Wednesday, March 31, 2010

UK trip plan... - Part 3


Cont....Naaaaahhhhhh...hamik kau. Sume tempat rasa nk pegi. Hehe..


Eiffel Tower
This is one of the world's most recognizable monuments (and the best-known monument in all of Europe), and it is breathtaking to behold. Be sure to take the lift for a view of the city. This attraction alone drew 6.2 million visitors in 2002, according to Paris Office of Tourism statistics.

Disneyland Paris
In a Magical Kingdom not so far away - somewhere between a place where you wish upon a star and dreams come true - classic Disney heroes and heroines live once upon a time in fairytales that are, happily, never ending.5 magical lands, endless fun. pick one that's for you... or pick them all!
Experience your favourite Disney Lands just as you remember them in classic Disney stories where fairytales really do come true

Centre Pompidou
The funky and hip Centre Pompidou features a wonderful collection of modern art within its creatively designed building. It also features a cinema, concerts and children's activities. The Centre attracts 5.5 million visitors annually.
Cite des Sciences at de l'Industrie
This fun, hands-on science museum attracts 2.5 million visitors each year, with its cool exhibits on anatomy, biology, you name it.

Arc de Triomphe
The arc de triomphe, located at the Place Charles de Gaulle commemorates Emperor Napoleon's victories. The arch was completed in 1836, long after Napoleon's reign had come to an end.

Louvre Museum
One of the not-to-miss sights in Paris is the Louvre Museum, possibly the most famous museum in the world with a fabulous collection. It is housed in the Louvre Palace, once home to France's Ro Family.

Notre Dame Cathedral
The Notre Dame de Paris is one of the first Gothic Cathedrals ever built. Construction started in 1163 and lasted for almost two decades. From the lookout at the north tower you have a great view over the city.

The Sacré Coeur is a basilica in Roman-Byzantine style located on top of the Montmartre hill. Construction started in 1875, but the building wasn't completed until 1914.

Hôtel des Invalides
The Hôtel des Invalides is an immense 17th century complex originally built to accommodate war veterans. It is now home to several museums, including a large military museum.

Musée d'Orsay
The Orsay Museum is housed in a grand railway station built in 1900 along the Seine River. Home to many sculptures and impressionist paintings, it has become one of Paris's most popular museums.

Opéra de Paris Garnier
Now known as the Palais Garnier, this opulent building in Second Empire baroque style was constructed between 1862 and 1875 as one of the grandest opera houses ever built.

Jardin du Luxembourg
The Jardin du Luxembourg is probably the most popular park in Paris. It was created in the 17th century as a private park for Marie de Medici - wife of King Henry IV - and opened to the public in the 19th century.

Port Neuf
The Pont Neuf is the oldest and most famous bridge in Paris. The bridge was commissioned in the 16th century by King Henry IV. When it opened in 1607 it was the only bridge in Paris without houses built on it.

The Pantéon, a 19th century building, was first designed as a church, but later turned into a civil temple. Its crypt contains the vaults of several of France's famous countrymen.

Place de la Concorde
The Place de la Concorde, the largest square in Paris, connects the Tuileries with the Champs-Elysées. At its center is a 3200 years old obelisk, transported in the 19th century from Egypt.

Place des Vosges
The Place des Vosges is the oldest square in Paris. All buildings bordering the square have the same red-brick facade. One of the houses surrounding the magnificent square is home to the Victor Hugo Museum.

Centre Pompidou
Centre Pompidou is a cultural center in the heart of historic Paris. The complex was built in 1977 by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers. It includes a museum of modern art and a large library.

La Défense
La Défense is the prime high-rise office district of Paris. Many of Paris's tallest buildings can be found here as well a modern version of the Arc de Triomphe: the Grande Arche de la Défense.

Moulin Rouge
Ever since it opened in 1889 as a 'temple of music and dance', Moulin Rouge has set the standard as the world's most famous cabaret. Today its show attracts visitors from across the world.

Rodin Museum
This museum is dedicated to France's most famous sculptor Auguste Rodin, known for famous works such as The Thinker and The Kiss. The museum is housed in a mansion where Rodin once lived and worked.

Versailles Palace
What started as a modest hunting lodge was expanded into the world's most famous palace, a model for all future European palaces. The palace is located just 20km southwest of Paris.

The Madeleine is a church built as a greek temple. The enormous building, surrounded by 52 Corinthian columns, is one of Paris's best known monuments thanks in part to its prominent location.

Jardin des Tuileries
The Jardin des Tuileries is a popular park in French formal style situated between the Louvre and the Place de la Concorde. The garden features numerous sculptures as well as a couple of museums.

Grand Palais
The Grand Palais was built near the Champs-Elysées as an exposition hall for the World Fair of 1900. The structure features art-nouveau ironwork and an enormous glass-domed roof.

Jardin des Plantes
This botanical garden was founded in 1626 as a medical garden and opened to the public in 1650. The garden is also home to a small zoo and the city's Natural History Museum.

