Wednesday, 28 May 2008


28 hb Mei 2008, genaplah Damia setahun. Sekejap je.. pejam celik, pejam celik dah setahun umurnya.

Scan masa 4 bln..

Sehari selepas dilahirkan, berat cuma 2.69 kg

Masa ni umur dah 8 setengah bulan

Bersama kakaknya, semasa sessi BBQ di belakang rumah.

Dalam walker..

Di ladang tulip..


dan lagi..

Amacam? Cantik tak gigi saya?

Excited dengan hadiah birthday..

Main dengan kakaknya..

posted by ~yatie~

until then

Thursday, 22 May 2008

----~@ Jokes @~---

email from a frend, just wanna share it with u guys....

There was a Chinese lady married to an English gentleman and they lived in London. The poor lady was not very proficient in English, but managed somehow to communicate with her husband. The real problem arose whenever she had to shop for groceries.

One day, she went to the butcher and wanted to buy pork legs. She didn't know how to put forward her request, and in desperation, lifted up her skirt to show her thighs. The butcher got the message and the lady went home with pork legs.

The next day, she needed to get chicken breasts. Again, she didn't know how to say, and so she unbuttoned her blouse to show the butcher her breast. The lady got what she wanted.

The third day, the poor lady needed to buy sausages.She brought her husband to the store.......... so what did she do?????????????????????????????

What are you thinking???????????????


her husband speaks English laa!! u think wat i think? naaaa....

okay one more.....

Believe it or not...

Woman has Man in it;
Mrs. has Mr . in it;
Female has Male in it;
She has He in it;
Madam has Adam in it;
No wonder men always want to be inside women!
Men were born between the legs of a woman, yet men spend all their life and time trying to go back between the legs of a woman....
Okay, Okay, it all makes sense now...
I never looked at it this way before:
MEN tal illness
MENstrual cramps
MEN tal breakdown
MEN opause
GUY necologist
AND ..
When we have REAL trouble, it ' s a HIS terectomy.
Ever notice how all of women ' s problems start with MEN?

P.S Just for laugh guys...

until then

Tuesday, 20 May 2008

---~@ Afsluitdijk @~---

i remember end of last year aku plan nak gi sini, at last we arrived at ''De Afsluitdijk" last saturday. unfortunately the weather was not at our side, its been raining all day long (dr umah lagi).

De Afsluitdijk (pronouced "afsluitdaik"-in malay la) is actually a dam connecting the province Friesland and Noord-Holland (North-Holland). the idea of building the dam is already been around since 1667 by Hendrik Stevin but it took over two centuries later the thought of his was picked up again.

the man who responsible for the build of Afsluitdijk is Cornelis Lely, he started the Zuiderzee Society (south sea society) and headed the project of closing and draining the Zuiderzee until 1821. and at 1932 exactly two minutes past one o'clock in the afternoon on 28th May 1932, the final hole in The Afsluidijk was closed. it is unfortunately that the engineer Cornelis Lely was not able to live the completion of the works, he died on 14th January 1929.

the statue of Cornelis Lely

the statue of the "bricklayer"

"de strijd tegen het water blijft een strijd door en voor de mens" translated as
"the fights against the water remains a fight through and for the man"

the exact location where the final water passage was closed "De Vlieter", a watch tower was built in 1933

left side view from the watch tower (mainland Noord-Holland)

right side view from the watch tower (mainland Friesland)

Afsluitdijk is 32km long. during the 2nd World War (1940-1945) it is estimated that 20,000 people were able to go into hiding here. The German occupiers tolerated them as polder workers until they were raided in 1944.

P.S. amazing fact; with 60,000 km of canals and rivers and other waters all across the country and in combination with many lakes, Holland can definitely call itself a "Waterland".

until then

Thursday, 8 May 2008

--~@ Het Loo Palace @~--

the weekend end up by we visiting Het Loo Palace, Apeldoorn. almost 2hrs drive from wateringen (den haag south). it is the perfect time during this time year to pay a visit to the palace. Het Loo Palace is famous with its beautiful garden which of coz only can be admire during spring or summer.

