Thursday, October 27, 2011

Yang Mana Satu

spend yesterday Deepavali's Holiday by surveyed and went to 5 nos of lighting shops in Johor Bahru area looking for our living hall lamp. 

there's expensive one 

8 lamps : RM 600 (Masai Shop) 
or cheap one 

6 lamps RM 280 (Yako Shop) 
my choice will definitely the cheaper one. I don't know about other place like Klang Valley area how is the price other shops will be.  

Monday, October 24, 2011

Kiamat Sudah Dekat??

Almost everyday for the last 2 months , we see and listen from the prime news that EARTH QUAKEs are hapenning here and there. USA, Indonesian's Island, New Zealand etc .. most of the area earthquake strikes at more than 4.0 Magnitude and depth more than 100km. And yesterday , 23rd Oct 2011, 7.2Magnitude stroked Turkey.  detail info may be found at :

after Muhasabbah , it was crossed to my thought that our world is coming to the end of it? also known as the Judgement Day. Few hadiths that are close related to the Kiamat and the earthquakes. while below is the hadith from our greatest messenger Muhammad shallallahu 'alaihi wasallam

Diriwayatkan dari Abu Hurairah radliyallah 'anhu berkata, Nabishallallahu 'alaihi wasallam bersabda:

لَا تَقُومُ السَّاعَةُ. . . وَحَتَّى يُقْبَضَ الْعِلْمُ وَتَكْثُرَ الزَّلازِلُ

"Tidak terjadi hari kiamat dan sehingga dihilangkannya ilmu, banyak gempa bumi." (HR. Bukhari, no. 978)

the world is at the end , am I ready for it? Have I prepare enough to be judge? Or have I ever prepare for it ???.....NO! and still not enough

Friday, October 14, 2011

Cabaran Jantung Sihat

Just to challenge myself , starts this day on.... this is going to be my daily breakfast. " Nestle : Nesvita"

why?? because I fell so fat, so loaded, so heavy and on top of it feeling older than my age.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Homemade Chicken Mayo

After having again and again the Dunkin' Donut's Chicken Mayo, I tend to do it on my own at home. thus last night turn out to be our dinner.

pardon the ketchup. it's my husband who "spoilt" it
ingredients :
  1. Chicken breast ( add salt and boil to cook then blend)
  2. Stuffed Olive (chopped)
  3. Red Onion (chopped)
  4. Mayonnaise
  5. Japanesse Cucumber
  6. Tomato
  7. Bread 
How to make:
  1. mix and stir all item 1,2,3 and 4 in a bowl.
  2. Place cucumber and tomato inside the bread.
  3. spread /stuffed the mixed chicken and mayo inside the bread.
  4. Enjoy your chiecken mayo!!

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Koleksi Buku bulan September 2011

Went to KL for training during last late September 2011 had brought a bit of fun for me as I can buy books that has been long desire since the are non any of them in JB. 

I am most excited reading book that has been adapted to film. This is because I am not so good at imagining things , my fantasize meter is always in the low radar since I was born back in 1983 theehe. Thus, I would prefer watch the movie first then if the movie is really catchy,  I will looking very hard for the book as reading books most of the time is more pleasures than watching.

My favourite book shop is always KINOKUNIYA KLCC . Since the last day of the training day is always went for half day training only, I went to Suria KLCC to get the books. At that time , I only plan to buy 2 books , Julie & Julia and Catch Me If You Can .... but since all the book store are selling a lot of various books that are really gorgeous ,  I ending up buying a bunch which cost me RM 250. hehehe

The other books are : The Help, Cowboys & Aliens , The Pursuit if Happyness, The Alchemist, The Three Musketeers and Sophie Kinsella's : Swimming Pool Sunday.   Question to myself: " When to finish read all this ?? ". my own answer would be " I don't know". 

My Greedy Catch for September 2011

Friday, October 7, 2011

10 Bulan yang lalu

while browsing through all my old pictures, this picture was caught my eyes. it was taken about 10 months ago. early hatching of fatherhood!! my husband is still very much feeling awkward holding a baby.

at a very first month of being a father

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Tutti Frutti is Trully Fruitty!!

Recently (starting end 2010 onwards) our country has been blasted with frozen yoghurt phenomenon. Also known as "FroYo" , Tutti Frutti. 

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Being an ice cream - yoghurt fan , I am part of the FroYo fan . but I will never walk alone in life, my husband and my little girl also become a fan and very much in love with the frozen yoghurt. Our favourite flavour is Guava. As for me ,  I like them all specially the strawberry. For cost saving we never take much condiments , just the kacang is the must have condiments every time having it. 

Aliya enjoying FroYo
Zairi is also very much enjoying his Fro Guava
The nearest location for the outlet is just 0.5km away  from our house. Permas Jaya Tutti Frutti. what this mean?? - I have to spend some money for the yoghurt every week!!!hehehe

Tutti Frutti Permas Jaya Branch
Only one thing that I am not comfortable with the location of the shop, it is in between BARs and PUBs. Tutti frutti is a family shop , people will bring their spouse, kids and small children to the shop while the neighbours are sipping the liquor. I wish the management shall move the shop location to some other proper location so that we will enjoy out FroYo with a lot of piece in mind. 

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

World’s most amazing natural phenomena

1. Catatumbo Lightning, Venezuela

Centred on the mouth of the Río Catatumbo at Lago de Maracaibo, this strange phenomenon consists of frequent flashes of lightning with no accompanying thunder. The eerie, silent electrical storm, referred to as Catatumbo Lightning, can be so strong and constant (150 to 200 flashes per minute) that it’s possible to read by it at night, and it’s said to be the world’s largest single generator of ozone. Various hypotheses have been put forth to explain the lightning, but the theory that stands out is that cold winds descending from the Andes clash with hot, humid air evaporating from the lake, producing the ionisation of air particles.
On average, storms occur on 150 nights each year and are at their fiercest at times of high humidity.

