Spammed!

I just got TWO spammed comments from God-knows-who. This is definitely my first and I must say that the comments were rubbish. All these while I saw this kind of “I really enjoyed reading your post. AMAZING!” comment , they only happen in Instagram ( that’s the only social network website that I could think of now)..

But oh well, life nowadays. Full of spams. You know the HALAL thing that is a current HIT? That Cad choc … yeah, that’s from my workplace. And yeah, we are all in a very big mess. Now have to get ourselves each a big broom. To sweep it off, and of course to defend ourselves, physically and mentally.

OK la. That’s all folk. I am going to do yet another post on the Gold Coast trip. If you’re getting bored already, you know where to place your mouse click? .. Thereeeee, up top, there red X button. 🙂

 

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Gold Coast Day 2

Adoi, dah datang la malas aku. Tok la jadinya bila lama sik ber blogging. Alu jadi pemalas. Konon la tek iya- iya mok tulis day per day empun event. I mean, ya la ney da kita tok selalu jalan sinun nak. Naa, now dah jadi malas gine la gaya.

Let the photos tells the story, can? eheee

Carrara's Market Gold Coast

There's more than 500 stalls here. Fun times !

There’s more than 500 stalls here. Fun times !

Carrara's Market Gold Coast

The weather here is very hot, and dry. I remember feeling that I need to lotion myself at all times.

The weather here is very hot, and dry. I remember feeling that I need to lotion myself at all times.

Very yummy waffles with ice- cream. But i have to admit that the food here, they are overpriced! This one plate cost AUSD8 or RM24!!

Very yummy waffles with ice- cream. But i have to admit that the food here, they are overpriced! This one plate cost AUSD8 or RM24!!

Look at that ! Proton Satria. SIL told me that there's a Proton showroom here, but not all car models that is available in Malaysia are sold in GC.

Look at that ! Proton Satria. SIL told me that there’s a Proton showroom here, but not all car models that is available in Malaysia are sold in GC.

Very yummy waffles with ice- cream. But i have to admit that the food here, they are overpriced! This one plate cost AUSD8 or RM24!!

Very yummy waffles with ice- cream. But i have to admit that the food here, they are overpriced! This one plate cost AUSD8 or RM24!!

There there Emily. We had to use two cars everytime we are out because Australia is very strict with baby car seat. Lucky thing that the driver is at the right side, and the signs are all the same.

There there Emily. We had to use two cars everytime we are out because Australia is very strict with baby car seat. Lucky thing that the driver is at the right side, and the signs are all the same.

Aldi is a shop that sells food and daily products. What makes it so interesting is the bacon sell is only AUSD3.99 per KG! Crazy or what? hahaha

Aldi is a shop that sells food and daily products. What makes it so interesting is the bacon sell is only AUSD3.99 per KG! Crazy or what? hahaha

Gold Coast Day 1_ Part 2

Woke up at around 4pm and it was getting dark. So soon!? We went for the Sunset Mass at this Catholic Church 10km from Pacific Pines. THe church is lovely, I must say. Somehow I don’t really feel that “holy” (oh I just lost word on how to describe what I experienced). The comers were all dressed so casual, that The HUbby and I felt we were overdressed for the mass. The men wore shorts and Tshirt. Some ever wear like Hawaiian shirt to church. And the girls/ women were dressed like they just jumped out from house couch and just dashed off to church. I gotta say, I was quite shock. Of course some of them were wearing decent attires, but oh well, who are we to judge, right? The weather was quite hot, so maybe that’s why everyone look so laidback.

While driving back home, we noticed all shops and malls were closed. I asked my SIL on what gives and she told us that Australians are very family orientated. Australians get to go home to be with their family at 5pm sharp and this applies to the workers in the mall. WOW! I would really consider migrating here in the future, it this is the case.

Sad back is that we could not do any shoppings at night lah. hahaahhaa..

OK! Sambung lagi.. panjang lagi ni. 

Gold Coast Day 1

We had our crazy times at the check-in counter when we found out that our bags were 5kg overload. The Hubby quickly opened back all our stuff and start throwing whatever he could into his backpack. It was quite a funny scenario I must say. He kept asking me what’s up with our weighing scale at home because the times we weighed them, we were so positive that the luggages won’t exceed the amount needed. And then he kept telling me that he is not going to pay rm300 for the unnecessary.

With Emily eager to wander around and The Hubby stuffing all the seluar dalam and what not into our carry, man, I was just so glad I wore pants instead of dress.

The excitement started to mount up slowly but surely when we reached the boarding hall. Emily is our main concern, because we do not know how will she cope up with the 8-hours flight. Normally, she’s the easiest infant to be with in the plane, because I guess it’s her nature to fall asleep right before flight takes off. But this is yet a new experience.

We boarded the plane at around 9pm. So many mat salleh with us that we felt like we were in Oz already. We sat next to a 11 year old girl, who sat at the aisle seat. The Hubby raised his concern that he is definitely going to burden this girl whenever he feels like going to the latrine.

The flight took off and Emily started to yawn. Good sign. We tried doze off too but I guess we were too caught up with the ideas of what’s waiting for us in Gold Coast. It was a smooth flight and almost quiet too if it were not for this one mat salleh family that has 2 crying babies who wont stop wailing from the moment we were in the air until we reached Coolangata Airport.

Being greeted by the sunrise while in the air, it’s serenading. The Hubby’s sister picked us up at the arrival park and we went straight to the house. The weather was sunny and the road condition in Gold Coast is nothing like KL. Less busy and drivers put signal signs at all times. Even LA was not like this..I fell in love immediately with the place.

We told sis that we were just going to take a power nap, since she was so eager to bring us to Harbour Town. Ya right power nap! We dozed off for 5 hours! You see, The Hubby and I just could not really sleep off in the plane, thus explains the tireness.

To be continued!!

Day 1 in Gold Coast!

Day 1 in Gold Coast!

Take Me Home….

A listening pleasure for you guys.

This song brings me back to Gold Coast. Man, I love the place, especially the road. The countryside scenery is amazing. Nothing compares to Peninsular Malaysia, all rubbish and rude drivers that conquers the road.