Saturday, June 27, 2009

Pasta with Roasted yellow Pepper Sauce

Toasting the yellow pepper

My turn of making dinner today. Since my philosophy of eating light for dinner, choose to make this.

Modified Pioneer Woman's recipe of red pepper sauce with yellow pepper sauce. Sorry PW. :)

Refer to the link above to her recipe and her fantastic photography skill.

Recipe copied from her site, ran out of parsley in the house. Hence missing some green in the presentation. But I love the sauce, nutty.

My version of the pasta. Note the missing green element (Parsley)

Pasta with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

3 red bell peppers
2 tablespoons pine nuts (optional)
1/2 medium onion, finely diced
3 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 cup heavy cream
Flat leaf parsley, finely minced
Fresh Parmesan, shaved or grated
1/2 to 1 pound pasta: orecchiette, penne, fusilli, etc.

Roast red peppers, then place in a Ziploc bag to allow to sweat. Peel the charred skins from the peppers, then removed seeds. Set aside.

Lightly toast pine nuts in a skillet. Set aside.

Puree peppers with pine nuts. Set aside.

Cook pasta according to package directions.

In a skillet or pot over medium heat, drizzle in olive oil. Add diced onions and garlic and cook until soft. Pour in pepper puree and stir together. Add plenty of salt.

Pour in cream and stir to combine. Taste and add more salt, if necessary. Add cooked pasta, then stir together.

Place pasta into a bowl, top with chopped parsley and plenty of shaved Parmesan.

Megan enjoying the pasta.

Saturday Morning ride at FRIM

After a tough Friday morning RPM class in FF, and a nice recovery night ride at PCM, thought I will keep the momentum and head to FRIM Saturday morning for a little off road fun.

Woke up at 6am, have a cup of Joe and a sandwich with 2 half boiled eggs, pick up Ee a 6.45 and drive to FRIM. Always remember to pack the bike and stuff the night before, less chance of forgetting anything.

Weather was good this morning, and because we started early, less people on the trail.

Below is the statistic of the ride this morning.

Total exe time : 1 hour 13 minutes
Average heart rate : 129
Max Heart rate : 160
Total time in Zone : 1 hour 11 minutes (min 100, max 160)
Kcal burned : 690
Distance : 13.4KM
Average speed : 11.2 km/h
Max speed : 35.9 km/h
Average cadence : 61
Max cadence : 114

A little booboo happened at the first pit stop, I fell down due, lost balance, in front of a group of jogger. How embarrassing.

I am happy with this weekend ride.

See if I have time for a 40KM ride tomorrow evening. Or a 20KM one.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Song list for bodypump #70. Very cool

Here is the link to the page with the song list in #70.

Warmup: Don’t Leave me with the Light On – Danzel
Squats: It’s All Your Fault – Pink
Chest: Infinity 2008 – Guru Josh Project
Back: True Believer – E-Type
Triceps: Keeps Gettin’ Better – Christine Aguilera
Biceps: Gotta Be Somebody – Nickelback
Lunges: Raindrops (Encore Une Fois) – Sash! feat. Stunt
Shoulders: Thunderstruck – Hinder
Abdominals: Love Lockdown – Kanye West
Cooldown: If I Were A Boy – Beyonce.

RPM class this morning

Last 2 weeks for RPM #43.

It was good, able to push more by adding resistance. Can do a full attack at the end of song 7. Good ending for the week. Hopefully no more rain till tomorrow noon. Want to go back to FRIM.

The following is the song list for RPM #43.

Song #1 : Closer 3:59 Ne-Yo
Song #2 : Hot N Cold 5:18 Katy Perry
Song #3 : Spaceman 6:07 The Killers
Song #4 : Take Back The City 4:36 Snow Patrol
Song #5 : Voodoo People (Pendulum Remix) 6:06 The Prodigy
Song #6 : In The Darkness 6:29 Darude
Song #7 : Cry For You (Darren Styles Remix) 6:53 September
Cooling down, on bike : Broken Strings Featuring Nelly Furtado 4:15 James Morrison
Cooling down, off bike : Love Is A Losing Game 2:34 Amy Winehouse

Read from one of the posting in LesMills forum

"You'll leave the class exhusted but, hey, that's just the sensation of weakness leaving your body."

