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Evening At Parkson Grand And Starbucks, Ipoh

Late post tonight cos we just came back from Parkson Grand... we went there to take our dinner at the food court.  But as we were walking pass a music stall, Andy got fascinated with a drum set displayed.  He has a passion for drums and he always go online for gator drums at guitar center to browse around.  I really would like to get him a drum set, I am thinking of surprising him as a gift for his birthday.

 At the lobby... CNY decorations...
At the food court... deciding what to eat... 
I ordered spicy Pan Mee...
A plate of Paku Pakis salad... 
 And some crispy fried dumplings to go with the noodles...

After our dinner, we walked into Parkson Grand...  Andy needed to get a long sleeve shirt urgently and he managed to find one of his choice. He is rather picky on his attire and I am glad that he got what he wanted...and not only him, someone got herself a pair of shoes too!
One for each... no squabbles.. hahaha.... 
Time to go Starbucks!!
As for myself, I am very contented sitting here like a queen... 
Waiting to be served...
Queuing up to get a drink and a piece of cake...
Andy bought this for us....
Really nice to have Andy Handy around...
A nice cool Chocolate Cream Chip Frappucino!
Our fruitful evening spent....
Now it is time to rest my weary legs...

Comments

  1. Nice Starbie from Abu Dhabi eh~ I think Starbie cake is too pricy... RM11.55 per piece :o

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    1. I think my son got a free cake cos of the membership? Pay RM20 and get a free cake.. then use the money for the drinks.. something like that...

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  2. wow, starbucks..I haven't been there for a long time.

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    1. Coffee bean, Starbucks.. always crowded during weekends? Chilling place for youngters? :)

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  3. You are a fan of starbucks? :O

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    1. My son is.. he said he goes there to study.. believe moe? hahaha..

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  4. Jgn jeles..I had petai fried rice tonight lol

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    1. Nasib baik baru baca ni... now early morning.. thinking of bfast now.. what to take ah? Petai fried rice? :)

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  5. Seems very quiet there ! Got see any ghosts ?

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  6. You are the queen of the house mah, hahaha. Andy urgently needed to get a shirt for his interview, rite? Youngsters of cos picky about their attire,like my son too.

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  7. Wahhhhh!!!! Pan mee & paku look so so so good! Drooling! Andy going for interview? Good luck to him, all the best & God bless.

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  8. Gawd, your last picture look like a sister than a mummy.. If you walk hand-in-hand with Andy, people would think you guys are bf &gf.. Kid you not..

    I personally like soupy pan-mee (pinch).. I always order "pan mein mit ching tong", haha.. Love the crunchy ikan bilis and the belacan too..

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    1. Louiz, that is a nice compliment.. but you know la.. cameras nowadays can do wonders one.. see me in real and the difference will be very obvious!! hahaha...

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  9. the boy got his shirt and the girl got her pair of shoes.. what about the queen?? hahaha, just being served with a piece of cake and frappucino?? but she was happy!! :)

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    1. Yeah.. right!! Waiting to be served is better than digging out pocket to pay for own shopping.. hahaha..

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  10. I like to eat paku. All the best to your son's interview.

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  11. Hi there.. The Spicy Pan Mee and crispy fried dumplings look so good. All the best for your son's interview.. ^^

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    1. Thank you Phoebe.. yes, the food was not bad...

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  12. Ooh nice, you have the Abu Dhabi Starbucks tumbler! :D

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  13. You request them to pour your drinks into your own tumblr?

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