Archive for June, 2011

26
Jun
11

MOVING ON : LIVING LIFE AS USUAL

We cannot dwell on problems forever, we have no choice but to move on and forget issues and people that weigh us down. Life is so beautiful and precious to waste with worthless creatures.

And this is one way how to let go (or get rid) of the hassles : living life the way we know how.

At Winter Warmers Coffee and Tea House…

Saturday, 25th July 2011. Penang, My.
After almost being exhausted in checking out the newly opened Tesco Supermarket in Tajung Bungah and bought some kitchen essentials for us to use as we move in to our own appartment to rent in less than a week, we went to Queensbay Mall for that much needed-haircuts for me and Gabby, did some more grocery shopping and brought our palates to a restaurant that we haven’t tried before.
With floral table tops and dainty curtains, relaxing mood complete with classical violin music, Winter Warmers Coffee and Tea House in Queensbay Mall offers its customers an experience to dine British in the heart of Penang.  If you don’t want to kill your curiosity to know whether this charming cafe is affordable or not, you’ll get intimidated easily with its sophisticated and luxurious interiors.
Because it’s almost late for lunch and our tummies were literally growling (read: our borborygmi can be heard even without auscultation, haha! :)) I immediately called the wait staff to provide us menu.  We found out that they have set list which I preferred; they also offer variety of choices from salads, pasta, entrees like chicken, beef and fish dishes (Winter Warmers is a Halal-restaurant thus does not offer pork), desserts, coffee and tea.
Tina tried their Fettuccine Carbonara
Their version of Carbonara was fine but nothing spectacular (read: I think I can cook a better-tasting pasta than this perhaps because I am missing ham and bacon but nonetheless, it’s filling!).
She initially wanted to order Savory Fish Fillet baked with cheese toppings and Carbornara was Gabby’s choice, however after we tendered the order to the wait staff, he told us with a smile,
“Can you finish all these?”
Then, Tina asked him, “Why, do you have huge servings?”  Silently, I was telling myself, “He doesn’t have idea of our appetites!” hehehe! So my wife let go of her fish dish and settled to share the pasta plate with Gabby as he also ordered a yummy all-time-favorite, Chocolate Waffle.
Unsurprisingly, Gabby enjoyed this sinfully delicious goodness. Tina and I only dunked our forks a bit just to taste this irresistible delight but our son managed to finish the entire plate up to the last bite. Needless to say, it’s that toothsome!
As I wanted to try their tea instead of coffee but admittedly had no idea at that moment what to pair it with, I safely decided to go for one of their meal sets. I shared it with my 2 love ones who gave their thumbs up too.
My preference included fresh green salad
It was almost perfect introduction to the main dish : Bolognese Cheese Bake!
I’d say the Mango Pudding was the best compliment of this set meal…
This quaint cafe tucked strategically in one end of the mall would never be called Winter Warmers without their hot blends.
As a coffee addict myself, it wasn’t easy to leave the chance to try their cappuccino or mocha, but I don’t know, I just had a sudden and strong desire to try tea instead of caffeinated drinks at the moment. I trusted the waiter’s suggestion to try Green Tea Moonlight Rose with my meal set. I found it soothing; I liked it.
The steaming pot of Green Tea Moonlight Rose instantly made me a tea-lover too.  Even without its known health benefits of being an antioxidant and whatnot, a sip would make you like it in a blink! However, as it was Gabby’s first to see a dried little rose in a cup of tea, he innocently asked me, “Daddy, bakit may rose na patay?”  (Daddy, why is there a dead rose in your cup?).  I smiled and replied to our son,“It’s dried, not dead!” hehehe. :)
Tina didn’t like it at all. She mentioned the feeling was like drinking a cup of potpourri, hahaha! I didn’t agree. The floral scent was subtle and it was enough to stimulate relaxation amidst digestive process.
 
Before, I only liked drinking iced tea and rarely would you find me drinking Lipton in warm cup. But after our casual dining experience at Winter Warmers, I’m convinced that there are a lot of alternatives to my addiction to coffee; and dunking tea bags in a steaming hot pot is one.
 
