Alhamdulillah.It was a fruitful Sunday indeed.A few days ago,my father was suggesting if I wanna go for the one day durian trip at JB.Of course I had to say YES cos of my love for durian.I stopped eating durian when I was pregnant with my firstborn.So you know how long was that.I did not eat durian at all for the past years only until recently when my aunt brought back durian from her one day durian trip at JB.I had a packet to myself and then I got sick thereafter.Too much of something is no good in fact.So yes,I finally went ahead with the trip with the help of my aunt and cousin to babysit Fariesz for the weekend.Thank you.😀 I brought along my two elder kids,Raiyan and Ariessa and it was fun.The itinery quite boring before we get to eat the durian though.I do not want to spend so much money on unnecessary stuff so on some stops,I decided not to leave the bus.Here are some of the pictures.I would rate this trip,7/10.It was my first going on trip like this.In malay,they call it “ROMBONGAN”.Most of then are makciks;you know like our aunts and grandmothers kinda.They like to go on trip like this actually.The picture below says it all.Haha! 149 more words
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So I’m just going to steamroll through the months between India and now. At some point I’ll go back to write about Myanmar. It was incredible, and Bagan was one of the most amazing places I’ve ever been in my life. 506 more words
Was waiting for someone to finish yoga class at Paragon Shopping Centre when I came upon The Chalk Farm cakery.
Kueh salat in cake form? I was a little leery of attempts to contextualise Western concepts of dessert, or alternatively, to modify local Singaporean/Malaysian dessert for Western taste. 109 more words