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CNY from my end…

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CNY came and went… yesterday was the last day of CNY… hence it’s time for my compilation of what I did during CNY (in other words, I was too lazy to write during the CNY period… now that it’s over, it’s either I do it now, or be gone forever with the wind)…

I started with the ‘Scrumptious Start‘ in the previous posts… will continue here with Day 1 then.

Day 1
Starts with a twist. Was supposed to wake up early to help MIL cook vegetarian dish (1 big pot for the entire day and entire family); however Pea needed me to pat her back to sleep… in other words, I woke up late and didn’t help much. Hubby’s brothers came over at about 10am, and we had our brunch. After that, it was photo taking session, before continuing with the tea ceremony (a tradition whereby the younger ones have to offer tea to the elder ones… in this case my in-laws). We each get ang pows from them after each round of tea.


Nothing much was done during the afternoons, as we had to stay at home and wait for relatives to come and visit my in-laws. Evening though (something different) we went to MV for dinner and ronda-ronda. It was a total feeling from usual, as there weren’t many cars around, and not many people either (coz quite a number of shops were closed).

Day 2
Same thing happened like Day 1. I couldn’t wake up early to help MIL… she single handedly cooked 5 dishes to feed a family of 9 adults and 2 kids.


Pie enjoyed the feast that she gave thumbs-up during the photo taking.


After lunch, we packed our bags into the 1 year old car, and headed straight for the hills, to meet up with my family. One of those rare occasions of Pea going out for holiday. Had an interrupted dinner with the family… Pea couldn’t sit still and for long, hence both hubby and I took turns to eat and take care of her. After that, we went back to the apartment for cake cutting… my grandma’s b’day falls on the 2nd day of CNY (chinese date)… Bought a pandan layered cake, and for the first time, she kept saying the cake is good… she likes it so much coz it’s not sweet… Usually we would buy cakes from Secret Recipe, but she don’t really like them… it’s much too sweet and rich for her taste… luckily this time around, I made the correct choice (thx to someone who reminded me).


Day 3
We stay put at the apartment until dinner time… Dinner was at Imperial Rama (Highland’s Hotel). Food was so so only… however it was a tad expensive. Among all, I liked the chicken best… tastes totally different from KL. However, Pea seemed to be acting up again… we had to take turns to take care of her and Pie.


After dinner, Pie wasn’t feeling too well… So we left early and headed back to the apartment. Pie was totally off… she coughed and coughed the whole night… most of us couldn’t really catch a wink!

Day 4
Cause Pie wasn’t feeling too well, we went back to KL around lunch time, and immediately went straight to our usual clinic. Though she wasn’t familiar with the doctor (our GP wasn’t around), she still managed to whisper out what was wrong with her. The doc was quite a nice chap… even spent the time explaining why was she coughing so badly and esp. at night. Gave her 1 med and 1 drop (Update: after taking the med for about 1+ week, she’s now feeling much better. However, whenever she sneezes, thick mucus will come dripping by).

Day 5
I started work today. Didn’t want to take any days off… had to leave them for holidays and also taking care of kids! Leaves doesn’t come by easily these days…

Day 7
Yan Yat Day (Everyone’s b’day). Bought ‘yee sang’ from Overseas… My mum loves yee sang, and esp. when it is only found during CNY, obviously she would like to eat more and more of it. Eating yee sang on this auspicious day is just heavenly… haha… truthfully speaking, the yee sang is seriously good and value for its money (RM 63 incl. tax). Salmon was fresh and a lot, and (my fav) lots and lots of nuts.

Day 10
Celebrated sis’s b’day early (since it’s the weekend, and her b’day falls on a weekday). We went to SOHO for dinner… I ordered the dishes and I guess my family wasn’t too happy with the choices… actually neither was I. Except for the fish, nothing was that good (anymore). In fact, it was quite expensive for 4 dishes and 1 porridge (hubby was not feeling too well then) – damaged my pocket about RM 200.

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(Wanted to show what the girls were having in their hands. Pie was eating deep fried stuff, which is totally not healthy for her. On the other hand, Pea was enjoying her raw carrot very much. I quickly took the chance to also let Pie eat a carrot stick… telling her that ‘mui mui’ likes it so much. Both Pie and Pea likes to mimic what each other is doing and eating… so good for me, esp. when I want either one of them to do something or something that is supposingly to be good for them).

