*heart*

we popped by a state-run orphanage only bout 5 mins away from our hotel, with 2 boxes of toys and clothes worth of donations from colleagues in Singapore. the kids are absolutely gorgeous. you know me and babies- can’t get enough of them!

oh my- i love toddlers, but nothing can beat the newborns. i was allowed to hold onto one, who had just had a bath, a little girl. i seriously didn’t want to let her go. if i could i’d bring her back to singapore, and love her just like my own, i would. hubby wants to adopt- and i think that’s a great idea. we love kids, and why not provide a home for a kid that needs one. he want’s to adopt a mongolian child- something about pink cheeks! lol. i’d settle for Vietnamese, they’re soooo cute and absolutely pretty!

BUT, i want to have my own too- i want to experience pregnancy and childbirth. sigh…its Nov. i’d have been in my 7th month, counting down to the delivery. not too sad really, just a tinge, but ah well, can look forward to a cute niece/nephew to spoil instead! Must spoil the kid rotten! lol.

i want!

look- the eyes, just like my hubby!

*heart*

*heart*

we popped by a state-run orphanage only bout 5 mins away from our hotel, with 2 boxes of toys and clothes worth of donations from colleagues in Singapore. the kids are absolutely gorgeous. you know me and babies- can’t get enough of them!

oh my- i love toddlers, but nothing can beat the newborns. i was allowed to hold onto one, who had just had a bath, a little girl. i seriously didn’t want to let her go. if i could i’d bring her back to singapore, and love her just like my own, i would. hubby wants to adopt- and i think that’s a great idea. we love kids, and why not provide a home for a kid that needs one. he want’s to adopt a mongolian child- something about pink cheeks! lol. i’d settle for Vietnamese, they’re soooo cute and absolutely pretty!

BUT, i want to have my own too- i want to experience pregnancy and childbirth. sigh…its Nov. i’d have been in my 7th month, counting down to the delivery. not too sad really, just a tinge, but ah well, can look forward to a cute niece/nephew to spoil instead! Must spoil the kid rotten! lol.

i want!

look- the eyes, just like my hubby!

*heart*

*heart*

we popped by a state-run orphanage only bout 5 mins away from our hotel, with 2 boxes of toys and clothes worth of donations from colleagues in Singapore. the kids are absolutely gorgeous. you know me and babies- can’t get enough of them!

oh my- i love toddlers, but nothing can beat the newborns. i was allowed to hold onto one, who had just had a bath, a little girl. i seriously didn’t want to let her go. if i could i’d bring her back to singapore, and love her just like my own, i would. hubby wants to adopt- and i think that’s a great idea. we love kids, and why not provide a home for a kid that needs one. he want’s to adopt a mongolian child- something about pink cheeks! lol. i’d settle for Vietnamese, they’re soooo cute and absolutely pretty!

BUT, i want to have my own too- i want to experience pregnancy and childbirth. sigh…its Nov. i’d have been in my 7th month, counting down to the delivery. not too sad really, just a tinge, but ah well, can look forward to a cute niece/nephew to spoil instead! Must spoil the kid rotten! lol.

i want!

look- the eyes, just like my hubby!

*heart*

crazy morning!

woke up.
late.
passport?
in the car.
car?
with hubby.
where was hubby?
coaching.
where?
dunno.
call hubby.
no answer.
call hubby again.
no answer.
time?
should be at the airport in 0.5h.
call hubby again.
shut up lady gaga.
wonder why hubby wastes money paying M1 to play lady gaga when i’m ringing him.
panic.
panic.
panic.
call hubby friend.
toot toot.
panic.
dunno where hubby is coaching.
hyperventilate.
call coaching company.
said hubby maybe coaching at Bishan Stadium.
he not sure.
he don’t know.
F***!
panic.
called imp, say i’ll be late.
breathe.
breathe some more.
think about alternatives.
mobile rings.
hubby calls.
i yell.
click.
10 min later.
*honk*
hubby with passport.
phew.

stop panicking.
got in the cab.
airport here i come.

crazy morning!

woke up.
late.
passport?
in the car.
car?
with hubby.
where was hubby?
coaching.
where?
dunno.
call hubby.
no answer.
call hubby again.
no answer.
time?
should be at the airport in 0.5h.
call hubby again.
shut up lady gaga.
wonder why hubby wastes money paying M1 to play lady gaga when i’m ringing him.
panic.
panic.
panic.
call hubby friend.
toot toot.
panic.
dunno where hubby is coaching.
hyperventilate.
call coaching company.
said hubby maybe coaching at Bishan Stadium.
he not sure.
he don’t know.
F***!
panic.
called imp, say i’ll be late.
breathe.
breathe some more.
think about alternatives.
mobile rings.
hubby calls.
i yell.
click.
10 min later.
*honk*
hubby with passport.
phew.

stop panicking.
got in the cab.
airport here i come.

sudah tutup (already closed)

i did my research before heading out to Langkawi for the weekend- wanting to check out new eateries as Alee is quite adventurous with food. came across a ‘not-to-be-missed’ Thai restaurant ‘Barn Thai’ on the island, which is supposed to be right in the middle of a mangrove swamp. The reviews were really good on yahoo travel, tripadvisor etc.

So should check out right? Being the suaku traveller- OF COURSE mah!

So since the place was quite ulu, i downloaded the map from google maps, which had the point to point directions from our hotel to the restaurant. Alee and i set off at about 5pm, completely starved, and drove for a good 20 minutes towards the north-east side of the island (we were in the south-west).

When we got to that point which google map said the restaurant should be, we found nothing but the Langkawi Eco Park. When i asked a makcik if she knew where this restaurant was, she laughed out loud saying, ‘ Tempat tu dah tutup!’. By this time, i was starved and totally emotional- F*** lah…closed liao!

What to do? 

Drive another 15 min to Kuah Town to a seafood rest i visited before. Luckily the food was still good. Saved the day!

Bamboo Beach Restaurant
Turn left right after the Langkawi Fair Shopping Mall (from Kuah Town towards the Jetty Point),
Up the hill, and then lookout for signboards!

GOOD LUCK!

.

sudah tutup (already closed)

i did my research before heading out to Langkawi for the weekend- wanting to check out new eateries as Alee is quite adventurous with food. came across a ‘not-to-be-missed’ Thai restaurant ‘Barn Thai’ on the island, which is supposed to be right in the middle of a mangrove swamp. The reviews were really good on yahoo travel, tripadvisor etc.

So should check out right? Being the suaku traveller- OF COURSE mah!

So since the place was quite ulu, i downloaded the map from google maps, which had the point to point directions from our hotel to the restaurant. Alee and i set off at about 5pm, completely starved, and drove for a good 20 minutes towards the north-east side of the island (we were in the south-west).

When we got to that point which google map said the restaurant should be, we found nothing but the Langkawi Eco Park. When i asked a makcik if she knew where this restaurant was, she laughed out loud saying, ‘ Tempat tu dah tutup!’. By this time, i was starved and totally emotional- F*** lah…closed liao!

What to do? 

Drive another 15 min to Kuah Town to a seafood rest i visited before. Luckily the food was still good. Saved the day!

Bamboo Beach Restaurant
Turn left right after the Langkawi Fair Shopping Mall (from Kuah Town towards the Jetty Point),
Up the hill, and then lookout for signboards!

GOOD LUCK!

.