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Classmates Reunion Dinner At Kok Thai Restaurant, Ipoh

HOW MANY YEARS...

There is one lady whom I have not seen since we left school in 1977.  Many of us did not know her whereabouts until recently, somehow, someone managed to contact her.  So happy when we heard that she came back for holidays in Ipoh and we caught hold of her for a meet-up with those who can made it for this dinner.  Actually it was the second time they had arranged for a dinner, the first time was held two weeks ago and I was not around then.

When I came back, I arranged to meet up with her and those who joined us for this evening came to around 13 or 14... one of them dropped by at the restaurant to say Hi... and Bye... LOL... For this evening we ordered some dishes, I did not take any pictures of the food, yes, I was busy "yakking" and catching up with the ladies... These foodie pictures are from one of my friends who posted them on FB the same night...
Not sure how much but each of us paid RM30... 
Do the maths.... LOL... 
And the non-stop images after the dinner was through.... 

Here we are... near and far....
Thank you for the wonderful time together, girls!
We must do this more often!


Comments

  1. Wow. Big ladies gathering. So merry and joyful occasion to catch up with old friends.

    1977? I was born that year and you already graduated from school. Lol.

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  2. I love reunions!!! One coming up end of the month in Kuching but I can't go - weekends, I've my chauffeur duties - send my girl to her school in the jungle. She did not get her transfer AGAIN! :(

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  3. So wonderful to be able to meet up with old classmates and beautiful ladies!

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  4. Nice gathering with old friend over delicious food!

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  5. That's great re-union of old friends. Hope you all had wonderful time together...

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  6. Rm 30 only each person for so many dishes, that is the benefit of eating and sharing in big group

    Beautiful group picture and beautiful ladies

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  7. nice catching up over good food.

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  8. Wow... to meet someone who have not been in touch for 4 decades is really an awesome. 😃

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  9. wah, these ladies looking fabulous in photos! RM30 for a meal like this is very reasonable.

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