• #dirtymee #inconsistent #hardtomaintaingood

    Dirty Mee, a famous eatery in Lukut, before I continue, you are wondering the name. “Dirty?” you would ask. “Yes.  Nothing to do with the cleanliness of the place nor the food.” I would reply. Dirty Mee 拉渣面 was originally a stall setup next to a garbage dump.  The noodle was so famous, hand made, something like wan tan noodle, but not the same.    拉渣 means dirty.  Because the stall was next to the garbage, so it is called that, as easy to remember. Could be mistaken as Pan Mee, again no. However, the texture is more like wan tan noodle, I would say. We have been here before.…

  • Lukut before PD

    With the many things twins have to bring back to school, I offered them a ride back to their hostel on Sunday evening. We stopped by 1 place recommended by the school’s principal for quick bite. Over the school holiday, the very nice principal recommended few food places in Lukut and Port Dickson, I have passed by some of them, never knowing that the hidden germs these places are (ha ha). So, we were at Ah Boy Siew Yok (roast pork), which was just opened when we got there.  I could see some parents and students from twins school already there (how fast!). Waited in line patiently to order the…

  • 6 charity homes in Negeri Sembilan receive 2 months’ supply of Ayam Brand products.

    Ayam Brand™, famed for its wide range of healthy and convenient, preservative-free canned products is celebrating its 125th anniversary with a nationwide initiative themed, ‘We Care, We Are Family’. The anniversary celebration coincides with the 10th consecutive Ayam Brand™ Charity Campaign. This year’s charity campaign will reach 60 charity homes in 11 locations across Malaysia and Brunei, providing 324,000 healthy meals for charity. Over ten years the Ayam Brand™ Charity Campaign has benefitted close to 18,000 people from 422 charity organizations – providing them with 1,080,000 healthy meals! The sixty charity homes, 57 from across Malaysia and 3 from Brunei Darussalam received Ayam Brand™ tuna, mackerel, kernel corn, processed peas,…

  • Riding on LEKAS Highway [thought I was mad]

    When Zafuan and ZK proposed a ride along LEKAS Highway after our Tour de KL [Raya Edition], I immediately agreed without much consideration.  Both of them are really nice and easy going couple.  Also, I always enjoy the ride with Redza, so that would be a great time to ride together again, perhaps this time with longer distance. From the description, 60km loop sounds like my ride to Bukit Tinggi, from Puchong, which would be about 55km if I am leaving from our home.  So I thought what is that additional 5km.  Well, that 5km seems to be quite a bit of difference.