Day 12
Another rare occasion of having a gathering with the colleagues… esp. when most of them are based at customer’s site now. Managed to gather them around for dinner at La La Chong. Don’t know whether it’s my taste bud that have gone wrong, coz the food wasn’t that good (for my taste). Yee Sang too dry, La La got a lot of sand, Crab a bit too wet, Sotong too rubbery, not the crunchy ones that I like. The only ones that I do enjoy very much is the vege and the soup. Another round of damage to the pocket… however this time around shared the cost with another colleague.

That’s the end of my CNY. CNY to me is just another day… only difference is the art of giving and receiving… Me giving out ang pows and go pai lin… my girls receiving loads of ang pows from friends and relatives.


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February 23, 2008 at 12:56 am

Scrumptious Start

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Paper, Flower Sticker & Tag: Mary_Cherries
Brackets: RockSkyEP

It’s Chinese New Year tomorrow… the starting Year of the Rat. My family started the celebration with a big lunch at my grandma’s place… she single handedly cooked the yummy delicious food you see above (from top to right: Fragrant Oil Prawn, Mixed Vegetables, Chicken in Red Wine, Home-made Fried Fish Balls, Celery with Prawns & Vegetarian Duck with Taufu).

I guess all would have gone back to their hometown, preparing for CNY eve’s dinner with the whole family, getting new dresses out for the big day… Here’s wishing all Chinese readers … Gong Xi Fa Cai!

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February 6, 2008 at 3:36 pm

Work cum Holiday @ Singapore (cont.)

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Hehe… When I wrote the previous post, I was using my hubby’s machine… all my pix are in my own notebook, hence no pix could be attached.

Here are some, based on the pro’s photographer’s recommendation:
View opp. Esplanade

View of Merlion

View of Clarke Quay

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November 7, 2007 at 2:34 pm

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Work cum Holiday @ Singapore

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The following week from Hong Kong, I had to go to Singapore for a technical conference with a colleague. The conference lasted for 4 days, but since we’ve got relatives in Singapore, we decided to extend till Sunday (Hari Raya’s 2nd day).

Conference usually starts early in the morning, hence we were in Singapore the evening b4 – which meant we were not in the office for one whole week. In total for me, that meant I was not in the office for 12 days (2D for Aussie, 5D for HK & 5D for S’pore). Hmm… come to think of it, it’s not a lot. Should have gone further / more days. Haha… ppl will start killing for that then, esp. when it was the peak of the super peak season!

Singapore, oh well, what can I say ? Lots! For one, I don’t stay in any posh hotels; usually bunk in at my aunt’s place in Choa Chu Kang (CCK). This time around, got to stay in a 5-star hotel (Pan Pac)… it’s 5-star right ? Secondly, this means it’s at the heart of the shopping area… with Marina Square, Suntec City Mall, Millenia Walk & City Link Mall… it was a shopper’s paradise. C, my first photography session with a pro – hehehe (for moi, whoever can teach me good stuffs, of course pro lar) – who thought me how to take good pix at night, esp. with water surroundings. IV, never did realized that S’pore is that big; ok it’s definitely not as big as KL, but taking an hour in the MRT is definitely the longest thing that I’ve ever done here. Or it’s just that with the many stops, it makes times goes by slowly…

In a way, with all the shopping complexes around, for a 100% shopper, it’s never enough. For me, 1 is enough to cover all. Oh, I do enjoy shopping, when I need to buy something, or when I see something I like and just couldn’t resist. But I’m not the type who can shop and shop and shop till you drop. I’ve tried 6 hrs of shopping, but it’s not a daily thing that I would want to do. Hence, I only go to the shopping complexes for food and window-shop, but more importantly, for books. Moi cannot don’t have books to read… I’ll die without it!

The 4 days session was a fruitful one, banging my head with SOA from left to right, up to down; stuffing myself with the food they serve… wasn’t that great, just that everyday they would serve different variety… but I do like their uniqueness and creativity in some of the food, esp. those yummy desserts. Off hand and at this ungodly hour, couldn’t remember them… need to refer to my colleague later in the morning.