This chapel was built in 1248 by King Louis IX to store important religious relics. The magnificent chapel in Gothic style is a masterpiece of medieval architecture. It is located on the Île de la Cité, not far from the Notre-Dame Cathedral.

Pont Alexandre III
The Pont Alexandre III is the most ornamented and most popular bridge in Paris. The beautiful bridge, designed by Résal and Alby at the end of the 19th century consist of a single 107m long span.

Parc des Buttes-Chaumont
The Parc des Buttes-Chaumont is a very unusual park situated in the 19th arrondissement. The park is located on a rocky hill and features a 30m (100ft) waterfall, steep hills and a 'suicide bridge'.

Place de la Bastille
This square was the location of the Bastille stronghold, which was stormed on July 14, 1789, triggering the start of the French Revolution. The stronghold was demolished and an enormous opera house now dominates the square.

Petit Palais
The Petit Palais (small palace) was built as a temporary structure for the World Fair of 1900. The magnificent Beaux-Arts building housed a large exposition of French Art. Today it is home to the Museum of Fine Arts.

Once part of a royal palace, this medieval building was used as a prison for more than 500 years. During the revolution, important prisoners were often held here before they were led to the guillotine.

Despite the many tourists here, Montmartre - once Paris's artist's enclave - has managed to keep a charming and village-like atmosphere. The most famous attraction in this area is the Sacré-Coeur Basilica.

Tour Montparnasse
The Montparnasse Tower, built in 1973, was one of the first tall skyscrapers in Paris. After completion, the tower was seen as an intrusion of the skyline. The public outcry halted construction of skyscrapers in the historic center.

Cimetière du Père-Lachaise
The Cimetière du Père-Lachaise is one of the world's most famous and most-visited cemeteries. A long list of famous people are buried here, from Rossini and Sarah Bernhardt to Edith Piaf and Jim Morrison.

Dôme des Invalides
Built as King Louis XIV's private chapel, this magnificent building now houses the tombs of several prominent French historic figures, most notably that of Emperor Napoleon I.

Musée de Cluny
The National Museum of the Middle Ages, also known as the Cluny Museum has a magnificent collection of medieval art. It is housed in a medieval mansion with Gallo-Roman ruins.

Palais Royal
The Palais Royal is a palace built by Cardinal Richelieu in 1629. King Louis XIV - later known as the Sun King - spent his youth in this palace before moving to the Louvre. The central courtyard and garden can be visited free of charge.

Forum des Halles
A Combination of a large green square with an underground shopping center and movie theater, the Forum des Halles sits on land that for centuries was home to Paris’ central marketplace.

Place Vendôme
The Place Vendôme is Paris's most prestigious square. The tall bronze column at its center honors Napoleon's victory at the Battle of Austerlitz. The column is topped by a statue of the emperor.

Château de Vincennes
For several centuries, this castle was one of the main residences of the French Royals. They abandoned the site however after the completion of the Versailles Palace outside Paris.

Fontaine des Innocents
This fountain in Renaissance style was built in the mid 16th century. Originally placed near the 'Cemetery of the Innocents', it is now located at the center a small square not far from Centre Pompidou.

Promenade Plantée
The world's first elevated park was created in the early 1990s on an abandoned elevated railway viaduct. It has been imitated by several cities, most notably New York.

Île de la Cité
One of two central islands in the Seine River, this is considered the heart of Paris. First settled in the 3rd century B.C., the island now features some magnificent sights such as the Notre-Dame and Sainte-Chapelle.

Place du Châtelet
The Place du Châtelet is a square in Paris named after the Châtelet fortress which was built here in the 12th century to defend the Île de la Cité, Paris's historic center. The square is bordered by two theatre buildings.

One of the largest churches in Paris, this mainly gothic church was built over a span of more than 100 years, from 1532 until 1637. The church has beautiful glass stained windows and boasts France's largest pipe organ.

National Library
This modern library was built in 1996 and consists of four 24-story buildings shaped as open books. The four towers enclose a central garden of about 1 hectare or 2.5 acres.

Parc de la Villette
This large park in the north of Paris is home to the city's Science Museum as well as several concert halls. The park - bisected by a canal - has a very open layout with large grassy areas and several themed gardens.

Musée de l'Armée
The National Army Museum in Paris covers the history of warfare from prehistoric times up to the Second World War. It is one of the world's most expansive army museums with a particularly large collection of military uniforms.

Arènes de Lutèce
This amphitheater - built in the 1st century A.D. - is one of the traces of Paris's Roman heritage that can be found throughout the city. Paris was known at the time as Lutetia, hence the name of the arena.

Parc Monceau
Parc Monceau, created in the 18th century by the Duke of Orleans, is one of Paris's most attractive parks. It features beautiful flowerbeds, many statues, a series of corinthian columns and even a pyramid.

Parc Montsouris
Parc Montsouris is a large romantic park laid out in English style. At 15ha (37 acre) it is the second largest park in Paris proper. The park is bisected by a rail track with bridges connecting either side.

Champ de Mars
Named for the Roman God of War, Champ de Mars is a long stretch of grass bordered by laid-out gardens. The park is the site of Paris's most famous icon, the Eiffel Tower.