Today, Het Loo Palace is a national Museum, reflects the historical ties between the House of Orange-Nassau (ancestor of current ruler of The Netherlands) and the Netherlands. On June 20th 1984, the palace and gardens were reopened to the public after 7 years restoration programme.

Exit to Het Loo Palace

The Dolphin Fountain in front of the palace

to the east side of the palace is the Queen's Garden. during the restoration work, the walled garden were restored to their original 17th centuries state.

a welcoming feeling when u walking tru a network of arboured pathways. this is the private garden of Queen Mary, overlooked by her apartment on the east side of the building.

the Lower Garden can be reach from the lower floor of the palace.

The King's Garden to west side of the palace.

The Fountain of Venus, its central location indicative of its being the most important fountain in the Lower Garden.

View across the Lower Garden, with the fountain of Terestrial Globe

im sorry i cant load any pictures of the paintings, medals and many other national heritage of the Kingdom of The Netherland. it is because of the museum policy (heheh..every museum does) "no pictures inside the palace, only at Palace's Gardens".

but i tell you one thing, it worth to visit the palace. altho no pictures were allowed to be taken, you can still buy a very informative books with detailed pictures with explanation in it. the book will tell you the history of the palace,it will walk you tru each and every room inside the palace. and also inside the book you can find a copy of the original blue print of the garden as early as in 17th centuries.

did i mention that the palace have a royal stable and also a fine collection of Royal's vintage cars.

P.S. for more info please click here. ehhehehe, actually here.

until then

Tuesday, 6 May 2008

---~@ Keukenhof 2008 @~---

Our latest visit to the Keukenhof (Tulips Garden). last year bertiga sekarang berempat with the new addition to our family, no exception. mesti lawat jugak ini tahun.

i know u all dont want to read what im gonna say, so this entry no words... just enjoy the pictures.

Bergaya with her new shade

"bila larut malam"..panca sitara la katakan

Berbasikal mengelilingi ladang tulip.. Basikal tua ku..

r u sure u don want my comment ?

closed up

P.S. no words..sorry

until then

Monday, 5 May 2008

---~@ Swiss Part III @~---

~ Chateau De Gruyeres ~

Built in the 11th centuries, the castle was continuously inhabited by the counts of Gruyeres until the mid 16th centuries, when the bankrupted 19th count fled and his lands were divided between the lords of Bern and Fribourg.

day four
. our final destination before driving back to holland.

Gruyères stands in the midst of the Fribourg green pre-Alpine foothills. The castle, one of the most prestigious in Switzerland, towers majestically above the medieval town.

its been raining since early in the morning, but as planned we need to visit the Chateau de Gruyeres. so, not much of the view tho with rains, cloudy and little sun shine, but my wife manage to snaps some of the pictures along the way.

Here's what we came here for, the great late-medieval pile of the Château de Gruyères.

The courtyard from somewhere up along the ramparts

Tempat memasak

The remains of Old Soldiers, with the old soldiers gone.

beautiful glass art painting at the windows.

The Hall of Preposterous Heroic Art

The gardens at the end of the castle, seen from the hall above. This is viewed from the tiny window of the tower room of "Beautiful Luce", who's one of Gruyères' only claims on seriously romantic mythology

a little chapel just outside the castle

Trotting briskly along towards the Château de Gruyères at the top end of the village, we pass first through a gate in the Château St Germain (to the right)

small shop with a beautiful little garden, mesmerizing!

the Gruyeres high street with the view of the Alps

The High Street, looking past the chapel towards the château. Actually restaurants on both sides of the street with a small fountain right in the middle of the street.

such a beauty to end our journey...

P.S. all and all, our swiss trip was one of the best family holiday so far....

until then