*Brrrrrr* chilly walk@Nanjing FuZiMiao

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miglior sito per comprare viagra generico a Milano One that cold, cold morning, I took the MRT a couple o stops away from the hotel to do the “touristy” activity. I guess I should also do a little sight seeing of Nanjing, on top of the gastronomic adventure.

go It was an extremely chilly morning, about 5 degrees or so. And it was also drizzling as well as pretty strong wind at that morning. Brrrrrrrrrrr!

farmacia viagra generico 50 mg Nonetheless Fu Zi Miao was packed, with TONS of tourists, who were mainly local Chinese!

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http://buy-generic-clomid.com The entire area was rather large, with various scenic surroundings and beautifully constructed ancient architectures such as this one. If you cut out all the noise coming from the tourists, one can really meditate or do yoga right in front of this zen-like square shaped pool.

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The streets were surrounded by ancient architectured shops, with gigantic signs protruding out along the street alleys. It was quite a nice stroll along these streets. If they added along the horse pulling trishaws, and road side peddlars, and everyone around is dressed in traditional clothings, this place could be transported back in time.

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The only downside was that most of these shops looked really nice outside, but inside, all the things sold were the generic souvenir shops which then totally put you off from the whole walk back in time experience.

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Within a good 1 hour, I had seen enough and walked back out. As I blindly walked around, I came across the entrance into Nanjing university. The view looked superbly amazing eh? If I was a student, I’d look forward to walking in to such a scenic looking university!

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All the Brrrrrrrrrrr walking, helped burned up more calories! (I hope lol). Walked in to some random shop along the way to grab some hot, steamy foodie!

One “long” of steamed dumplings for this 5 degree weather please! (No more steamed dumplings for me for the next few months)

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Salted flat fish slice as accompaniment. Nothing much to shout about, the fish was too boney for me!

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Last but not least, a gigantic bowl of vegetarian looking noodles. Cost me about RM 22, including the fish. The noodles were…..Alright. Average. Nothing unique about it but was told this was traditional Nanjing local noodles style of cooking. Oh well! It was still quite nice, to eat a bowl of piping hot noodles with steamy soup on a superbly cold day.

What other foodie in Nanjing that can excite me further? More foodieventures to go!

Christmas celebration@The Lord’s Covenant Church, Phileo Damansara 1

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This was a long overdue post of the wondrous celebratory fellowship lunch we had at TLCC. This Christmas proved to be different from all the Christmas celebrations I had before. It had been a week since our beloved Sr Pastor Rev Abraham Park had passed on, leaving a rather solemn atmosphere within my heart, but I know that 17 is a number of perfect victory and completion and this is a great hope that we now on look forward to having the King’s highway opened for us.

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It was lovely to witness the little kids celebrating God’s love through hymnal singings and we can really learn alot from the way they sing, with all their hearts, pure and true, giving glory to Father.

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Courtesy of our sister, Sarah, owner of The Bake Plan, we has these beautifully crafted log cakes for desserts! Hurrah! Oh yeah, these chocolate Swiss rolls tasted amazing!

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Everyone chipped in a little something from their end, we had home made rojak from starched Nancy! She made every single thing, even the sauce. Now that is what you call truly home made!

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To get the kids all geared and excited for Christmas, starchef Nancy also made these cute animated fishballs! I have never came across an angry bird fishballs until this day.

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Some Christmas bread from Sarah to bring up the whole Christmas feel with raisins, cinammons and almonds!

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Last but not least, Christmas is the day we commemorate not for the festivites, or Santa Claus or family holidays, but it is the day Jesus our Saviour Lord, came to earth, to preach the Word to His children, and to open the path of life to mankind by bearing all of our sins on the cross. Through Him, the veil is now torn, and we can regain our relationship with Father God!