Pacific Coffee Company (Pacific Coffee), a premium coffeehouse from Hong Kong launched its Malaysian flagship outlet at IOI Boulevard. Other than this outlet, there is one at Pavilion KL as well, on the 2nd floor, near the banks.
This is NOT an advertorial.
Eucerin (by Beierdorf) recently launched their Aquaporin range of moisturisers & a bunch of us lucky girls were invited by Advertlets to the launch at Delicious, marc Residence.
All the pretty blogger babes in a row!!! (except for the guy on the left, SESAT fella.. ;-) )
Wake in the morning, feeling like P. Diddy,
Grab my Nexus, I’m out the door, hitting the road running..
Before I leave, I must log on to iTalk Whoa,
‘Cause without it I aint know how to start the day… :yahoo:
Ok, fine. Corny rendition I know ;-)
But that’s a fact..
Once awake, the laptop is on before my eyes are even wide open. *type type* in goes the password..
And ……WHAT’s ON TWITTER???
My greeting to the world!!!!
Then it’s call time to Japan! I must say this is my favourite function to use. CHEAP maaa…
The cute pink phone icon is a shortcut to my VOIP dialer which is found in the MAIL tab. Click on it..
…and the dialer will pop up .
It automatically “appears” in the number field after you choose your choice of country.
You just proceed to key in the contact number! Small things like that do make life simpler no? I mean, it’s fine if it is a number that you call everyday –like in my case – my daily call to someone in Japan (buy you an orgasmic mango cheesecake from Harith’s Samsaraa restaurant if you can guess who is it!), but what if you use it for company’s purposes as well? (Yes, it’s a smarter/CHEAPER choice!! Really cuts down the expenses!).
I do not remember every country’s code, I normally just key-in the number from the namecards.
Call rates are at 7sen/min and varies between countries. For more information on the rates, you can click here.
Generally, it is a bargain considering how much I would have to pay if I were to dial from my handphone/company line.
So, do consider iTalk WHOA!, even if it’s only for the VOIP calls. A good tip to share with your company’s management board & Finance too!
Registration ? Click iTalk WHOA.
14 years ago, a suave Italian ;-) came to Malaysia and made Malaysia his home.
Like all others, he seeked the comfort of his country’s cuisine & FORTUNATELY for us, he did NOT open ANOTHER Italian restaurant.
Instead, he creates with his hands..lovely creamy gelato, the way he knows how, the way he recalls they were like in Italy & as authentically as possible despite being 9700km away from home.
Dr. Massimo Minecci started Gelatomio (aptly named My Gelato), from a humble 12 flavours shop to currently a gelati-empire boasting 60 flavours with outlets in Time Square, Subang Parade, Pavilion KL, Penang, Melaka and Johor.
He supplies approximately 70 major hotels and restaurants in KL which includes Shangri-La, Le Meridien, Pan Pacific, Prince Hotel, Hilton, G Hotel, chinoiz and espressamente.
I have expected nothing less than stellar food for this session considering that I have been following Ms Jazz’s blog for a while. She is quite a food connoisseur herself, having been out of the country (it does broadens one’s culinary buds right?) as well as a regular patron in most fine dining restaurants.
Her reviews were pretty critical as well as honest. Which brings me to Silver Spoon Trattoria, her very own family establishment. One wouldn’t expect anything less than the best.
For example, the Chef is Chef Ken, who was the same Chef @ Ken’s cafe previously. Apparently he has quite a reputation.
And he is famous for his Tiramisu, or so I heard. Well, I find the Creme Brule (RM14) too sweet, the tiramisu (RM16) OK, intoxicatingly infused with alcohol (great for alcoholics) and the Choc Pot (RM15) a perfect medley of flavor and texture (mousse-like) but wonderfully rich. Yes, the chocolate pot is my favourite.