Monday, June 29, 2009

Little Celebration @ Little Genting

Ashviqha's Posting:

About few months back, Mommy was telling me about this very scenic place called Look Out Point a.k.a Little Genting near Pandan Indah. You can actually see the whole of KL there while enjoying your meal. Mommy says that the view from this place is similar to the view from KL Tower. Am not very sure because I’ve never been to the KL Tower.

So Mommy, Levinkha and I decided to bring PaPa there to celebrate belated Father’s Day on 27th June. We kept it as a surprise but knowing Mommy with her poor routes and direction we had to tell him earlier so that PaPa could drive the car. We reached there at about 7.30pm and the place was packed with cars.

The first thing we did was to fill up our stomach. There were 3 restaurants for us to choose and we ended up in Bread & Olives Cafe. The restaurant was cozy but the food was so lousy. Mommy was complaining with the lamb chop, was cold and hard!! Less complaint from PaPa with his Chicken Briyani.

After dinner, I gave PaPa a special gift which I bought the day before. After a long chat with Mommy, I realized PaPa’s age is catching up and he needed some Anti Ageing product to keep him young forever…..Settled with Olay Total Effect 7 in 1 product. Mommy was saying that it does miracle…let’s see how miracle it can be!!

Later we headed to the observation tower (Menara Tinjau) which is located a few minutes walk away from the CafĂ©. The observation tower is a 3 storey wooden tower at the edge of the hill. The view of KL City was awesome from this tower. Mmm I just love it. For those who have never been there, I guess this place is worth going and I’m happy PaPa loves the place too.

This is how you get to this place:

1.Exit the MRR2 at Pandan Indah Interchange.
2.Go straight until the T-Junction. Esso will be on your left. Turn right at the traffic light.
3.Take a left at the next traffic light
4.Take another left at the traffic light beside Puteri Plaza.
5.Turn right at the traffic light junction to Ulu Langat/Kajang. (Please take note on this, you might missed the sign board, it’s few km before Carrefour)
6.From this traffic light the road is winding for about 3 km.
7.Look out for the sign board “Menara Tinjau”.
8.Will come across a food court on the right with carpark. Turn in and drive up the hill to the LookOut Point Restaurant

Scenic view from the tower. Awesome!! (PaPa seriously need to change his camera!!)

Looks good in the photo..but definetely not in reality!

Chicken Briyani was not too bad...

The happy family
A small gift from Levinkha n Me

A card and Anti Ageing Cream. Wow! What a beautiful handwriting...I'm not bragging but...mmm really beautiful!!

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Hot! Hot!

Levinkha's Posting:

I wonder why the weather is just too hot? With yucky sweat ..i hate it! …being ‘shirtless’ is the best way to keep myself ventilated…LOL:)

I hate diapers because it makes the situation worst. So I still stick with my traditional diapers, cotton napkins. To Mommies out there…always consider cotton napkins as this will keep your babies bottom rash free.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Tying the Knot

Ashviqha's Posting:

It was 9.45am and we were all geared up to go for Aunty Irfana's wedding today. This was the first Indian Muslim wedding that I attended. It was very colorful and cheerful environment with the ladies were all dressed up in beautiful sarees and heavy jewelleries (few kilos each I guess). Jasmine flowers were also used to decorate their hair just like in the Hindu weddings. Mmm..i got some flowers to put on my hair too. Mommy knows how crazy I am for jasmine flowers!!

Aunty Irfana is Mommy's friend. In fact Mommy used to give her home tuition about 8 years back and since then they became good friends. She was draped in Creamy Pinkish saree with mehendi on her hands and paired with her groom Uncle Ali in a clean sophisticated black suit. Wow! He had his Jasmine Garland ...that’s similar to the Hindu weddings as well.

We left a bit early because Mommy had another appointment. We decided to have some heavy lunch in Sugumaran restaurant in SS14. It’s been a long time since I ate ‘Tairu’ (Yogurt). Since PaPa left to Russia I hardly get the chance to eat Tairu..because Mommy is not a ‘Tairu’ person!!

As a summary of wedding + heavy lunch….i was ZERO active today. Haha…

The Bride & Groom's bedroom was beautifully decorated

Happy Father's Day

Ashviqha's Posting:

'Any man can be a Father, but it takes a special person to be called Dad'

Happy Father's Day...We love you PaPa.
Mommy says that PaPa deserves a gift from us. Let's see what we can get for him before he comes back next week. Belated celebration is definetely on the agenda!

Last Friday, there was Father's Day Coloring Competition in my school. I won the competition. Who says I'm no good in coloring? Only at times i can go wrong in choosing the suitable colors for the skin and hair!! But this time it was a good job done.
The winner! I'm soooo proud of myself...LOL:)
The winners received coloring book and stationaries.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Back to Reality...

Ashviqha's Posting:

2 weeks of fun and excitement and now back to reality. Back to school with hectic KL lifestyle. Levinkha and me really miss Ipoh! Not forgetting our good friends there; Thanisha, Harikesh and Ashwini Akka. Time flies...

The fun part is NO books, MORE ice cream and FREQUENT swimming! These are the things we love to do but basically banned by Mommy a.k.a Home Minister.
I tried Cendol for the first time...was so yummmmmyyyy! Bought new pair of shoes. Learn to read Tamil. Put up in Harikesh Anna's house...well this is my first time putting up in someone's house without Papa and Mommy. Bravo I did it!

Eventhough I'm back to reality, but I'm still happy coz Papa will be back in two weeks time. Mmmmm...Levinkha has started her countdown too. I better start listing out the things that i want to do...for 4 weekends. PaPa told me that he's going back to Russia later in August.