Jason in Malaysia

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

This post is a compilation of (almost all) the stuffs Jason did during his visit here!

Well, the events that were caught on camera anyway. And excluding, of course, the other stuff I already blogged about.

So the minute he touched down, the whole gang (Papa, Mummy, Lena, Alan, Aunty Sandra, Jason & Me) went for...

Dinner @ Seafood Station, Aman Suria (7th October, 2007)

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All of us @ Seafood Station.

Food wasn't terribly good but it was all right.

Personally didn't think it was the best Welcome-to-Malaysia dinner but Jason seemed to enjoy it. I hope.


The next night, I took him for a good ol' Malaysian supper (a.k.a yumcha session place) at one of my favourite places to yumcha...

Supper @ Original Kayu, Aman Suria (8th October, 2007)

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Roti Tisu.

Needless to say, Jay was thoroughly amazed by the Roti Tisu. We had pretty yummy Tandoori Chicken as well. The gravy for it was really addictive but it sure made our breaths smell really super!


The next day, we spent the day mostly at home.

Tini cooked up her famous and super delish Nasi Lemak for Jason (who, by the way, has never before had any Nasi Lemak in his life... EVER!).

Brunch @ Home (9th October, 2007)

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Jason with the Nasi Lemak.

After trying my maid's Nasi Lemak (originally my Mom's recipe, of course), the following other times he ate Nasi Lemak outside, according to him, was of no comparison.

Plus, our recipe is really healthy too! Apparently, the seeds of a chili is very unhealthy and bad for you, which is what our Nasi Lemak does not have.

I'm no pro in this sector so it's nothing I can justify... tastes good; eat!


Later in the evening, Jay helped me walk Hero.

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The little dog leading the big man.

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The owner who dislikes her own pet.


'Course I'm kidding! Hero's my sweetheart.


On the same night, Mummy and I brought Jay to Kota Damansara for some more Malaysian delicacies!

Dinner @ Kota Damansara (9th October, 2007)

I forgot the name of the place but it's this HUGE restaurant with all the tiny stalls in a corner lot. Pretty hard to miss.

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Clockwise from top right: Fruit Rojak, Jay enjoying his grub, Popia, Cantonese Fried Noodles & Char Kuey Teow.

Honest, I've never eaten THIS MUCH Malaysian cuisine in my whole entire life until Jason actually came here.


The following night, Papa brought us all (same people as the last family dinner) out including a couple of my Mum's friends.

Dinner @ Some Chinese Restaurant, Klang Valley (10th October, 2007)

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The Food.

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The People.

The food here was really quite interesting. I mean, check out the pair of coconuts. That's Tom Yam + Curry + Prawns in it. Crazy combination there.

All in all, was an enjoyable dinner!

By the way, the drink Aunty Sandra is holding? It's booze.

Moonshine thingy.


My Mom, Aunty Sandra, Jason & Me went over to Malacca the same weekend.

Stayed a night over there.

I haven't been to Malacca ever since I was 10 so it was pretty fun to reminisce the place.

When we arrived, we first stopped by...

Taman Mini Malaysia, Malacca (13th October, 2007)

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Jason in Mini Malaysia.

I hope you know what Mini Malaysia is all about. If you don't, don't call yourself a Malaysian please.

Anyway, Aunty Sandra, Jason and I went into ALL 13 traditional houses of each state.

I'd say the best was the last two houses which were the Sabah and Sarawak long houses. All made out of bamboo! Was my favourite back when I was 10 and it still is now!

Here are a few pics of us touring the place!

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Kampung Nat.

Haha! Look so ridiculous.

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Kampung Jay.

Haha!! He looks funnier still!

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Jason looks like he truly belongs.

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All three of us in one of the Kampung Houses!


I still can't get over Jason's uber teensy hat!!! LOL!! He looks like a trishaw puller! You knoooww, those typical Chinamen!!! Hahahahaha.

Sooo funnay.

Sorry, I syok sendiri.

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Me & the Head of a Deer.

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Me; reading the Al-Quran.

Of course, I'm not really reading it. Tulisan Jawi is complete gibberish to me.

The next picture may seem a little bit obscene for some of you if I do say so myself!

I've warned you!!!
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Jason the Kampung Gigolo.

Can you feeeeeelll the heaaaaatttt?


That pose of his... SERIOUS.

Haha. Quite sensual, really.


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In the Bamboo House.

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Jason climbing up the stairs made out of the bark of a tree to the Bamboo House.

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Walla Walla Bing Bang Buuuu!

I've no idea what I just typed. I'm actually getting awful sleepy.

Must.... persevere... must... finish.... post!!


So after Mini Malaysia, we went for tea then, over to the place we were all gonna stay in (Aunty Sandra's relatives empty place), settled in and soon after, went for dinner.

I'm so sleepy I can't be bothered to remember where we went. There were no pictures so what the heck.

But for the next morning, before my Mom and I left for home (Aunty Sandra and Jason were to stay a few more days), we ate the famous Chicken Rice Ball.

Breakfast @ Some Restaurant That Serves Chicken Rice Ball in Malacca (14th October, 2007)

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The Rice Balls, the Chicken & Mummy.

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Closer upper of the Chicken.


When Jason returned from Malacca, I brought him out for...

Jalan-Jalan @ Chao-Yang Night Market, SS2 (17th October, 2007)

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A Lobak Something or Something Lobak Thing.

Forgot what it's called... not even sure if there is the word "Lobak" for the name... but it sure looked tasty and sure smelled tasty but the line was sooooo long that we didn't manage to get a taste of it in the end!

