Saturday Brunch @ Mr. & Ms. Cafe

8 Sep

I’ve heard so much about Mr. & Ms. Cafe and their breakfast and brunch. Finally, I got my chance at stuffing myself with all their famous brekkie items on the menu!

As for me, weekend brunch is a mean to catch up with friends, or make new ones. It is something that urban people difficult to do, due to their busy weekdays schedule.

If you know me, you know i go back to hometown almost every weekend to spend time with my family. Therefore, i hardly have a chance brunching with friends on weekend in KL/PJ. Last Saturday is rare, i called few close friends out! Weekend brunch is not a new trend. Especially in the city of Klang Valley. There are a lot cafes that I love to rave about!

The atmosphere here is crowded, noisy and gives you a little American lane kind of mood. People are lining up to get service and the crews are hurrying to fill the crowd demand. The patrons varies, from young people to older. Many patrons were seated enjoying their meals or coffee and good company. The cafe atmosphere is warm and inviting.



I had The Meaty Big Brekky (RM23.90), which comprises eggs of your choice (poached, fried & scrambled), wholemeal toast, herb chicken sausages, turkey ham, beef bacon, button mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, hash brown and homemade baked beans. There’s one thing i need to highlight is the chicken hams was very salty to me. I know hams are salty, but this one was extremely horrible! I am not sure if anyone got the same feeling as me or not, or maybe i was bad luck on that day? :(



The Eggs Benedict (RM15.90) comes of poached eggs topped with hollandaise sauce on wholemeal toast and underneath, asparagus, sauteed mushrooms and turkey ham.


My friend, Aaron ordered a Latte (RM9.00). According to him the latte was creamy and nice but it came in warm instead of hot. Probably because they took the cream from the fridge and straight away put on the latte that caused the latte not hot.


This cafe is ideal for catch up with friends or spend time with family, but definitely not for longer hang-out. We have a strong sense that the waitress were chasing us away once we’ve finished all our foods. Plates was took away very fast as soon as we finished. I was shocked when the waitress took my Chilled Lime (RM6.90) away without asking me if i have finished or not. I would said they are too ‘efficient & fast’!


Aaron & Mei


Myself & Joey


Three gorgeous ladies ;)


Again.. Myself & Joey


After paid the bill (total RM156.00 for 5 person), we then chilled out at the Mamak stall few shops away from Mr. & Ms. Cafe…

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Mr. & Ms. Cafe

B-G-3A Block B, Oasis Square, Jalan PJU 1A/7A Ara Damansara, 47301 Petaling Jaya

Business Hours: Tue – Fri: 10am – 6pm, Sat-Sun: 9am – 5pm, Closed on Mon

Tel: 03-7859 6665

GPS Coordinates: 3.123937 , 101.5767366

Website: ; Instagram:


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Road Trip To Batu Pahat

25 Aug

Firstly, i would like to share my happiness with you.. My second sister has just delivered a baby girl on 22 July!

So, we went down to Batu Pahat to visit her.

Very excited and can’t wait to start the journey.


Leaving home from Seremban.


We stayed in Ideal Villa 《 理想。家园 》 . Ideal Villa is a double storey semi-d. I was told that the owner turned this big house to a be guest house after they moved to a new place.

I like the greenery, adding to the home’s tropical feel.

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Spacious car porch.

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Bicycles are provided. Perfect for a ride on evening. My brother and brother in laws were riding to Tasik Y for fun.

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Everything in this place is great except the water heater in master bedroom and another room down stair are not working.



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This place is very suitable for big group of family or friend that come to Batu Pahat for holiday, it is also a good idea for wedding ceremony (新娘出嫁), as well as parties or company event and etc.

If you would like to have buffet or decoration for your event / ceremony, they are able to provide. Isn’t it perfect?

A lake garden – Tasik Y is just across the road.





Ideal Villa 《 理想。家园 》is a very comfortable and cozy place to stay in. Highly recommended.

Ideal Villa 《 理想。家园 》

Address: Jalan Kenanga, 83000 Batu Pahat

Contact: 012-798 8328



At night, we had dinner at Wonderland Curry Fish Head (欢乐园).

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Fish head curry is the signature food here. The soft, succulent The fish meat were soft and succulent with a rich and thick curry gravy, together with lady’s fingers and beancurd.

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These are the other foods that we ordered.