Winter Warmers’ service was impressively quick; food and drinks graciously landed on our table in less than 10 minutes; wait staff was attentive.  They have affordable and reasonable prices of set meals and ala carte dishes and drinks. Best of all, if in some food establishments in Penang, a glass or a cup of ordinary iced cold tap water costs around RM 0.80 (yes, may bayad ang malamig na tubig sa ibang resto dito!), it has no charge in this cafe! And for ALL of those yummies on the photos, we only paid RM 50+ (PhP 700+ or USD 16.44+), tax and service charge included. We’ll definitely* come back to try their other stuffs. 
*My mom (and dad) who will be coming over to Penang in a couple of weeks time (for my mom to visit us on tourist visa and for my dad who will be on dependent visa, will continue his grandfather’s duty of being a nanny to Gabby) and loves anything floral will surely be delighted in this English-themed cafe.*
We love Strabucks and Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf too, but apparently, we’re grateful that there are a lot of places that provide more pleasant and relaxing atmosphere with wider variety of goodies.
 
Have a worry-free new week filled with bountiful blessings, everyone!
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Winter Warmers Coffee & Tea House, Queensbay Mall, Penang
Queensbay Mall, 100 Persiaran Bayan Lepas, 11900 Bayan Lepas, Penang.
 
 
23
Jun
11

LEAVE MY FAMILY ALONE!

This is my blog; my personal virtual home for 4 years now. If you have a problem with me and/or my blogging, by virtue of freedom and free will, you have the right to leave this site.

Just because I am silent doesn’t mean I am weak.

My family is hurting because some poor souls have been tormenting us. Imagine, even our 6-year-old son, Gabby has been called, Batang X for reason unknown to us. LEAVE OUR INNOCENT SON ALONE! Parents like Tina and I can bear their blows despite lack of proofs, but our hearts have been crushed after our son has been involved!

These people dared to post on their facebook walls and commented on their friends’ ridiculous fb posts heartless words that maligned my family and I severely last Father’s Day, June 19, 2011. Although they did not directly named us, it was crystal clear that they’re referring to me, Tina and Gabby. Hindi ako insecure at inggit sa inyo, hindi nga ako topnotcher sa Medicine Boards, hindi man ako scholar noong nag aaral ako, hindi nga ako sintalino ninyo,PERO HINDI AKO BASTOS AT DUWAG GAYA NINYO! Marunong akong gumalang sa bata at nakatatanda. Despite my parents’ imperfections, they raised me and my brothers well with respect and manners.

The truth is, these people are like dogs without balls, they only know how to bite and bark at you from your back.

My valued readers know that I rarely post rant particularly about worthless individuals who, because of their worst attitude do not deserve to be given importance. But enough is enough.

What will you do when people suspect you of being a traitor to fellowmen, a spy of the management and other evil things despite the fact that they cannot present a single tangible evidence to prove their cheap words?

What will you do when people invade your parenthood by provoking you on their facebook walls that you should prioritize your son’s education instead of your personal happiness which they equated to few of our travels and hotel-dining? If you are a parent yourself (which they are not as of the moment), you know that everything revolves around our children; and I for one, have not gone to any trips alone, nor dined in hotels without my wife and our kid. It’s none of your business whether we eat in premier hotels or wherever!

Hindi kami nagpapalibre sa inyo sa hotel o saan man, Hindi kami nakikialam sa mga pinag gagastusan nyo, kaya tigilan nyo kami!

I do not need to explain to anyone that Gabby will start schooling here in Penang on August. If these unpleasant people are as wise as they think of themselves, they should have thought that it’s no longer their business if and when Tina and I, or whoever parent for that matter, decide to make their child/ren stop schooling, even for 10 years! WALA KAYONG PAKIALAM SA PAMILYA NAMIN!

