Thursday, February 20, 2014

Lost

I have to drive all the way to Ulu Lanang to go to the Pos Malaysia to retrieve a mail on Tuesday.  A gift for being top commentor in Sherry blog for January.  Thank you Sherry for the lovely gift.


There were few mails that lost or rather I did not received at all.  Never had such problems in Kuching.  So far I knew I did not received blog giveaway prizes from Libby and Kelly Siew.  :(

This was my first time driving that far to Ulu Lanang.  I wonder why they have to build the post office this far, but at least I get to see all those industrial shops and learn new place and new roads by myself.  If not for the still under-constructed road, I am sure the traffic would be smoother.  It took me about 20 minutes to reach my destination, and if not for my GPS, I was rather unsure of where to go initially. Some more I have to rant over here on certain drivers.   Right lane is for speeding.  For those drivers to cut and not for you to drive slowly.  Some more they are heavy vehicles and they drive slowly on the right lane.  Damn!  And I also hate those drivers who never bother to signal before they turn.  Hubby used to complain about those inconsiderate drivers, but till I encountered them myself, I understand how he feels.  *wink* 

After collecting my mail, I went for breakfast with hubby in Jalan Kampung Dato.  Never try this laksa in this coffee shop.  I forgot to note the name of the coffee shop but it is the corner shop facing the garden.  Same row with the coffee shop selling bak kut teh. 

Rather spicy, hardly can taste the fragrant laksa paste.  RM4.00 per bowl.  The portion was alright but not the best laksa I had in Sibu.  But at least I have tried and can do some comparison here.  *wink*

13 comments:

suituapui said...

I dunno that place - to collect registered mails if they send and you're not home. If ever I need to go, I will ask you for directions - I usually use poslaju only, near my house.

That's MAS corner! Double thumbs down - you should have checked my blog or asked me before going:
http://suituapui.wordpress.com/2013/12/20/do-it-yourself

Merryn said...

Wah.. Arthur said double thumbs down! That bad eh?

Rose said...

Yaloh. Other places have nicer laksa.

Rose said...

Not nice. Just spicy. No laksa smell and taste.

LouizYee said...

The asam laksa looks very appetizing.. By looking at it already drooling liao..
Oh yes, I'm also very pissed off by those drivers sometimes.. I hate people tailing other cars too.. Come on, if they can't wait, they can always cut and overtake, right?

Rose said...

This is Sarawak laksa. Different from assam laksa.

mun said...

So brave of you to drive so far on your own. I have only eaten Sarawak laksa once and the taste is really unique with lots of spices.

Sharon D said...

I have to drive very far to collect registered mail too although there's another Post Office just around the corner -_-

Azura Chan said...

My hometown is Sibu, but I still got lost whenever I'm drive around the town. And their driving manner, I bet all knows it. No need to mention here. Lol!

Yee Ling said...

I just had the best laksa in Sibu town, Aloha Cafe. Priced at RM5, RM7 and RM10. The difference is the size of prawns you getting..hahha

Libby said...

Hi rose feel sad that you did not received my prize i sent it out quite long ago i think it is lost in mail this is the second time i encounter this

Shirley Tay said...

So sorry to learn that your PO is so far away. Thank Goodnes mine is just less than 10 mins walk.

Sorry for not coming by lately as I've been swamped with events :<

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Can't request for them to resend to your home the registered mail?