What can I say? I just love nice cars. This one was parked in front of our car. Toyota Harrier. Can you see my name is all over it? ;) One day, I'm going to have this one. My son promised to buy me one. LOL!!!
I love Kimchi. Kimchi is a Korean food. I had this when I took my parents for lunch at Ichi-ban, Sunway Pyramid.
According to wikipedia, Kimchi (pronounced /ˈkɪmtʃɪ/, Korean pronunciation: [kimtɕʰi]), also spelled gimchi, kimchee, or kim chee, is any one of numerous traditional Korean pickled dishes made of vegetables with varied seasonings. Its most common manifestation is the spicy baechu (cabbage) variety. Kimchi is the most common banchan, or side dish. Kimchi is also a common ingredient and combined with other ingredients to make dishes such as kimchi stew (kimchi jjigae) and kimchi fried rice (kimchi bokkeumbap).
Early kimchi was made of cabbage and beef stock only, and in the twelfth century people began to include other spices to create different flavors, such as sweet and sour flavors, and colors such as white and orange. In modern times however, the main spice and source of 'heat' for most Kimchis is a paste made from red chile peppers, a New World vegetable that would not have been found in Korea before European contact with the Americas. Consequently, red chile peppers was not added to Kimchi recipes until sometimes after 1500.
He's not a lollipop eater. But since his sister loves sweets so much... and we bought this lollipop because of her, he got a chance to lay his tongue on it. Apparently, he didn't finish. Like I said, he's not a big fan of sweets. Just took photo of him to remind him one day that once, he tried lolli pop but didn't take to liking it.
There are 3 major races in Malaysia: Malay, Chinese and Indian. And there are in between. Mixed beauties I call them. There are a lot of inter-cultural marriages in Malaysia, resulting to mixed race. Hub's cousin is a mixture of Indian and Chinese being that her father is Indian and her mother is Chinese. Chindians. We call them.
Kids had fun chasing after this butterfly. It's so funny because once the butterfly goes their way, they would run away from it, scared. Took this shot on the side street after picking the kids up from their school at Q-Dees.
We love going to Nando's Restaurant at Subang Parade. I'd usually order quarter chicken with side dishes of rice and fresco salad. But this time, I ordered something different, for a change. Nando's Espitada.
Our houseowners are coming back. They want their house back. Either that or they will buy another house. They prefer corner lot. Since we love their house so much, we want them to buy a corner house fast. LOL. This corner house is for sale. Hopefully they will consider buying.
i am using point and shoot for my images. but i am dreaming of having a good dslr camera in the near future*. all images are mine except otherwise stated. I am also posting some photos I took while on holiday/break outside Subang Jaya. Thus, Subang Jaya and Beyond. Enjoy your stay!
* I just upgraded my camera from Sony Cybershot to Sony A380. So, from June 2010 onwards, all shots will be from my new camera. Cheers!
*July Update - just another upgrade to a Nikon D90