Blogger ini memang suka makan nasi lemak. Pernah guna nasi lemak sebagai banner blog satu ketika dahulu. Cuma memandangkan nasi lemak ini amat tinggi kalori dan kurang baik untuk kesihatan, maka ia terpaksa dikurangkan permakanannya. Namun, untuk pagi ini, kita cuba pula makan Nasi Lemak di restoren Sugar Bun. Kedai ini pun sudah lama tidak saya lawati memandangkan terlalu banyak opsyen kedai makan di Kota Kinabalu ini. Rasanya, masih banyak kedai makan yang saya belum cuba. Tapi untuk, ‘breakfast‘ atau sarapan pagi hari ini, saya ke Bandar Metro (Metro Town) yang terletak di jalan Lintas untuk menjamah nasi lemak di sana. Jom..
When I posted the article “Hybrid Grouper & Co“, it completely slipped my mind that I had also recorded a video of Hybrid Grouper inside their super-large tank at the The Marine Aquarium & Museum UMS. I was thinking about updating the post, but then again, why not create another post specially for this wonderful creature. Afterall, this fish has many fans in Malaysia. Hmmm..anyone like to eat “Kerapu Masak Tiga Rasa” or “Kerapu Masak Stim Lemon“? How about “Kerapu Hybrid Masak Tiga Rasa“? Wanna try? [click to continue…]
The last thing Manchester United fans want in their worst season in more than 20 years is to see Liverpool winning the Premier League. However, it seems that such predicament is inevitable, especially after The Reds narrowly defeated Manchester City in last night’s match, which is billed by many as the ‘title decider‘. Liverpool still need to beat Chelsea though but the mood at Anfield is now being super-charged knowing that destiny is within their grasp now. Win all their remaining matches and the Premier League will return to Anfield for the first time in 24 years! I’m pretty sure thousands of WhatsApp massages will then flood into my iPhone by title-hunger Liverpool fans that day. I still hope it will not be Liverpool. Please let it be Chelsea or Manchester City, even though my ‘feelings‘ for City is just as strong as for Liverpool… [click to continue…]
WWF (World Wildlife Fund) explains Climate Change as follows:
Global warming – doesn’t mean we’ll all just have warmer weather in future. As the planet heats, climate patterns change. It’ll mean more extreme and unpredictable weather across the world – many places will be hotter, some wetter, others drier. We know the planet has warmed by an average of nearly 1°C in the past century. That might not sound much, but on a global scale it’s a huge increase and it’s creating big problems for people and wildlife. [click to continue…]