Friday, October 30, 2009

makan separuh harga di Shah Alam

Ok, fine I broke my promise! Exam isn't over yet, but hey a battler needs some break sometimes.

I THINK I have new pictures every time I went out. It's some kind of pleasure to scroll through the pictures again btw. And I was, in doing so, wanted to share you this good news..See..I broke my promise for you! haha


WHAT'S MORE INTERESTING THAN FOODS OFFER?

tomorrow last day! cepat2.. Menu = yong tau foo and varieties of chinese cuisine. Masakan ala cina memang terbaek!

chup! mula2 masuk tidak perasan pun offer diskaun tu..huh, love surprise!



Well now, let's talk about victory. So, the main reason of coming to Shah Alam was to celebrate my SIL convocation day.

SIL's

It was my first time of visit to UITM campus Shah Alam.. before ni ada juga tapi depan2 pagar saja..

Look at all these photos.. kretip sungguh!

menarik kan!

alysa, our niece

happy eh

muka2 yang menyaksikan kejayaan.. (aku pula; muka joyah!)


me and my SIL

one for the girls, one for the album. harus.
oh congratulations!

Can't wait 'til it's my turn, lamaaaaaaaaa lagiiiiiiiiii !

with MIL

do my eyebrows need a trim now? ok malas


Monday, October 26, 2009

tata for now!

high and low ambulance siren tone..

exam week
T_T


so I will not be updating (as regularly as normally haha)
and I promise myself FB too.. tak dapat 3.0 tak boleh naik sem depan..ngeri ok!
ttfn!

baru blaja ttfn from someone ..gembira nak pakai =P

wait..wish me luck!


good night!


..whenever I need a lullaby, this is it.



lagu ni comel ok!..esp at the beginning of the song and 1:12 lalala..if i like something, i like the details =D

ok Sweet dream~

Friday, October 23, 2009

cute boy don't grow up!

my cousin ajai..the everybody's favorite

we've spent a lot of time together (with my late gama/nenek yg di rindui)..during my after graduate-jobless period =D

Cepat betul dia besar! T_T

his mummy, cum my favo!

Thursday, October 22, 2009

it's hurt when it heals too




if you ever happen to read this, I just want you to know that I miss you

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Korea : Day 5 Palace exploration

Wherever I go, I'll get excited about subways. I think it's cool to play with the map..imagine several branch lines that connect to the subway system heh..It can be tiring, but it's fun!

multi level subway systems

But this time, we jumped a bus up to the Gyeongbokgung palace. Tho we've been told that there's subway station nearby but yup, always choose the cheapest!

There are five grand palaces in Seoul built within the Joseon Dynasty; Changdekgung, Changgyeonggung, Deoksugung, Gyeongbokgung, and Gyeonghuigung. Ok you don't have to be Korean to pronounce this correctly

anyway, 'gung' mean palace. And we went to two of the palaces.

OTW =)

Gyeongbokgung palace is a royal palace located in northern Seoul. First constructed in 1394 and reconstructed in 1867, it was the main and largest palace. "Gyeongbokgung," translates in English as "Palace Greatly Blessed by Heaven."- wiki

like the changing of the guards at the Buchingham Palace, Gyeongbukgung palace have their's two times daily.

Us at Geunjeongmun (Gate) and Yeongjegyo (Bridge), and the beginning of 5 hours palace exploration. No kidding!

wanna add more weight? try this.

Us at the Gyeonghoeru Pavilion, hall used to hold important and special state banquets.

merah!


This palace complex covers huge area, and every building / hall used as special purpose like the the king and queen sleeping and living quarters, a place for the king granted audiences or gave declarations of national importance..,


there's also private library hall, or for executive office.. haa, in case you're wondering how's the decorating style,

Korean or Japanese or Chinese deco that I can't tell apart .. seriously macam yang di Forbidden City, Beijing.

So, photoshoots



sempat juga berkelah2 dalam tu tau..

ok next..

