Whether you homeschool or not, teaching our kids important lessons about life, and various school subjects is still a very natural thing to do on a daily basis. Sometimes, though, our kids are not as receptive as wed like them to be when it comes to learning time. How would you like to find new... [Continue Reading] read more »
Backdated Post 16th October 2012 : Once again, we drove the same route to get to Legoland Malaysia. If you had missed that video, go take a look here How to Go Legoland Malaysia from Woodlands Link As what I had said in the previous post, we started off our second visit at the [...] read more »
After standing outside the gates and looking into Legoland Malaysia twice, before it was opened to the public, we finally found the day to STEP IN for the first time on 15th October. Yeah! We expected the place to be hot, as there were not many shady trees inside the theme park, so since we [...] read more »
Previously, I did a video on Getting to Legoland Malaysia from Bukit Indah and I thought it would be good to do another post on how to go Legoland Malaysia from Woodlands Link. Though Legoland Malaysia is much nearer to Tuas Link, for those who want to save money on toll fees, going Legoland Malaysia [...] read more »
Annual Pass for Legoland Malaysia Binbin ended his sports day with a Gold medal and we decided to widen that smile of his by bringing him to Legoland Malaysia for the first time. Yup! It is his first visit to Legoland Malaysia, as we went to checkout the place last Friday already. We did not [...] read more »
We fought the crowds during our trip to Atlanta.
Apparently, since it's Memorial Day weekend, both a long weekend and the first one of the summer holidays, everybody decided that it was a good time to visit Atlanta. The crowds were horrible. But the trip to LLDC was kind of fun.The fabulous Fox Theater:
We met Farah and the boys there for a little while. They built cars,
and had a chance to race them too!
That was on Saturday afternoon. And on Sunday,
The Georgia Aquarium. Pics to follow soon. read more »
The words on the cover of the SISTIC envelope read, keeping the kids captivated for two hours : priceless I would say, I am going to MULTIPLE those two hours by at least 12 times with the surprise I had prepared for them for 15 months! Yes, my ex-neighbour bought tickets for LEGOLAND in the [...] read more »
Our trip to Legoland was definitely Bilal's favorite day in Orlando. Although, there wasn't a single ride in the park that was too big for him to go on, yet he avoided all the roller coasters, even the tamest one. The colors of the park were bright and vivid, and how can you not love seeing this?
The website for the theme park states that the park is designed for families with children age 2-12, and I think that's pretty much right on. Not to say the 13 and 16 year old kids didn't have fun, but there wa... read more »
We drove down to Orlando on Saturday for Spring Break, bringing Bilal's bug along with us. Actually, he was starting to feel better and even ate a little bit of breakfast without throwing it up, but he did share... a little bit. By Sunday I was feeling queasy with body aches, and this was soon followed by Hamza and Safa, who threw up, just a couple of hours apart, last night. We've managed to treat the kids symptomatically with Tylenol for the body aches and Benadryl for nausea, so it's not been too bad.... read more »
Who knew that the LEGO company's 'Automatic Binding Bricks' of 1949 would turn into this timeless phenomenon?Our visit to the Legoland Discovery Center has to be one of the highlights of our trip to Chicago. It is actually located outside of the city, so it took a trip on the Blue line nearly all the way to O'Hare and then a bus ride from there to go to the Museum, but worth the trip for sure!
So much excitement! (And that's the 'before' picture!)
The boys loved to see the large models of Darth Vader a... read more »