Sa susunod na may paratang kayo, siguraduhin nyo na may ebidensya kayo! Sa susunod na may gusto kayong sabihin, sabihin nyo ng diretso, hindi parang wala kayong bayag na sa likod namin kayo nagtatawanan at nagsasalita laban sa amin!

GAGAWA KAYO NG KALOKOHAN LABAN SA MANAGEMENT TAPOS NGAYON MAGSUSPETSA KAYO SA AMIN!

Iyong isa babae pa naman, kung makapag mura sa facebook ang husay; mataas pa naman ang pinag aralan, palengkera din pala! (no offense meant to market vendors who may have better personalities than her).

MAGDASAL KAYO NG TAIMTIM NA WALANG GUMAWA NG GANYAN SA PAMILYA NYO, KUNG MAGKAKAANAK KAYO BALANG-ARAW!

I should have listened to my wife’s reminder long ago, “Mga katrabaho mo lang sila, hindi mo sila kaibigan!”

AS OF NOW, I AND MY WIFE HAVE NO INTENTIONS OF TALKING TO THEM, FOR WE KNOW WE CANNOT CHANGE THEIR ATTITUDES OVERNIGHT; THE SAME WAY THAT WE HAVE NO CONTROL TO WHATEVER THEY WANT TO BELIEVE, AND PEOPLE LIKE THEM USUALLY THINK THAT THEY ARE ALWAYS RIGHT! TALKING TO THEM NOW IS AS USELESS AS IT GETS!

What will you do when highly educated professionals look down on you as bobo as they can think?

I don’t care of what you think of me now, JUST LEAVE MY FAMILY ALONE!

MGA BASTOS KAYO, PATI BATA SINASALI NYO SA MGA KAWALANG HIYAAN NYO!  MGA BALIK-HARAP!

May God forgive me if I have cursed them that their souls should rot in hell!

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WE NEED PRAYERS TO BE STRONG, MORE THAN SYMPATHIES. THANK YOU.

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22
Jun
11

GASTRONOMIC ADVENTURES : PART OF OUR LIFESTYLE

Let’s have a brief rundown of some of my blogged digestive feasts…

Obviously, we love eat-all-you-want-dining.  Whether it’s in a premier hotel or simply inside a mall, for as long as the place offers decent buffet spread, my family and I are more than willing to take our taste buds to gastronomic adventure (but no exotic foods, please!).

This lifestyle which we don’t boast (you know for a fact that there’s a huge difference between sharing in blogging and boasting), has inspired our 6-year-old son to dream of becoming a hotelier, chef and restaurateur someday. We like it when he tells us he will do this and that in his own hotel or whenever he comes up with ideas of what to prepare in the kitchen in the future.

Last weekend was another memorable one.  Scroll down and you’ll understand.

Salads came first :  Thinly sliced veggies tossed over deeply fried fillet-o-fish shared a plate with prawns and fruits. yum, yum, yum!

Noodles for Gabby…

Seafoods for Tina…

Must have Peking Duck and Smoked Chicken…

Entrees of seafoods and mushrooms are always comfort foods!

Beef fajitas and seafood skewers… can’t get enough of seafoods!

The Golden Rule : Always make room for desserts!

Contrasting temptations : After ice cream must come coffee; can deliciously numb your teeth!

As we end our wonderful meal at G CAFE, G HOTEL, PERSIARAN GURNEY, PENANG, MALAYSIA which we have tried for the second time (read : on 2 consecutive weekends!),  the waitress offered and came back with cups of coffee for me and Tina and I was honestly surprised of what she told me,

Waitress Hema :  “Sir, your bill for today’s lunch buffet is on the house!”

This must be because the management and staff of the said generous hotel-restaurant were grateful of my blog post about our dining experience there about a week ago.

Blessings indeed, come unexpectedly.

I requested Ms. Hema to call Mr. Alwee, the G Cafe Manager to personally thank him of his kind gesture but I was told that he went off from work already and will be back at 6PM the same day.  I could have taken a photo of him with Gabby for posterity. Nonetheless, I kept his call card sent him SMS. He replied that evening with a phone call inviting us for a dinner one of these days.