How true....

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Here is the challenge and the target

Here it is. It does not looks difficult. Less than 1KG per week. The game is on.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Friendly challenge

Well, well, well. Seems like we have couple of friends who will like to shed couple of KG and what is better than a little wager among friends to see who can reach the target first.

The target : shed 10% of body weight (it is not the actual weight lost that count, it is the percentage of the weight lost, copied from Biggest loser)

Duration : 3 months

Prize : Dinner at Jarod & Rowlings (Beer, Wines, Sausages, Pork knuckles) - just to gain back the weight? :)

I will update here when I weight myself tonight and start the clock. 

Let the game begins.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Mistake to avoid in Management

This is interesting.

Asked myself the question, do I have any of the following?
  1. Lack energy and enthusiasm
  2. Accept their own mediocre performance
  3. Lack clear vision and direction
  4. Have poor judgment
  5. Don't collaborate
Important question to ask myself, if answer yes to one of the behaviour, what could I do to reconnect to the purpose of my work?

Try to find one of the following and do it, with the help of the managers or colleague.
  1. Paces himself/herself by building in regular breaks from work.
  2. Manages workload so that he/she has time for unexpected problems or issues.
  3. Spends less time using his/her functional skills and more time encouraging team members to use theirs.
  4. Regularly takes time to step back and define or redefine what needs to be done.
  5. Focuses less on day to day operations and more on identifying and taking advantage of strategic opportunities. 
From here.

How to be happy at work

Is it important? Hell yes, we spend more time at work than anything else, we should be happy at work.

According to this article, there are a few thing to do to be happy at office

1. Choose to be happy. While brushing your teeth or shaving, look at the mirror at tell yourself that you will be happy today.

2. Find something you love to do and do it once a day. It can be something outside of the office, such as a hobby or something. How about pick up cycling and join me on my ride? Chess? PS3? Stay away from alcohol and drugs, please. Other vice as well. :)

3. Remind yourself that you can choose your own destiny and path your career takes. Learn a new skill that will take you to your chosen career.

Making any sense? Message me.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Pasta with eggplant

Since PW said that this pasta is all she needs in life. I told myself I got to try this.

Missing some ingredient, fresh basil (yeah, yeah, garden project not started) and Parmesan cheese. But still good.

The original recipe was from here.

Pasta with Eggplant

Olive oil
1 medium onion, diced
4 cloves garlic, finely chopped
3 medium eggplants
1 28-ounce can diced tomatoes
Fresh basil
1 1-lb package fusilli
salt & pepper
Parmesan Cheese

  • Cook pasta according to package directions.
  • Slice eggplant into round slices. Sprinkle one side with salt and allow to stand or 15 minutes. Turn over and repeat. Rinse eggplant and pat dry.
  • In a large skillet over medium heat, heat olive oil and cook onion and garlic until starting to turn color, about 5 minutes.
  • Add eggplant, stirring gently. Cook for 8 minutes, or until somewhat tender.
  • Dump in canned tomatoes and reduce heat to simmer. Add salt and pepper and simmer until eggplant is tender. Toss in cooked pasta and chopped basil. Stir in 3/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese.
  • Garnish with shaved Parmesan.

It was pretty good, maybe cook the eggplant a little longer and have Parmesan cheese on top.

The grilled chicken breast came out dry. Not good.

Megan finish what was in her bowl and ask for second. I think she is Italian.

Sunday morning breakfast - scone

Woke up early today. Make some scones for breakfast. Took the recipe from JoyofBaking website. Here is the source.


2 1/2 cups (325 grams) all-purpose flour

2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder

1/2 teaspoon kosher salt

1 tablespoon (14 grams) granulated white sugar (optional)

1/2 cup (113 grams) cold unsalted butter, cut into small pieces

3/4 cup (180 ml) milk

1 large egg, lightly beaten


1 large egg, lightly beaten with 1 tablespoon milk

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (205 degrees C) and place rack in center of oven. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

In a large mixing bowl, sift or whisk together the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Cut the butter into the dry ingredients until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs (use pastry blender, two knives, or fingertips). Add the milk and slightly beaten egg and stir until just combined. (The texture should be sticky, moist and lumpy.)

