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Our First Day In Aberdeen

MY EYES OPENED TO A NEW MORNING IN  ABERDEEN AT AROUND 7AM...

YES... Definitely jet lag is the cause, it is 1pm in Malaysia... And I was not the only one, when I turned to the side of the bed, my girl was already up with her handphone in her hands already!  Lol... For someone who loves to sleep, that was a rare sight.... Since we could not sleep any longer, we got up without wasting any more time in bed.  And funny thing is, we were both famished and the first thing she requested was a bowl of nice piping hot noodles!  Yummmmsss... I certainly would love that too and within some half hour or do, our breakfast was ready!

Wasting no time, we prepared ourselves for an outing around the vicinity.... The groceries were all within walking distance and you know what?  It feels so good to walk on the ground for the first time even though this is my second time here.  My previous trip during last October, I was not in a walking mode but on the two big wheelchair and needed to be pushed all the time.  Thank God for my two patient companions who made the trip possible and enjoyable for me despite my handicap.  Now thinking back, it was indeed a hassle.... Hmmmm....

Back to our first morning, we went to get some groceries... And while walking to the cashier, I realized I did not have any cash with me.... No sterling ...no pounds... Oh dear, how forgetful can I get!  We shedded off more calories by walking home again to retrieve some money... Lol...

Oh yeah, we made appointment to meet up my ever faithful and helpful Mary Moh at Asda.... Great to see her again!!  And to cut my post short, we had lunch in her her B and B guest house.... Her homecooked bowl of noodles received warm applause from both of us... Mary is a fast and efficient cook, within few minutes, we were served with her famous noodles in chicken and wine soup!   Not only that, we came back for dinner in the evening to have dinner and fellowship with the some wonderful Asians from Malaysia and China.

Food and fellowship indeed blends well together!
Our early morning noodles....
Feels good to step on the ground this time round...
At the groceries...
Mary's Kitchen in Aberdeen...one will not miss Malaysian Food with Mary around!
Her homemade bowl of chicken noodles in wine soup!
Our dinner with the young adults....i am the most senior there!
Handmade Pan Mee from Mary's Kitchen...
Just type in Mary's Kitchen in Aberdeen in FB and her mouth watering goodies will be displayed!

Comments

  1. The "senior" is so young and carefree lah!

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  2. wah...shioknyer...got nice homely noodles at a far-away land!

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  3. Say hello to Mary & Steven for me. Had pan mee this morning, what a coincidence. Post on that coming soon.

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  4. Definitely would not miss Malaysian food with Mary's kitchen around.

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  5. The guest house looks very cozy

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  6. Her food looks beautiful!! She is a wonderful cook! Now I want noodles!

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  7. Wonder when i have chance to meet Mary...

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  8. Wonder when i have chance to meet Mary...

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