May 06 Suria KLCC Bloggers Meet

Suria KLCC Bloggers Meet - May 7, 2006
Suria KLCC Bloggers Meet. (L-R clockwise) Colin, Suanie (partially hidden), Reta, Albert, Ivan, Linggesh, Alan, Titoki (partially hidden), Peter, Eyeris and Erna.
Photo by Wuan.

Suria KLCC Bloggers Meet - May 7, 2006
Suanie to Reta: Eleh, u think u eye me liddat I sked ah?

Suria KLCC Bloggers Meet - May 7, 2006
Reta making a pass at me while Suanie was busy with her food. Albert was reading his own palm.

Suria KLCC Bloggers Meet - May 7, 2006
Eyeris intimidating us with the mother of all fixed lense digicams.
Photo by Wuan.

Suria KLCC Bloggers Meet - May 7, 2006
The mob at Suria KLCC Concourse. L-R: Ivan (in blue), Linggesh, Jack, Reta, Alan, Peter, Colin, Suanie and Titoki.
Photo by Wuan.

Suria KLCC Bloggers Meet - May 7, 2006
Suanie with Erna.
Photo by Wuan.

Suria KLCC Bloggers Meet - May 7, 2006
The blogger girls just could not get enough of me. L-R: Erna, Suanie, Reta and Titoki.
Photo by Wuan.

Suria KLCC Bloggers Meet - May 7, 2006
Reta got left out of my bonding session with Suanie and wished she had a knife.
Photo by Wuan.

The attendees (taken from Alan’s site):
Reta and Eric the boyfriend.

Related entires:
Eye On Everything – You and what mob?
Fading Sanity – mini random bloggers’ meeting/Hummer/Wedding Dinner
BP Bites – The Flash Mob That Fizzled
Titoki’s Secret Diary – Were you flashed?
Distance- random bloggers meet part1
Lingghezhi – Blogger’s Meet @ KLCC
As Suanie Sees It – random sunday photos

Author: Peter Tan

Peter Gabriel Tan. Penangite residing in the Klang Valley. Blissfully married to Wuan. A LaSallian through and through. Slave to three cats. Wheelchair user since 1984. End-stage renal disease since 2017. Principal Facilitator at Peter Tan Training specialising in Disability Equality Training. Former columnist of Breaking Barriers with The Borneo Post. This blog chronicles my life, thoughts and opinions. Connect with me on Twitter and Facebook.

10 thoughts on “May 06 Suria KLCC Bloggers Meet”

  1. Some guys have all the luck 😎 And Reta the organiser helped me complete the list.

    I did, didn’t I? Reta helped you complete the list because she got the list.

  2. BTW, pixelate my ugly face, can? Thank you so much.

    Next time do not forget to bring your own paperbag.

  3. Hi Peter, It’s great to see the bloggers and yourself enjoying yourselves.
    I just like to ask questions about when you meet people, like in a gathering such as shown, how do you find the level of awareness by others apart from Wuan, in terms of accessibility. Would they rather than you suggest an accessible placeto meet etc? Would they be sensitive to your needs?
    Thanks. Great to see such wonderful comraderie!

    Bloggers meets are usually held at shopping complexes. Accessibility is good in these places. So far, I have not had any problems except during the PPS bash in June last year. It was held at Charlie’s Place which occupied part of the Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia building in Jalan Tangsi. Ironically, that place was not accessible and does not have an accessible toilet. Other than that, the people who organise such meets do take into consideration my needs when selecting venues.

  4. Thanks Peter. Yup PAM building, no surprise. I also went there a few times. Difficult parking and not accessible. We have to write a letter to the PAM President then…:)

    Yes we must!

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