Category: Holidays

Japanese food.

One thing I miss so much when I’m pregnant is I can’t have raw food. Meaning no sashimi or sushi for whole 9 months!! Urgh it’s so torturing looking at Des eating all the yummy sashimi and sushi right in front of me.  So when we were in Malaysia, we had to have Japanese food as it is considered rather… Read more →


So happy to be back in Bali after 6 years. Ever since our first trip to this paradise I have been longing to make a short trip to Bali¬†whenever we go to Malaysia but somehow Des is not the type of person who likes to move around once he is comfortable settling in one place. Duh! So unadventurous. Anyway this… Read more →

Malaysia – Chinese New Year 2012

It has been almost 5 years since I last celebrated Chinese New Year with the family. Festive season in Malaysia is always so good and fun especially with all the food we stuff ourselves with. This year’s celebration is different because it was our first time travelling with a baby. Z was a good baby and she didn’t mind the… Read more →


I’m back from my wonderful South Korea trip. It was a really great trip. The reason why I liked it so much is because I don’t have to carry any snowboarding gears but the next time I will carrying a mini me which will be a bit challenging. Traveling during my 2nd trimester was not an issue. I felt really… Read more →

Satou Steak House, Kichijoji

Before our Japan trip, DJ has been doing a lot of reading and research on where and what is a must try for our trip in Tokyo. He came across to this recommended steak house located at Kichijoji ; about 20 minutes train ride from Shinjuku station. The steak house is located above a busy butcher on the main shopping… Read more →

SDS Japan 09: 13 snowboarders & 4 skiers

17 SDS members @ Alupu Resort Inn, Hakuba Happoone. What I like about snowboarding in Japan : – Free shuttle bus to all mountains around Hakuba. – Lift chair attendants are very polite. They actually sweep off the snow on the chairlift and greet us “dozo” (Please) before we sit on the chair. – Wide and long green runs. My… Read more →


Whenever I cross a busy intersection in Tokyo I kind of have this nausea feeling on me. My eyes literally rolls very fast because of the fast motion of people walking from all directions. At one stage I could feel this heavy feeling on me and I nearly threw up. This city was really an eye-opener for me. On the… Read more →

Ku de Ta

I give this restaurant TWO thumbs up. Blogging this post makes me want to go back to Bali again. I am so in love with Bali. With a menu that features modern French and Italian along with Indonesian influences, this is a place to go for good quality food and beautiful sunset view. The portion of the food was generous… Read more →