Place mixture on a lightly floured surface and knead the dough gently until it comes together and is a smooth dough.

Roll out dough to 1/2 inch (1.25 cm) thickness. Cut out biscuits with a lightly floured round cookie cutter. Place on prepared baking sheet and brush the tops with the beaten egg and milk mixture and bake for about 10 - 15 minutes or until the tops are golden brown and a toothpick inserted in the center of the biscuit comes out clean. Remove from oven and place on a wire rack. Serve warm with butter.

Makes about 12 3-inch (7.5 cm) biscuits.

I substitute cream with milk, but should have add a little milk, a bit dry in the middle. Should have added raisins or even almond flakes. Plain is nice too.

Perfect for jams. Megan likes it, had a few.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Returning to FRIM

Before bike shower after the ride

Well, after 5 months, finally gathered enough courage to return to FRIM.

Last time we were there was when Ee has his right shoulder meeting the hard place and shattered the collar bone into 2 pieces.

Woke up at 6am, picked up Ee at 6.45am.

Start rolling at around 7.15am. FRIM has designated a trail for mountain bike, starting from the Melayu Tea house towards Steroid Hill. Something new since our last ride.

We took the trail, but didn't go up to the steroid hill (too early for beginners like me, give me another 3 months), made a U-Turn at the clearing.

One loop took me about 25 minutes, around 4.2KM. I know, i know, pathetic. Well, it is my pace. Did another loop after a short break sitting at the foothill of rover, looking at sweaty girls ran pass.

Here is the data from my Polar.

Exec time : 1:16:30
Distance : 13.5KM
Average speed : 10.6 KM/hour
Max speed : 29.5 KM/hour
Average cadence : 61
Max cadence : 109

Fun level : 7/10

Some dirt.

Definitely will like to get back to my playground.

Friday, June 19, 2009

RPM #43 at FF this morning

Something I look forward for the whole week. Always enjoy the friday morning RPM, maybe is because it is a Friday!!!!

Still have some muscle ache from the body pump, but need to training.

It was a good workout. I pushed real hard, even till song #7. And the last attack was really drain all the energy.

Good stuff. Ready for tomorrow FRIM ride.

Have a good weekend

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Exercise plan for the next 3 days

Still recovering for BodyPump yesterday. I am so unfit. just after 3 weeks without the class and I go jelly.

Anyway, tomorrow, friday, my usual RPM class at 7am. Margie will be there to push me again. Good training. I am sure i am going to vomit in the class one of these day.

Saturday, planned to go up FRIM with Ee. Returning to our old playground since his crash (fracture collar bone). We will take it easy, but it will be great to go off road biking again. Been on the road bike for 4 months, my good old GT mountain bike need to see the sun light.

Sunday morning, will like to go the 40KM loop again. Target, 85 minutes.

Wish me luck.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Australian Meat Pie

While driving down from Brisbane to Sydney, we stop by a pie place to catch lunch, what a better place to have lunch other than having a meat pie. Since we are in Australia anyway.

We stop at Heatherbrae's Pies place, sort of a truck stop, R&R next the a highway. A frequent stop for weekend cyclist. I can see why, great place to load up with energy and give the legs some rest.

Below is what I got from AustralianTraveller website.

Where: Corner Pacific Highway and Masonite Rd, Heatherbrae (at the Raymond Terrace roundabout - turn right if travelling north)
Open: 7am-8pm Mon-Thurs, 7am-9pm Sat-Sun
Phone: (02) 4987 5561

This bright, clean pie restaurant is just off the northern end of the F3 freeway from Sydney, at the very beginning of the Pacific Highway. If it weren't for the fact that there are pies on the menu instead of hamburgers, you'd swear you were in a McDonalds. There's even a drive through. The pies have rather kitsch names trading on their Aussie heritage - Bushman's, Jillaroo, Digger's, Jumbucks - but are better known as things like beef and bacon, beef with garlic and onion, and lamb with rosemary. There are also vegetarian pasties and rolls. A reliable stop-off for a quality pie, although the pastry tends to be a bit thick and the chicken and vegetable verges on bland.

I had a lamb with rosemary pie, and saw Lamington cake in the shelf, bought one as well. Never had that before, apparently an Australian thingy. Basically just a normal spounge cake coated with chocolate and covered with coconut shaving. Nothing great.

