Monday, 12 March 2012

A Trip To Holland?

We saw clogs, plenty of them. All sizes too. From the smallest size for a key-chain to a big one that can sit two adults comfortably in one clog.
Sampled some cheese
Viewed lots of windmills
and got to view some interesting architecture.

All these and we didn't even flew over to Europe! It's right there in Nagasaki; at Huis Ten Bosch theme park!

This and we saw some pirates too! That on the next post. ;)

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  1. Wow nice trip...right now is Tulips season ler...gonna miss that very much. I hope to visit there one day.

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    1. I wanna go see some tulips too! :)

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  2. Very cool! Just like you are in Holland, but only had to fly to Japan. I haven't visited this place yet, but have it on my list of places to visit in the future :)

    Japan Australia

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    1. Hope you get to go there (and Nagasaki) in the future. :)

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  3. Who would have guessed Holland in Japan! Did you buy a pair of clogs? They look hard to walk in and make lots of noise.

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    1. No we didn't. I'm waiting for the time we visit the real Holland to buy them! LOL

      Anyways, the clogs reminded me somewhat of our own "terompah". They are like the Japanese geta. ;)

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  4. I like that giant clogs! And the windmill too!

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    1. Me too!

      I should have taken a photo of the other giant clogs, but Raimie refused to sit in it! LOL

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  5. Just looking at the pictures I would have thought you were in Holland! But or course, seeing these pictures in this blog, I know for sure you were not! Haha!!

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    1. Hahaha... clever! I wouldn't post about a trip to the real Hollad here, would I? ;)

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  6. Your son is very cute in the first photo,the windmill photo is very beautiful. Why the last photo is so small? I wanted to see the last photo as same as the former ones.

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    1. Thank you Minor. He will be happy to hear that. ;)

      I will try show a clearer (and bigger) photo of him in future. ;p

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  7. It's a nice place. This year I may visit Holland. Probably. I hope that happens. :)

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    1. How nice. Are you planning to visit just Holland or do a Europe trip.

      Have fun! :)

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    2. Yes, I planned to visit Europe this autumn.

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    3. That's nice.

      A tour of Europe- wow! I'm jealous. :)

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  8. Better than Melaka lah. ;)
    Did you try their cheese?

    I like French cheese better lah. ;)
    Ha ha... Very posh one, I know.

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    1. Yalor ho... People from London so posh one.

      I from Raub only. Summore where got eat cheese one? kikiki

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    2. Ha ha... You still got Raub's famous kacang sem-apa ah.... sempelit? Aiya... cannot recall your kampung food all the time.

      If you go to big supermarkets in KL, try to find this French cheese called camembert (type of soft cheese).
      Then, you roast it gently to melt it. You eat it with cranberry sauce on toast/ or baguette.
      Alamak, the taste is like heaven~~~ Very, very nice one!

      If you cannot find camembert, you can also use brie (type of soft cheese too).
      Both of them are from France, both smell strong too, but taste nice.
      If you can eat natto, I think you can also handle them lah.

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    3. Sempelit sounds like sembelit! Constipation! Kakaka

      Aiyoh, those cheese too expensive for me lah! I only those during cocktail hour when I check-in to a nice hotel. Otherwise, how to afford? xD

      And cheese cannot pair with petai, keep in fridge. Muahaha!!!

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  9. At first I thought you really had gone to HOlland :D I should know better !

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    1. Hahaha

      Yeah, you should know better. xD

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  10. That's so funny. I love it! There are so many little surprises luking around every corner in Japan, aren't there?

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    1. And it's absolutely fun to look for things you might not expect from Japan. :)

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  11. Guess who has re-surfaced, and then my re-entry into the world of blogging is greeted by a mind-warping post about Dutch windmills in Japan. ^^ Hey, I'm not complaining. My past and my present, all in one post, accompanied by photos of a certain cute young man from Malaysia.

    OK, I'm back now, so baibai peace. Where's the story about the pirates? We get it today? Tonight? When? :D

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    1. I didn't realised I missed this one particular impatient lady from the jungle here.

      Welcome back!

      Just to annoy you, I'll post it after the next post. ;p

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    2. OK, so ... where's that next post? You mean I now have to wait for "that next post" as well as the pirates post?! o_O

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    3. Sheesh! Some people! LOL

      Wait and see.

      Patience woman, patience.

      I recall someone telling me that, a few times. ^^

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  12. Japan has got all the countries in the world!!! :D haha

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