Parc André Citroën
This innovative modern park was created at the site of the former Citroën automobile plant near the Seine River. The park is arranged into serveral gardens, all with very contrasting designs.

Notes ; Sooner or later..i'll put the picture of each of this okey........!!!!!

UK trip plan... - Part 2


Car itineraries

Britain's roads are excellent for touring, and they are nearly all free to use – so what are you waiting for? Choose a country below and hit the road.

1. England
Drive through major heritage cities, discover architecture and experience inspiring scenery all in England!

a. The East of England
Magnificent architecture, open skies, rolling countryside and bags of history – come and see for yourself why the East of England has inspired artists for centuries.

b. England's North Country
Come and take in some of the prettiest towns and villages and the most inspiring scenery England has to offer, from wild mountains to wooded dales and lakes.

c. The Heart of England
On the lookout for everything English? From cosy tea rooms to superb medieval architecture you will find everything in the Heart of England.

d. South East England
Visit some of the most beautiful gardens in the world, experience the spectacular chalk cliffs of the south coast, celebrate the arts and music at some lively festivals.

e. South West England
Discover the major heritage cities in Britain - on the way you will travel through unspoilt countryside and picturesque villages that capture the very essence of England.


To drive through Scotland is to discover yourself in some of the most spectacular surroundings imaginable.

To drive through Scotland is to discover yourself in some of the most spectacular surroundings imaginable. Choose from our Southern Scotland and Scottish Highland itineraries and absorb magnificent seascapes, mountains and forests.

a. Scottish Highlands
From capital city to snow-capped peaks this route takes you through stunning scenery to castles and battlefields before returning via Scotland's first National Park.

b. Southern Scotland
From invigorating seascapes to soft green hills, from ruined border abbeys to stately mansions – this route offers lots of variety in the space of a few miles.

c. Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh
At Scotland's largest zoo you can get close to over 1,000 rare and endangered animals including lions, tigers, jaguars, red pandas, koalas and polar bears. Don't miss the famous Penguin Parade when the zoo's penguins emerge from their enclosure to follow their keepers on a waddle around the zoo.

3. Wales
Welcome to Wales - the land of castles and legends, of mountains and mystery and home to Europe's youngest capital city.

a. North Wales
Follow our route from Roman city to ancient abbey; from World Heritage Site to National Park; from coast to mountain and castle to cavern.

b. South Wales
Mix a young, vibrant capital city with two National Parks, beautiful landscapes, wonderful coastal scenes and abundant

4. Northern Ireland
Easily accessible by plane or ferry, this gentle hill-covered patch of emerald across the Irish Sea packs a great deal into a small country.

a. Portrush
Head west along the coast to the historic port town of Portrush. On the way, stop off at the ruin of Dunluce Castle teetering on a clifftop. Part of the castle fell away during a storm in 1639, carrying away the

5. Channel Islands
This unique collection of islands have their own customs, and offer visitors a tantalising mix of French and

This unique collection of islands have their own customs, and offer visitors a tantalising mix of French and British culture with beautiful scenery, proud castles and sumptuous food.

UK trip plan... - Part 1


"London bridge is falling down...falling down...falling down, my fair lady..." lalala..Ingat tak dulu masa kecik2 nyanyi lagu ni.'s almost 2 months ahead before we fly to UK. So, I have made some study for it. Thanks to my bestfriend Mr.Google. ;P

Shopping @ London

Oxford Street – Regent Street – Carnaby Street – New Bond Street – Jermyn Street

Family days out

a. British wildlife and nature experiences
Britain has a startling variety of natural habitats crawling with animals of every kind so whether you fancy a dolphin-spotting boat trip or a roam through a rainforest - in Britain, we've got it all. 

b. Free Museums
As part of our series of cut-price things to do and top budget tips, we bring you a choice selection of free museums and galleries. From Scotland to the South coast, we’ve got dozens of fabulous free museums just waiting

c. National Arboretum, Westonbirt, Gloucestershire
Westonbirt is one of the most important gardens in the world. It has the largest collection of Japanese maples in Britain which burst into flaming hues during autumn. You'll also find magnificent examples of native trees and exotic specimens from around the world. Visit throughout the year to see one of the world's great tree collections as it changes with the seasons.

d. The Deep Aquarium, Hull
Explore this state of the art aquarium housed in striking modern building on the waterfront in Hull near York. The Deep tells the story of the world's oceans through enormous tanks filled with over 3,500 fish and 40 sharks. Explore the deepest waters, the iciest seas and find out what lurks beneath – all without getting wet!

e. Longleat Safari Park
Enjoy close encounters with some of the world's rarest animals as you drive through Longleat Safari Park. Share the road with giant giraffes and meddlesome monkeys as well as zebras, rhinos, tigers and lions. Kids love the hands-on Pets Corner home to otters, snakes, lizards, tortoises, parma wallabies and much much more.

