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Bloggers and Instagrammers Gathering in Pick & Pay, Bundusan Pavillion, KK City

A couple of weeks ago, we had a small gathering in Pick & Pay located in Bundusan Pavillion. It was a gathering for Bloggers and Instagrammers for the first time.  We even got a chance to try out the new menu they have in Pick & Pay.
Fresh fruit juice, yoghurt drinks and loads of freshly packed fruits ready for you if you're always on the go.



Mr. John, the man behind Pick & Pay business!


They now have pastas too!  I love the Carbonara one. Not too salty or creamy.
According to the chef, the chicken stock was boiled up to at least 8 hours. They don't only serve Carbonana Chicken Spaghetti but also Beef Bolognese and Salmon Spaghetti.

Photography Level : Instagrammers
My all time favourite, Green Tea cake with red beans! 
Not forgetting that Pick & Pay also serves Sushi, Bento, Pastries,Coffee, and many more! I also heard that every Saturday, they have a salmon cutting session.
Freshly sliced salmon imported all the way from Norway. 

Group photo with the owner of …

New home & a new bedroom!

Hey y'all!
Here is the reason why I have been MIA-ing a lot.
My family and I have been busy with moving and renovating our new home.

Months ago, there were so much of moving and packing to do.
These past few years we have been renting and moving around a lot and trust me, its not fun at all.
After we got the news from my mum that we finally found a new home, I was super excited that I went on pinterest to search for new bedroom inspired ideas. After moving around with the family for years and now we have finally settled down in our new home!


I'm already missing my old room but hey, time for a bigger room!
This was too small and I had to cramp up everything while we were staying here.

Goodbye old bedroom. Its time for someone else to stay here.

We moved slightly further down from where we stayed previously and luckily the moving part was not as tough as I thought it would be. Thanks to Roy,Vince, Jim and Tai for helping us out with the moving. Not forgetting Mary and Ah Chin f…

Health and Fitness : Overnight Oats (Banana Chiaseeds)

Hey guys! I am trying out something new. Most of you who knows me, I am not a cook or a baker but I am always ALL about healthy eating and being healthy. 
So I wanna try to share some healthy eating tips which I think can help you guys who are planning on eating clean and healthy or just for the sake of eating.
I have recently discovered the perfect recipe for breakfast and after trying it out, I have never been happier to finally have something that is easy and quick to prepare.

Overnight Oats (Banana Chiaseeds) 1/3 cup of Rolled Oats (I used Instant Rolled Oats) 1/3 cup of Greek Yogurt  1/3 cup of Milk (any milk of your choice) 1 Tbspn of Honey (any honey of your choice) 1 tspn of Chiaseeds 1 Ripe Banana
Directions: Combine all the ingredients in a mason jar or any type of container with an airtight lid.  Mix everything together, pop the lid on, and place it in the fridge for 6-8 hours (or overnight). Once its ready, enjoy with your favorite toppings and mix it all together! (muesli or mixed nuts a…

First Aid Course (Search & Rescue) in Maliau Basin, Sabah.

Last week, I was in Maliau Basin for a First Aid Course with 2 other instructors from Fieldskills.(Ropeskills is a sister company to Fieldskills)
We were there to train the staffs aka tree climbers/R.A (Researcher Assistant) the basics of First Aid and proper way to perform a Search & Rescue in the wild.  Maliau Basin is filled with different types of species of trees and scientist/researchers from all over the world comes to Maliau to do their research and studies. That's where the R.As have to be there to assist them and to ensure their safety as well.
(Day 1)
 All packed up and ready to go!





 My big and spooky room at the end of the guesthouse.
 The view from the balcony

Didn't do anything much on the first day as we arrived pretty late and it was already getting dark. Unpacked and sorted out my things for the next day. It was a funny experience knowing that power would be cut off from 12am till 7am everyday and at first I didn't get use to it but eventually I did.  …