Body Pump Class #70 this morning at FF

6am alarm. Quick check on email before packing for gym,

After absent for 3 weeks (traveling and quarantine), finally drag myself to the class. Had a glass of energy drink at home before drove to the gym.

Jackson is the usual instructor, the usual group of members turn up, some new faces. And one weird guy and few good looking girls....

Squat is my best/worst set, I hated it while doing it, but I like the effect of toning the thigh. And I know it will help in my cycling, especially climbing the hill at FRIM.

I still need to work on my lunges and abdominal set. Shoulder set was agonizing, the bicep set was painfully.

Overall, good pain.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Monday evening RPM class by Tracy

Been looking forward for the RPM class for 3 weeks, missed that due to traveling and the damn quarantine.

Was delayed in the meeting and because of the usual KL after office traffic, was 5 minutes late in the class.

Someone took my favorite spinner #19. Damn damn. served me right for being late.

Quickly grab a vacant bike and starts spinning for half a song to warm up. Start to pick up the pace starting from song number 2. And it was non-stop till song number 7. This is a new release, not sure what is the release number, but the song selection were pretty cool. But ran out of steam at song #7, didn't get to the right level of resistance, but did put in a good 15 seconds of attack at the end. Good fun. As usual, the t-shirt was all wet.

After the class, they celebrated Tracy's birthday, sorry I didn't stay for the chocolate cake, looks good, but I need to rush home.

Happy birthday Tracy. See you next week.

This week gym plan, BodyPump and follow by RPM. Pain.....

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Sunday breakfast - Banana Bread

Woke up at 6am this morning. Forgot to turn off the alarm.

Saw some banana in the kitchen, got an idea, fired up the computer and get into my favorite website, JoyofBaking by Stephanie Jaworski.

She got a fantastic banana bread recipe which I tried at least 3 times, all came out good. Only one advice, let the bread cool first before take out from the pan. I got inpatient once and the bread broke into multiple pieces.

Here is the recipe, thanks to JoyofBaking.


1 cup (115 grams) walnuts, toasted and coarsely chopped (optional)

1 3/4 cups (245 grams) all-purpose flour

3/4 cup (150 grams) granulated white sugar

1 teaspoons baking powder

1/4 teaspoon baking soda

1/4 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

2 large eggs, lightly beaten

1/2 cup (113 grams) unsalted butter, melted and cooled

3 ripe large bananas (approximately 1 pound or 454 grams), mashed well (about 1-1/2 cups)

1 teaspoon vanilla essence


Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (180 degrees C) and place oven rack to middle position. Butter and flour (or spray with a non stick vegetable/flour spray) the bottom and sides of a 9 x 5 x 3 inch (23 x 13 x 8 cm) loaf pan. Set aside.

Place the nuts on a baking sheet and bake for about 8 to 10 minutes or until lightly toasted. Let cool and then chop coarsely.

In a large bowl combine the flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, and nuts. Set aside.

In a medium-sized bowl combine the mashed bananas, eggs, melted butter, and vanilla. With a rubber spatula or wooden spoon, lightly fold the wet ingredients (banana mixture) into the dry ingredients just until combined and the batter is thick and chunky. Scrape batter into prepared pan and place the slices of banana on top of the batter for garnish. Bake until bread is golden brown and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean, about 55 to 60 minutes. Place on a wire rack to cool and then remove the bread from the pan. Serve warm or at room temperature. This bread can be frozen.

Makes 1 - 9 x 5 x 3 inch loaf.

It is very very good. I am happy with the result.

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Saturday Morning Ride 13/June/2009

(after the ride, in front of the PM office at Putrajaya)

Post quarantine ride, same route, but made a u-turn around Alamanda and ride back to PICC, via Precinct 1 to the car.

But this time, I did it solo. all the riding buddy can't make it. But I need the ride, been too long, actually 1 week only ;)

Anyway, here is the data.

Time start : 7.07am
Time end : 8.47am
Total time : 100 minutes
Total ride time : 95 minutes.
Distance : 40KM

Felt tougher today, maybe because of yesterday morning RPM class. Margie was pushing the class like crazy. Good fun.