Hyangwonjeong Pavilion - constructed on an artificial island of a lake named Hyangwonji, The name Hyangwonjeong loosely translates as "Pavilion of Far-Reaching Fragrance," while "Chwihyanggyo" translates as "Bridge Intoxicated with Fragrance - wiki

Of everything, this is my favorite spot. So artistic!

wow!

if only =)

Added one hour extra to the National Folk museum nearby. The museum illustrates;
the history of the Korean people from pre-historic times ,
the lifestyle of the Korean people,
and the lifecycle of a Korean from birth to death.


the outdoor exhibition juga ada..rajin!!


runaway train never going back~

tengok..sangat convinient kan? jumpa ni kat subway.


I just curious if we ever had such palace complex? but I know this old Terengganu palace- Pura Tanjung Sabtu.

jom tengok http://www.puratanjungsabtu.com/

Monday, October 19, 2009

Roses..drive me crazy!

Sometimes your dreams just come true.

I've been dreaming for a rose garden my whole life.

Photos taken at Victoria garden (the rose garden), Everland theme park, Seoul. It was his idea for this beautiful shots

Uno

do'

tres

I miss this moment so much,..running here and there, sniffing the roses.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Korea : Day 4 - Korean Demilitarized Zone

DMZ - the Korean Demilitarized Zone, serves as a buffer zone between North and South Korea, or better known as the 'border' , urmm u know about the north-south Korea conflict. Some say, birds can fly and cross the border but not the people.

one of the border spot is Imjingak


this sounds ridiculous but, when I looked again this pic somehow I felt uneasy - why I didn't bother to know who's statue is this

facing the south Korea.. and the north Korea at one time =)

We continued for luncheon at a restaurant in Itaewon City . Do you know that Itae mean 'foreign' . So this place is a place for foreigners!

Look what we found.. tak la, sebenarnya it's Wazwan =D We lunched in here..nyummy la..maybe lapar sebab it was cold and breezy


..and performed solat at a nearby mosque..they constructed the complex like the one in Uzbekistan, also it's the place for Muslim society/group in Korea.

tengah minum teh tarik =P

inside


We continued the day to the famous shopping places, Dong daemun and Myong dong.. me and hubby didn't buy any .. penat takda mood ..

love pink, but not this one.. it doesn't suit with my small frame

at the square

eh tipu je.. ok I bought one tshirt from HRC. ..HRC Seoul is closing down..macam tak percaya kan

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

today

I'm battling with assignments now, presentations are nearly every day (for this two weeks) and of course final exams are approaching,

but I love my course, I should have done this for my degree.. tambahan pula, when my course is (finally) funded! alhamdulillah..

broken windscreen


Today is my mum's convocation day..congratulations mak, we're proud of you..


Thursday, October 8, 2009

Korea : Day 3 National Museum of Korea and the Folk Village


This time around, hubby finally had a chance to join a tour. And this one called Cultural Tour =D

It was our last day in Incheon (before headed to Seoul) , the cultural tour was meant to be in Seoul and it took us almost 2 hours by bus.. So it was like Incheon - Seoul - Incheon..

So excuse my complaints : dah la luggage hilang, itinerary pun pelik2 =

Anyway,

Welcome to the National Museum of Korea!

besar tak besar la kan

To design this building, the Korean government held an international competition open to architects around the world to submit a proposal for the new building. There were over 854 entries from 59 countries. The winning design was inspired by the idea of a traditional Korean fortress - wiki

Memang besar dan mengujakan, but sayangnya we didn't have much time to cover all areas =(

The Stele for Buddhist Preceptor Wollang - records the life of Buddhist preceptor named Wollang (816 - 883)

Buddhist stone ..stone isn't? or carve? my bad, I'm not sure the appropriate word. Or maybe I'm thinking of stupas, sculpture? why do I care so much?

Do you notice that every Buddhist stone sculptures are different? lain tau muka diorang.. round eyes, sepet eyes..heh, I just noticed!

the golden crown, must cause a potential headache

very cute toothbrush holder!

ok bye bye museum

ahn nyeong ha se yo!

We continued to the Namsan Hanok village, reproduction of a Korean Folk Village. The village is composed of a traditional Korean garden and five traditional Korean houses from the Choson Dynasty.


There is also a cultural crafts shop

at a corner


she was chasing her sister / friend, tapi sempat lagi bagi special pose

Wrapped up the day with dinner at the Evergreen, the Indian cuisine.. sambil tengok konsert MJ lagi =D

oh ya, in case you are wondering ..

petrol station

tollgate

Friday, October 30, 2009

makan separuh harga di Shah Alam

Ok, fine I broke my promise! Exam isn't over yet, but hey a battler needs some break sometimes.

