Sydney, Australia (14 – 21 May 2018) – Day 4

Day 4 Darling Habour

Irresistible not to share our Malaysia’s Ho Jiak (means nice eat in Hokkien) Malaysian Grill and Nyonya House restaurant in Australia.

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Lost in Chinatown

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Street Art…

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A view to kill…

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Tidal Casket, 1988

 

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Hard Rock Cafe, Sydney

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The Sydney Harbour Bridge

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Taking a break

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Keanu’s favorite oysters

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To be continued…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sydney, Australia (14 – 21 May 2018) – Day 1 & 2

“Since you’re unemployed and I am unemployed, why not visit me in Australia…”

Those were the words that my buddy from primary school; Keanu triggered me to visit him in Kangaroo Land.

14 May: As for starter, I found this pussycat’s car in Aussie…

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15 May: Keanu lived in Ashfield and very near to train station. We took train to city…

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Beautiful clock tower from my view

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The Wishing Well…

I believe because Keanu got a call that day…

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Some mantra before you wish for something… lol

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Saw the yellow signage… I believe your wish is under construction… lol

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Queen Victoria Building bought by Temasek, Singapore to avoid it from being demolished. Well done Kiasu Land!

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Keanu told me every hour the clock with display some show… but I didn’t bother to wait…

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Another clock…

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It looks medieval in grayscale…

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Check out Aussie police super-bike…

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Apple in Aussie…

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Steve Jobs…

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Louis Vuitton building…

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TESLA… Call me sua-ku (mountain turtle) but now I know why people choose Tesla…

Sydney Harbour Bridge and seahorse…

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Sydney Harbour Bridge

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Ice cream for lunch…

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Oil paint effect…

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Matrix was shot in one of the building…

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Mr. Anderson…

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Enjoy the view… East Circular Quay

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Bright Old Sun…

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Sepia…

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Grayscale…

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Some shadow play…

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Opera House (Highlight of the day)…

 

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In Grayscale

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In blue sky…

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In Sepia…

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Blue blue sky…

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Holy Grail…

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Reflection

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Bridge & Opera…

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The shadows of us…

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Bird Cage…

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A very big tree…

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A view to kill…

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Fire in the sky…

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Finally, a beer break at Fortune of war pub and hotel… 1828

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To be continued…

 

 

BORACAY ISLAND, PHILIPPINES (24 OCTOBER 2104) – DAY 6 (Last Day)

Some ritual for a perfect sunrise…IMG_8108aLast sunrise watch in Boracay, going to miss this place…

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Even in picture it looks calm

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When will I see you again?

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Let me let go…

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Feel the blue…

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No word

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STAY

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He creates the masterpiece and we destroy it…

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Thank you for a beautiful holiday…

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Boracay Island, Philippines (19 – 24 October 2104) – Day 1 & 2

Not much on day one as I arrived in the afternoon where 6pm was already dark here.

Landed in Kalibo Airport (4 hours flight from K. Lumpur to Kalibo).

Have to take a cab for about 1 1/2 hours to the Jetty.

Another 15 minutes by ferry to Boracay.

Staying in Station 3 – Hey Jude Resort Hotel.

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The island is divided into three main stations ( 1, 2 and 3).

After check-in, walking to find food…

Andok’s is like Philippine’s KFC nice when it is hot

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Their logo.

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Look who I met in Boracay; Mr. McD

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Drop by Starbucks to get my “must-get-thing”…

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View from breakfast

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Sunrise on 20-Oct-2014

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Sunrise – Fish eye view (Using sport camera)

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The Sun, the sea and the sand…

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Early birds

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Some photo editing to make the view looks blue…

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Enjoying lunch at D’ Talipapa.

You can buy the seafood at the market and get the nearby restaurant (Plato D’ Boracay) to cook it.

Selfie

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Lobster cheese

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Steam corn with cheese powder.

The sweet corn in Malaysia is better.

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Dinner at Yellow Cab Pizza Co.

The Charlie Chai noodles was salty.

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Best Seller – New York Classic Pizza (Nothing Special)

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Conclusion / Tips

*Don’t expect to have a very good food here.

*Things are bit expensive here (A can of coke P40 = RM3.00). Double the price in Malaysia.

*There were plenty of tour guys in front of the hotel waiting to propose day activities for you. Choose wisely, you can ask for best rate!

Destination: Burger Junkyard 30-11-2013

I, myself have been really a burger addict since teen. The best burger I ever tasted was a stall in front of Pudu bus station (Malaysia) about 20 years ago.

Ever since I could not find any other burger like the one in Pudu.

I have searched many place in Malaysia, I have tried Crayon burger in Subang Jaya, I have tried Burgerlabs in Petaling Jaya and I have tried many street burgers.

But the best I have tried so far is this one. Why? Because it is simply made for burger lover like me.

I am not trying to brag or promote this place and I don’t get paid for blogging about them.

Before I forget, let me give you the address first:-

Address: Kota Damansara 16, Jalan PJU 5/20D, The Strand, Petaling Jaya, 47810

You will get a mice with number (waiting for your burger). The waitress was friendly, explaining what is nice in BJ (Burger Junkyard).

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My mice and A&W root beer (No. 10)

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The counter

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The Deco

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Mine called the Vampire Slayer. Why? Because lots of garlic in it!

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Ok, I must admit that I can’t wait to taste my burger..But someone insist of taking this pic first…

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One bite, the juice were flowing down like waterfall.. first time of sensation..

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The sign..

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The look of the restaurant from the outside

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A visit to TKC Herbal Nursery – Anti Cancer Herbs – Pecah Beling (Black Face General) and Belalai Gajah (Sabah Snake Grass) – 28-11-2013

Recently, I found out that my aunt what diagnosis with ovarian cancer (stage 4). Doctor have given her 6 months to live.

My sister have found a Eastern Doctor (Chinese Medicine Doctor) who informed my sister that a herb called “Pecah Beling” (in Malay) could help to fight the cancer.

Another herb called “Sabah Snake Grass” (in Malay) also known to be a fighting agent against cancer but the leaf are to cold for body if consume too much.

Therefore, the doctor asked us to mix both – Pecah Beling and Sabah Snake Grass (SSG).

We did some research and found this place called TKC Herbal Nursery. We met Mr. Khoo, a very friendly guy who explained to us the benefits of herbs and he showed us that people around the world e-mail him are asking about the herbs.

He have his own website – http://www.sabahsnakegrassherb.com

Pecah Beling baby tree

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Sabah Snake Grass baby tree

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SSG packed in plastic tupperware

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Funny looking fruit which can cure illness. It is called Nipple fruit.

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Contact

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Drying SSG

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