Quick review for LONGLEAT

f. Wildlife and Wetland Centre, Llanelli, Wales

Please drop by to see further for WILDLIFE&WETLAND CENTRE

g. London Eye

Walk along the River Thames and take a ride on the London Eye, the world's largest observation wheel. It's a spectacular way to see over 55 of London's most famous landmarks in just 30 minutes - see if you can spot them all! Afterwards, you can take a circular cruise of the Thames so you can see landmarks like the Houses of Parliament and the Tower of London.

h. Legoland
click here for quick review ---> LEGO

i. Dolphin Trip Avoch

See more about it here ---> DOLPHIN TRIP

Notes : later I will post more about Tour England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Channel Island, Switzerland and Paris. Check it outtt!!!!!!!! ~~~ Ok DONE! ;D

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Blueberry Cheese Tart - The 1st trial..


~ recepies taken from from the owner haz_amon. Thank you!!

Okey..bahan2 dan cara2 seperti dibawah:

Bahan-bahan ( 10 biji ) ~~~~ my one, since I used the aluminum foil cup yg kecik2 cumel, I dapat lebih dari 36pc's
Bahan untuk Sweet Pastry:-
125 gm mentega / margerin
60 gm gula aising
1 biji telur (gred B) saiz sederhana besar
240 gm tepung gandum ~~~~~~ Cik Little Lizzy Me agak2 j tepung. Masukkan tepung sket2 sampai jadi doh

~~~~~~ Untuk kasi pastry jd lebih rangup, Cik Little Lizzy tgk kat tv n baca, Sblm bakar tu, elok lah simpan kat freezer sekejap. Masukkan doh td dlm plastic bag. Then simpan dlm freezer 15-20 min. Hasilnya, bila da 2hari dlm freeze tu pon bila mkn still rasa rangup juga. Tp kena simpan dlm airproof food container la ye.

Untuk buat pastry shells tu, I just roll out pastry on a lightly floured tabletop. Ikut ketebalan yg u ol suka. Cut out circles to fit tart moulds ( the aluminum foil tart tu ), then press and trim the edges. Sblm bakar, cucuk2 sket base tu dgn garpu

Bahan untuk Cheese Filling(inti):-

250 gm cream cheese ~~~~~ Me guna phildephia
50 gm gula aising ~~~~~~ gula pon agak2 j. Sbb xmo manis
20 gm mentega (lembutkan)
1/2 sudu besar perahan lemon
1 biji telur (gred B)
Blueberry pie filling ~~~~~ Me x guna pie filling, guna jam blueberry j. Sedap juga!!

~~~~~~ kalau nak add whipping cream pon boleh. Sket jer, jgn bnyk sangat. Dlm 20g ok da.~~~~~~

1.Panaskan ketuhar pada suhu 180 C.

2.Untuk membuat sweet pastry: -pukul mentega/marjerin dan gula aising sampai creamy. masukkan telur, pukul lagi. Selepas itu masukkan tepung. Gaul hingga membentuk doh. Tekankan doh tadi ke dalam bekas tart. Tekan kedalam kemas-kemas. Trim tepinya dengan batang sudu atau pisau. Bakar pada suhu 180 C untuk 15-20 minit. Tunggu sejuk dulu baru keluarkan daripada acuan tart. ( Owh, dekat pastry ni, cik little lizzy masukkan secubit garam. Skeettt j taw. Bukan nk kasi nk kasi dia rasa lemak2 sket.)

3.Untuk membuat cheese filling: -pukul cream cheese, mentega dan gula aising till fluffy. Akhir sekali masukkan telur dan perahan lemon, pukul.

4.Sendukkan cheese filling tadi kedalam piping bag dan pipekan kedalam doh tart yang sudah dibakar tadi. Hiaskan diatas dengan blueberry filling dan susun diatas dulang pembakar dan bakar pada suhu 180 C selama 10 minit atau filling tadi nampak macam kering sedikit. ( Untuk buat marble effect, swril the blueberry filling using the "garpu" or "lidi satay". Tarik2 la ikut creativity masing2. Hehe.. Since I guna Blueberry jam, susah sket nk buat corak2 ni sbb texture jam tu x lembut mcm bluberry filling. )

Okey...senang j kan??

Selamat mencuba!!

Nota kaki Little Lizzy : Sedaaaaaappp resepi ni. Boleh try bnyk kali. Hehehe...
Pada yg baru 1st time nk try tu, guna la aluminum foil cups tu dulu. Murah jer.. 36pc's RM2.99 kat Giant. Kalau nk beli acuan yg betul terus pon ok gak..boleh buat selalu2 kan. ;D

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Perkara tak boleh terima diri no.2


I went back from lunch and noted that there 1 miscall at my office phone.
The number appears was from mobile 013*******
I dont know who's number..obviously lah...since I x pernah hafal pon nombor2 HP orang. Even no HP En.Suami pon sampai skang x berapa nk ingat..

Then I tried dial the number using my HP. Mana lah tau.. kot2 kuar nama siapa2 ke..the result is NO name appear. So, sah la..bukan one of my friendlist punya nombor.
Okey fine...............

A few minutes later the number call my HP and saying he got the miscall from his mobile.

