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For the record, THESE are so good...



Pinkstar's homemade cornflakes cookies!


She gave me a taste of the ones she made one weekend. The cookies reminds me of the ones Subway sold in Perth. I miss yummy cookies!! Thanks babe.

Okay, back to the situation at hand. It's Tuesday, 24th August 2010. The trip to Lumut to see darling MAKBED and her family has passed with flying colours! Unfortunately, Cikinot couldn't join us at the last minute because of the flu. So it was just Alphatin, Jasper and I on the trip.

I'm not really up to writing much coz I have a migraine now. So I'll let the photos do most of the 'talking'...



Pengkalan Tentera Laut DiRaja Malaysia Lumut



Introducing Auni Alwani a.k.a. Oni-Chan!!



THE FOOD!



Makbed



Alphatin and her Iced Lemon Tea



The celebratory cake - Chocolate Indulgence...



The celebratory CUPcakes. :D



Makbed, Oni-Chan & Inchi Kichi



My Twi-Hearts <3



Makbed is feeling nostalgic by the light pole. Muahahaha!



Going home... can you see we were half-hearted?

But after that we got lost and that's a whole different story altogether. :P



<3 Alice Alphatin & Jasper Khalis <3

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