Fried Chicken Wings

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Bitter-gourd Egg

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Sambal Petai Prawn

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Salted Egg Chicken

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Crispy Yam Ring with Kung Pao Chicken

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Wonderland Curry Fish 欢乐园正宗咖哩鱼头餐馆

Address: 195, Jalan Shahbandar, ,83000 Batu Pahat, Johor Malaysia

Contact: 017-789 6599

Business Hour: 11:30am – 3:00pm, 5:30pm – 10:30pm


The next day morning, we checked out and headed to Ming Castle for dim sum.

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Ming Castle 名阁点心楼

Address: 181, Jalan Abu Bakar, 83000, Batu Pahat, Johor

Contact: 07-438 2399


After finished our breakfast, my brother in law took us to go and buy some ‘local & famous’ foods in Batu Pahat.

We’ve bought:


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Ogura Cake from Family Pastry Shop (芳邻) . FB:

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Family Pastry Shop 芳邻西点蛋糕

Address: 102,Jalan Rotan Batu, Taman Sri Jaya, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor

Contact: 012-708 6213


The final shop we went is Sin Sin Foodstuff 新新食品 . This place is very famous with their Angku Kuih. From the traditional lotus paste, coconut to yam and also green tea.

Sin Sin Foodstuff 新新食品

Address: 36-4 Jalan Jenang, Batu Pahat, 83000, Malaysia

Contact: +607-4316599

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After ‘shopping’ for foods, we went back to my brother in law’s house for lunch.

You can see those yummy sushi rolls are lying on the table. It’s all made by my brother in law’s niece’s boyfriend. He is only 19 years old and having his own Japanese sushi store.

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The adorable baby with her beautiful happy grandma-ma a.k.a my mommy! Haha!!


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Last but not least, thank you Lim (my younger brother in law) for the car ride all the way from Seremban to Batu Pahat, Boon & his family (my second brother in law a.k.a the baby’s papa) for giving us a very wonderful memory (from the beautiful cozy homestay, yummy foods, and etc), you’re such an excellent host!

Bye B.P till we meet again next time!

Honeymoon @ Tokyo – Day 1

11 Jun

It was a short honeymoon. We spent one week in Japan (Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka). Our favourite part of travelling is the whole cultural experience: food, language, history, etc. It’s important that you and your partner have a honeymoon you’ll both enjoy.

We covered three major cities in Japan this time round – Osaka, Kyoto and Tokyo.

I recommend booking your honeymoon at least nine months in advance, to allow your specialist to confirm the places and hotels you would like to include in your itinerary, especially if you will be travelling during peak season. This is the lesson for us. We have made our honeymoon trip last minute, due to my hubby’s busy work schedule. Initially, we planned to visit Mount Fuji. Coincidentally it was a long holiday in Japan during that time, all trains are fully booked and local tours usually not providing any tour package for this period on every year. So if you intend to visit Mount Fuji and don’t like the super extremely crowds, please note that and avoid travelling on the first week of May.

Day 1: Arrival Narita International Airport – Transfer to Hotel Washington, Shinjuku

MH0070, departed at 9:50am from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.




Hubby & i were having so much fun on board. 

After 6 hours 52 minutes of flying, we finally arrived in Narita International Airport. We hired a limo to the hotel. Destination from the airport to Shinjuku Washington Hotel is approximately 1 hour 10 minutes (80km).

Due to our last minute trip, plus the long holiday in Japan, most of the hotels are fully booked. We managed to book the Shinjuku Washington Hotel. Thanks to Candy – our all time travel agent in KL.

Shinjuku Washington Hotel is rather a standard modern business-type hotel. The rooms are standard, a bit on the small side, but this is appears to be standard for Japan. The room was comfortable, clean, and the bathroom was well-supplied. I love the Shiseido shampoo and conditioner! The service was good, the staff pleasant and helpful. Free WIFI. There are 4 restaurants to choose from for breakfast but the 3 restaurants we went to always had long lines– not good if you are rushing to catch a tour group.  The 4 restaurants are: Manhattan Table Grill & Dining (Japanese + Western buffet style), Baron Cafe & Bar (American Breakfast), 八吉 (Japanese Meal), Fujita (Japanese + Western buffet style).

The Airport Shuttle Bus and all tour buses stop in front of the Mail Building (not the Annex). As mentioned this is a business hotel, no luxury or big lobby and no swimming pool, because we are outside all day so its fine for us, actually even if there is a swimming pool or gym in the hotel, i don’t think i will have time to enjoy the facilities. But if you like to swim during your vacation, find more expensive hotel such as Hyatt and Hilton are near by and of course the price is double than this hotel.