Most nights, was alone in the hotel room, which was ok with me, as I got to catch up with my tv-watching. Had a marathon of 5 – 6 hours to watch some TV series between 2 days. Wed night, I went back to CCK, as my family came down… hence got to play with Pie. She was excited to see me, but sad to see me go back to the hotel. Couldn’t help but asked me “How ’bout you stay here with me tonight ?” Looking at the way she asked, my heart also melted away, and wanted to just jumped onto the bed with her… but then thinking of the 1-hour journey back to Suntec City the next morning in the wee hours didn’t tempt me at all. We also had great times video conferencing back to KL, talking to my hubby and Pea, whom was just looking at the microphone the entire time. There was this one time she saw me through the monitor and started crying for me… poor lil’ thing, missed me so much (haha… perasan).

Thursday night, we had dinner that was held by the conference organizer at a nearby another posh hotel. After dinner, was supposed to be back early to pack, as the next day we were supposed to check out, but my colleague had other plans. She wanted to go to the Esplanade and Clarke Quay – to see the Dance Festival and Octoberfest. Via bus “11”, we reached Makansutra 10 minutes later. Music was on the roll, instructors shouting the dance steps and people dancing away. Neh, didn’t take any photos, knowingly it will never turn out right. Just enjoyed the music… tempted to follow the steps, but then, not in public man. Found a spot to take numerous of photos of the bay – attempted to take the Merlion nearer, but pix turned out blurry.

Via bus “11” again, Clarke Quay was our next stop. Entrusting my legs to my colleague, we set off … and got lost in Singapore. Haha 🙂 It was supposingly to be a nearby stop… about 15 mins away from Marina Bay, but we didn’t go to the correct road, hence walking further and further away, until after stopping 4 people for directions, we ended taking the MRT there. View at Clarke Quay was also amazing – different colours of lights glittering in the water. There’s this bungy ride called G-Max – a nerve wrecking, heart stopping experience for me (even from the ground, not even stepping and experience the ride yet). It’s actually a ride whereby people sitting inside the capsule will be thrown in the air (literally) tied to 2 towers… imagine playing a yo-yo, but this time it’s much bigger and much higher in the air… and you’ll be hanging in the air for ages (which I think it’s actually a minute or less)… If you’re those who are up to the challenge, like adrenaline activities, then you should try this one…

After an adrenaline rush (from down below), we headed back to the hotel. It was past midnight, and we had a long walk back (almost 1/4 the time it took us there), taking in the silent night of Singapore. Legs were killing me, body was tired… but couldn’t sleep at all that night (or rather morning). By the time I had my shut eye, it was close to 3, and for the first time that week, I was too lazy to wake up in the morning. * yawn * No mood to even attend the conference, quite tempted to just skip the class.

After lasting 4 days session, enough was enough… the conference ended, brain full of SOA – which is now 70% given back to them. It was time to go back to my daughter 🙂 She’s definitely in high spirits seeing me, keep telling me she got new friends during play time and swimming time. My aunt was telling her “I stay here for few years also never make new friends, you are here just for 3 days only already got so many friends”. Haha… Pie’s friends are like hi and bye kind of thing. Like she’s going to keep in touch with them.

Sat was my aunt’s birthday, so we had early dinner @ Soup Restaurant, Causeway Point (my fav rest in S’pore). Their all-time favourite, Sam Sui Kai, is actually steamed chicken which is tender, served with ginger sauce and lettuce. How to eat it ? Go the Jo’s way – take 1 piece of chicken, put onto the lettuce, put some ginger sauce, wrap the lettuce, and bit into it. You’ll have the crunchiness of the lettuce, the tenderness of the chicken and the gingerness of the ginger sauce – all in that 1 bit. Check out some of the reviews of the restaurant:

Lastly, we bought a cake from Bengawan Solo. Surprisingly, the cake was quite nice… it was Fruit Gateau, which was a vanilla sponge cake with fruits (i.e. peaches, grapes and kiwis) on the top and white choc pieces at the side. The cake was light and the white choc was good. Couldn’t resist 2 pieces myself… haha…

As usual, Pie enjoyed the time most… she went swimming 3 times, imagine just about 1 week stay in Singapore and went 3 times swimming, whereas in KL, we don’t bring her anywhere to swim. Reason ? I guess the pool at my aunt’s condo is much cleaner than the ones in KL.

