Monthly Archives: April 2019

Jalan Alor at Bukit Bintang

Jalan Alor is a unique food destination in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Visit this street at night time and you step into the heart of a modern Asian city that epitomises the chaos yet beauty of life in Asia … Continue reading

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Last Minute Road Trip to Sekinchan and Ipoh

The BMW went up for sale last Wednesday through the Carsome process. An interesting, largely online, process where we took the car in for an inspection after which they put it on their site for 3 hours for dealers to … Continue reading

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Bye Bye Bangsar Baru

In exactly a week (3 weeks for Kerrie) I will be flying out of Kuala Lumpur for the last time after almost 10 years to take on new things back home in Melbourne.  Later posts will continue as I reflect … Continue reading

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Restoran Santa Chapati House – Kuala Lumpur

As part as my farewell to Malaysia I took Kerrie to this little chapati oasis in Kuala Lumpur city – the Restoran Santa Chapati House.   A basic hole in the wall type of place that charges only RM 2 … Continue reading

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Em’s Year 11 MLC Formal

Just found some photos of Em off to the 2017 MLC Formal as a Year 11 student.  This was the start of nearly 2 years of stress as she looked for dresses for formals and graduations through Year 11 and … Continue reading

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Marini’s on 57 – Our 24th Wedding Anniversary

We are in our last few weeks in Kuala Lumpur, after almost 10 years here, and so reflecting on what final things we need to do.  As such we realised we have never been to Marini’s on 57 and our … Continue reading

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Chiang Rai Temples

Chiang Rai has many temples and it can take several days to get across them all.  Although they are very beautiful with their colours and design, most are relative young having been built in the past few decades.  We visited … Continue reading

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