Our evening play was a day around the neighbourhood plus a visit to the field where the kids enjoyed slides and swings.
Here we go looby-loo
Did they exchange this for….
THIS? I think it’s a great idea! More seats now…
Saw dog poo-poo infested with ants… YUCK
Then saw a dead rodent.. kids went screaming.. Aaaaaa~
Wasted honeydew.. not mine but my favourite fruit
BBQ’d froggy. Hmm.. wonder what happened to it?
Other ways to use unwanted bathtubs
Not so lonely anymore!!!
Javier gave Judith some pushes too
Javier’s first time going solo on the swing
WHEE~ I’m flying!
I had some fun on the swings too.. used to be my favourite when I was little and my dad used to push me way up high in the air
SEE and no SAW.. one part is missing
Stuck! Not moving!
Down I come
And OUT and UP I go
Peaceful serene garden
Aeroplane here and there
Flower Cactus – very thorny
Little milipede crossing our paths
Plenty of aloe vera around the field
At first, I really thought this was a real gun.. then I went around it and saw, ‘Made in China’. LOL~
Yesterday, we went for dinner at SAKURA. It’s situated along Jalan Imbi. We used to love SAKURA a lot. But since last night, I doubt we’ll ever patronize it again. It really gave us a bad impression of the place the moment we sat down.
Thou, it’s been renovated, modernized and added another floor, it doesn’t deserved it.
- OMiGosh! The waiter that took our orders could have land a role as Joker in Batman. He looked so serious and didn’t even try to smile. At least Joker grinned.
- There were too many waiters and waitresses. Most of the time, they were hovering one another. Each time, a different face attend us.
- The noodle dishes were okay but their signature ‘nasi lemak’ was thumbs down. The rice was too ‘lemaky’ so is the chicken curry. Lemak+Lemak don’t really go well. The food quality decreased awfully. The ‘acar’ that was supposed to come before/with the dish together was sent later.
- Cc’s dessert, ‘cendol’ came without ‘cendol’. Haha it was funny. It was only ice and beans. A waitress names “ICE” took the ‘non-cendol’ back to the kitchen to be remake. But the worse thing is that, no one cared to inform us that they ran out of cendol. We waited until the captain came and told us the chef in the kitchen knew about it and yet they still serve customers; so to speak, they serve customers ‘cendol’ without its ‘cendol’. The captain also told us that he had cancelled our ‘cendol’ order. WOW~ I didn’t know our orders could be cancelled automatically by someone else. It’s like getting a slap in the face!
- Do not order the ice-cream cakes…
- The whole restaurant is a smoking hub. What makes it worse is, there were families with children. Plus, smoking in an air-conditioned area can get really stuffy.
- There were only 2 round tables.. LOL~
- Two waiters name Tony and Michael
- The fact that Javier vomited all over the chair and carpet. They were so efficient in cleaning up the mess.
SAKURA, you’ve break our hearts~
P/S : No pictures… too bad to be viewed!
We had lunch date today with FIL and CC. FIL chose to eat Dim-Sum at CHUAI HENG, Jln. Bukit Bintang. Ooo.. you wouldn’t believe it. The place changed so much since the last time we went. Fully renovated, newly designed and better chefs I think or should I say better food? HAHA~
Peking Duck > one of CC’s favorite dish
All the different types of DIM-SUM
ME : Where are we going after this? Pavilion?
This was CC’s look upon confirming what I said
Pang! Pang! Pang!
After lunch, we visited the FAMALE washroom. New gender I presume?
Jake insist that we should go mountain climbing together and how could I decline his offer? HEHE~ Everywhere he goes I’ll go, no matter rain nor shine! The mountain we went is called Bukit Saga or also known as Bukit Apek.
So.. today was my first trip up and down the mountain. And I had to bring my camera along to snap some pictures to post here. I wore comfy clothes but I think I ought to get proper ones. I haven’t been exercising for a very long time except for going up and down the flight of stairs at home. BTW, my mom’s place is 3-storeys high so it ain’t cheeky either.
Trees, trees everywhere…. so peaceful yet so calming…
Up to Station/Level 6 anyone?
Markers were everywhere so you won’t go missing.. well unless you pissed the forest undertakers > oh well you won’t understand what I’m saying anyway.
AID-lines were left by experienced hikers to ease people like us during tough terrain
Rubber trees here
Rubber trees there
Our way down
Pretty hot by the time we came down from the mountain
Hubby wait!!! I haven’t done snapping pictures… WAIT~
YUP… we’re finally down and off we went looking for ‘air kelapa’…
~MOUNTAIN CLIMBING II coming soon~