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November 7, 2007 at 6:16 am

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Sep & Oct = Holidays (Part 2)

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My next destination was Macau & Hong Kong. Saying this, everyone would know that I flew by Air Asia. Yeap… was one of the lucky ones who managed to get not 1, not 2, but 5 free tickets to Macau. Brought my eldest daughter along, as we wanted to bring her to Disneyland. Lucky kid, 3 1/2 years old get to go these kind of places, compared to the Mummy whom went to Paris Disneyland when she was 19 years old.

Our trip started early in the morning, having to catch a 6.3o am flight, we need to be at the airport by 4.30 am, thus everyone had to be ready and in the taxi by 3.30 am. Hahah… guess everyone was quite excited about the trip, even my girl as she was awoken ard 2+ and didn’t catch a wink until on the plane, where she slept about 2 – 3 hrs. After the 4 hrs flight, we were at Macau ground. Not wanting to waste time and after going through “No Customs”, we were out of the airport in 1/2 hours (tell me who can beat this record ?). Father headed to China, whilst the rest of the us head over to Hong Kong. We catched the ferry over to Hong Kong, and got into a cab to our destination – Disney Hollywood Hotel.

After an hour for checking in, we had lunch and rested our body, before heading to Disneyland. With the ‘Stay & Play for 2 days’, we went in that evening to catch the Halloween Parade and Disney in the Stars Fireworks, and again the next morning to roam around. Meals at the hotel is quite expensive, but no choice. It’s either here / Disneyland. But the hotel was very nice, and so is the room. With a two queen size bed, we slept 4 in a room. Sweetie Pie was contented with the Toy Shop as it allowed her to play ‘Restaurant’, and it comes with microwave, cupboards, fridge, oven and washing basin her size.

Disneyland is not too big (for adults), but then not too small for kids either. With 1 Main Street and 3 lands, surprisingly we didn’t get to cover the Adventureland. Spending half a day @ Fantasyland and Tomorrowland, it was too much for a kid to see. Taking the train from Main Street to Fantasyland, we saw Mickey and Minnie heading towards Dumbo the Flying Elephant. After a few pix, I caught hold of Winnie the Pooh at Fantasy Gardens, thus I quickly rushed Pie and Mum over there. With no one around yet, we snapped lots pix with Pooh, Donald Duck, Minnie, Mickey & Pluto. By the time we left, the crowd rushed in. After that, we had fun in the Mad Hatter Tea Cups and then head on to The Golden Mickeys Show. After the show, had lunch, and then walked around the 2 lands. After buzzing through Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters and getting ourselves wet at the UFO Zone, Pie fell asleep in the stroller. Woke her up for the Disney on Parade and headed back to the hotel. Pie was so energetic then that we brought her to the hotel’s playground, and then for a walk around the hotel, and later to the Toy Shop where she played ‘Restaurant’ again. She will go ‘You be the customer, I’ll be the chef’.

After 2 days @ Lantau Island, it’s time we head to Kowloon, spending the next 2 nights @ Stanford hotel. Hotel was definitely not as big and grand as Disney Hollywood, nevertheless it’s clean and we were able to have good night sleep. Lunch at a nearby Taiwanese restaurant… food was not too bad, esp. my Pork Chop bun and Pie’s plateful of rice with minced meat and beancurd (well… she wanted to eat beancurd mar). After lunch, we went around Tung Choi Street (widely known as Ladies Street), which is just 2 streets away from the hotel. That evening, we went to Avenue of Stars, me wanting to see the Symphony of Light, but because it was drizzling and too windy, hubby decided unsafe for the kid, thus we headed inside. As hubby wanted to eat the famous Little Sheep (Mongolian restaurant where it’s famous for hot pot / steam boat), we had yummy durian dessert for tea and McD as pre-dinner.

Dim Sum was on top of our list, thus we had that for breakfast. Found it at Nathan Street, not too good, not too bad… it’s just so-so. Nothing to shout about. The only thing I wanted to shout was that Pie had 2 pieces of ‘Chan Bau’ hehe… she never eat these things in KL. One nice thing I had from the dim sum was their egg tart… smooth to the taste. Never try their fried radish (Chau Ko), as they serve with Peanut butter and tim cheong. Yes… no typo there… peanut butter. Goodness knows for what.

After a hearty meal, we went to Ocean Park, via MTR and bus. Another nothing to shout about… there’s seriously nothing to do here… see fishes in their aquariums (Aquaria is actually better than this), see sharks in their tanks and see 10 years no difference of dolphins and sea lions do their tricks. For Pie, obviously everything is new and exciting, thus enjoying herself a lot.

