I'm not aware of the existence of any gold mines, coal mines etc. But I am well aware of The Mines, the nearest big shopping mall to my place. My initial plan was to take a bus to KTM Serdang and take the komuter to Midvalley. Out of courtesy I asked my housemate if he got any plan and wants to join me. He was okay with that, since he hadn't watched movie for quite some time.
He has a motorcycle so we didn't wait for the bus of course. And it was during the ride I realised the taxi that I took last time after my interview cheated me. She took a longer route, with traffic light to KTM Serdang when there is actually another shorter route, with no traffic light. Yes, it was a metered taxi =___= Imagine how much money I could have saved. (I'm quite a cheapskate)
Anyway, my housemate thought we were going there by his motorcycle when my initial plan was for us to get on the komuter at KTM Serdang. I know Midvalley is really far from my place. That's why after that I suggested we went to any nearest shopping mall. He said he always frequents these two malls - The Mines, and Alamanda in Putrajaya. We chose The Mines since it's much closer.
I can't remember if I've been there before or not, maybe I did as a kid? Anyway, that place is huge. Hahaha, another thing that makes me proud as a Malaysian. No shopping mall in Australia can beat Malaysia's shopping malls =P
So, we hung out there, bought some stuff, watched movie. To my delight, bubble tea is sold there at Mines! XD I thought we don't have bubble tea here in Malaysia. The stall selling it is called 'Cool Blog'? ,I'm hooked to bubble tea since I first had it in Springvale, Melbourne. Singapore got many stalls selling that.
Hmm, pretty tired already now. I think I should go to sleep after 11pm. Well, I can afford to leave the home really late, but can not possibly wake up late for Subuh.