Then I explain..I got miscall from his number at my office extension. So, I dial using my HP to know who's number is this n yeda yeda.Then he blur2..bila tanya dia siapa? xnk jawab pulak.. tp x habis2 blur x sudah. n I start menyampah............serious menyampah!!!!!!!!

Me : I got your miscall from my office number. 2718 2600 ext 81001*** did you call my extension? ( actually my extension is hardly to reach. We have long number 16 digit okey....very long!)

Man : ( Blurrr habis )................. siapa nih??

Me : I'm Nurliza Othman from Sime Darby Global Svc Center Finance. Who's on the line? ( I suspect, he is Sime Darby's staff..)

Man : ( Blurr lagi.. )...saya dapat miscall from nombor siapa ni??

Me : ( Repeat the same thing..) I'm Nurliza Othman from bla bla bla..received your misscall from my office extension 2718 2600 ext 81001***. How can I help you? Who's this?

Man : ( Blurr x sudah2 ) Err..kat mana tu?

Me : Hmm.. ok la. Sorry wrong number... ( Dlm hati...malas nk layan..)

Stop acting like you are having a secret admire yg gila2 nak berkenalan dgn you. Bluuueeeeeeeeekkkkkk!!!! You are not a little boy la...grow up man!!!!!!


Look at this picture..

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The impact is quite stunning,huh..!! Please Save Trees & Save the World..

How to reload/ top up/ recharge your prepaid Xpax?


Often asked and always forgotten, how to reload / top up / recharge Celcom Prepaid – Xpax? happen to me today when I need to reload my mobile. Totally blank on how to did it..what the number to dial and what so ever.

Okey...I blame my HP for this.. ;P Since for almost 2 and a half year of using it. My N95 HP have the icon called "Smart Sim" where you can easily select the icon and it give you choice whether you want to reload your own number or other number? If I select "own number" then only I key in the 16th digits recharges code and click "ok" and DONE. Ngee... ;D Easy right?? do if I want to check my balance. Simply go to the "Smart Sim" icon and select "check balance" and you will got a massage showing your current balance left to your prepaid.

A few weeks back my "N95 HP cap ayam" tu got hair wired. So, I borrowed my EN.Suami HP. It doesnt have the "Smart Sim" icon in there..At first, I dont even know how to check my balance since I forgot the key number. After trying so many number, I still got the massege " sorry, the number you have entered is invalid" kah kah kah. Padan muka aku.Last2 terpaksa tebalkan muka asking my friend, the key number to check the balance.. My goodness!! ( To check the balance for Celcom is *124# ye kawan2..)

But today..I have problem when I want to reload my HP. I buy the prepaid online thru maybank2u and got the 16th digit code but dont know the key number to recharge the thing. Uwaaaaaa....So that I ask a bestfriend of mine..Mr.Google. Kih Kih Kih..

Here we go..for those who have the same experience like me,perhaps this will help u.

How To Reload Celcom1. Recharge via Call/IVR* Dial 019-300 0910. Select the option for recharging and enter your 16-digit Recharge Code2. Recharge via SMS* Type rec 16-digit Recharge Code and send it to 28883. Recharge via Short Code* Key in *122*16-digit Recharge Code# and press CALLThere’s 3 ways to do it:

1. Top-up by calling Celcom or via Call/IVR

Dial 019-300 0910. Select the option for recharging and enter your 16-digit Recharge Code

2. Top-up using SMS

*Type rec <16-digit recharge code> and send it to 2888

3. Top-up using short code (recommended and the simplest!)

Key in *122*16-digit recharge code# and press CALL

P/S : Dah dah dah...jgn nangis2. Gi reload HP awak tu.. Haha..
Lepas ni nak pakai postpaid la..senang sket, cukup bulan bayooorrrrr!!!!!

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Caramel Egg Pudding


Ada lagi yg tertanya2 resepi nk buat puding telur caremell Cik Little Lizzy tu ke?
Aritu da post kat facebook. Senang j nak my ex-boss said..this one is peaaaaannnnuut maaaa!!

Bahan2 :

5 Beaten Eggs ( size sederhana )
1 tbs castard flour
1 tbs essen vannila
1/2 cup fresh milk ( kalau kurang boleh lebihkan sikit )
1/2 cup evaporated milk
5 tbs sugar for the caramel ( hanguskan dlm kuali )

Melt 5 tbs of sugar in a small heavy skillet, stirring constantly, until a caramel syrup forms and become yelowish in color; pour immediately into prepared custard cups/aluminum foil pan. Keep aside and let the sugar cold itself for a while. Beat the eggs in medium level for 5 minute and add the fresh milk and evaporated milk into it, stirring briskly. Then, add the vanilla and Custard flour; blend well. ( Warning : Don't over-beat the mixture. Its enough to beat at a slow to medium level only. And dont beat to long. )Pour mixture into custard cups/ Aluminum foil pan with melt sugar just now. Put inside the preheated stimmer and stim for about 45 minutes, or until a knife inserted in center comes out clean. Unmold into shallow dessert dishes to serve. Serves it cool in several hours in freezer and with caramel syrup is much2 better.