Spending 3 – 4 hours here, we were too tired to eat our, thus took away Chicken Rice to eat at our own comfort. Rice was a lot… like 2 bowls with lots of meat. But I didn’t like their Char Siew and Siew Yok … saltish big pieces with not crunchy skins. Worst of all, it was white rice with white rice… meaning there was no sauce to go with… how to eat ?

Brekky the next morning was instant noodles, as we had to take the ferry back to Macau to meet up with my Dad. With the China’s national week off rush, we were at the immigration counter for almost 2 hours. *sigh* it’s either you zoomed too fast or you had to suffer the queue. With our stomachs growling, we had not so satisfying ‘Wan Tan Mee’ @ the NOT so clean restaurant at the ferry terminal. Our stay at the New Century hotel was quite good… rooms were bigger than Disney Hollywood with adjoining rooms and super king sized bed.

We went to Macau town for sightseeing, instead of seeing road, I could only see people and people and people everywhere. Climbing up to Ruins of St. Paul’s was tired, but having Portugese Egg Tart freshly out from the oven was heavenly. Too bad didn’t buy a lot of eat… I could have eaten the whole box then! Hehe 🙂 After refreshing ourselves, we went out for dinner at a nearby restaurant for Fried Rice and Wan Tan Mee. Though it’s at a much nicer and cleaner rest. doesn’t mean the noodles is still nice. I didn’t like it at it was not as springy as we usually have. Fried rice was so so lar. After dinner, Dad said we must go to this place… it’s a place not to be missed! Thus, we went to the Venetian Macao. Of course cannot be missed… this place is so so big and so so grand. Totally don’t make you feel that you are at Macau… like you are transported to another place… Venice maybe ? Hehe… truthfully speaking, when I passed by one of the area which is like a town square, for a moment there I thought I was back at Venice’s town square, with canals and gondolas in the middle of the square, small bridges everywhere, old structures and street side entertainment. After walking around the expensive shops and getting ourselves lost inside the hotel, seriously we got lost in such a big place, we headed back to our hotel. It was late and Pie needs to get her rest. More over, we need to pack, as this was our last night in Macau. It’s time to go back to reality and hit the files / tenders again.

It’s bye-bye Macau and Hong Kong, hello Malaysia again! This trip was quite worth it, seeing how much Pie enjoyed herself. Though we didn’t do much shopping, though we were tired, but we were happy, seeing our daughter so contented and telling stories of her encounters over and over and over again. We were telling Pie that in this 1 trip, she has taken various types of transports… aeroplane, ferry, taxi, bus (normal & double decker), MTR & her indispensable stroller.

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November 5, 2007 at 11:00 pm

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Holidays (Part 1) – Pictures

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Pix 1: Sunrise from the plane
Pix 2: First cup of cappuccino @ Cotto
Pix 3: View of Adelaide town
Pix 4: View of Adelaide town


Pix 1: Building @ Glenelg town
Pix 2: Lady boss’s house
Pix 3: Wolf Blass @ winery
Pix 4: Wine Yard @ Wolf Blass


Pix 1: Winery @ Yalumba
Pix 2: Flowers exhibition @ Royal Adelaide Show
Pix 3: Flowers exhibition @ Royal Adelaide Show
Pix 4: Apples exhibition @ Royal Adelaide Show


Pix 1: Bonsai exhibition @ Royal Adelaide Show
Pix 2: Sand sculpture
Pix 3: Mad House – the only ride I had and nerve-wrecking too!
Pix 4: Fun Fair


Pix: Farm animals


Pix 1: Emu chicks
Pix 2: Mt Lofty Summit
Pix 3: View of Adelaide from Mt Lofty Summit
Pix 4: Trekking up to Mt Lofty Summit


Pix 1: Cleland Wildlife Park
Pix 2: Kangaroos @ the Park
Pix 3: Dingoes
Pix 4: Note stating that Koalas are not bears


Pix 1: Up close with Koala
Pix 2: Ducks and herd of ducklings
Pix 3: Seen any kangaroos posing for you ? We did!
Pix 4: My fav. animal – Wombat

Pix 1: Emus
Pix 2: Kangaroo with its joey in the pouch
Pix 3: Kangaroo with its joey drinking milk
Pix 4: Horse tram carriage

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November 5, 2007 at 10:35 pm

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Sep & Oct = Holidays (Part 1)

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Haha… why that title ? It’s because I travelled a lot during these past 2 months. I was handling 2 tenders at that time, it was super duper peak month, was swamped with work – but obviously nothing would stand between me and Adelaide, and me and Hong Kong. No way, jose!