I THINK I have new pictures every time I went out. It's some kind of pleasure to scroll through the pictures again btw. And I was, in doing so, wanted to share you this good news..See..I broke my promise for you! haha


WHAT'S MORE INTERESTING THAN FOODS OFFER?

tomorrow last day! cepat2.. Menu = yong tau foo and varieties of chinese cuisine. Masakan ala cina memang terbaek!

chup! mula2 masuk tidak perasan pun offer diskaun tu..huh, love surprise!



Well now, let's talk about victory. So, the main reason of coming to Shah Alam was to celebrate my SIL convocation day.

SIL's

It was my first time of visit to UITM campus Shah Alam.. before ni ada juga tapi depan2 pagar saja..

Look at all these photos.. kretip sungguh!

menarik kan!

alysa, our niece

happy eh

muka2 yang menyaksikan kejayaan.. (aku pula; muka joyah!)


me and my SIL

one for the girls, one for the album. harus.
oh congratulations!

Can't wait 'til it's my turn, lamaaaaaaaaa lagiiiiiiiiii !

with MIL

do my eyebrows need a trim now? ok malas


Monday, October 26, 2009

tata for now!

high and low ambulance siren tone..

exam week
T_T


so I will not be updating (as regularly as normally haha)
and I promise myself FB too.. tak dapat 3.0 tak boleh naik sem depan..ngeri ok!
ttfn!

baru blaja ttfn from someone ..gembira nak pakai =P

wait..wish me luck!


good night!


..whenever I need a lullaby, this is it.



lagu ni comel ok!..esp at the beginning of the song and 1:12 lalala..if i like something, i like the details =D

ok Sweet dream~

Friday, October 23, 2009

cute boy don't grow up!

my cousin ajai..the everybody's favorite

we've spent a lot of time together (with my late gama/nenek yg di rindui)..during my after graduate-jobless period =D

Cepat betul dia besar! T_T

his mummy, cum my favo!

Thursday, October 22, 2009

it's hurt when it heals too




if you ever happen to read this, I just want you to know that I miss you

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Korea : Day 5 Palace exploration

Wherever I go, I'll get excited about subways. I think it's cool to play with the map..imagine several branch lines that connect to the subway system heh..It can be tiring, but it's fun!

multi level subway systems

But this time, we jumped a bus up to the Gyeongbokgung palace. Tho we've been told that there's subway station nearby but yup, always choose the cheapest!

There are five grand palaces in Seoul built within the Joseon Dynasty; Changdekgung, Changgyeonggung, Deoksugung, Gyeongbokgung, and Gyeonghuigung. Ok you don't have to be Korean to pronounce this correctly

anyway, 'gung' mean palace. And we went to two of the palaces.

OTW =)

Gyeongbokgung palace is a royal palace located in northern Seoul. First constructed in 1394 and reconstructed in 1867, it was the main and largest palace. "Gyeongbokgung," translates in English as "Palace Greatly Blessed by Heaven."- wiki

like the changing of the guards at the Buchingham Palace, Gyeongbukgung palace have their's two times daily.

Us at Geunjeongmun (Gate) and Yeongjegyo (Bridge), and the beginning of 5 hours palace exploration. No kidding!

wanna add more weight? try this.

Us at the Gyeonghoeru Pavilion, hall used to hold important and special state banquets.

merah!


This palace complex covers huge area, and every building / hall used as special purpose like the the king and queen sleeping and living quarters, a place for the king granted audiences or gave declarations of national importance..,


there's also private library hall, or for executive office.. haa, in case you're wondering how's the decorating style,

Korean or Japanese or Chinese deco that I can't tell apart .. seriously macam yang di Forbidden City, Beijing.

So, photoshoots



sempat juga berkelah2 dalam tu tau..

ok next..