The hotel location is good, safe and convenient. There is a family mart which opens 24 hours on the ground floor. 15 minute walk to Shinjuku Station, which has numerous subway and railway lines. There is even a long underground passage to the station (useful on a rainy day). Between the hotel and station, there has a lot of restaurants and shops, even along the underground passage. All restaurants and stores are within walking distance, so its fun to walk.

Checkout was rather quick. No hassle. Just swipe and drop your room card.

Shinjuku Washington Hotel
3-2-9 Nishi-Shinjuku,
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo,
Japan 160-8336
Tel :  +81 3 3343-3111
Fax : +81 3 3342-2575









Obsession For Collagen Drink

23 May

If you know me well, you will know that i get obsession of collagen drink.

In Bangkok, there are many type of collagen drinks selling in 7-11.

Hubby got me this Konyakky Japanese Peptide Collagen when he came back from Bangkok recently.

The ingredients:
Pineapple Juice
Bubble Konyakku
Orange Juice
Red Grape Juice
Japanese Peptide Collagen
Citric Acid
Vitamin C



Grand Shanghai Food Theme Park @ Setiawalk Puchong

16 Apr

Last week i went to Setiawalk Puchong for some personal matters. Meantime i also went to Grand Shanghai Food Theme Park located one floor below the cinema.

Grand Shanghai is a good place to start. Here, you’ll enjoy good variety of food options as well as taking pictures.

















Grand Shanghai Food Theme Park
Level 4, Setia Walk, Puchong
GPS Coordinates: 3°1’50″N 101°37’1″E
(Park in the basement at Zone E and take the elevator up)

Sa-wa-dee-kah Bangkok, Thailand!

14 Jan

Before the Chinese New Year coming, i decided to go to Bangkok for a short trip and of cause shopping! I supposed to go together with my good friend – Joey, but didn’t make it. So end up my darling accompanied me to go.

Whenever i go to Bangkok, i’d prefer somewhere more interesting, maybe a boutique backpacker place which is not too far from the city centre. My priority for my hotel room is clean and convenient! This time we stayed in First House Hotel.

First House Hotel located in Pratunam area. You have no idea, staying here is super convenient! believe me! This place is clean, comfortable and offer very good prices, breakfast provided and free wifi. For an internet freak like me, free wifi is extremely important! However, i am not so happy with the wifi here due to the weak connection all the time. Our room was clean with wooden floor (but it’s cleaner than those carpeted ones), clean toilet, hot water (weak water pressure, but it was fine), fridge, hairdryer, toiletries provided but I suggest you bring your own or buy at 7/11 just downstairs. Big bottle of water given everyday, TV with many channels, clean sheets and pillow, spacious room to put all your shopping stuffs, great location! McDonalds, 7-11 stores are just across the road. 5 mins walking distance to Pratunam Market, Platinum Fashion Mall, Shibuya, Big C and etc! For this trip, we did not take any public transport in the city except taxi to and from airport. We walked from hotel to Platinum Shopping Mall, Central World and Siam Paragon. Really near and convenient!!

One of the main purpose of coming here is praying. I knew tomorrow will be anti-government protest here so i after checked-in the hotel, we headed straight to The Erawan Shrine (Thai: ศาลพระพรหม, San Phra Phrom).  It is a Hindu shrine in Bangkok, Thailand, that houses a statue of Phra Phrom, the Thai representation of the Hindu creation god Brahma.

The shrine is located by the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel, at the Ratchaprasong intersection of Ratchadamri Road in Pathum Wan district, Bangkok, Thailand. It is near the Bangkok Skytrain’s Chitlom Station, which has an elevated walkway overlooking the shrine. The area has many shopping malls nearby, including Gaysorn, CentralWorld and Amarin Plaza.


I wondered why everywhere are Teddy bear. Inside and outside of Central World, along the street of Siam Square Soi 5 and etc. Maybe it’s Teddy bear’s day or something like that? Anyway, i like soft toy (yea, i know i am like a small little kids.. :P) and obviously i am excited when i see those cute Teddy bears!






My Mr. S bought me to this lovely mango shop for dessert after a long walk. He was introduced by his Thai friends and this is his second time came to this shop. Please prepare to wait if you come here, due to the small seating capacity in the restaurant, it’s always long queue.


Tucked away at a corner of Siam Square Soi 5, Mango Tango is a small little dessert shop that specializes in mango dessert.


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The rustic white walls with black graffiti and low hanging lightnings. Very tiny with a seating capacity of less than 20 people.


