Friday, November 5, 2010

Happy Deepavali !!

Happy Deepavali to my friends and readers!!

Another most welcoming public holiday and long weekend to all of us... So what are your plans today? I am definitely full of them... regardless of the workload in the office and at home, I am going to do some traveling again...

I might be going to Jogoya this evening... anyone wants to meet me there? Hahaha...
Ok, one tip... if you book online for reservation, you will get this free gift... nothing to shout about la.. but it is still free ma...

a pair of Japanese chopsticks!
so what are your plans this weekend?


17 comments:

  1. Wow! Jogoya again... U really know how to 'tarn'.

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  2. Thanks for dropping by while I was away. Hope you had a great time at Jogoya. Wish I can meet you there! :)

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  3. Happy दीपावली ..Namaste

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  4. I am just back from my sick leave. Feeling much better and I missed you!! I hope you have a great holiday!! Never saw chopsticks like this!! I also just read your post below that I had missed, wow! What beautiful and clean public transport!! We don't have anything this nice here!

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  5. Happy Deepavali to those who are celebrating. My plan is to...rest. :D

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  6. Happy deepavali...No holiday for east msia....no plan yet.

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  7. Yenngga Poreng Ngeh! I went to visit a modern Chindian family and enjoyed their curries so much. I am still burping out the spice aroma as I typed this. Happy Deeeeepavali!

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  8. yeah man, sibeh "tarn"... got personalized choppy lagi!

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  9. In KL again? Jogoya again? Aiyor...you so kaya kah? I'll be in KL next weekend... You still around?

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  10. Stay at home and sleep, sleep, sleep. Cos Sat Im working, no fun. :(

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  11. Stay at home and sleep, sleep, sleep. Cos Sat Im working, no fun. :(

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  12. oh..i miss holidays..i got to work n work n work. Very busy during this festive season.

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  13. Where is Jogoya BTW? Great to be home on Public holidays, get up late and stay up late at night, a lot of house chaos, cook and wash, but still less stressful than working days.

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  14. Happy belated Diwali. I just missed the chance to wish you and your family on that day. It is a festival of light. And above all along holiday to enjoy.

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  15. went to visit a modern Chindian family and enjoyed their curries so much. I am still burping out the spice aroma as I typed this.

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Thank you, readers!

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