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"Washing Off My Dust" At WSF 33 Pinji Centrepoint, Ipoh

BACK IN IPOH HOME SWEET HOME.... or should I say, a dusty home?  LOL....

Oh, I must give some credit to my BFF who came few times to clean the house for me when I was away for six months.  Before I came home, she has mopped the basics.... and I am so grateful to her for doing that.  I don't like mopping in my own home less alone mopping in someone's house!  Yes, very grateful otherwise my house would be filled with one inch of dust everywhere....

And all I did was to give a more thorough clean up on the more important as soon as I reached home.  My bedroom!  Cleaned it properly so that I could have a nice comfortable sleep... the rest can wait till the next day... LOL..... 

On that evening itself, my buddies came by to pick me up for dinner, so nice of them too... my fridge was practically empty and knowing my hunger, they took me to this new place they discovered recently.  Yes, every dish looks delish to me!  And I want to thank them for "washing dust" upon my arrival... LOL... 
 

Steamed minced meat with salted fish!
Yummmmsss....
Steamed fish and garnished generously with radish and garlic!
Three dishes and it came to around RM55 if I am not wrong...
Yes, they are reasonably cheap...
All these at Pasir Pinjipoint 



 

Comments

  1. Ah, I see a big plate of yin choy. I like that. You must be so relieved to have cleaned up your house. Your friend is so nice to help you look after your house for 6 months. What a very good friend.

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  2. Yes, used to hate coming home from a long holiday - so tired and yet, so much waiting to be done at home. Food looks great! I guess with great friends around and all the good food, you will not miss your cute grandson so much.

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  3. back home and having local good food! such a bliss!

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  4. I don't like the same after back from a week holiday or so. The dust smell. Phew. I couldn't imagine when away for 6 months!!!

    What nice welcoming home meal. All dishes looked yummy.

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  5. Your BFF is memang BFF to help you clean your house in your absence! I bet you missed all these Ipoh food. All looks delicious!

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