I went to Adelaide on the 2nd week of Sep. Reason being, hubby’s boss asked hubby and colleague to attend the Royal Adelaide Show (yeap… that’s the main reason for going there). Of course once you’re there, you would not spend the entire holidays camping at the show, eventhough there were lots to see and do. We were lucky to have hubby’s immediate boss (lady boss) to be staying there, thus we camped at her house and she was our driver-cum-tour guide the entire time. Once we touched Oz ground, we were swept to the house for a quick wash and then out we went, looking for a place to have brekky. After a cup of quite good cappucino, we were then swept to the office-cum-factory, where hubby and colleague was supposed to have a quick hi to their Aussie counterparts. Quick hi stretched to about 2 – 3 hours of work for hubby, and staring at the wall and outside for me. It was that boring!!! Regretfully for not bringing my book during that time. Luckily time flew fast (yeah right!) and we headed for town.

Surprisingly, town was bigger than Perth (sorry… I really thought Adelaide was that small). We spent about 4 hours there, and was very tired. Thus we head back home to catch up some sleep, and went out for Vietnamese dinner. Later on, we headed to Glenelg, where the wind was very windy and it was seriously cold. Glenelg town is quite different, as it is a town next to the sea.

The next day, we headed out to Barosa Valley for wine tasting. Having the 1st half of the day for this task, we quickly set out and our 1st stop – Wolf Blass. Don’t ask me how did it go… Most of the red wine to me is woody and a bit bitter, whereas white wine is slightly sweeter, though some still have the woody taste. After that, we were supposed to head off to another winery, but as we took the wrong turn, we ended up at Yalumba. Haha… it’s like the Chinese saying, wrong doing got it’s own luck (chor yau chor fook). We ended up buying dozens of bottles of wines between the 4 of us. Why ? Because their wine is quite different from the others (they have fruity taste) that I’ve and they’ve tasted before, esp. their dessert wines. It’s a sweet wine which will leave you wanting for more – something that they’ll recommend to end your wine tasting with 🙂

After an hours drive back to Adelaide (well, I slept while the lady boss drove), we went for the Royal Adelaide Show. It’s nothing to shout about… but something that you’ve got to experience it yourself. It’s a fun fair-games-animal shows-flowers exhibition-exhilirating shows all in 1 ground.

Our 2nd last day was spent at Mt. Lofty where you can see the whole of Adelaide and its suburbs from the top of the mountain.  After that, we spent half the day at Cleland Wildlife Park, where most of the animals are at the open ground and you can feed the hordes of kangaroos and 3 emus, up close and personal with the koala (which by the way it’s not called koala bear… they are that sensitive) and spend some time with the birds and ducks and swans. After a picnic lunch – courtesy of hubby’s boss – we set off to Victor Harbour. We went to Granite Island for the dolphin and whale tour, had a walk at up the Summit, and waited until late evening for the Penguin tour. I find that the Penguin tour was some-what dissappointing, compared to my previous Penguin Tour at Phillip Island, Melbourne. That night, we had Fish and Chips for dinner from this restaurant which claims to be the Best Fish and Chips in South Australia. The verdict ? So so lar… we were hungry and it was slightly cold by the time we reached our destination – hubby’s boss’s beach house. Ha! Beat that… it’s a 2 storey beach house… huge place… got it’s own garage, super big backyard and another one at the front, huge living room and dining room, 3 bed rooms upstairs, and another dunno how many rooms downstairs (we didn’t go down to see), with a huge fish hanging on the wall. Totally forgot to take pix of that fish (duh!). It was our last night at Adelaide, so we drank some wine and chatted until we were laughing in stitches.

Next morning, we had a 11.50 am flight to catch home, thus we rushed back to Adelaide town from the beach house. Overall, it was a good experience in Adelaide. I’ll be back… muahahaha… if I can afford another let-off-everything-trip.

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November 5, 2007 at 8:21 pm

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