Showing posts from June, 2012

Goodbye Eastern Europe

Goodbye Europe!


In Prague..
 Hradcany Castle

 St Vitus Cathedral

 Wencesias Square

 Astronomical Clock

Charles bridge

To Prague

Embark on a brewery tour of Pilsner Urquell.

Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.

To Olomous Czech


Holy Trinity Column - the second largest historical square

Town Hall

To Krakow Poland

Old Town

 Cloth Hall

Wawel Hill

 Wawel Hill Cathedral

 Jagiellonian University

Wieliczka Salt Mine

To Slovakia

A gentle drive south today into Slovakia - featuring natural landscapes, mountains, caves, medieval castles and towns, folk architecture, spas and ski resorts.

To Budapest Hungary

Budapest - the sign of Buda and Pest..
...formerly separate towns across the Danube

Citadel Hill 

Fisherman's Bastion

Hero's Square


Matthias Church

Royal castle

To Vienna Austria

Vienna city tour:  


St Stephen

State Apartments of Schonbrunn Palace One of the most important cultural monuments in Austria.

Town Hall

To Graz

The capital of Styria. A short walking tour through the old center of Graz at Ljubljana.

To Ljubljana Slovenia

To Ljubljana..


 furnicular ride to the top of Ljubljana Castle

 Nasional Museum of Slovenia

Postojna Caves

To Salzburg Austria

Proceed to Salzburg - the musical city of the Mozart's birth.


Lake Bled

To Munich Germany

Fly Emirates to Dubai..

Then to Munich - the third largest city in Germany, located on the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps.
 BMW Welt



I have been to Western Europe last June with my sister-in-law and her daughter. This year we planned to go to Japan but it didn't materialize. So I have a change of plan. I want to visit Eastern Europe. This time my sister-in-law is not keen. I need to take someone with me and the most appropriate person would be my mum.
Europe tour is rather expensive. Last year I just paid for myself. This time I have to pay for my mum too. Luckily my husband sponsored half for my mum. The tour is RM10K each.
I will bring along some euro..
Can't wait for the long holidays..

It's Father's Day!

Life Lessons

You may have thought I didn't see,
Or that I hadn't heard,
Life lessons that you taught to me,
But I got every word.Perhaps you thought I missed it all,
And that we'd grow apart,
But Dad, I picked up everything,
It's written on my heart.Without you, Dad, I wouldn't be
The woman I am today;
You built a strong foundation
No one can take away.I've grown up with your values,
And I'm very glad I did;
So here's to you, dear father,
From your forever grateful kid.By Joanna Fuchs

Happy Father's Day

I just bought a roll of Oreo, shared the biscuits with my staff and ready to join in the contest..

 I just need the barcode and write a slogan..Hope to win something.

This video makes me smile..It should bring a smile to you too...
Happy Father's Day to all fathers..

Assam Curry Fish

I love assam curry fish and I usually would buy it. My mum can cook well too. But I didn't make the effort to learn it. However, this morning, I wanted to try cooking it but it would be very simple...
 I got the Baba's curry powder and the assam jawa ready.

 Stirr-fried the sliced big onions and the chopped garlic.

 Poured in the curry powder paste and the assam jawa juice. Added a pinch of salt and some sugar.

 Added the fish and simmered them.

Lastly, served it with rice..


Those days I used to do stretching when I was at the gym. Sometimes I did it in the park too. But I haven't done any stretching at the park or gym ever since I started helping at my husband's shop.
Well, last week I had the urge to try those equipments at the park. I just did on two of them..
It was a hot morning..I just jogged a bit..

and when I reached this junction, I had to go for my favorite equipment..

 I used to be able to do a quick ten but this time I couldn't reach that..

Next, I tried this push-up equipment. It's much easier.

It was a good sweat-out..I would love to do it again..