So I brought him for some:

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Yummmmyyy. Love Fatty Steamboat. MMMM!!!

So unhealthy but so good!

I got my Hep B shot so I'm pretty safe. You better make sure you got that shot or else... not safe to eat lok-lok!!


The next day, I was rushing to hand in a poster for Sociology.

I had to make a huge poster of a portfolio on a Famous American Sportsman.


No, not the singer. That's Louis Armstrong.

And no, not the first man on the moon. That's Neil Armstrong.

Yes, we all get confused. I know I did. Until I had to work on this poster. Then, I got all my Armstrongs in order.

So, anyway, thanks to Jason, the poster was finished the day itself.

It took the whole darn day and would've finished faster if my actual group member (Sociology classmate) came to help.

But it's all goooood! Why??

Because I got FULL MARKS for my poster!! YIPPEEE!!!

My lecturer quoted, "If anyone gave in enough effort, I will award them full marks! Like the Lance Armstrong Poster."

Honestly, if Jason wasn't around to help me, I wouldn't be able to finish it in time. Am really grateful!!

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My Lance Armstrong Poster.

Had to hide behind my poster. I'm looking far too gross to be on camera.

What do you expect after working that many hours on the darn poster?!

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Swear I didn't realize he took the picture with me in it.

But yes, that is relief on my face (and part admiration of my own poster, hehe. Thick skin). And haha, my nighty matches my bedsheets!

And yes, those sequins on the "Lance Armstrong" was not quick to finish. It took us about 2 episodes of South Park watching to finish sticking all the sequins.


Two mornings later, my Mummy's friends (not the same ones as before) brought Papa, Mummy, Jason and Me to eat...

Bak-Kut-Teh @ Klang Valley (20th October, 2007)

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The little girl is the cutest ever!

Anyway, the Bak-Kut-Teh here was pretty awesome.The dishes were top notch and the soup itself was really tasty.

One of the better Bak-Kut-Tehs I had.

And heyyy, I just realized that there isn't a picture of me in there! Oh, well. Was busy stuffing my face with food, I guess.


In the evening on the same day, my Papa brought Jason for...

Kiting @ Some Field in Shah Alam (20th October, 2007)

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Papa & the Kite.

My cousin specializes in kites. He makes kites and well, flies kites. And these are not your ordinary kites, mind!!

Very professional stuff here. Tourney quality kites, they are!

I mean, look at the size! And the material is also super happening.

My cousin actually gave me one of those kites back when I was younger and I used to fly it all the time especially during the rainy season when it was really windy.

It's really fun, you know! You guys have to try it some time.

We're talking about HUGE, pretty looking kites here!! Not those handmade plastic bag kampung kites, okayyy.

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The Diamond Shaped Kite.


Remember I mentioned that Jason cooked for me?

Yep! He cooked me an absolutely delish pasta dish!!

No guy has ever cooked for me before and although this is completely informal and Jason just really loves to cook and cooks all the time back home.... I still feel touched!

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Jason in the kitchen.

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My Favourite Type of Pasta Dish.

Tomato Based Pasta! With Mushroom, Cheese, Basil Leaves & my favourite pasta, Penne!

Jason claims that back home in Vancouver, he can cook up a better one for me.

I'm already excited!!


On his last night in Malaysia, we actually went up to Genting.

Well, my Mom and Aunty Sandra were already up watching a concert or something so my Dad brought Jason and Me up for...

Dinner @ Chuan Kee Restaurant, Goh Tong Jaya (4th November, 2007)

There's a billion restaurants in Goh Tong Jaya that I always never knew which was the best to dine in.

But this restaurant (Chuan Kee) is apparently Mr. Lim Goh Tong's favourite restaurant and there are loads of pictures of International Celebrities eating in that restaurant!!

Gotta be some good shite, eh?

Well, it is!

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Clockwise from top right: Some Frog Dish, One of My Favourite Fish Dish, Bitter Gourd Dish and Crispy Pork in Sweet Black Sauce Dish.

All super yummy!!!

We-ell, except the Bitter Gourd which I did not eat. Yucks.

Who eats Bitter Gourd? Ew.

Oh, I actually missed out a picture a Jason's favourite dish. Some Brinjal Dish. I don't actually like Brinjal (not at all actually.. I don't eat vegetables which are not green and those that are bitter. Other than that, I'm really good with my veggie... can eat a whole plate normally!) but that Brinjal Dish was some good stuff!

I actually ate quite a bit of it!

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Papa, Jason & Me.

After dinner, we went up to check meet up with Mummy and Aunty Sandra and then we went to check out the Casino.

Gosh, sure was weird going into the Casino with my Dad. What's more is I'm underage (21 & above only) so I had to show my fake ID.... and my Dad didn't even say anything!

Not bad. Didn't know he was so cool. Haha.

So, that's about it, then!

Phew... I'm seriously gonna doze off.

Before that...

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Jason & Me in Genting.

Hope you had a blast here in Malaysia and hope I was a passable hostess ;)

See you soon, Jay!


Blogger adeline says..

you seemed like a pretty good host.=)
jason looks pretty hot btw.=P

Thursday, November 15, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous says..

May i know what breed Hero is? :)

Monday, November 26, 2007  
Blogger Miss Wishful says..

Adeline: I worked hard to be ;) And don't let him find out; his head will inflate, haha!

Anonymous: Hero is a Jack Russell Terrier!

Monday, November 26, 2007  

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