A bit hazy though, not suitable to do much outdoor activities.

Have a great weekend.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

International Year of Astronomy 2009

Already June, but I just found out this year, 2009, is the international year of Astronomy, IYA2009, initiated by UNESCO and IAU.

About time for me to resume this fantastic hobby. Re-learn about astronomy and do some night gazing.

Maybe I will start to feature the constellation on the celestial equator.

With picture of the constellation, the regional history and stars in them.

Sounds like a good project to start.

Next? Get a 8" reflector telescope?

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Belgian Beer cafe have a cycling club, what an interesting idea

Noble idea. I love the concept of a beer serving restaurant organizing cycling club and event.

By becoming a member of the cycling club, one get a free water bottle, food voucher, monthly complimentary breakfast, and discount on their cycling kits.

And they will invite cycling legend who come in town to give talk to the members.

All of these in a beer serving restaurant. Did I mention that they have beer? Good Belgium beer?

Souled-Out, you hear that? You should do this. Imagine the new customer it will bring you? I will be the first member, in fact, I will volunteer to do for you, just feed me Guinness and your deep fried chicken wings.

Last dinner for the Aussie trip (4/June/2009)

Meet up with an old old family friend, who migrated to Melbourne 5 years ago with the entire family.

Last time I meet him was almost 30 years ago. Hell, that was a very very long time.

Pre-arranged to meet at the hotel lobby at 6pm. But bumped into him when he parked his car while I walk from office back to hotel.

He took me to a Belgium restaurant at St Kilda Road (everything happen around St Kilda Road). The name of the restaurant is Belgian Beer Cafe BlueStone.

Belgian Beer Café Bluestone
557 St Kilda Road
Victoria 3004

Business Hours: 11:00am daily until late

- Tel: +61 3 9529 2899
- Fax: +61 3 9529 1455
- E-mail:
- Facebook

We had 2 pot of mussels and some chips. (menu here)

First was the Roquefort (mussels steamed with blue cheese, cream and spinach) and follow by Provencale mussel pot (mussels steamed with tomato, red capsicum, black olives and basil). I prefer Roquefort.

Of cos, with couple of pints of good old Belgium beer. We had the Leffe Brune, as a dark beer fan, I will always order that when available.

It was a good evening, good food, good beer and good company.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Playing chess well

Always wanted to play chess. Never have a chance to really learn it, play it and actually enjoy it.

Funny enough, was a roommate to a Johor State champion for months and never able to learn from him.

Is reading Chess for dummies now. Just to refresh and learn something I don't know.

Next step, get a reasonable chess set. Any idea where can I get a good set, preferably wood with a nice wooden box?

Objectives? Teach Megan and make her to play with me.

Monday, June 8, 2009

Today's dinner - Slow cooked pork ribs with onion and carrot

Taking the blog post from Babe In the city on slow cook of pork ribs (here), I help my mom to make this (by providing the recipe) for dinner.

We were short of few ingredients, for example preserved beancurd, Worcestershire sauce and corn flour. We marinated the ribs with oyster sauce, sesame oil and pepper. Layered the onion at the bottom, carrot on the next layer and ribs on the very top.

Turn on the slow cooker on high till it starts to get hot and switched to medium and let it cook slowly for 3 hours, hence slow cooker.

Result, excellent, it will be nicer with some corn flour to make the sauce thicker.

Even Megan likes it.

Thanks BabeInTheCity for the recipe.

Cha Cha Char - Dinner at Brisbane (28/May/2009)

The Brisbane team play host to me and Hugh at the popular dinner place near the river in Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

A short walking distance away from the hotel I was staying, Hilton Brisbane on the Elizabeth Street.

Party of 5, Hugh, me, Chris, Mike and Dick.

Cha-Cha-Char is a famous steak restaurant in Brisbane, and according to Chris, it will be torn down to make way for the new river side complex in the future. So, the next time I go Brisbane, it may not be there anymore.

(Picture from
Shop 3 Plaza Level Eagle St Pier Brisbane, QLD 4000
PH: (07) 3211 9944 FAX: (07) 3211 9947

Chris ordered wines for the dinner. Penfold Bin 389, a baby Grange. It was excellent, perfect for the dinner. We had the 2006 vintage, a little early to open it, but still very good. 2010 will be better.

