Monday, October 30, 2006

Girls Night Out Was The Best Date

Sunday morning, erm...actually it's already 45minutes past 12. Watched 4 episodes of Sex And The City and added a bunch of auction items in Laundro. Well, seems like I'd made good use of my Sunday. And Kin Fai is still sleeping. Sheesh...lazy bum. While waiting for lunch (won't be so any sooner since mom is playing mahjong outside with dad and aunt Lian), I have the time and mood to blog a Sunday entry. In fact, I had been in good mood since yesterday (despite the stupid crazy man stalker yesterday at Parade, which I will write about later). Why the good mood? Because yesterday was the paycheck day and once again I feel like I'm safe, secured and complete. And nothing feels better than a girls night out shopping. YEE HAA.....

So we went to Parade. Exploring cute gift shops and looking for cheap trinkets. And look what I'd found (and seized and brought home)?

A red triangel. I got this for RM16.90. What a deal!

Now I have two triangels. Aren't them pretty? (sheesh, I got the rainbow color one at Genting for RM28).

And shoesssssssss.............and oh yes, it's about time.

Don't you say I overspent. I haven't been getting me poor self any shoes for the whole damn year (Nike doesn't count, I barely wore those-_-). And quite instantly I saw two pair that I felt in love at the first sight. RM82.40 was a darn good bargain for two pairs of beauty. Yokie was trying to look for shoes too. But she's darn too choosy. She wants cheap and she wants good quality and she wants good looking. It's almost as impossible as finding a good man.

And then I got this Malaysia travel guide book from Popular. I'm going to travel and eat throughout Malaysia. >_<

And that's where I met the crazy stalker. As I was browsing through the books in Popular, he was standing beside me and whispered eeriely, 'Miss, buy things ar?' I ignored him and went to another section, he was following me and stared pervertly. I'm not too worried at that moment because there's hell lot of people in Popular and he couldn't do anything other than channeling the pervert stares. Cautiously aware and checking his position from time to time, I paid my book and he even followed me to the counter. WTF? And by then, I started to feel the creeps. Girlnapping was like the latest trend, just in October alone, there's two girl who went missing, here in the safe and harmonious Ipoh town. And I went to alert Nai Nai, who was too indulge in her free reading. The pervert stalker was still waiting in front of Popular and now he saw that I was with another friend, which is even more 'delicious'. We jogged to the escalator. We had to climb three levels to the carpark and two flights of the escalators were not working. We had to ran and climb and laugh (partly because this is kinda exciting too) to Nai Nai's car. We were so out of breath. And laugh at this funny and yet, very dangerous situation. We were running like idiots at a shopping mall and I'm carrying two pairs of newly bought shoes, a heavy book and a triangel. And Kin Fai asked whether I took any picture of the stalker so he could send someone to whack him out. What? Like I'm going to camwhore with a pervert stalker. Although it will be a very blogable material.

Then we went to catch our breath at a Kopitiam opposite Nai Nai's place.

Which is called Old Ipoh Kopitiom.

There's really a lot of those Kopitiam concept cafe here, and I don't know who is the pioneer here. There's too many imitation and everything taste almost the same. And French Toast and White Coffee are compulsory in every menu of such Kopitiams. But this Old Ipoh Kopitiam serves a lot of food and other delicacies, they even have the cheese bake rice (which Oldtown Kopitiam don't even have,yet).

Nai Nai read my Malaysia tour guide book before I had the chance to flip through the pages. How dare she. >_< style="text-align: center;">I ordered this honey lemon drink, which doesn't taste as if its has added any honey. It's just the plain ol' lemon juice thing.

But I'm impressed with Nai Nai's three tier drink. It's the Sarawak Special. Basically, it's just gula melaka, milk and tea.

She had to stir it good before drinking.

10 minutes later, Nai Nai was still stirring....impatiently.

But she's happy with the special drink. And yea, it tasted good too.

Our itchy mouth need to chew something. So here's the pizza-toast.

And I'm happy too, enjoying my drink. ^__^

This Old Ipoh Kopitiam is way better than any other Kopitiam-like cafe and certainly better than Oldtown Kopitiam, because the service was good. The waiter was friendly and patient enough to introduce the food and specialty they have. But one thing is, they lack of the 'yumcha' ambience. There's not many people here, quiet is good so we can chat but too quiet is a turn-off too.

Name : Old Ipoh Kopitiam
Where is it? Opposite the Mushroom Food Court (Dung Gu Ting) and beside Wolley Food Court.

Well, now I guess I have to take my Sunday bath and then wait for my Sunday date call. ^_^

1 comment:

  1. Pls ar ... i m not searching for the cheap, good quality (although I love to find one if there is .. ). In fact, I'd like to buy one from Primavera. But kinda expensive, so didnt buy lor .. >_<
    Wah .. pervert stalker wor ... so dangerous. Erm, if not i need to go back to Pg early morning, surely I will accompany you two lor .. Bring my sister to yum cha with you guys too ... sorry ya .. should call Ooi ooi mer ...