So how did I celebrate Father’s Day this year? Simple.

Priceless hugs and kisses from Gabby and Tina, plus a buffet lunch that’s perchance, free! :D

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Sincerest thanks to the generosity of G Cafe, G Hotel!

G Cafe, G Hotel
168A Persiaran Gurney 10250 Penang, Malaysia
Tel +604-2380000
18
Jun
11

HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!

Happy Father’s Day to all daddies in the world!

To my in-laws, Papa Chito, Maligayang Araw po ng mga Tatay! :)

Daddy Larry and Jun, Happy Father’s Day po! :)

 

To my uncles and truest friends who have sons and daughters, to my cousins and cousin-in-law, and to my blog buddies who are fathers too, let’s celebrate fatherhood everyday! :D

And of course to our very own Daddy Benruh, who despite imperfections, managed to raised us 4 by being an OFW himself (just like his eldest and youngest now), thank you! And to my brother, Captain Mike, Happy Daddy’s Day too!

14
Jun
11

OUR SATURDAY MORNING AT 32ND PENANG INTERNATIONAL DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL

While most people in Penang were still sleeping and curling up in beds last Saturday morning, my wife, Tina, our 6-year-old son Gabby and I were already on our feet to the bus stop at few minutes after 6AM. The reason was simple : to get a glimpse at the 32nd Penang International Dragon Boat Festival held in Teluk Bahang Dam.

I initially considered sleeping with my family in a cheap hotel in George Town to be up and early at the rowing site but Tina vetoed the idea; I surrendered to her choice.

I never expected that we would have a long hike getting to the venue.

Although it took us only few minutes to be at the jetty after hopping to the bus from our place in Butterworth, we’ve waited around half an hour for the bus to arrive and spent another 30 minutes for the ferry to arrive in Penang Sentral that will take us to George Town; note that the usual ferry trip takes around 12-15 minutes (Why ride the ferry? We’re staying in mainland Penang where our work site is and “the life” is in Penang Island so whether you own a car or you commute, either way, you still have to cross the bay via ferry–for both vehicle owners and commuters or take the long Penang Bridge).

We had another bus ride from George Town to Teluk Bahang; it’s Rapid Bus 101 that took us there for almost an hour. Now you can do the math computing for our travel time! It was almost 9AM when we got off the bus and immediately bought some chilled bottled water at the convenient store within a gas station. Oh, and by the way, we went there with fellow colleagues, Dr. Y and Dr. C.who are also photo-enthusiasts.

Dr. Y : “One kilometer na lang daw iyong dam, lakarin na lang natin! Kaya ba nyan (referring to my son)?”  (It’s still 1 km to the dam, let’s just walk; is it OK for Gabby?)

Me : “Sure!”

And my simple honest nod to his question took us for that unexpected morning hike.

After passing by Penang Butterfly Farm which we haven’t been to, we had that unforgettable almost 45-minute-uphill-walk to the dam. (You might think we could have taken a taxi cabs but ‘teksi’ here in Penang require to be contacted by SMS or phone call if you’re not riding it from their stations; or we could have hopped onto another bus but it would take another hour for us to wait).

We walked though this long and winding road…. Tina and I are just proud of Gabby; he took his steps through it with less complaints.

Believe it or not : Our 6 year old son, Gabby walked with us through this uphill road enroute Teluk Bahang Dam; it was almost 2 km long!

It was a good relief when we finally saw the dam…

the bridge to the Dragon Boat site with the view opposite Teluk Bahang Dam.

The 2-day-competition held June 11-12, 2011 had entries from Guam, Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Macau, UAE, China, Malaysian states like Kedah, Perak, Selangor and Penang of course but Tina and I had our widest smiles when we heard the name of our country, the Philippines who, at the time of our arrival at the site was already rowing at the preliminaries.

