English Home

My friend, Annie took me to her English mum's home. I stayed at that lovely home for just a night.

this is the house
the neighborhood
the English home garden
lovely blossom
Annie's English mum
simply admire these cute flowers
so creative
spacious backyard garden
I adore this basket of colorful flowers..


and this was my humble bedroom for one night
so cozy and comfortable


and such pleasant hospitality too..

Thank you so much, Annie and Brenda!


Comments

  1. Such a nice, comfy home with a nice garden!

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    1. yes, indeed..I love the whole place!

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  2. I love the garden! It's so beautiful~

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    1. Annie's mother plants variety of flowers, and she keeps them so clean and tidy.

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    2. she's Annie's godmum and she loves gardening..

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  3. The whole thing - the house, the sofa, the dressing table, all look so, so English :D

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    1. that's right..so English! I love them!

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  4. I like this type of English house, looks so comfortable and serene.

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    1. Annie's house garden is so lovely. I feel so relax looking at the pictures in this post.

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    2. yes, I felt comfortable staying in one..never before in my life..

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  5. It is so nice to live in house like that, no fence and no tall gate like our houses in Malaysia.

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    1. and one feels so secure even without fences or so..

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  6. wow, how lucky you were to have a chance to stay in an english home..

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    1. yes, thanks to Annie and her godmum..

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  7. and that garden is just magnificent.. so many nice flowers planted..

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    1. there are more which I was so amazed..

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  8. and i would be so nice to have your breakfast al fresco in the garden don't you think?? :)

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    1. oh, I just had breakfast inside the house..

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  9. i wanted to have a garden breakfast when i visit my friend the other time, but too bad the weather wasn't good to do that..

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    1. it was very cold outside actually during this time..

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  10. you are so lucky to have a nice friend like Annie, she has been so hospitable to bring you around.. :)

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    1. yes, and she even took leaves for my sake. She's such a wonderful friend and we had a great time chatting..

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  11. how very quaint....love the house. she really have taste in decoration

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    1. you know, what i like about the house is that it's made of bricks. Over here mostly concrete. Bricks looks nicer. That's why I like the houses in Bandar SG Long

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    2. the garden looks lovely. Must have taken a lot of work to maintain it so well.

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    3. in fact the garden reminds me something out of Enid Blyton story books. execting elves , fairies or brownies dashing to hide behind a flower or a leaf

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    4. yes, English houses are almost lovely to look at and topped up with a perfect garden..

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  12. It looks so cosy and comfortable.....as you said.. wouldnt mind staying more nights! hahaha...

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    1. but I'm afraid it's wouldn't be convenient to stay for more than two days..

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    1. it's very cold outside the house..

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  14. I love English homes, would love to stay in one.

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    1. yes, should try if you have the chance..

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  15. Beautiful English home. I love to stay there one day.

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  16. That's a very nice garden !

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