Caramel custard recipe serves for 6person.

Notes : For Caramel syrup, boil sugar/brown sugar into 1/4 cup of water. Put a bit of salt and vannila. Stir until boiled. Pour on top of the pudding and ready to eat. Yummyyyyyy!!!!!

Wiken oh Wiken siri ke-2

Last weekend...a lotsa program we plan.Some jadi..some of its..lain pulak jadinya. Haha..

At first, on Saturday have Sime Darby Netball Inter-Department tournament in the morning while En.Suami got his mid-term from 10-12pm. After that we plan to go to Melaka for kenduri.. and went back to KL before maghrib since Ayah n Ummi want to come and give us a visit. Beside, they also want to buy some stuff for abang's wedding. Compared to in Perak, here got more choices and the price is slightly cheaper izit?

After the netball ( which my team got 2nd place, wehooooo..!! ), I iron baju n siap2 nak pegi melaka while waiting my En. Suami balik dr exam. He said..there is terrible jammed out there. His exam held in Bangi, so, from Bangi to Ukay Perdana, it tooks almost 2 hours to reach home. Pity my baby. Da la I x masak kan..sbb beside letih balik dr netball, I was plan to eat at the kenduri j. ( luckily I already prepared quit heavy breakfast for him nasi goreng and telur separuh masak 2 biji n nescafe. ) Then, we know that beside Ayah n Ummi, Mak Long n Mak Usu with the whole family pon nk datang mkn2 kat rumah we ol. Since Qistina in KL, everybody is happy where they can easily meet the little Qis more often now. ;D Me like it too!!

So, En.suami ask me to clean the house first before going to the kenduri. Perhaps he also want to take his time after tiring stuck in jammed and having a tough exam. I 1st swept the floor, lap2 lantai, basuh baju, sidai kain n lipat the clean laundry while En.Suami also help me in vacuuming the carpet. After all..I feel so terrible tired and cannot further go to the kenduri. probably because of the side effect of madecine that I have to take recently. I read the effect are I will be easily get tiring and will have a big appetite to eat. ( I can control my apetite, but cannot control the tired part ) I was so upset cause cannot make it to the kenduri. But I know..I dont have much left energy to go there. Thinking of..after a long journey to Melaka, I have to rushly back to KL and prepared for the guest that coming to my house. So, I decide not to go to the kenduri. En.Suami was upset with my suddent decision not to go, since I was sooo excited a few days back. He tought, I was upset with him or what, tp I really2 xde energy da masa tu...letih sangat sampai shaking nk sidai kain n lipat baju pon. Thingking of nk pergi Melaka, then nk rush balik n prepare for the guests who want to come..ohh, x larat. lagipon, with the unexpected jammed, risau x sempat pulak nk sampai rumah awal. Now kan da start school holiday.

Luckily, Ummi pesan not to cook anything. They will buy the food for all of us. So, I prepare air saja. Haha..suka suka suka..

Malam tu..abang datang with the eggs and fresh milk to make the "puding telur". Aiyoo..jemu la mkn puding telur tu. But since, permintaan ramai...we make it. 2 biji puding skali buat mlm tu..Actually abang did it with my supervision. He insist to make it by his own...lantak kannnn!!!!!!!

Ohh...not forgotten, that night was abang's birthday. Sblm makan, ayah baca doa selamat ramai2..and since there is no cake...we substitute it with puding telur td. Hehehe..ok la tuuuuuew! It was fun bila dapat kumpul ramai2, chit chatting together. Rindu nak buat family days Haji Salleh's family.

Alaaa......rugi x sempat nk take picture of abang's birthday puding. 1st time dia buat tau...terus jadi. Haaa....tengok la siapa cikgu nya kannnnn. Wink wink..

Ahad tu..after breakfast, we go to Nagoya. Ummi nk beli langsir. Lama jugak kat Nagoya tu..rambang mata nk pilih langsir yg mana satu. Lepas tu mkn2 kat food court sblm window2 shopping. Ummi beli blouse labuh n Adik sempat beli DVD Adnan Sempit..ok jugak, I pon belom sempat tgk lagi cerita tu. Boleh la...lawak jugak but still stereotype. Lebih kurang mcm cerita lain2 jugak. Hero jatuh cinta dgn this girl..mula2 x suka.pastu lama2 bercinta betul2. Mcm cerita "i'm not single" mula2, x suka, lepas tu..lama2 hero tu buat sumthing2 yg touching sket...pompuan tu suka la. Terus hero biasa2 tu jadi mcm Mr.Charming. Aksi2 rempit x bnyk sangat. Bnyk cerita side mcm percintaan kawan kpd hero n heroin ( Along raja lawak n sape ntah pompuan tu )...dan juga side story of matcha n family ( Cat farish n Julia Hana ). That my point of view.. kepada fanatik cerita ni..sila jgn marah I key. I rate cerita ni as biasa2 jer. At "par" la..ok what?? dari I rate it below par.. Tp the rate is at par for all the malay movie. Kalau campur2 dgn international movie, dia bawah sket dr cerita Padayappa! Ahaks..

