Last week, I went to meet up with my old old old friends. Erm, not to say that they are old but it is that we have known each other since primary 1 or 2. If you can count, that would be about 15 years of friendship. Almost 1/3 of my life was with them. Hope you guys dun get bored of me. =)
Actually we meet up from time to time. But last week Brian came back from god-knows-where (I always thought that you are in Hawaii/Philippines). Mana tau, you told me you were in Hong Kong.
Hawaii /Philippines / Hong Kong people really can eat. Dude, you can finish a half chicken meal with 3 sidelines along with the muffins. :D
Oh, forgot to say, we makan at Kenny Rogers in Mid Valley.
This is what I have ordered. Quarter black pepper chicken with potato cubes, mashed potato and fruit salad.
We had a good chat.
Lastly, a group photo without me. :)
From left: Ban Choon (Joing Malaysian Royal Army now), Brian (going back to Hawaii in August) , Eunice (Hot chick lawyer-to-be), Chan (Doing networking in TPM).
At the end, another group photo with Brian's camera.
Oppss, a cute chick just walked passed. Can't help it. :D
After having laksa, we went to the Kek Lok Si Temple. It is actually walking distance from the laksa stall.
Walking or rather climbing the stairs is way more fun then driving up the place lo. You get to see stalls selling various stuff like clothes and most importantly you get to feed the little turtle there. Erm, it might not be little la. Some quite huge also.
Kek Lok Si temple is a huge place. You get to pai pai (pray) and its an amazing place to visit. The details on the walls are just so detailed. LoL, what am I talking. Aiyah, you all know la.
Now, you can even take the incline stairs to the bronze kuan yin statue. Just pay RM4. The money goes into the building fun of the temple too. So, why not la.
The view up there is just superb but I didn't get many shots cause it starts to drizzle already. Need to protect my baby ok.
That's the end of my Penang post (I hope, I might just find something out of it to blog about).
Zorbing is a BIG, fat, 3 ½ metre huge inflatable ball, round and bouncy, you jump inside it, it rolls and so do you. I haev always wanted to go to zorbing. Now, its here. Its in Malaysia. Its in KL!
There are two different ways to ride in a Zorbing, one involves getting wet and one doesn’t. Water in the hydro Zorbing Ball is to make the surface slippery so you slide rather than rotate with the Zorbing Ball. The Harness experience is designed as a more extreme ride as you are rotating. It involve strapping you inside the Zorbing Ball and water is added in with you. whoa!!
Up till now you all know what I am talking about or not?
See this video first la.
Zorbing is available in Lake Garden, KL.
Rate Per Person
Price: RM30.00(Dry)per ride rate excl. insurance coverage Up to 2 adult/kidsper ride Harness/Hydro
Price: RM40.00(Wet)per ride rate excl. insurance coverage Up to 2 adult/kidsper ride Harness/Wet
Okay, just one more food post before some post on the places that I have visited. Well, go to penang wo, sure go and eat Asam Laksa wan la. Many would agree if I say Penang produces best asam laksa in Malaysia, some say in Singapore or even Thailand. :D
One of the best place to have Asam Laksa is at the Air Itam market. Very near to Kek Lok Si temple.
Most of the time, this kaki lima would be full of people coming from all over Penang, or Malaysia and even Singapore to eat Asam Laksa.
The main secret lies within the soup. Well, I dunno what is the secret la. It just taste so good. I pay and makan only.
Its truly Asam Laksa at its best. Only RM2.30 leh. Where else you can find leh??! :D