Plus its halal too. Welcome to Penny University. Best part was, no stress when you’re in this ‘school’. You get to eat,chill and be merry. They serve mostly my kind of food. Thank you very much. Sandwiches with healthy cuts galore. And their desserts? Are to die for. Why? Because they’re always sold out way before mid day! And whenever their constant supplier Fluffbakery sends their cupcakes especially, fastest it’ll go is within an hour? Yes they’re THAT famous.
Another thing that I love about Penny is their rustic, vintage decor. Recycled items from yesteryears don the cafe. The chairs, the tables, even their water glasses which I still remember drinking from those at my late grandma’s kampung.
And who can forget the friendly faces who greet you when you come in and out? The staff there make you feel welcome and make you a part of their extended family.
This would definitely not be a cafe that I would stay away from.
Pictures below are taken during my makan journey with Penny University
I’ve caught the bug. A first this year. I rarely get sick so to be sick this early of the year it truly sucks. A splitting headache, a runny nose and a throat that feels I’ve swallowed cardboard.
I haven’t succumbed to the doctor’s yet. Hopefully my self medication works. Can’t afford to stay in bed all day. There’s routine work to be done. Hope I can get through this day as painless as possible.
Till then have a great Monday!
Funny what a 5 day holiday in foreign soil can do to you. You come back rejuvenated and refresh and you wish you’ll go for a holiday again next week. But reality sinks in and your routine at home starts all over again until you await the next long break.
The last time we went to Bali was 2 years ago and I must say quite a number of things have change. New hotels have sprung up and new polish malls were beckoning. Even the airport were undergoing renovations. (we had to walk pretty far to our transfers with luggage and all)
We went with a huge group this time round. My family, my best friend Zahrin, my mum, sis and husband, his parents, my cousin Erwin and family and our good friends Ain and Din. Phew! As per our previous trips so far, Hard Rock Hotel has been our topmost preferred choice. As much as I want to stay at a private villa, Hard Rock was the first choice as my kids preferred the hotel rather than a villa citing boredom as the number 1 factor if we stayed in a villa which was true as for me villas are mostly for those who require privacy unlike mine who absolutely adore the kecohness.
It was our first time taking Qatar airways to Bali. We could not resist the cheap fare atop the best airline 2011/2012. I particularly wanted to know what the hype was all about. The plane was indeed top notch. Every mechanical gadget that it came with was a wow factor. Couldn’t say much about the service though. I guess nothing was comparable to our very own personal airline.
Our trip this time was more of a chillax kind of holiday. It was either the pool or the beach. No sight seeing at all except to Nusa Dua where we snorkeled and made a quick trip to turtle island.
After Nusa Dua we went to a wonderful place called DreamLand which I will write more in my next post. So wait for it. I leave you now with our memories