Mango Pudding + Fresh Mango + Mango Ice Cream (145 bath)

A heavenly combo to be shared!



Mango Thai Sundae (75 bath)

The rice was soft, moist and aromatic. The perfectly concocted coconut milk drizzled over the sticky rice made a whole thing perfect!


A mango a day keeps the doc away!!

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Cute mangoes!! These are all fake mangoes ya. For deco purposes only.

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This restaurant is very clean, and apart from their fresh juicy mango, the variety of mango desserts may also be the reason for the good crowd. For pricing, it’s very decent for their quality mango.

They do have branch at other places. Visit their official website for more information.


Siam Square Soi 5, Bangkok

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Tel:  -

Business Hours: 11:30 am to 10:00 pm


Tomyam Fish Noodle at the food court of Platinum Fashion Mall. So-so only. Very very little noodle.

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Phat Thai. It was a bit sticky and tasted so-so.

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Ham and cheese pretzel bites. Love it!

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When come to Thailand, one mustn’t miss is to eat coconut ice cream!  Unfortunately, this is not as good as the one i ate in Chatuchak Market. 
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I find that Thai people likes to add more ice into water. Haha!

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This crepe stall is very popular! Located somewhere opposite Platinum Fashion Mall, beside main road. Easy to find.

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Majority of restaurants closed very early due to protest. Initially we planned to go to AfterYou for dessert then nice dinner in Paragon. Unfortunately, the dessert shop is under construction. So ended up no dessert, no nice dinner!

The only place opened is this duck rice stall in Siam Paragon. We don’t like it. Too sweet!
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Pomegranate drinks had become ubiquitous in Bangkok!
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Siang Pure Massage Oil & Balm is a pharmaceutical composition of herbal medicines used in the daily self-medication to relieve tendons and joints. Each for 20 bath.
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I like to buy this collagen drink when i am in Bangkok!! There are many type of collagen drinks selling widely in Bangkok. But i find this better as it is sugarless! This collagen drink can be found in most of the hyper market and 7-11. photo 15_copy

For transportation: Our taxi fare from Dong Muang International Airport is 700 THB (Toyota Camry). From hotel to Dong Muang International Airport is roughly 400 THB. Van is available for large number of people which you can share the money with other pax so you can really save alot! Maximum pax for a van is 10 people. We shared with other 5 people (they are also going to the same airport), so altogether 8 people in a van included driver. So we only paid 340 THB for 2 person.

Sawatdee, Bangkok!!

Bangkok Shutdown!

13 Jan

Tens of thousands of protesters who filled the major intersections of Bangkok, the capital of Thailand today to put pressure on Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and replace her with a transitional government, calling the operation “Bangkok Shutdown.”

Major intersections that normally teem with cars and trucks were blockaded, but trains and river ferries were operating, most shops were open and motorbikes plied the roads freely.

The protest led by former lawmaker Suthep Thaugsuban aims to ‘shutdown’ Bangkok for several days or until Yingluck is removed from power. “Don’t ask me how long this occupation will last,” protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban said in a speech to supporters carried by the movement’s BlueSky television channel. “We will not stop until we win.”

Police and soldiers maintained a low profile as the “Shutdown Bangkok” drive got under way in the city of about 12 million people. The mood was festive, with many protesters singing and dancing in the streets.

Despite the planned shutdown, Bangkok was not entirely paralyzed.










Even the nonagenarian joined the protest.





“Bangkok Shutdown” shirts were selling very well at the rally site.




Business sure very good for those street sellers today!



Protesters in front of Central World.



Thousands of people have occupied various busy parts of Bangkok, complete with tents and sleeping mats. It’s not really a shutdown, though. Bangkok more or less functioned as normal Monday with the exception of a number of mall closures.

Thousands upon thousands of people, but at least so far it is a very festive atmosphere. A giant street party where people are singing, blowing whistles, clapping, eating, sleeping, smiling, holding up signs and just basically having fun.

Roads that affected:



I managed to record few videos:-

Finally, all i want to say is KEEP CALM for those who are travelling to Bangkok during this operation of ‘Bangkok Shutdown’. My advise is stay away from the protest sites, despite the peaceful atmosphere that prevails at most daytime rallies, because Even demonstrations that are meant to be peaceful can turn confrontational, and escalate into violence without warning. However, it’s not as scary as the news reported in the newspaper. As a tourist, the biggest issue facing is mobility, as protesters have closed off seven major Bangkok intersections. All hotels and shopping malls remained open, though opening hours of shopping complexes and restaurants near protest sites were closed as early as 5pm today!

