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Sharon And I In Xin Wang Hong Kong.......

Met up with Sharon from Somewhere in Singapore for the first time.  Before I left for Singapore, I wrote an email to her few days ago asking whether she would like to meet me today... and I am so glad that we did!  Our rendezvous was held in Jurong East Mall around 12pm and I could recognize her from afar.... (not so far la...)  hahahaa...

My kids wanted to take Italian food but I prefer to take something "Chinese"... so eventually, my kids went their own way and Sharon recommended this place for our lunch, she said that we could take our own sweet time to chat here because food courts are always crowded and noisy... I readily obliged...  :)

After we ordered our food and exchanging "pleasantries"... our cameras also started to "talk!"

Cam-whoring to show our presence.. LOL....
Both of us couldn't eat much so I suggested that we shared out this meal.....
and Sharon gave me a bigger portion !
For side-kick, I ordered crispy mango with prawn...
Funny combination...
That was why I wanted to try....
For desserts, I ordered Ice Kacang.... supposedly to be...
When it was served, I was so astounded with its Height!
Both of us couldn't even finished up this Tall Tower... LOL.....
Both of us ended our lunch when my kids came looking for us....
Time really flies.... we had such a wonderful time chatting endlessly...
Looks like Blogging has its language only Bloggers can only understand... LOL...
Before we parted, we "showed off" our goodies bag... hahahaa....
I wonder who started this off... Goodies Exchange....
But I am so "paiseh".... mine is nothing compared Sharon....
Thank you, Sharon for meeting me. for the goodies and for the wonderful meal......
Remember our "deal" when you come to Ipoh.... 
Just let me know in advance so that I can shed off some kg. first!
LOL....




Comments

  1. crispy mango with prawn looks interesting and yea, meeting with other blogging friends is fun! We shall meet up whenever you travel to Penang next time! :D

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  2. Sure Ken!! Most probably end of year.. :)

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  3. Nice meet you today...

    Only that time is short... hehe...

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  4. Now makes me think of the SPAM, hahahaha....

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  5. Claire, go Ipoh, then we go Sibu find STP, hahaha....

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  6. Sharon: time flies when happy... Yes, thank you for the spamming! Hahaha..... Ok, le me know when....

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  7. Must be nice meet up, I want that ice kacang!!

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  8. What a nice meetup! Did you like the taste of the crispy mango with prawn?

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  9. Hayley, highest i ever seen...


    Mun, it will taste better with if the mango portion is larger...

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  10. Wow, both of you met up! Love those food esp the ice-cream.

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  11. Hi Claire,

    Next time you come to KL during the weekend, I take you to eat this mango prawn dimsum where the mango portion is quite large, ok?

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  12. so nice to meet up with bloggers when you are abroad huh?? and that must be a very "filling" lunch you had.. hahahaha, the "goodies exchange"!! i also want to know who actually started this first.. must be the aunties and uncles foodie bloggers i guess~~ :D

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  13. That tall tower looks good. Glad that you enjoy your trip & meeting with your blogger friend.

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  14. Can beat Ipoh food? Eating in the malls - usually good but not great (and moire expensive). Have to go to the authentic kopitiam and hawker stalls. Dunno Jurong but if Orchard Road, not easy to locate any.

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  15. Coming to Sibu, Sharon? Come, come!!!! The more, the merrier!

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  16. The dish with the egg on top, looks so divine, I would LOVE it!!! And what is this tall tower made of, I have never seen anything like it! Your kids really missed out by not coming with you!!!

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  17. STP, if whole grp coming together, merrier, hehehehe...

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  18. Looks like you'd fruitful trip, Reana! Didn't know there's a Xin Wang in Jurong. You seem to be travelling a lot!

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  19. Hey you posted 4 photos and Sharon didn't even smile in a single one. I wonder if she has missing teeth or afraid gold nuggets would fall out if she smiles. Wakakakakaka... I am just kidding, sorry lo!

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  20. wenn: that is ice kacang.. singapore style..hahahaa...


    mun: OK DEAL!! :)

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  21. sk: and that includes you too!! hahahaa.. you always give away pressies..


    irene: thank you!!

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  22. stp: you should go one day... now all has changed for the better... :)



    ginny: my kids prefer their own type of food!

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  23. shirley: yes, it is in JEM....


    TM: terror la you... i always advertise colgate ma... you notice or not...

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  24. Kind of missing HK. Would like to go again some day for the delicious food.

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