I ordered a soup of the day, which was cream pumpkin soup. And for the main course, I order the following, copied from the online menu from the restaurant.

Scotch Fillet Age 24 –30 mths old Grass Fed Size 200 grams $33.50
A leaner rib cut with more robust flavour due to grass feeding
Served with baked organic egg, crispy bacon & onion marmalade

We finished the meal with a cheese plate as dessert, with cheddar, brie, gorgonzola and goat cheese. Served with bread and cookies.

The evening was excellent, with good wine, good food and good conversation.

Brisbane team is the best.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Byron Bay, NSW, Australia

With and without the filter.

Nice effect.

Megan's Birthday Party

5/June was Megan's Birthday, she is 5 now.

Brought the family to TGIF in Subang Parade for dinner, no craving for chinese food after one week in Australia.

Told the restaurant it was Megan's birthday, they brought a little cake with candle for her after we have done our dinner.

Megan was given a "mic" to give thank you speech. It was funny.

Ashlee was not amused, but cooperative enough to let the adult to enjoy the dinner. She slept through the entire dinner. Only woke up for dessert.

Went to Toy'r'Us to get Megan her present, got a magic wand, hair band a a board game, RushHour Junior.

Overall, good evening.

Home Quarantine

Yes, I am home quarantine.

Was on the flight back to KL from Melbourne (D7 2723) arriving LCCT friday 5/June/2009 7am.

Found out that one Australian travel on the same flight to KL and she was diagnosed with H1N1. She is the 7th patient in Malaysia.

Saw the news on thestar only on Sunday morning.

Called the hot line number and a team of people from Ministry of Health came to my house 3 hours letter, measured the temperature and gave me an order to stay home for 7 days, counting from the aircraft landing time. So, can't leave house till Friday 12/June/2009.

Melbourne, the world capital of H1N1.

Joy Joy.

Saturday Morning Ride 6/June/2009

Just a quick 30KM loop with Ee. Did it in around 90 minutes. Didn't take a U-Turn to do another small climb back to PICC.

No more ride till next saturday. Going to miss the RPM and BodyPump.

Thursday, June 4, 2009


Cross road, need a decision.

What will make me happy? What will motivate me? What can I do to make a difference? Contribution?

Night out with Daniel in Melbourne

Meet up with an old colleague and friend in Melbourne.

Had a couple of pints of Carlton draft at a pub called La Roche at Acland Street, near St Kilda beach.

Daniel drove me around the city to take a look since this is my first trip here. China town is just china town, or streets? Anyway, had a combination noodle there for supper. Bump into some friends of Daniel as well.

Good to catch up with him and also see something in Melbourne other than office, hotel and airport.

Before lunch, took a walk around the office, enjoy the nice cool weather.

This was my lunch, at the cafe441 (441, St Kilda Road, 3004)

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

31 May 2009 - Port Macquarie to Sydney

Check out from Quality Inn early morning, get a early start going south.

Fantastic view from the hotel parking lot, nice city beach just in front. Plenty of surfers.

Driving south on Pacific Highway. Saw a nice little National Motorcycle Museum in Nabiac. Drop in and take a look. Apparently they are the biggest museum in the southern hemisphere. Second in the world, after the one in London.

Heading south in the gloomy and wet weather south, aiming at Norah Head light house.

Small little light house, but can access to the beach, nice place.

Next 2 days (monday and tuesday) in Sydney and follow by 2 days (wednesday and thursday) in Melbourne.

Can't wait to go home.

Miss my princesses at home.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Ouch......scratched cornea

Megan accidentally scratched my left cornea 2 months ago, while playing. Didn't get healed properly.

In Australia, with the cold weather and low humidity, the injury recurred and got infected. Painful and very very uncomfortable.

Went to Chatswood to visit a doctor, appropriately named Dr. I Singh. Went through the same stuff the doctor in USJ, put a dye in the eye and saw the scratch, put antibiotic ointment, eye patch for the night. No party at night, had a grill chicken Caesar salad for dinner in the room and go to sleep.

I need to continuously put eye drops during the day time and eye ointment before sleep from now on. Forever. Or until it healed completely.

Medical bill : A$132.00