2. Pitch Lake, Trinidad & Tobago

Once thought of as a punishment from the gods, this bubbling lake of pitch is perhaps Trinidad’s greatest oddity. Birdwatchers will find it of interest as well for the species it attracts. The 40-hectare expanse of asphalt is 90m deep at its centre, where hot bitumen is continuously replenished from a subterranean fault. The lake, one of only three asphalt lakes in the world, has the single largest supply of natural bitumen, and as much as 300 tonnes are extracted daily. The surface looks like a clay tennis court covered with wrinkled elephant-like skin, and during the rainy season you can sit in its warm sulphurous pools.
The lake is 22km southwest of San Fernando near the town of La Brea; guided tours are available – high heels are not recommended.

3. Lambert Glacier, Antarctica

In a world of shrinking glaciers it’s nice to know there’s always Lambert Glacier. The world’s longest glacier drains about 8% of the Antarctic ice sheet and is up to 400km long and 200km wide at the point where it reaches the Amery Ice Shelf. The shelf itself is a seaward extension of the Lambert, and is a source for one of the rarest and most beautiful sights in the natural world: bottlegreen icebergs, resulting from the high content of organic material inside the ice.
Getting to this extremely isolated part of Antarctica requires a long voyage and isn’t cheap, so it is visited only rarely – just one or two tourist ships a year come here.

4. Don Juan Pond, Antarctica

Antarctica’s Dry Valleys are remarkable enough in what is already an impressive continent: huge, desolate spaces covering 3000 sq km without snow or ice. Here, algae, bacteria and fungi, some of it thought to be 200,000 years old, have been found growing inside rocks. The Onyx River flows inland from the coast and there’s a lake, Lake Vanda, that is a balmy 25°C at its bottom. There’s also Don Juan Pond, which is only 10cm deep but the most saline body of water on the planet, 14 times saltier than the ocean. It is so salty, in fact, that this shallow pond never freezes, even at temperatures of -55°C.
Vanda Station, 14km east of Don Juan Pond, is the closest settlement. Don’t expect bright lights – it’s only staffed temporarily by a small band of researchers.

5. Red land crabs, Australia

For most of the year you’ll see little of the red land crabs of Australia’s Christmas Island. They live in shady sites inside the forest that covers much of the island’s plateau. Then, suddenly, at the beginning of the wet season, in around October or November, more than 100 million enormous red crabs suddenly emerge, breaking out of the forest like escapees, climbing down cliff faces and – more dangerously – crossing roads. All this so the female crabs can release their eggs into the Indian Ocean at precisely the turn of the high tide during the moon’s last quarter.

6. Solar eclipse, Australia

For millennia, eclipses have fascinated those who witness them; Homer wrote about a total eclipse in the ancient Greek epic The Odyssey. Eclipses are some of nature’s most awe-inspiring spectacles, and great excuse for a party. Solar eclipses occur a couple of times a year, but the total blocking of the sun is only visible from a small part of the earth’s surface. A total solar eclipse will take place on 13/14 November 2012, and Cairns, in far north Queensland, will be one of the best places on earth to witness the incredible event.

7. Rain of fish, Honduras

Virtually every year in June or July, dark storm clouds gather over the small town of Yoro and unleash a tremendous summer rainstorm. In the downpour appear thousands of silvery fish, flopping on the ground. Locals believe the phenomenon is nothing less than an act of god. They trace its origin to a 19th-century Spanish missionary who prayed for a miracle to feed the people. Biologists say it can be explained scientifically, but have yet to provide any conclusive evidence. Either way you look at it, it’s an occasion for a party: the annual Festival de la Lluvia de Peces includes parades, music and lots of fried fish.

8. Morning Glory clouds, Australia

Be up bright and early at dawn for the chance to watch a meteorological wonder roll into northern Australia’s Gulf of Carpentaria. The Morning Glory is a tubular cloud (or series of clouds) up to 1000km in length, that rolls across the sky in the early morning, pushing great updrafts ahead of it. It’s these updrafts that have made it one of the great places for gliding and hang-gliding adventures. First soared in 1989, Morning Glories have carried gliders for more than 700km and up to six hours.
The Morning Glories usually occur from September to late October. Burketown in northern Queensland makes a good base for viewing.

9. Pororoca tidal bore, Amazon River, Brazil

At the mouth of the Amazon, the Atlantic’s tide occasionally – when the moon is right – gets the better of the outpouring river. The result: the longest tidal wave on earth. In the predawn light you’ll hear the monkeys screeching and a distant dull roar before you see the wave – all 4m of it charging upstream, taking all manner of shoreside debris, and some very intrepid surfers, along with it. The surfing record to date is a 12.5km ride lasting 37 minutes. You’ll be able to enjoy the spectacle at the annual National Pororoca Surfing Championships in São Domingos do Capim in March.
The pororoca occurs twice a day, three days a month; waves are biggest in February and March.

10. Racetrack, California, USA

Who wouldn’t expect a few oddities in a place like California’s aptly named Death Valley? Prime among them is the mystery of the ‘racing’ stones in the valley’s remote north. These large, flat stones, some of which weigh as much as 180kg, have ‘raced’ across the earth, leaving grooves in the dry, cracked lake bed behind them. Nobody has actually ever seen any of the rocks move, and science’s best guess is they’ve been blown across at times when the lake bed is slippery from rain or frost.

All the amazing natural phenomenon.  when can I see it with my own eyes?? Australia 2013 perhaps??
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