Monday, April 18, 2011

A Special Kind Of Something

So we’ve been planning Azza’s bridal shower party for weeks! And I was so glad that everything went well despite the bad weather, thank god!  Hosted at the Fullhouse @ Jalan Yap Kwan Seng on the Saturday, only 9 peoples could make it. But still! It was fun as expected because reunion with Smaklian had never been boring.

It was raining so heavily that morning and we were kind of worried because we have booked the outdoor area. Since we have games and naughty things to do - sure bising giler with all the hilai tawa riang gembira - we really don’t want to disturb other customer. So outdoor is definitely a good choice. Luckily, the rain stopped just before the party begins, so we actually have a natural cool environment while catching up with all the girls.

The bride-to-be had a hard time to find the venue. The poor Azza looked tired when she arrived, but still sporting to finish all the dare missions we have prepared for her. She have completed all the hot poses (too hot to shared it here!) we asked her to and even managed to get a phone number from one of the waiter. I should really learn how to do that from her but according to her, “Skill menggatal ni memang tak boleh dikongsi.” LOL!

We couldn’t play taboo game cause tak sempat and everyone have other thing/place to hit after the party. So we end up the party at 3 pm with group photos and finally, giving Azza her gift. I was the one who choose the gift, so I really really REALLY hope that she’ll like it!

Now photo time!
Arrived @ 11.40 am. Fullhouse open @ 12.00 pm :D
Ju-are kate: Takpe, AJK mesti sampai awal :P

The theme is Red & WHITE. Colorblind that much eh?
With 3 beauties: Adah, Dina and Yatie

With Yatie again!
Azza's excited face XD

p/s: Gosh, I got flashback of our dorm life a few times while we were chatting and it kind of got me space out a lot, lol. I missed these people! If only I could turn back time...

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Goody Two-Shoes

Yesterday, I went to 2011 Shoes Festival @ PWTC with Linda~

As I was determined to get myself at least two pair of shoes, it ends up quite disappointing for me. I don’t know, never been to the first one but I expect to see all kind of shoes cause well, it was a shoes festival. But I must say that those shoes collections on blog offers way better choices and prices compared to what I see here. Of course there were a 50 up to 70% sales for those high branded shoes but the design was outdated and the condition of the shoes was pretty bad, it’s not even worth it. Lucky that they have this shoes history exhibition, at least I can educate myself~

Ancient shoes

In front of the fashion shoes runaway

Mirror, yay!

Beaded nyonya shoes made of chocolate, yummy!

Happy face cos duit tak habis~
We decided to have  lunch at Mid Valley cause I haven't been there in ages. We had a Korean food at Ko Hyang stall @ The Garden. So that was where the shoes festival turns into the food festival. Our small table was full with foods! 

Been there twice before and I ordered Ojinguh Bokkeum (stir fried squid in spicy sauce) again because I love the taste so much. Linda ordered Ramyeon (kind of maggi, like what you often seen in Korean drama) which I think it was quite delicious. I decided that I should try something else too, so we also ordered the pajeon, a pancake with squid and onion spring. It's a popular street food in Korea that serves with the salty sauce on the side. Well, taste exactly like our local cucur bawang :D Out of curiosity, I also tried the Patbingsu, a shaved ice-based dessert loaded with nata de coco and sweet red beans as topping. It turns out not my taste as the red beans are way too sweet for me. 

We had this talk about how much we have gained weight and how we couldn't fit into some jeans anymore and how we should really start to exercise. And having those conversation while eating is so not appropriate, lol. What is worst was that none of us were actually really care and keep on munching like eating THAT much wasn't going to make the matter worst, heh.

Anyway, I think the place seriously needs a bigger space as the customer keeps on coming, waiting at your side for the table. It’s not endearing to eat (or even to chat) when the waiters keep on looking at you with that  can-you-just-finish-that-dish-already-so-I-can-clear-the-table face.

If you’re an adventurous eater, I’ll totally recommend this place for the food but not so much for the place itself. The service is okay and the price is reasonable too. But of course, this is just my opinion :D 

Go try it out!

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

You Can Stand Under My Umbrella

Hello people~

Nak cerita pasal Merong Mahawangsa which me and my friend Linda (plus Mieyra who pow me for a ticket at last minute) went to watch about erm, 2 weeks ago? Well, I’ve been so lazy buzy lately, tak sempat nak update blog. Pastu bila tengok entry kat blog orang, rase nak post something but sangat malas got no time la. And bila dah malas nak cepat, I have to use bahasa rojak cause my vocab selalu campur2, what comes to mind first la okay?  

So we went to watch Merong Mahawangsa @ Sunway Piramid. I of course, know nothing about Merong, heard of him but not quite remember what was the significant of him that had to do with Malayan history. So I sat there in the cinema with nothing to expect except for a good computer graphic cause last time I heard that KRU spend couple of millions just for the CGI.

And it did surprise me on how well the movie was made.  I mean, if it wasn’t because of the classic malay narration in the beginning, I would think that I was watching an international movie. I mean, the effect is really that great! And I think Stephen Rahman is so perfect for Merong role! No matter which language he speaks – classic malay, english, He really did great job to makes the Merong character so loveable – I still couldn’t believe that Merong is a ‘go with the flow’ type of guy. Sarcastic and funny and charming – adoiyai, ku telah jatuh cinta. Not to mention that he’s bodylicious too! Hot giler weih~  

And of course, there’s still a few things that can be improve such like; I still have a problem with the dubbing system in Malay film, it was not sync perfectly. Why do we need dubbing? Or if they could asked Kabir Baktiar to advice on the cinematography mesti lagi dasyat. Or perhaps they could give a less-funny wig for Dato  Rahim Razali to wear? Because the whole cinema laugh every time Dato Rahim Razali appear on the screen padahal tak kelakar pun time tu :D. But it wasn’t that bad so it didn’t affect the film so much.

Anyway, if you guys haven’t watched this yet, please do, because it’s awesome and spectacular, you don’t want to miss it. This was something that we can be proud of. 

p/s: It felt weird if I didn't share any pic, but since I didn't snap any picture at that time, so I'll end this post with piccas from the next day trip when me and Linda went to Putrajaya to see hot-air balloon festival (but we didn't get to see any balloon, now how weird is that?). I bough a color-spectrum umbrella, wee~

Self-taken pic with Linda
With abang jual payung at the bazaar :D

Under my umbrella, ella, ella, ella, eh, eh, eh