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Art Exhibition At Casuarina Hotel Meru

We attended a talk at the Casuarina Hotel in Meru, arriving there around 8.30am and it was over by 12 noon.  Time passed super fast (especially with the smart phone at hand) and soon it was time for the lunch buffet. 
 
There was an art exhibition at the same time we attended the talk...
That makes the event more interesting than we expected... 
Took the opportunity to take some pictures....
Real artistic....
This is not a real bicycle...
But it looks so real!!
This is sort of some recycle art here....
 Something unique here... 
I mean the ART....
Before the buffet started....
  
Local desserts....
Our first and final round of food...
Just look at our lunch..... 
I started off with salad ....
Then the rice meal... 
And ended with desserts...
I think I gained ONLY ONE kilogram after this meal... 
Since this is an art exhibition post, 
here I am with the sketch piece....
*Peace*


Comments

  1. Claire, you are God's unique masterpiece. Wow, look at the art pieces and also at all the food. I missed them all. Enjoy them.

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    1. We are all wonderfully created, Nancy.. each of us have our uniqueness in us... gifts too if we look deeper.. :) PTL

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  2. Lovely spread of kuih. Like the sketch picture of you & the unique paintings.

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    1. Irene, there is a software... nowadays apa gadget also got...

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  3. First and final round means two rounds? Round 1 and Round last? ;)

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  4. wah ... today so artistic and philosophical ah ? See arts exhibition! And so enjoy again with buffet!

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    1. Coincidentally got art exhibition there at the hotel.. so tumpang...

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  5. I love your sketch piece! And it looks just like a bike, it is not? I also like the big spooky tree and the blue billed bird. The food was presented beautifully!

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    1. Yes, it is a bicycle... and they use recycle items to do into an art..

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  6. Very nice photos! Can enjoy the art before eating.

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  7. All very nice, and fun photos.. Doesnt look like working.. Come all the way for work from 8-12pm then back on the same day?

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    1. Yes, same day.. quite near actually. less than half hour...

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  8. Ooooo...very interesting exhibition! I would have loved to browse around. Wahhhh!!!! What talk, got food some more? I also want to go. Hehehehehe!!!!!

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  9. If u didnt mention, i will have thought the bicycle is real...

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  10. wah, this event was nice yeah?? can listen (to the talk), can see (the artwork) and can eat (the scrumptious buffet)!! and that bicycle is indeed amazing!! it's a painting and yet look so real..

    and your colleague, I thot you were taking photo with the artist pulak!! haha, she really looks like an artist leh~~ :p

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    1. hahaaa... I will tell her that.. she is a famous food blogger.. hahaa..

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  11. I would be more interested in the buffet hee..hee...

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    1. heheehe... while waiting for the buffet to start...

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  12. Really masterpiece!! I like that bike the most.

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  13. so nice ur company sent u to some talk and free hotel buffet food ;-)
    yea, i will be more interested on the food...haha *(i am hopeless to the company)

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  14. The sketch piece of you looks nice!!

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