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Picnic dinner

Nowadays because of the new daylight savings time, sunset is not until 8.30pm...

So on Friday, hubby and I decided to take dinner to an outdoor setting by packing a picnic to enjoy by the Canning River...


Nice and breezy by the river...


Fooling around...

Makan time in KK

Other various makan time pics during our time in KK...

Reunion steamboat dinner


Pancakes by Paul on the Patio


Durian session 1 and 2

BBQ... kay-kay style

Ingredients all prepared...


Preparing the fire... using an electric fan... it's quite a good idea actually, much easier than using the traditional grass fan


Brothers... clowning around


More funny poses.... mmmmm.... smells yummy!

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