Kaylee Rogers – Hallelujah


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Kaylee is a special child.  She has autism and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, but when she sings…be prepared to be touched by an angel!

Watch the video and get both the original and the Christmas-themed reworked lyrics sung by Kaylee here:

Kaylee Rogers – Hallelujah

Batam 1-Day Trip


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My 5th blog about Batam, this time only a 1-day trip with sightseeing, shopping, massage and seafood lunch and dinner.  Read about it in Just Rambling 2 here: Batam 1-Day Trip



Genting Highlands Day 3/4 – Genting Skyway/Strawberry Farm


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Last part of my Genting trip on Just Rambling 2 featuring Genting Skyway and Strawberry Farm…



Genting Highlands Day 2 – Coffee Terrace/Mushroom Farm Restaurant


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The second day we woke up and had breakfast at the hotel’s Coffee Terrace.  It was free for 8 of us with room bookings, kids are free, but Rose had to pay RM40 because she only booked the coach ride.  For the buffet style breakfast, RM40 (about S$13.50) is rather cheap.

Read about this in Just Rambling 2 here:


Genting Highlands Day 1 – Resort Hotel


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We reached the hotel Basement 5 at about 1pm.  The coach attendant uncle gave us instructions on how to get to the hotel lobby from B5 after getting our luggage out from the belly of the coach…


Read about Resort Hotel on my Just Rambling 2 blog here:


Genting Highlands Day 1 – Transtar Solitaire Coach


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Family road trip to Genting Highlands Resort.  Read about it in my other blog Just Rambling 2 here:



Hong Kong Day 5 – Adios, Hong Kong!


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The last day we went around the streets near our hotel in search of some local breakfast and found this dim sum restaurant.  The people here are very friendly.  We had to wait outside for a table a…


Source: Hong Kong Day 5 – Adios, Hong Kong!

Hong Kong Day 4 – Macau


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Although the LZBs had been to Macau on our previous trip, the two young ladies hadn’t so Macau was in our itinerary.  We set out for breakfast at the Australia Milk Company again and this time we were lucky.   Even though it was still early, there was already a queue forming outside the establishment.  We were shown to a table quite soon despite of that.



Read on… https://justrambling2.wordpress.com/hong-kong-ovolo-west-kowloon-hotel/day-4-macau/

Hong Kong – Day 3 Disneyland!


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Day 3 we woke up early thinking that we could have breakfast at the Australia Milk Company, a place famous for the doubled-boiled milk.  However, when we got there, it was closed so we picked one of the two tea houses opposite from there.  As with most small eateries, the tables are limited so you have to eat and go, no sitting down for small talk…

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Hong Kong – Day 2 Ngong Ping and the Big Buddha


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On the 2nd day, we woke up fairly early and had a quick breakfast at the hotel dining room.  It was buffet style with limited selection of food but it filled us up so no complaints!

We had a pleasant walk in the other direction (different from the first day), choosing to take the MTR at Nam Cheong Station instead of Sham Shui Po Station.  We passed by housing flats and a school, the weather was cool and it was like walking in an air-conditioned room.  With my expert sisters guiding, we got to Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car station without any problem at all.  We were early so the queue wasn’t long.  The counters weren’t even open yet and by the time they opened, the queue had stretched far behind us…


Read more: https://justrambling2.wordpress.com/hong-kong-ovolo-west-kowloon-hotel/hong-kong-day-2-ngong-ping-and-the-big-buddha/