How's you all been doing? Miz you all! and the usual blogwalking :)
I will just summarize about my 2 nights' trip to KK with my girls and my grandson Alif... or else you'd all will get bored reading and reading :p
Surprisingly Alif did well for his first trip on a plane. Though at first he clung to his mom's dress when he heard the loud noise the plane engine made when we wanted to board the plane, once seated nearest to the window inside he was all excited and noisy chattering in his language about the plane's wings and when it started to move. The return trip was even easier, he just boarded the plane as if getting inside our car at home :)
When tired he slept like a log
My girls enjoyed themselves
Walking and walking and walking
The hotel was comfortable...with this breathtaking view from the window
We went to 1 Borneo, just in time to catch this beautiful peacock? handmade with these colorful rice as Diwali was just a few days' away
Food was not difficult or expensive to find in KK but only if you know where to eat (that I found out).
We didn't really like the food the hotel Cafeteria has to offer so we prefer eating outside. One of the eating places that we went to eat was our favorite 'Bakso' .
Eating Beef Bakso at the Night Market (Aya & Noormy)
Only for RM3 per bowl! (Can you see the price? you may enlarge by clicking on this pic)
Bakso Perut, also for RM3 per bowl only
Have you ever eaten these while in KK? You should try it, they are delicious! Ate them with hot cili padi :p
Alif can't eat those so we brought him his own food and drink
One late afternoon I was craving to eat rice so we tried this new Cafeteria at 'Center Point Sabah'. We were already there in the building so we just went looking for a good eating place and met this 'Super Faezah Cafeteria'.
Super Faezah Cafeteria. It sure looked good with all the food and I was hungry and wanted to eat 'Nasi Campur'
After filling our stomachs with these....
Noormy's Plate of Nasi Campur
I got the shock of my life when I saw the bill afterwards!
RM10 for Noormy's plate?? OMG, all my life I have not encountered a plate of 'Nasi Campur' that cost that much!
My plate was RM7, so was Aya's plate and Zu's cost RM6.50.
I vowed never to go back to that cafeteria again
Then we 'found' this 'Restoran Annajah' behind our hotel area. Here the food were good and worth it.
Each for only RM4.50...
Nasi Pattaya ( I can hardly see the rice underneath it :)
Nasi Goreng with 'Telor Mata Lembu'
At a different shop, Aya & Noormy like this Japanese food called 'Japan Boat Takoyaki' (Fishballs with Cheese)
Our favorites, young coconut drinks!
Our last hour before checking out of the hotel, we let Alif sleep so he wouldn't be too tired later on.
This trip has been a different experience for me because Alif came along with us and I have all my 3 girls with me.
With Alif, our walks and window shopping were slowed down a bit. He refused to let his mom (Zu) bathed him. Only Noormy can coaxed him into going in the hotel shower room to take his bath.
Yet overall he has been behaving so well.
This is hardly the short summary that I promised earlier on eh? :)
Mak isah need to crash in bed now, hoping I can visit your blogs (which I had miz so much!) after a few hours sleep k :)
Have a wonderful Tuesday!
Have a wonderful Tuesday!