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Convent "Old" Girls At Kampar Club, Ipoh

GOOD TO BE BACK IN IPOH and everything was back to normal again! The next night after my arrival, I was back on a food galore again... this time we had a gathering to welcome back a an "old classmate" from New Zealand. This was a pre-planned dinner since last December! She must be missing us lots and looking forward to seeing us... Now with smart phones, everything is made easy and possible.. just open a Watsapp group and we can get things organized fast and smooth! :)

We decided to have our gathering at Kampar Club... with vast parking and a nice ambience, it was just a perfect place.... 
In fact, it is such a cosy place... 
We even have our own private room...  
There is a bistro club in the compound itself...
Reached there early to capture some pictures... as usual! :)
There is a technique to take this shot...

 I just have to shout "Leng Lui!!"
And everyone, well almost everyone... 
They turned round and flashed me their sweetest smiles!!
hahahahaa...
While waiting for the others to arrive, 
We got to taste some Easter eggs from NZ! 
And now.... presenting the food from Kampar Club...
Steamed Woo Soe Kai...
Yammy Yam with vegetables..
Chicken in rice wine... 
Good for ladies!!
The Four Greens Combination...
Smoothie Beancurd...
Butterich Squids...
Baked Fish in Thai Sauce..
 Yam with greens...
Salted Egg Pumpkin And Bitter Gourd
Let's get started!!
Soon .... our tummies fully satisfied...
Time for shots!
Catching up as well....
Born under the same year... 
And someone commented I "fly" a lot...
So here I am ...
Flying without Wings... 
hahahaha...  
Feeling young again.. and doing what we wanted to do....
Evergreen.... Memories.. light the corners of our eyes...
hahahahaa...
Did we really do this???? 
Feeling young wannabes!!
Everyone brings smiles....  
 
Great to see each other again!
Sweet Smiles....
Great friendship...
Kisses toooooo!!!
Let's face the camera.... Big Eyes.. Big smiles!
Not one left the place without smiles on their faces!
A picture for the album before we parted our separate ways....
Thank you for the wonderful gathering!!
Ladies, let's do that once again.. and again... till come what may...
Shalom!!


Comments

  1. Your fly shirt like butterfly...

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  2. What a wonderful gathering. Looks like everyone has a great time of fellowship, food, smiles and catching up!!!

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  3. What a nice gathering.. Love all the food here.. You look so young la..

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    1. Thank you! Put up the best picture... not nice ones, cast aside.. hahahaa..

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  4. That club looks like some place overseas...I thought it was in Adelaide. I love reunions!

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    1. This place is not too bad... parking best!

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  5. Maybe one of the day, we can have a blogger's gathering, hahaha...

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  6. Nice blouse. You do look like a bird! Haha.

    Nice people, great food and place.

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  7. what a wonderful gathering seeing each other, and I guess the one who was back from NZ must be so touched.. got good food and also meeting all the leng leng hau sang lui!!! hahaha.. I remember you have been there before, because I remember the salted egg pumpkin and bittergourd leh~~ :p

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    1. Young man means young.... can remember very well!

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  8. What a lovely photo Claire, with your widespread wings in such a colourful nice blouse. Can see you are really enjoying your retirement. :)

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  9. Fun Fun, and lots of smiles all around! The feast looks so delicious! And you look so lovely in that pretty blouse.

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  10. What a nice gathering. Lots of fun & delicious food. Nice butterfly blouse you have there....and getting ready to fly, hahaha!!!

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  11. phewitt...so many ipoh lenglui there.... aiyo..the food makes me drool

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    1. Take you there next time.. bookmark please!

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  12. The dishes here, see then immediately know is from a Malaysian restaurant rather than angmoh restaurant! XD

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  13. The ladies all look so happy, sharing good food and great company!

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