Thursday, October 5, 2017

A hospital having an aquarium, Little One's first cycling adventure and Sand Art

Missus and I saw this coming and knew that once the hospital that Little One visits where his Paed is located, he would go bonkers and be happy to spend hours there...

And so, this shrimp decided to say, 'Hello' to my super excitable 4 year old then.
 The Aquarium is located near the Pharmacy and as patients wait, to calm them down. Or for people to be calm. One thing i'll say is true - it gives me some peace as Little One will be in his little world... :P

 My ... oh my... this Sea Slug (?) got him over the moon.
 Yup. That's my boy... engrossed in his aquarium viewing!
 During the recent holidays, Tropicana had some events held in conjunction. And so. Little One got a chance to learn how to cycle (more like me pushing than he cycling!)...
 He did get the idea... but probably in his mind, it's just better to ask Daddy to push...

 And when one mall has something for kids, so too will the next. And so, @ Starling, we were given free entrances to a kids area...
 Needless to say, Little One HAD to take the most exquisite picture to 'paint'!
 Hats off to the volunteer who so patiently peeled off every small piece for the sands to stick on... :P
The End.

Friday, August 18, 2017

Avillion @ PD - 2nd Round visit!

Does this look familiar??? It does?
Yup. We are back @ Avillion PD. We loved it so much, that we decided we would love a revisit. So, here we are a second time round!!!
And this time, more prepared to enjoy the facilities along with Little One. And Little One getting more courage to go up the water slide.
This time too, Mummy and and Daddy can join him in his Kiddy pool. :)
Does he look like a Frogfish??? :P


His umpteen time going up!
We also decided to visit the beach (called Riau) located next to the Garden Chalets. Unfortunately, we still preferred the other side, and so made our way there...
Little One gazing away and enjoying his view the next morning
An almost 180 degree panorama shot...
As the tide was low, yours truly decided to venture out...
Whilst Missus and Little One played on the sand.


Missus enjoying herself with the strong sea breeze that we were getting then...
Normally, in normal or high tide, this out rock would be hidden under waters. But when the tide's low...

Family photo!
Sadly, still having no luck with a proud peacock....
Neither with this one...
For lunch, we decided to have it @ Starbucks, PD Waterfront... Here's the view at the car park.
And Little One enjoying himself...
But not happy to go home...
But at least someone's enjoying her Starbucks! :P

The End.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Little One's trip on KL's MRT SBK line

Finally in Malaysia, our very first MRT line is fully completed! While in a previous post, mua had taken a ride, that was only half way completed. Now, the underground section is done, Little One had an outing.

The following pictures are in reverse order.

We visited the Merdeka stop. Unfortunately, in order to see the below, you have to 'tag' out as it's not part of the platform. However, it is in the station itself...

 Not too hard to figure out...
 We also got off at 'Pasar Seni' which integrates with Malaysia's first fully automated LRT system. (Back then it was called Putra LRT, now, KJ line).

Little One posing when he feels like it!
 One of his extremely rare forays into KL...
 Where are we getting off, Daddy?
 Woweeeeee... Look at that?!
 Initially, Little One was apprehensive and sat quietly. Once he got used to the train movements... he became the usual monkey that he is...
 Where are we going, Daddy?

 We parked @ the Eastin aka Section 17 MRT parking complex which has constructed this overhead bridge for people to cross the SPRINT expressway safely.
 And yes, the station is many levels above the expressway that lies below it.
 The handicap access to go up from level 5 parking floor to the station entrance.
 If you decide to park @ the Section 17 MRT car park, make your way to level 5 as it would be the same floor as the station entrance. Any other floor, will require you to use the lift/stairs.

Fantastically, all car parks come with the empty/occupied indicator which is brilliant and saves you time in figuring out where the elusive empty lot will be... :P
 However, as I made my way up/down, I think the ramps are a wee bit tight if you're having a large saloon/4x4. Damage has been made as vehicles had issues with the tight fit... so be careful!

The End.

A hospital having an aquarium, Little One's first cycling adventure and Sand Art

Missus and I saw this coming and knew that once the hospital that Little One visits where his Paed is located, he would go bonkers and be h...