in japan u say “tadaima” when u get home, and somebody whos at home (be it family, spouse, etc) would reply with “okaeri”
so, tadaima, tokyoooo but ive got no one to say okaeri to me

breakfast: last cup of 栄養早餐 and jambu

after some last minute packing and a haircut, i was just sitting around waiting for teng to get home to send me to the airport so i had a snack: the CLASSIC CHICKEN FLOSS BUN from breadstory!! a family favourite.

lunch @ old town @ LCCT with teng. i was quite full from the chicken floss bun so we shared the curry mee. and i had one piece of kaya toast.
if i have a choice, id really rather not fly air asia anymore -____- but anyway this was my prebooked malaysian meal – nasi lemak. i was stuck between a japanese lady and a salaryman and i was quite shy to take a nice picture. so this is my sneaky shot. also, turns out i accidentally ordered the inflight entertainment thing lol so i finally got to watch the last harry potter movie. however good the film adaptation may be, i think one has to read the books to get the REAL harry potter experience. ive only read the last book once, but i highly doubt snape’s death scene couldve possibly been that short.
to do list tmr
1. unpack
2. practise speech
3. grocery shopping

its the final countdown

is the annoying keyboard tune playing in ur head now? 🙂

brunch: nasi kunyit(turmeric rice) with chicken curry & “cham” (coffee and milk tea) cham literally means “mix” in cantonese. @papparich. i think i might love that place

cocoa cappucino @ starbucks after half a day of shopping 🙂 ayaka, hitomi and hazuki. can u tell who isnt japanese?
dinner with the famfam @ nice soup gang. I LOVE BRINJAL w/ MINCED MEAT. it has replaced mushrooms as my fav non-leafy vege
dessert: green bean tongsui. didn like it