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Hello, I'm Jules.

I'm from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

"Judge me all you want, but keep the verdict to yourself"

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There was a graveyard right in front of me

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We went to our old house yesterday afternoon in Ampang to get my mails. On our way, Oya fell asleep. After taking the mails from my former landlord, we decided to drop by at the nearest Super mart to buy some groceries. Since Oya was asleep, hubby had to do the shopping instead accompanied by Lissa. Ally was asleep too. So I stayed in the car. We parked our car at the parking space right in front of an old graveyard (nobody is buried there anymore I guess). Really in a sorry state, maybe nobody ever came to visit their dead loved ones anymore, maybe because they're dead too by now and buried somewhere else. There's a stagnant green pool right smack in the middle of the graveyard and there were lots of crows. I can't help but to notice there were many 'little' graves. Once upon a time, ages ago there were many grieving parents visiting the graveyard. I can only imagine their despair and sadness having to let go of their little ones, young ones. I recited few verses from the Quran for those who were buried there in the old graveyard and I prayed that Allah would always give His blessings to my family and protect us. Amin.

(ini gambar kitar semula sebab sayang dulu kat ta pernah dapat asotd *sobs..sobs..* tarikh sebenar cerita ini was 22 May 2005)
19th Jun 2006, 05:37   comments (6)

My backyard

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Then (a mini banana plantation) and now (a mini fortress with papaya trees, pandan and daun kari (dunno what to call in English help! hehe) LMAO)

It cost me MYR2,000 to build that wall. I feel more secure sleeping at night now, check out the broken glasses on top of the wall hehe.

Oh btw, that's Oya, trying to drown her barbie.
16th Jun 2006, 09:38   comments (12)


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This escargot recipe is made with snails and mushrooms and butter and garlic.
· 1/4 cup butter, softened
· 1 large clove garlic, crushed and minced
· 12 large mushroom caps
· 2 cans snails, about 24 snails
· 1 to 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
· 1 to 2 tablespoons finely chopped parsley
Combine butter and garlic. Spread half of the butter mixture in the bottom of a shallow baking dish. Place mushroom caps in pan, dotting each equally with remaining butter and garlic mixture. Fill each mushroom cap with 2 snails; sprinkle with a little Parmesan cheese and the parsley.
Broil 5 inches from heat for 5 minutes, or until snails and mushrooms are heated through.
Snails recipe serves 4.
16th Jun 2006, 08:55   comments (12)

Oya and her daddy-0

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At Taka car workshop in Desa Pandan.

We were sending our family car for servicing. There was nothing to do except playing the waiting game LOL.
16th Jun 2006, 08:49   comments (6)

Gold digger

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I ain't calling her a gold digger :P
15th Jun 2006, 09:18   comments (16)

National Park Malaysia - Jungle Trekking

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What we found in the rainforest while trekking to the infamous hanging bridge a.k.a canopy walkway - wild flower and a giant centipede.

National Park Malaysia - Canopy Walkway

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In National Park Malaysia (rainforest reserved), is said to be the longest canopy walkway (hanging bridge) in the world at 45 metres high and 510 metres long.

After about 30 minutes (can't recall anymore) of jungle trekking, we reached the walkway checkpoint. I couldn't believe my eyes when I first saw the walkway, I didn't know it was gonna be that high and long! If we had known, we wouldn't be taking the kids along. There was no turning back so we went ahead: hubby, me, Lissa (who was 8 that time), Ally (5) and Sophia (2).

Sophia was the hardest to handle coz midway on the canopy walkway she refused to walk and asked to be carried instead! That was one hell of experience, my heart nearly stopped beating..there we were on top of a hanging bridge that felt like it's ready to topple over with a crying toddler!

In the end hubby carried her halfway the bridge but when we reached the steps (like in the pic) we managed to coax her to take the steps slowly with hubby holding her hands.

Phew..old pics sure brought out a lot of memories, we were out of touch with the civilised world for 3 days, that was the day when we came home and found out Tsunami has wiped our major populations in Thailand, Indonesia and Sri Lanka, Malaysia were affected too :(

15th Jun 2006, 05:24   comments (6)

Pelicans at the Perdana Lake, Kuala Lumpur

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Am I right? In BM burung Undan kan?

Prof. Madya Rehot a.k.a the walking encylopedia,care to give us the right info?
15th Jun 2006, 03:27   comments (7)