Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Saturday, June 27, 2009
This remind me when I was young, I used to be the one who always got 2nd or 3rd hand garments from all my elder sisters. No choice I’m the youngest daughter in the family, I understand why my mum would not like to spend new items on me. And today, I’m still having the pleasure to screen through and bring back some unwanted clothes from my 3rd sister. Most of her unwanted clothes are in good condition, some even brand new and she got many reasons to give it away like not fitting her, out of fashion, colleagues/someone are having the same clothes, no chance to wear it & etc. I’m more than happier to get those FOC clothes from her every year end or during her spring cleaning. It save me a lot. Thanks!
Ops…drag too far already. Talking about getting new clothes for Audrey, wondering anymore sales coming these few weeks. Em….already have an idea where to shop for her new clothes……Branded Outlet at Ikano. I love the design of clothes they sell in this store and you will find the price quite reasonable except a half cut label being tagged on the clothes. Some people really care and mind of that but not me.
Thursday, June 25, 2009
We will be bringing her to England Optical shop for eyes test tonight, will then decide whether to send her for eyes specialist (ISEC) in Mid Valley later on.
Monday, June 22, 2009
Friday, June 19, 2009
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Shannen is 'generous' in giving kisses to daddy when being requested. Daddy will then show off happily to mummy.... :D
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Dinner at Penang Village (Alamanda)
Shannen so excited as food will be served soon
Penang fried rice...... another thumbs up!
Our next target will be the Taman Botani.....
Friday, June 12, 2009
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Find this cute tree, name "sausage tree".
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Inside St.George's church. It's so unique
Friday, June 5, 2009
One big basket of apple costs AUS10-15.
Not sure what kind of fruit is this, AUS20/tray.
Walnut : AUS10/bag
Mushroom : AUS30/box and Persimmon : AUS20/tray (price drops as it's getting late)
After that, we went to Kings Park, a reserved garden at Perth city center. This delightful parkland is big and you feel so greats and comfortable walking around. The grass there was so green and soft. For natural lover like us, we enjoyed the peacefulness there so much.
Perth City, view from Kings Park
Next, we drove to University Of Western Australia (UWA). To study overseas used to be my dream. Since I've missed the chance, I felt so good to walk around there for some fresh air. UWA is the oldest and one of the famous university in WA. I wish my girls will have opportunity to study here one day.
University Of WA
Then we moved to Fremantle which took about 45 minutes drive from the city. We arrived Fremantle before noon and straightaway went to Fremantle Market for shopping. This is another market that only open on certain day. From here, you are able to find many different types of souvenirs with reasonable price.
Fremantle market, selling all kind of fruits.
Anyone who visited Fremantle will definitely try their famous food, fish and chips. Mr.Wong told us that his children like the fish and chips here so much and find it's the best. So how can we miss that? We went to a restaurant called Cicerello's for fish and chips. The restaurant was full of people and luckily we managed to find places to sit. This is a self service restaurant, we have to queue up for order and to collect it when it's ready. The business was so good and we have waited for almost 1/2 hours to get our food. Emm..... the fish was fresh and so tasty. This was the first time we use bare hand to eat fish & chips and chili mussels, no cutlery at all.
Monday, June 1, 2009
Bushfire happened in Feb, luckily the light house is safe.
Can't really see the heart shape rock from this angle.