I would have used my other accent every time I called in, that way I wouldn't have gotten the run around. I have only one suggestion - give those folks at the call centre, a new map of Brunei. One that shows clearly the different districts in Brunei.
Life goes on. This is the other postcard which was auctioned a few minutes after the other Brunei postcard. Luckily, whoever it was that had a tussle with me with the other postcard decided not to challenge me all the way on this one. So this one, I ended up paying half the price of the other postcard. This one is US$414.99.
This one interestingly enough had a caption that says "Hari Raya (Mohemedan New Year) in Brunei". I am not sure where all these people are going. If presumably Hari Raya is around that time, then everyone is going to go to the mosque. With these many people, the only big enough mosque which everyone can go to would be the Masjid Pekan Brunei. Remember this one got burnt down during the second world war before another was being 1958 which is the currently Sultan Omar Ali.