Lepas tgk cerita Adnan Sempit, Ayah n Ummi balik kg. Abang still at my house..tertidur tgk cerita Adnan Sempit tu. Haha... Then, Kak Anna plan nk buat small surprise for abang's birthday. Kesian kat abang sbb arijadi dia xde cake. Jadi, Kak Anna pon beli la cake untuk abang debab tu. So, bila abang bangun tido jer..terus we surprise kan dia. Hehehe... ( even he not look like surprised..but he look lost or "mamai"...sbb baru bgn tido kan..)

We having the cake together with keropok lekor n air sirap bandung. Keropok lekor tu da seminggu kat dlm our fridge. I beli kat Keramat AU. 3 packets RM10. Tp x goreng2. Duduk berdua j kat rumah kan..baik beli j kat tepi jalan keropok lekor rm1 dpt bnyk suda. Hahaha... ( memang si pemalas. I blame the hormone.. ) ;P

The Magical Vaseline Petroleum Jelly


Why I have soo many Vaseline Petroleum Jelly?? haha

This is one of my favorite products Vaseline Petroleum Jelly. Can called it magic jelly that there are so many uses for Vaseline that many people might not know. I have the classic Vaseline all over my house. Tubs of it. Its everywhere! I have it inside my bedroom, living room, inside my handbag, in the office, at my home town's room and yeda yeda yeda. There are a zillion uses for it, and did you know half of those zillion are beauty related!

The most common used is to prevent dry, chapped skin or to soften skin that is already dry. Before my wedding I have a problem with my sensitive hand skin. I cannot simply used any dishwashing otherwise my hand will start rashes or have an eczema. I also cannot touch the clothes soap and a very chemical cleaning agents, Its because the tendency to get skin reactions is high for my skin. That is why i always wash my clothes using the shampoo or body shower gel instead. Hehe.. Tapi selalunye I pakai washing machine..So, no prob.
It happen to me a few week before my wedding. I got the skin reaction where the tapak tangan went dried and "pecah2". So, I rub Vaseline onto my dried skin everyday and it resulting in much softer skin in just a few days. Believe me. But the thing is you must be 'rajin' la..for me..I'll apply it whenever I remember. Sambil2 pikir buat account kat office tu..I sapu. Lepas mandi sapu lagi..even dalam kereta pon, masa jammed tu, sempat lagi nk sapu. Hahaha...betul ni, x tipu. At that time i'm kinda desperate la jugak..lagi few weeks to my big days kannn..It was so amaizing, when the result is just in few days.Its help to make my fingernails pliable and resilient too. So, I keep applying its until the "Day". Sampai my aunts masa preparation b4 kawen tu sentuh tangan I risau nnt mak mertua I ckp I ni x pandai buat kerja rumah sbb tgn lembut sangat. ;P ekekeke.. Tp kan..I remember, lepas cuti kawen, my husband said, tangan dia pun jadi lembut sbb asyik pegang tgn I. X caya, try tanya dia..

Next, the second most common use is for the face. Putting Vaseline on your lips can soothe them and protect them from windburn or as a lipgloss. Putting Vaseline on your lips overnight will insure that you wake up with soft lips and using Vaseline around your eyes is another great use. This method can smooth wrinkles and make the skin much softer. Vaseline is also extremely effective at removing makeup. ( Tp I x biasa used the vaseline for removing makeup. Selalu pakai baby oil je..unless if I out of baby oil..then I will use Vaseline as a substitute. ) The one I like the most is to used it as a night cream or mixed it together with my favorite baby lotion and rub to all my body before sleep. Help me to sleep well since I like to feel my moist skin to sleap. ( i have the dry, i need to apply the lotion as frequent as i can. Tp..paling penting sblm tido..kena moist. Otherwise, susah nk tido.) For lips, it also can be a homemade healthy scrub. Mixed the Vaseline with caster sugar that I always took from McD or Sturbucks for free, then apply to your lips as a scrub. You will love the result. If you like, you can also mixed it with the sea salt for body scrub. This will help to moisturizes severe dry skin and prevent the dryness and ashy look.

Hmm.. I have heard of the used of Vaseline as a sexual lubricant. Tp yg ni x pernah try pon.. I also read in a few forum that many people used it for that reason and it save. Okey, lets not talk about it too much. Whoever have tried before can massage me. Next, another common use for Vaseline is for diaper rashes. Diaper rashes on babies can be especially troublesome and a little Vaseline can soothe a fussy baby and create a barrier as well as promote healing of the rash.Beside, it also can be used to massage baby. Mixed the Vaseline with a little bit baby oil and start massage all over their body. Your baby will love it the most.

Finally, Vaseline is used so that people can perform better or protect things. For instance, you can use it when there is gum in your hair. Work it into the hair until the gum slides out. Remove a stuck ring from your finger with a little Vaseline. Prevent hair dye from staining your skin by putting Vaseline along your hairline. Ha...thats a lotsa usage of this small gel. Izzit?? That y I love it too bits.

