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Shopping Both Ways

For the past few days, my girl and I have been driving around to get familiarize with the area where we are staying.  The very first important place we should know is where we get our food and the groceries.  These  two categories is a necessity in our everyday life here and now we are quite familiar with a few places after staying here for a week now.
 We drove around the vicinity to get familiarized with the roads....
Looks familiar?  
Yes, indeed it does..... 
We come by almost every day!
Fortunately it is quite near to where we are staying....
Otherwise it can be quite tedious to come by for every little thing we need....
Parking can be a problem during hectic hours of the day....
 And each time we come, we end up buying some stuff... and carrying them all the way to the car park...
 What is nice here is the real greens they use to decorate the parking lots....

Anyway, what I want to say here is that there are some other ways of doing some shopping without feeling the heat and the stress of driving out purposely to get a few stuff.  Someone recommended me this website called iPrice, one of the One-Stop shopping destinations done online without hassle.  Based on what I read, iPrices is your helping hand when it comes to online shopping, they help to find what you are looking for after which they will hand you over to their trusted e-commerce partners to actually buy the products you  want. In this manner , they  aggregates all the products from the most trusted e-commerce shops in Asia and globally onto one platform.  And the most important function of iPrice is that they are are alway looking for the lastest coupons, deals and voucher codes in Malaysia in order that you and I can save big on every purchase.   More or less, iPrice is your one stop shopping destination as it is written here.

Well, what we like is a balance of both worlds...
Online shopping and going to malls....
Talking about shopping, I might be needing some winter wear..
Yes, it is still spring now but I am planning to go somewhere cold this coming June..
Meanwhile...
Do whatever we like to do...
Like what is written in this image above...
JUST DO IT!!


Comments

  1. Have you moved? Or are just on vacation? No matter what, you are together!

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    1. Yes, we will shuttle between two places now and then...

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  2. Don't they have trolleys fror customers to use to push their purchases to their cars?

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    1. Of course they do, but we didn't want to use them if our goods are not heavy...

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  3. Yep, just do it! And yolo - You only live once, hehe.. Got Aeon nearby, mat dou kautim liao.. Can get everything from Aeon..

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  4. That's the way, just do it! Life is great with both worlds, enjoy your shopping.

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  5. Huh?! You moved to Johor ?! No longer staying in Ipoh? ;(

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  6. So far I haven't tried online shopping. Only did that for books.

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  7. There's a McDonald opposite Aeon, I usually take CW3 from Jurong East and stop by Aeon Bukit Indah and my friend will pick me up from there as my friend staying nearby there, and a shop Ming Ang Confectionery Sdn Bhd. http://limsharon.blogspot.sg/2014/10/ming-ang-confectionery-sdn-bhd.html near McDonald which i like to drop by if i go JB...

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