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Precious Moments Of Round-Up Trip

A roundup of what and how I enjoyed myself during my three days short stay in Kuala Lumpur.... I would love to do these again and again whenever the opportunity arises...

 Evening stroll before dinner....
Eating durians till the face goes "funny looking!"
Muak Muak....
And eating them continuously in the kitchen.....
But not to worry, I did a lot of exercise here.... 
(Picking up the ping pang ball can be very strenuous!)
Last and not least, I love this the most...
"Jamming" with the youth... 
They make me feel young too...
"When Will I See You Again?
When will we share these Precious Moments?

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  1. Wow, durian feast. I love durians too. You look sleepy in the 2nd pix. Too much durian I guess.

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  2. You are forever young at heart Claire! :)

    Happy new year!

    And please email me your mailing address at roliew@yahoo.com

    Thanks.

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  3. Reminds me that I always get tired after played badminton, wasn't because of the exercise of playing, is tired of picking up the shuttlecock!!! =[

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  4. Happy New Year Claire! Good to see you can still eat a lot of durian. I love to eat durian but now the magic seems to be fading, don't know why - the durians just do not seem to taste as nice as they used to - I guess I am just getting old and my taste changed.

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    1. I am very choosy when it comes to durians, I let someone taste first... then if good, I will take.. :p

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  5. huh?? "They make me feel young too"?? what did you mean by that, you ARE very young in fact wat~~ haha!! :p

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    1. hahhaa... what a nice compliment on the last day of 2013!! Thank kiu!!

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  6. Wow, so many durians in the 2nd pictures, makes me crave for it, hehe....

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    1. Over here cheaper than Singapore anytime... so... you know what to do eh...

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  7. Happy New Year 2014 to you and your family... :)

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  8. Happy New year 2014... I'm looking my bunch of friends to arrive in Kuala Lumpur for our countdown in KL :)

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  9. You really know how to enjoy life better than me! I must learn from you - eat durian and then play ping pong!!!

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  10. HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014 TO YOU AND FAMILY!

    HAPPY BLOGGING TOO!

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  11. Wahhhhhh!!!! So lucky! All I get are bills, bills...and more bills! :(

    Happy New Year 2014 to you and your loved ones!

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    1. Oopssss!!!! Now how did this get here? I just posted this comment in some other blog and I was wondering where it had disappeared to. Tsk! Tsk!

      Anyway, the greetings stay - Happy New Year to you and everybody!

      P.S. No w, whose bald head is that? Aaron's balding so badly already? Eeeeee....better get marrie dfast lor! Muahahahahahaha!!!!!

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  12. wow, durians! I just had durians just now! Happy New Year! May the year be filled with joy and laughter.

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