Archive for April, 2007

3BCS in memories

This entry is dedicated to all BCS Class of 2004,

It has been a great 3 years in uni. Glad to have you all as a coursemate, team member and (to some) a great companion! šŸ™‚

Some flashback… šŸ™‚

1BCS

1st year

2BCS

2BCS

Annual dinner

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Annual dinner

3BCS

3BCS

With Mr Sahli

With Pn Azma

With PM Ruzaini

The very last days…

At Berkelah

bcs guys

bcs gurls

Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for a while and leave footprints in one’s heart. Thanks for leaving some in mine šŸ™‚ “

Best wishes to all and may you all enjoy the new journey that awaits us! Take care!

– Anne & Ruth

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Only in Kuantan…

There are certain home-cooked dishes that we could get only in Kuantan. I know that I won’t be able to get it anywhere else but here.

Last week, I had a thanksgiving cum farewell dinner at my Kuantan home. It felt like a Christmas dinner! Here’re some pictures of the food we had to whet your appetite!

This is the spagetti (sprinkled with some herbs)

spagetti

Ā Ā  and it comes with the red Italian sauce (tomato puree, minced chicken, diced capsicum, fresh tomatoes, sliced button mushrooms, & italian herbs)!

spagettiĀ sauce

We had grilled lamb too… marinated with rosemary, thyme, dark soy sauce, oyster sauce, and loads of patience to give it a kick of taste!

grilledĀ lamb

Below are the chicken pies šŸ™‚ Under the layer of pie crust is a variety of ‘jewels’! There are chicken chunks, sausages, potatoes, baby carrots, mixed vegetables, sliced button mushrooms, & I’ve no idea what else…bottom line- it taste REALLY good šŸ˜‰

chickenĀ pie

This is the baked potato slices. It may not look as interesting as the rest of the dishes, but it certainly tastes equally good šŸ˜‰ It’s just sliced potatoes and whipped cream plus ‘I dunno what else’ and places to bake to perfection! Yummy!

bakedĀ potatoes

At one glance, this salad is reconisable, eh? Yes, this is done by yours truly šŸ˜› It’s just sliced green australian ‘yau mak’, diced capsicum, sliced purple cabbage, cherry tomatoes, and Thousand Island to dress the salad up!

salad

Here’s the dessert: Bread Pudding! It tastes very much like the usual bread, except a little more moist, and topped with sugar & raisins to add an esquisite flavour to the pudding. It’s not exactly a cold dish, but it does go VERY well wif vanilla ice-cream!

breadĀ pudding

Ā I hope the array of food gave you the desire to explore further into the world of FOOD! Bon apetit!

Ā – Ruth

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A day at Berkelah

We are back! šŸ™‚ First of all we would like to apologise for being idle for the past few weeks. It has been a trully hectic week for us. Despite the sleepless nights and mountain high works, we managed to get some time off for a short but memorable getaway with our coursemates. We were introduced to a place called ‘Hutan Lipur Berkelah’. A scenic picnic place, which is just 30 minutes from our uni.

Signboard
What they have there

Waterfall
Berkelah Waterfall

Waterfall2
Closer View

Stunt
Friend in action

Group photo
With coursemates at the top of Berkelah Waterfall

Nasi Lemak
Nasi Lemak from Warung Keluarga

How to get there?
Map

Note:
Warung Keluarga is situated in the small town of Gambang. It offers a variety of Malay food for breakfast and lunch. Their nasi lemak is just so-so. However, a friend mentioned that their Nasi Dagang is worth trying out šŸ™‚

-Anne & Ruth



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