Halo everyone! So sorry for the lack of variety recently, I know I’ve not been uploading my OOTDs or Bobo’s Day with everyone, but I’ve been caught up with work and traveling recently, so it’s been difficult for me to keep my blog up to date!
I was talking with Jo while on the way to work the other day, and I mentioned how nice it would be if we could sleep in and cuddle, hahaha. Jo says we should learn to appreciate the small things in life, like the nice weather, and that made me start thinking about some of the smaller, simpler pleasures in my daily life that I tend to forget about when I am busy working… So, let me list down some of my most dearly missed moments during the work week!
1. Taking out furry boy out for walks in the morning or evenings.
This little boy gets super excited in the mornings ‘cause he knows we will be taking him out, but sometimes we are in such a rush that we only have time to quickly take him out to pee and drag him back home, hahaha. He will refuse to get in the door and have a ‘sit-down’ protest!
Day 2 in Bangkok, we woke up early and took our time to get ready. Dont you just love it when you dont have to rush to get anything done and just relax? The night before we sort of discussed where we should go but this gold fish Audrey was having a hard remembering what’s our plan for the day. Once we were done discussing about our plans for tomorrow, then out of a sudden (before everyone fell alseep) she asked, “So, where are we going tomorrow?” I was like “Aiyo, u really have gold fish memory le, we are going to Chatukchak.” Last time she put her gold fish memory blame on her pregnancy but I honestly think it’s not the pregnancy that caused that lol. What do you think?
A bottle of milk a day keeps tanned skin away =)
PART 2! PART 2! Hehe, I’m back! Here’s part 2 of our Macau trip. Well, continuing from the last post, after having a quick lunch at the Venetian, we hopped onto a free shuttle that took us to City of Dreams. City of Dreams is a large complex, interconnecting a few luxury hotels such as Hard Rock with a theatre and shopping center. This is also where the theater for House of Dancing Water and Taboo! We really wanted to catch a show but we couldn’t find a showtime that matched our schedule… =(
What did everyone do during Raya holidays? JO and I didn’t do much, we just stayed in most of the time and watched TV. We just came back from Macau where we walked too much and also sweated like hell during the trip, so a long weekend is perfect for us to recharge our energy. Since we had no plans at all, we decided to just do whatever we feel like doing on the spot.
I have been craving to have Hokkien noodles at Lot 10 food court the moment I landed in Macau, so I suggested to head to KL for lunch! The traffic was so smooth and roads were empty haha, don’t you just love public holidays?
I ordered a plate of hokkien noodles then Jo had beef noodles! Their noodles was so good that day, not sure why haha. I love it when it doesn’t taste too smoky… Not too pricy also la, a plate of Hokkien noodles at around RM12? Outside stalls also selling around RM7.50, lol.
Right after lunch, we headed to Chatime for bubble tea then headed back to Sg Wang to walk around before leaving.
So, a few months ago Aud, Huiwen and I went to Bangkok for a 4 day 3 nights trip just to get away from our busy lives. Audrey’s busy with breastfeeding fighter, Huiwent busy with her Rocky and Azorias then me busy with my daily 9-5pm job T__T. Bangkok is perfect for us because, their food is yummy, it’s near and it’s affordable!
We stayed in Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel and I have to say this is the best hotel I have ever stayed in in Bangkok! I tend to just choose a cheap hotel during my stays in Bangkok because I spend most of my time out so I dont see the point of staying in an expensive and nice hotel. Since this is a taitai trip and 3 of us will be sharing a room, we decided to go for something little bit more expensive. Well, Renaissance is not really expensive la it was around RM300+/ room, still ok but their service was awesome. They served us cold drinks and towels at the check in counter.