Just in case, tourists can seek assistance by calling the following hotlines:-

Tourism Authority of Thailand: 1672

Thai Tourist Police: 1155

Suvarnabhumi Airport Operation Center: +66 (0)2 134 4077

Don Mueang Airport Operation Center +66 (0)2 535 3431

Tourist Assistance Center (temporary): +66 (0)2 401 1111

Alternatively, visitors can email or



31 Dec


2013是我一生中其中一个最难忘的年份。我的终身大事就在今年的九月。 发梦也想不到我真的嫁得出,因为一直都没信心会有人愿意娶我。其实在这一年,除了结婚以外,我们的家也改变了不少,从简陋变成完美的家。 生活起伏相当大,亲戚朋友们之间造成的误会,嫉妒,怨恨都让我学会做人的道理,更加会珍惜眼前人,尤其是我亲爱的家人和跟我很好的朋友们。 事业可以说是好像roller coaster那样,up and down! 明年有个新计划,希望可以顺顺利利,财源滚滚来!身体一直都比较弱的我,真的希望可以健健康康。有了健康的体质才能’拼’啊。健康还是最重要的。


最后,我祝大家2014顺顺利利,快快乐乐,健健康康! ONG啊!!


100 Doraemon Secret Gadgets Expo

19 Dec

This year is the 100 years before the birth of Doraemon!

An exhibition depicting “100 Doraemon Secret Gadgets Expo” is having on 14 December 2013 at Viva Home Expo Hall and will be closed  on 23 March 2014. 

100 Doraemon Secret Gadgets Expo is organized by Animation International (M) Sdn Bhd and sponsored by various organizations.

This exhibition features a total of 100 different life-size Doraemon figures as well as the scripts of comic books, scenes from some episodes of comic books, a small fun fair, a theme topic restaurant and a souvenir shop.

Doraemon, created by Fujiko F. Fujio, is one of the most popular animation figures in history. He is a robotic cat that travels back to the present from the 22nd century via a Time Line to help out young Sewashi Nobi. Whenever Nobi or one of his friends encounter a problem, he comes up with a secret gadget from his fourth-dimensional pocket. The number of secret gadgets produced to date in estimated at about 4,500, including the “bamboo-copter” – a small head-mounted accessory which allows people to fly, the “Anywhere Door,” a door that allows users to reach a destination simply by opening the door and uttering the name of the desired destination; and the “Time Machine”, a machine that lets one travel through both time and space.

No matter what will happen to Doraemon in future, after 100 years later will people still remember Doraemon? This happy blue robotic chubby cat has been brought countless happiness to the old and young people!

Visitors are welcoming by the “Time Machine” when entering to the exhibition hall.

There are three famous classic scenes from Doraemon, “Goodbye, Doraemon!”, “Memories of Grandma” and “The Night Before Nobita’s Wedding”, which will arouse vivid memories of Doraemon for visitors.

This exhibition allows people to take photos. So remember to bring a camera with you!

100 Doraemon!!
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Fridge magnet that i got for myself. So cute isn’t it!!
At the Doraemon fun fair.
Hungry? Here is a canteen.
Doraemon’s most fav food ~ Dorayaki!
Purchase a soft drink with RM15 and fill it on this cute little water bottle and it’s all yours!
Merchandise shop


Yearning the sincere memories with grandma..
Wondering if anyone still remember this classic episode of Doraemon? It’s about Nobita in primary school returned to three years old, when his grandma was still alive. Thanks to Doraemon’s Time Machine, both grandma and grandson finally get to meet each other!
Doraemon comics & story framed nicely for the exhibition.

For more information:

How to get there:


100 Doraemon Secret Gadgets Expo
Viva Home Expo Hall, Kuala Lumpur

♥ ROM ~ Mel & Theresa ♥

4 Dec


Today is our friends Mel & Theresa’s ROM. Mel’s newly wed wife is Taiwan. I am very happy that both of them are finally tight the knot.

Mel hosted a ROM dinner after the ceremony at La La Chong Seafood in Ara Damansara.

The quality of foods here dropped dramatically! However, it was an event filled with laughter!

Once again.. Congratulation!!

ROM ceremony at Plaza Masalam Shah Alam 


ROM dinner at La La Chong Ara Damansara 


The love birds 


Meal of the night


Lucky plant from the newly wed couple



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