Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Authentic Kek Lapis Sarawak

Dear Friends and Family,

Please browse through the cakes below which is 100% made in Sarawak by a Sarawakian. I highly recommend Lapis India, Lapis Blueberry and Lapis Strawberry Prune. If you wish to order, please do not hesitate. The postage fee is FREE.

1. Kek Lapis RM 30.00 (8' x 2') RM 100 (8' x 8')

2. Swiss Roll RM30.00 (From left to right top: A, B, C, D, E, F)
(From left to right bottom: G, H, I, J, K, L, M)

3. Kek Dalam Kek RM 43.00 (9' x 3') RM 120.00 (9' x 9')

4. Kek Lapis Istimewa

RM 45.00 (8' x 2') RM 130.00 (8' x 8')

RM 40.00 (8' x 2')
RM 120.00 (8' x 8')

If you wish to order, just leave me a message @ 
or at the comment box below, stating your order, contact number or e-mail address  so I will be able to get back to you a.s.a.p. for payment arrangement.

I will process the delivery once the payment is confirmed.

Thank you for your support.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Pengawas Trip on 24-25 July 2009

After a full 3 months of preparation and surveying, finally the BIG day came. The students were so excited, not to mention the teachers (overly excited esp. ME).
People would ask me 'why don't you bring your children along?' or 'I can't go to trips without my
kids' or 'who is taking care of the kids?'. As a matter of fact, the purpose of teachers accompanying students to trips is to look after their needs and safety. So, if I bring my kids along, it would be the students who are helping me to look after my kids and not the other way round.
So, leaving my three beautiful kids behind with their loving father, off I went to Kuala Lumpur, boarding a rented bus of RM1800 (I had to b
argain like **** to get the price). The journey from Kluang to our destination had put me off. My plan was that we should arrive in KL around 10-11am since we departed at 7am. However, the bus driver stayed to the permitted speed limit -90kmph: even the old durian lorry was able to take over.
We safely arrived at K
LCC around 12.30pm. Under the hot scorching sun, we took pictures for the album. Our date with Petrosains was at 2pm and we still had time to window shopping.
The visit to Petrosains was a memorable one as I could see how students were amazed by the displays shown and they were able to get hands-on experience to nearly every experiments there. The time limit of 3hours was not enough and we had to rush for our lunch as we had another appointment.
The next stop was Aquaria. The best part of Aquaria is the tunnel where we could see the sharks and Kudsia, the largest stingray in the aquarium. We bought a handful gifts for teachers back in school.

In fulfilling the request by one of the accompanying teachers, we went to SOGO. By this time, the rest of us were so tired, I even could not feel my feet walking. Though there were so many things on sale, but I could not bring myself to buy anything as I missed my kids so MUCH!
We managed to check-in at a low budget hotel around 10.30pm. I was eager to be in the room and get some peaceful night sleep as we were going to have an early start the next day.
The next day, we departed at 6.30am, heading to Genting Highland. We had our breakfast at Genting Sempah and took cable cars at Awana to the top. It was an enjoyable experience to me, but to my colleagues, it was a frightening one as they were afraid of heights.

There, we really enjoyed ourselves. I managed to be on few thrilling rides. It was sort like a therapy for me to release my tension from school work. the day went on with other interesting activities and we had the opportunity to be in SnowWorld, which reminded me of my study years in UK.
By the time we boarded the bus home, everyone was flat out. There was no sound at all as everyone was dozing off. Not many of us get off at R&R for dinner.
The trip was fun for me and I hope that I could manage another one in my new school.