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Monday, March 31, 2008

Coffee at 4.80

I was sick today, but I wanted to go out because I slept too much in the afternoon. But I also wanted to sleep peacefully at night. So when a friend asked if I wanted to go out for dinner, I said, sure, why not?! So we went to Meng Kee for Min Fun Koh. Yummy. Then we met the guys for supper at 4.80 (Say it in Cantonese and most people around will know where is this place).

Every Monday, the guys meet together for dinner. Dinner can be anywhere and anything. They will scout around for a different place to eat. There are minimum 4 guys, maximum 7. Sometimes they ask me to join them for dinner. Sometimes, for supper at 4.80. They make good teh-si and coffee there and the round toast bun is simply delicious.
I went back with a higher temperature. :(

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Cookies anyone?

Look what my cousin got for his staff? The staff requested for cookies and he obediently bought cookies for them.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Bye Bye Wai Hon

Wai Hon is leaving Malaysia for US. He and his wife Ruth was with us for about 4 years. Ruth has already left in September 2007. I sure miss them... especially the kids.

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Bukit Kepayang on a Misty Morning

Today we went to Bukit Kepayang for a hike. (In fact,at every opportunity we get, we will hike at Bukit K). It rained yesterday and it was misty this morning. We were suppose to hike up Gunung Datuk, but there was a gotong royong (spring cleaning) in our church at 9.30am. A few of our climbing team members went to Gunung Datuk, but Rachel and I wanted to help in the church.
Anyway, back to this Bukit Kepayang.... we were enjoying the cool air... etc, and suddenly, we saw other hikers putting up this long string of fire crackers. We were fascinated and decided to stay for a while to watch them light the fire crackers.

It was a fifty feet fire cracker. We knew it would be loud (and would also pollute the clean air), so we left a minute after they lit up the fire crackers.

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Polling Day

The majority of these pictures were taken in Rasah, Seremban. So many banners, buntings, posters everywhere. Sometimes I wonder... how much it cost to advertise, whether it's worth it or not, and will the people change their mind after seeing all these advertisements. Well, we will know by the end of today.