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Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Dating on a Sunday

Last Sunday (15 Jan 2006), we went 'dating'. We had breakfast at our favourite roti canai stall on Transfer Road (opposite Ismalia Bakery). The roti is oily and crispy while the gravy is tasty and spicy *real syiok*.

After breakfast, we went for a hike from Teluk Bahang to Teluk Aling. USM has a research station there for the Centre for Marine and Coastal Studies (CEMACS). It was a short and sweet hike, only about 30 minutes one way.

[Fun with the camera: Honey, I am shrinking you...]

[Jetty Poser: Angie 'calendar posing' on the CEMACS jetty]

In the afternoon we embarked on yet another baking project. This time it was an upside-down pineapple cake.

[Upside-down pineapple cake: Made with at least one secret ingredient]

After the cake was out of the oven, we decided to go 'dating' again - this time for a movie at Gurney Plaza. Wallace and Gromit was fun and entertaining. Gromit was particularly cute :-)

It's funny how after getting married we seldom went out on 'dates' like this...


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pelf said...

I want to eat the pineapple cake!!! :)

BTW, you've been tagged :)

5xmom said...

HUH? Date? What's that? LOL.

Quickly do it very often before little ones come around and that's it. The only dates you know will be birthdates, Egypt dates, etc.

KittyCat said...

So romantic!!! Keep up the good work, guys ;-) ;-)

Did you collect any mini clams while at Teluk Aling? I know we korek so many at Muka Head last time - so fresh & delicious boiled with salt only!

Nee Shen said...

You could have walked on after the research station and head for muka head, the tip of the island...

and if you are too tired to walk back, that a boat ride from muka head..

there used to be a chinese guy selling nice ice kacang in the village near the entrance of the forrest reserve.. never see him for a long time already.. the ice kacang after a long hike is an experience and motivation..

now maybe i need to start hiking again after stopping for a year..