Friday, June 3, 2016

Rediscovering Ipoh

As I mentioned a while ago, I went on a work trip to Ipoh and I found out how different and how much it's progressed since my younger days of following my dad for his work to this famous Malaysian city. I haven't been there much over the past 7 years, so it was like taking a step back into time and yet discovering new things and places about this city that I had spent so much time in as a kid. I guess organising this into a somewhat chronological order would make sense for those of you who wanna travel there - so let's start with breakfast!

Because breakfast is the most important meal of the day

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Pulai Springs, Johor

It took me THREE months before I could get this post up, and I've been to Johor twice since then (once for a family holiday, the other for work), so I have a lot of material to show you guys! Here are the highlights:

Lesley won a trip to Johor with two nights' stay from our church's Workers Luncheon (for those of you who don't know, that's basically a lunch to appreciate everyone who's given time to support the church in different ministries). Our whole family was actually sick with the flu but we went anyway because certain T&C's on the voucher wouldn't allow us to push it back. Make sure you read your T&C's people!

The Pulai Springs clubhouse had a very intricate, traditional design that you don't see often these days

Thursday, December 3, 2015

My life as a food writer

This is me on the job in Port Dickson, at The Verte, taking a photo of a salmon bagel

For those of you who don't know, I've been working as an in-house writer under HungryGoWhere for almost a year now, and I'm always asked plenty of questions about my unusual job. It's fun but it also takes up 90% of my time, so just like any other job, it has its pros and cons. Here are some complex answers to some of the simple questions a lot of you might have for me!