Guess who competed for The Philippines…

 Me to Tina :  “Tanggal pagod nang marining ko ang  “in lane….The Philippines!”  (My fatigue was nothing after I heard, “”in lane….The Philippines!”)

Unlike in other foreign cities, there is rarity of Filipinos in Penang so understandably, it’s nice to see and meet Filipinos, more so if they’re here to represent our country.

Photo-op : Gabby with a DLSU-Philippines-Dragon Boat Team member

After the DLSU-Philippines finished 3rd at their first row before the official Opening Ceremonies…

we  caught them having their much needed-stretching…

then had their cheer for victory…

Animo! ... As DLSU-Philippines Dragon Boat Team puts it, For Synchronicity, Strength and Speed!

Meet some of the foreign and local Dragon Boat rowers…

Singapore! See you in 2 months time...

Nice to see varied colors of uniforms!

The 32nd PIDBF had Standard Boat and Small Boat Races of 250meters and 500meters, with Open, Women and Mixed categories.

"row, row, row your boat gently down the stream..."

But wait, our beloved Philippine flag was displayed upside-down, gera ito! (means war!) :) Had it not for our colleague, Dr. Y who told the people there to fix our banner, it would have been in the air for two days wrongly.

Universe, the blue part of our flag should always be on top of the red, get it? Otherwise, it means WAR!

As a beginner in violin, I was so impressed at these Chinese youngsters who played at the Opening Ceremony that was done at 10AM, their band played upbeat pop songs fit for the competition.

At around few minutes past 10, we decided to leave the event while our colleagues, Dr. Y. and Dr. C stayed until 5PM. According to them, DLSU-Philippines Dragon Boat Team placed 1st in one of the races that day, congratulations!

It was fun watching people…

reminds me of a local teeny-bopper TV soap, "Tabing-Ilog" hehehe

Luckily, as we walked down the road, there was an empty taxi cab that passed by, so it saved our legs and feet in going back to the bus stop.

Although admittedly, we were fatigued from the event, we never regret our decision of attending it. As Tina and I witnessed how Gabby was strong-willed to finish the hike with us (as if he had other options!) and for being exposed to friendly competitive sports, I was reminded of the fact that if you really want something (like success in any task, or a glorious win),

there are a ton of ways to do it, but otherwise, you’ll just offer reasons to make up for not trying.

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PS : While on the Rapid Bus 101 going to Gurney Mall from Teluk Bahang, we figured out it’s a perfect time to freshen up and try another wonderful lunch buffet!   *burp*   –>here’s our dining experience at G Cafe in G Hotel, Penang

12
Jun
11

DINING IN G CAFE, G HOTEL, PENANG

In the heart of one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, where century-old structures fused harmoniously with modern and restored ones, a gorgeous hotel stands proud and celebrates its contemporary and stylish designs with non-intimidating ambience.
Saturday, 11 June 2011.  When you’re living an expat life with your wife and kid and you both work 5 days a week with a daily routine that can be almost utterly boring (read : home-work-home-work routine), you strongly need to be creative in spicing up your weekends to break and prevent monotony.
 
Last Saturday, Tina, Gabby and I woke up at 5AM to go to an event that I will post next.  After being sun-kissed, walked up and downhill and felt fatigued, we decided to reward ourselves by trying out the buffet lunch at G Cafe at the lobby of G Hotel located in Persiaran Gurney, Penang.
 
Tina, being modestly frugal as she is, reminded me to be conscious of our budget.  So after we all went to the toilet to freshen up, I approached the counter at the entrance of the restaurant to inquire the rates of their buffet. We were keeping our options in mind in case the price is beyond our taste.
 
At around half hour before noon, a friendly and courteous banquet manager spoke to me and informed me that their International buffet lunch on a Saturday for adult costs RM 52++ (PhP 743++ or USD 17++) inclusive of free flow of fresh fruit beverages, coffee and tea, and kids of Gabby’s age eat for free. Well, that sounded like music to my ears! The price is definitely a steal and imagine, our little-big boy would eat for free! We gave it a nod and reserved a table for three at 12 noon.  
The cool and edgy atmosphere at the lobby is spontaneous. Other than the use of various wonderful and comfortable seats, I like the air of having tall ceiling and the presence of glass walls to stimulate appreciation of huge trees and lush greens outside surrounding Gurney Mall. Yes, if you are familiar with Greenbelt Mall in Makati, Philippines, G Hotel in Gurney Drive Penang reminds me of home.
 
