Being 33 and more. #collegemates #studentlife #chickencurry


Visited Rain and Aadi’s flat this evening. I wasn’t expecting to go for dinner at their place tonight since we postponed it last week. I thought we’d do the dinner thing like some time in December or something. So it was nice that I got Rain’s Whatsapp message in the afternoon and I thought, sure, why not? And I could also bring along some wine and cake so they could help me celebrate my belated birthday.

The siblings recently got a place at Zest Apartments, which is only a few blocks away from my flat. But this was the amazing view they have from their balcony! So jealous! They get to see the harbor and not to mention quite a close view of the Sky Tower too!

It’s almost the end of Spring and I find it very odd that the days are longer now. This photo was taken around 8:40pm and the skies have not yet darkened!

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Of course I had to take a mandatory shot of myself with the view of the city lights behind me and the lighted bridge to the north as well. Photo courtesy of Aadi and his steady hands.

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Sky Tower peeking at the right side of Rain and Aadi’s balcony.

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The host and the guests! Aadi, Juhi, myself and Rain while Sanjay took our photo in front of the balcony view.

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With the ever so elegant and polite Rain, my Indian friend from Pink City!

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Aadi’s chicken curry! He’s quite the cook! Although he didn’t make it too spicy this time cos he thought I didn’t eat spicy food but oh well. I love how Indian dishes put yoghurt into the stew instead of coconut milk. Seemed like it was so healthy!

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Photo credits to Aadi who is awesome at taking photos and took this wonderful view of the moon and Sky Tower below it. Instagram worthy shot!

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Dinner on the floor and sitting like the Indians. So cool but not cool on the calf muscles though.

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I brought along with me, a $14.99 Toi Toi New Zealand Gisborne Merlot 2014. And dessert of course, Sara Lee’s Chocolate Cheesecake.

I was shameless really, brought my own candles and cake so I could have a memorable photo of my 33rd! The siblings didn’t even realize that I just turned 33 days ago. But they were really cool and more than made it up to me!

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Groufie~!

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I was actually surprised at how much fun I had with this bunch. We were talking mostly about India and their culture (of course right? I was the only non-Indian there!), and talked about anything that came to mind really. I felt such a chatterbox that night which was very unlike my usual self in a social setting. But then again, it could’ve been the wine talking. But I loved the small crowd we had. It was a good number. Just 5 of us, talking about part time jobs, Malaysian employers here, stereotypes and what not.

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Isn’t this lovely? My 33rd birthday made so much more memorable with these cozy number of friends and the Sky Tower behind us!

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I mean really, they tried very hard to make the party felt lively. Even hung banners and streamers up! We were switching off the lights and even dancing just the 5 of us as if we’re in da club, being silly and just having good clean fun!

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We didn’t even stay too long, we were actually making quite a lot of noise at around 10:30pm and I was worried our noise might get them in trouble. By 11:20pm we decided it was enough party for a Sunday night and I myself have classes at 9am the next day, and so did Rain.

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And finally I got a photo with a cake and a burning candle on it! Yay!

 

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