11 Ramadan 1434 AH – Going Italian

Heading for different taste this time, we’re trying Italian. Not Little Italy, but Pasta-Pasta. It’s a small shop at Gaya Street, serving pasta according to your own choice, for only RM6.50 per giant paper cup. Yeap. I had penne with tomato sauce beef and mushroom while wifey had penne carbonara beef and mushroom.

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You might say, it’s like fast food for pasta. The menu came with three step, the pasta then sauce then toppings.

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Worth to try next time. After sungkai we head back home to have a cow break…

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Before ending the day, I had a coffee and tea mamak style with my Silat friend. One of them, a teacher, is transferring to Melaka in a few days.

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By the way, they pronounce it correctly for Italy and Iran, but not Iraq. Why?


The Geek

A so called geek who resides at North Borneo, in a not so little city anymore, formerly known as Api-Api to the locals, Jesselton to the colonialist. This geek is a Civil Engineer by profession, who have lots of ideas popping up while traveling, who will write whatever popped up in his mind and hopping the reader would not be so judgmental toward his writings. This geek is also a computer & internet junkie who love outdoor, which is pretty much contradicting to each other doesn’t it? This geek is good at almost everything but a master of none (read about this somewhere). People may perceive him as a very quiet, describe as phlegmatic person, yet he is quite a chatterbox to those whom he is really close or comfortable with. This geek thinks anime chicks are way cooler than a real chick hence why he also likes to watch it (not the chicks, but the anime). Not to be mistaken as watching a cartoon, anime to this geek and to most of anime follower are animation that are created and produce by the Japanese.

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