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Break Of Dawn In Batu Gajah

WOKE UP AT 7.15am THIS MORNING... TIME TO GET READY FOR MY THIRD TREATMENT IN BATU GAJAH.....

When we reached the place, it was only 8.40am but then our number was already 32!  My goodness, that means the others before us must have been waiting there even before it is opened for business at 8.30am.  More "laku" than doctors or specialists, I could say.... I feel more confident somehow...

Since our numbers were 32 and 33 respectively, we decided to go for breakfast for the attending number at that current time was only #4.  And so we went for our first meal in Batu Gajah town which we were not so familiar with.  After a few turnings and look-outs, we managed to find one shop which looked kind of appealing...

 So appealing that the shop's name was not recognizable... hahahaaa...
Nevertheless we went in since we were so welcomed 
the moment we stepped right out of the car...
The vendor was very friendly, introducing us his authentic food...
His *40 years* of pork ribs cooking.... a long way back....
He recommended us to try.....
I tried his crispy roasted pork.... *siew yuk*
True enough... they tasted simply fabulous!
Every bite brought some crunchy sound... yumsssss!
Some crunchy wantons are not to be missed too...
A giant dumpling for RM2.80
My friend commented it was tasty too!
And some sweeties to go with the savoury.... as usual....
My friends seemed to be very pleased this morning.... 
hehehehee....
Who wouldn't be when it comes to FOOD!!
After our heavy breakfast, it was time to go for my treatment.... 
An hour later we made our way home... back to where we belong....
Oh by the way.... I am very happy today!!
I was given the green light to take small steps...
However tinnie winnie steps they are, 
I am all ready to learn walking again.... slowly and steadily.... 


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    1. Thank you Arthur... been waiting for this day...

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  2. ooh, i love the siew yoke!!! ooh, i love the dai bao!!
    but i love more about the fact that you can finally take small steps!! :)

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    1. Thank you SK! Got to go there few more times...

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  3. Good news that you can start taking tiny steps! That was a great breakfast with so much oink, oinks!

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    1. hahahaa... breakfast is the main meal of my day!

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  4. Waiting for you to recover... Waiting for you in Singapore...

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  5. Wah! Good news! You can walk! We are happy for you!

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  6. Share the joy with you. Tinnie winnie steps now & in no time you can walk like big foot steps, hahaha!!!!

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    1. hahahaa.. Yes, big giant steps.. must be positive, right!

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  7. PTL...soon you will be running around :)

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    1. Praise The Lord, YES! I hope I can walk like normal first... hahahaa...

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  8. I would like to eat the desserts!

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  9. Been super long I never been there ! Good, your leg got progress now!

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  10. Hohoho... make sure you really take it slow and steady and make a full recovery ya. :)

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  11. Yeay! Glad to hear about the progress. :)

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  12. I have been watching your toe nails for months now. Why don't you paint them in assorted colours and stick some flower stickers too?? That would be nice.

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