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Thursday, 16-Dec-2010 04:31 Email | Share | | Bookmark

Zara wearing spikey hair. Thanks to Uncle Dino & Auntie Maya
Zara and daddy @ Mc D
Zara loves Java Chips Frapucchino
This is my Zara. She is 1 year and 3 months old. She started walking a week before she turns 1. The apple of my eye.

Sunday, 25-Oct-2009 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Welcome to the world my lil princes: Zara Adriana Muzani

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She came to this world at 8.52am UK time on the 25th October 2009. Born normal at Queen's Medical Centre Hospital, Nottingham. Alhamdulillah, syukur ke hadrat Allah.

Monday, 29-Dec-2008 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Visit to Anfield

maz & dino: they too weren't Liverpool supporters
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Visited Anfield and Everton. Both club weren't my favourite. Only yesterday Gerard was accused of involving in a fight during their celebration. Gerard scored 2 goals and their team won 5-1 against Newcastle.

Bought some souvenir for my sister. She and her husband are Liverpool supporters.

Liverpool was our final destination before we head home for Loughborough. Home sweet home

Saturday, 27-Dec-2008 21:58 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Tour de Chester

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Done with York, to Chester we went. It's near North of Wales. There are a few must see attractions.

To name a few are:

Chester Military Museum - 3pd per entry for an adult - CH1 2DN
River Cruise & Sight seeing bus around Chester - CH1 1SD
Chester Cathedral - CH1 2HU
Dewa Roman Experience - No postcode. It's near Pierpoint Lane, off Bridge St
Miniature railway - near Grosvenor Park
The City Walls
Suspension Bridge
The roman amphitheater

The view are breathtaking. It's a beautiful city with extremely unique architecture. A must visit for those who appreciate rare and beautiful buildings. To shopaholics,ehem, like me, Cheshire Oak designer Outlet is a must visit.

Thursday, 25-Dec-2008 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Tour de York

the Clifford
a rare view with minimum guests at the stairs
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It's Christmas time, Christmas day and a very long holiday.

We took the advantage of the long holiday to conquer York, beat the traffic jam and the crowd to tour the Shambles. To those who isn't familiar with York and the shambles, it's a place where the filmed The Pinocchio. But then, am no entirely sure, it's according to Mazrah.

There we went, departing from Loughborough at 9am, we reached approximately 11am at the Clifford Castle. Since most of the shops are closed, we strolled to enjoy the buildings sights the cathedral. The cathedral is one of the most largest in England.

The next day is Boxing day of which I was so looking forward to. Last year, this time, I was in Malaysia. So, this year, am glad that I'm here in UK.

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