The Gardens was a high-end mall like no other. If you are fashion conscious or are fascinated with the luxurious lifestyle, or perhaps you might want to pamper yourself, this is the place!
(Okay, I took the images from the Internet since I did not take any pictures there.)
A shop selling T-shirts imported from London caught my eye. The T-shirts were attractive and made of good materials. However, when I flipped the price tag...
Fine. Goodbye T-shirt.
My parents took us to The Robinsons, which was a department selling household goods and clothes. As I told you earlier, it was a high-end hub. As beautiful as the stuffs may seem to be, the prices were equally "beautiful" as well. (Imagine a kitchen knife for RM 150 and a pack of coffee beans for RM83 per kilogram) My mom mused that real chefs will NOT use such stuffs; they will go for the cheap. Noted.
Somehow mum managed to bring some canisters home!
We had Thai food for lunch! :D
|Vietnamese coffee. Gosh, it's super sweet! You have to wait till the coffee stops dripping, then you stir it. The bottom layer is condensed milk.|
|Tom Yam fried rice! Not spicy at all =='''|
BUKIT MERAH TRIP
"Want to drive?"
Dad asked me when I had just barely used the Internet. Learn driving? I gave a big flat YES. My driving skills were nowhere good and I really needed lots of practice!
To Bukit Merah we went. Gosh, the road heading there was winded-like a snake you know. (In Malay, we called it "bagai ular kena palu". ) The slope to the resort was steep (I bet it was like 20 degrees) and by the time we arrived at the resort, I almost fainted.
Just a simple and holiday. The rest was filled with work after work. Homework, materials, blogskin and all. I'm seriously busy to death, yet I still got hooked to going online everyday. Sigh!
I'll be writing a Chinese story soon! A sarcastic story actually about my life and yours.
THE BIG PREVIEW OF WHAT IT WILL BE ABOUT! :D