Ops...not forgotten, it can be used to put a quick shine on your shoes and bags too! just apply a tiny dap of it and rub on the pale and old surface of your handbag or shoes gently. Its makes your week old handbag or shoes look new again. Ngeeeeee ;D

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

The Golden Rule of problem solving.....


Hye all...I just finished my 2 days training today and I really find it interesting to share with you all here.

Our topic is " Critical Thinking and Problem Solving".. It was very fun and informative. Beside the trainer, the participant are also very participate and we like knowing each other well for very long long time..even it was the very 1st meeting for many of us. Some of them comes from SD industrial, GHO Procument, R&D plantation and CTM. Maybe some of them I ever had bump each other in WSD, since they are working at the same building like me..Okey, that not the point that i want to share. Should stop here before I 'membebel' more..


Do you know..there are many solution for one problems. So the Golden Rule that everyone should have in mind set is... "FIRST SAY CAN, THEN THINK HOW".

It was like..when you having a problem that u think it is impossible to settle off..first thing first to come to your head is to say or think..

" can solve this!!" or " Surely i can!!".

By that, u will set your mind and makes your adrenaline hormone to be ready to face the problem gently. ( wooops...better not to used the science term here. Actually I also not really know what is the adrenaline hormone is. Kah kah kah.. )

With the positive mind..then only u can make or decide or think a better solution for that particular problem. Of course, I did learn on several steps to adapt for problem solving, but the first and foremost..u must set your mind into a positive manner, then only your other body parts will interact well with your mind to make it done wisely. What do you think??

It was amazing...we even did a several activities that at first we think it was impossible but later proves that the thing was actually easy to do.. One of the example is to break the wood pencil into two with one finger. I myself with many participant in the class did not believe that we actually manage to break that pencil using our own little cute finger in front of our own eyes. Believe me, I did it and it was a fantastic feeling..Wehoooo!!

So, better not play2 with me. Even using 1 finger I manage to karate and break the pencil. Imagine if I fully utilized all of my fingers.. hahaha..

Then, we also have to solve the impossible questions like :

1. How to make the underwater hair dryer?
2. How to make the solar touch light? ( When u know that the used of touch light is at night.. )
3. How to make the safety life concrete raft? ( by concrete!! howwww?????)
4. How to make the waterproof tea bag?

Do you think you be able to answer all those question? Finally we did!!! even some group give extraordinary logic and futuristic suggestion. That is because the rule.."FIRST SAY CAN, THEN THINK HOW".

Other things that count are like, brainstorming, critical thinking, to be creative, positive and yeda yeda.

Okey..that for now.

Notes : For those who interested to know our suggestion/solution for that questions above, please not hesitate to ask me. See ya!! Left u to think 'bout it.. Daaaaaaa... ;P

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Broga Hill in action..

Yuuhoooo.........Hye all, lama kan I x update blog. Da lama x bnyk cerita nk story..the latest story is about our adventure trip to Broga Hill.

Hooaaaaaa...the peak is soo amaizing and fantastic. Think that everybody should try to climb and experience the beautiful scenery there. I'll bet u will love it.It's not a very high hill. Almost everyone can make it to the peak. I see young children, teenagers, young adults and older adults made it without problems.

We start our journey by 4.30am from home. Waiting Kak Azura at nearby shell station as the rest are assemble at funiture stores opposite of Tesco by 5am. From there we ahead to the foothill.

At 6.40am after subuh's prayer ,we started our hike. After a few years of not climbing, I found it difficult to walk fast. In a few minutes Kak Azura stop us as she want to rest up her tired leg. And after a few stop, she ask us to go first as there are many people around..she said she will walk slowly and we promise to wait her at the 1st peak..

It was my husband 1st experience of hill climbing. I must solute him since he has a strong spirit to climb although he has a bit knee prob. He was fine..but not me. On the way to the 1st peak..i was vomiting 2 times. Maybe because i did not took any breakfast and keep drinking the 100plus. So, the moral is, please dont climb with the empty stomach. Hehehe.. We continue our climbing about 30-40minutes, then we can see the first peak. It was so near yet so far.By reach that point, there is no trees anymore. But the surrounding is covers by green grass, and cold wind. It was cool enough and the view make u impatiently want to reach the peak as fast as u can. But, looking at the stairs..Haihh...

Around 7.50am, At long last,we reached the 1st peak.We stop there about half an hour waiting for kak azura. Then we moved to 2nd peak. Moving up to the 2nd peak. We weren't that tired anymore and didn't mind the walk to the 2nd peak. From the there, we could see the 1st peak and it awesome!! We filled our time there by taking picture and enjoy the scenery since everybody are not willing to moved to the other 2 peaks anymore. Haha..By that time, we did not see our group anymore. They are so fast. And they plan to hike till up to Tok Wan Mountain. So that they cannot wait the snail like us. Wehoo..

After all, we had a really really great time there. Me and husband plan to go there next time and finished up all the 4 peaks. ;D anyone wanna join us??