Hyangwonjeong Pavilion - constructed on an artificial island of a lake named Hyangwonji, The name Hyangwonjeong loosely translates as "Pavilion of Far-Reaching Fragrance," while "Chwihyanggyo" translates as "Bridge Intoxicated with Fragrance - wiki

Of everything, this is my favorite spot. So artistic!

wow!

if only =)

Added one hour extra to the National Folk museum nearby. The museum illustrates;
the history of the Korean people from pre-historic times ,
the lifestyle of the Korean people,
and the lifecycle of a Korean from birth to death.


the outdoor exhibition juga ada..rajin!!


runaway train never going back~

tengok..sangat convinient kan? jumpa ni kat subway.


I just curious if we ever had such palace complex? but I know this old Terengganu palace- Pura Tanjung Sabtu.

jom tengok http://www.puratanjungsabtu.com/

Monday, October 19, 2009

Roses..drive me crazy!

Sometimes your dreams just come true.

I've been dreaming for a rose garden my whole life.

Photos taken at Victoria garden (the rose garden), Everland theme park, Seoul. It was his idea for this beautiful shots

Uno

do'

tres

I miss this moment so much,..running here and there, sniffing the roses.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Korea : Day 4 - Korean Demilitarized Zone

DMZ - the Korean Demilitarized Zone, serves as a buffer zone between North and South Korea, or better known as the 'border' , urmm u know about the north-south Korea conflict. Some say, birds can fly and cross the border but not the people.

one of the border spot is Imjingak


this sounds ridiculous but, when I looked again this pic somehow I felt uneasy - why I didn't bother to know who's statue is this

facing the south Korea.. and the north Korea at one time =)

We continued for luncheon at a restaurant in Itaewon City . Do you know that Itae mean 'foreign' . So this place is a place for foreigners!

Look what we found.. tak la, sebenarnya it's Wazwan =D We lunched in here..nyummy la..maybe lapar sebab it was cold and breezy


..and performed solat at a nearby mosque..they constructed the complex like the one in Uzbekistan, also it's the place for Muslim society/group in Korea.

tengah minum teh tarik =P

inside


We continued the day to the famous shopping places, Dong daemun and Myong dong.. me and hubby didn't buy any .. penat takda mood ..

love pink, but not this one.. it doesn't suit with my small frame

at the square

eh tipu je.. ok I bought one tshirt from HRC. ..HRC Seoul is closing down..macam tak percaya kan

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

today

I'm battling with assignments now, presentations are nearly every day (for this two weeks) and of course final exams are approaching,

but I love my course, I should have done this for my degree.. tambahan pula, when my course is (finally) funded! alhamdulillah..

broken windscreen


Today is my mum's convocation day..congratulations mak, we're proud of you..


Thursday, October 8, 2009

Korea : Day 3 National Museum of Korea and the Folk Village


This time around, hubby finally had a chance to join a tour. And this one called Cultural Tour =D

It was our last day in Incheon (before headed to Seoul) , the cultural tour was meant to be in Seoul and it took us almost 2 hours by bus.. So it was like Incheon - Seoul - Incheon..

So excuse my complaints : dah la luggage hilang, itinerary pun pelik2 =

Anyway,

Welcome to the National Museum of Korea!

besar tak besar la kan

To design this building, the Korean government held an international competition open to architects around the world to submit a proposal for the new building. There were over 854 entries from 59 countries. The winning design was inspired by the idea of a traditional Korean fortress - wiki

Memang besar dan mengujakan, but sayangnya we didn't have much time to cover all areas =(

The Stele for Buddhist Preceptor Wollang - records the life of Buddhist preceptor named Wollang (816 - 883)

Buddhist stone ..stone isn't? or carve? my bad, I'm not sure the appropriate word. Or maybe I'm thinking of stupas, sculpture? why do I care so much?

Do you notice that every Buddhist stone sculptures are different? lain tau muka diorang.. round eyes, sepet eyes..heh, I just noticed!

the golden crown, must cause a potential headache

very cute toothbrush holder!

ok bye bye museum

ahn nyeong ha se yo!

We continued to the Namsan Hanok village, reproduction of a Korean Folk Village. The village is composed of a traditional Korean garden and five traditional Korean houses from the Choson Dynasty.


There is also a cultural crafts shop

at a corner


she was chasing her sister / friend, tapi sempat lagi bagi special pose

Wrapped up the day with dinner at the Evergreen, the Indian cuisine.. sambil tengok konsert MJ lagi =D

oh ya, in case you are wondering ..

petrol station

tollgate