The interiors of G Cafe also boasts of simple lines, repeated circles and other geometric patterns which are also apparent in the use of modern yet ergonomic chairs and tables.  
 
The use of those striking royal blue drop lights on the walls somewhat like echoes and matches with the drinking glasses of the same hue; isn’t it nice?
Who would not want a breather from the usual homecooked dishes, or worst, the repeated consumption of fastfood value meals? Luxury sometimes, comes reasonably affordable as we always keep in mind that our pocket dictates indulgence need not to be expensive.
 
Who would not want to dine under these lights?
Without idea of being rushed (as in quick bites every breakfast and that 1-hour lunch breaks at the office except on Fridays, 12-2:30PM) and most importantly, dining comfortably with your family with foods you love eating, the experience was truly divine!  
And so Tina, Gabby and I took our taste buds to another gastronomic adventure at this sumptuous lunch buffet at G Cafe.
 
I started with their creamy corn soup; i like its light buttery taste with thick and textured consistency. 
Salad comes next : My plate had prawn salad, cheese, mix salad (tossed with crab sticks) and one of my favorites, potato salad… everything was superb! the prawn salad’s flavor wasn’t overpowering; it wasn’t too spicy, neither too oily. Sarap! it was like a perfect prelude to this wonderful dining experience. 
I tell you, I can eat this seafood plate everyday! hahaha! :D
Although there were no sushi and sashimi, which God knows I am biased with (Japanese foods are only offered every Thursday nights at G Cafe as of present), and notable absence of carving stations except for some Peking duck and smoked chicken,  Tina and I concluded that when you enjoy every bite, everything seems to be complete.
 
At the spread, these burst of colors reminded me of my favorite season of the year, Christmas!
Defensively, we know buffet plates should not be stuffed with most from the spread to effortlessly look like you’re eating as if there’s no tomorrow, hahaha! but Tina had this plate because she wanted to share those dishes she preferred with me and Gabby, isn’t that sweet? :D
My wife recommends this Chinese prawn dish and comments,“It feels like eating in Ongpin (Manila’s Chinatown).”   My palate dictates that it’s the sesame oil that makes most Chinese foods taste Chinese.  I miss having some dimsum and dumplings, though.
You can never go wrong with Peking Duck and smoked chicken with honey syrup… Yum! :D  *unless you’re allergic to it*
Baked vegetables, spring rolls and calamares, anyone?
Delightful desserts!
Irresistible temptations!
Guinataan! Wow! :D
As I’ve always stated it, the world is so incomplete without ice cream, agree?
 
Fibers are essential, we know.
And coffee is a must to end our meals.
 
Above all, my family is happy. It was indeed, a happy weekend!
Tina and I were so impressed at their highly efficient wait staff. Our glasses were refilled with freshly squeezed fruit punch promptly, attended to our needs in a blink making their service almost impeccable!
 
I almost forgot to tell you that Amex credit card holders receive 15% discount  on top of the reasonable cost of this lunch buffet. :) We only paid RM102 (PhP 1,458 or USD 33.7) for two plates as Gabby ate for free, I know it’s the usual price of one buffet plate in some hotels when I left Manila last year, so it was truly a steal!
 
It won’t be our last time to dine at G Cafe in G Hotel, definitely.
I wish to bring back my family there to experience their room and amenities too someday.
After all, the view from their 300+ rooms include priceless sight of Penang bay and the tourist-famous Gurney boulevard. *wishful thinking*
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G Cafe, G Hotel
168A Persiaran Gurney 10250 Penang, Malaysia
Tel +604-2380000
10
Jun
11

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