Salad with Mayonnaise and Balsamic Vinegar Dressing

Posted by Volvoxx On November - 21 - 2009

Out of ideas of what to cook for dinner? Dining alone? Salad makes an awesome, simple meal for one, or side dish for two or more!

Instant Tiramisu / Happy Birthday Dad

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 27 - 2009

My two nieces are more than happy to celebrate their grandfather's Birthday with him

Soya Bean Milk

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 22 - 2009

Ever wanted to try making your own soyabean milk? Check it out!

Baked Macaroni Cheese

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 12 - 2009

Fancy some simple satisfying Baked Macaroni Cheese at home? Check out this recipe.

Fish Chip with Beer Batter.

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 10 - 2009

An attempt in making Fish Chip with beer batter...while forcing QJ to consume fish :P

The end of sem 'pick-a-kitteh' syndrome.

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 09 - 2009

Kittens will mysteriously appear at our doorstep come semester break. This time, its happening again. A cute, manja, noisy kitten visits 391D.

More affordable Malaysian Passport

by Volvoxx On November 22, 2009 3:31 AM
Wanna travel overseas but wince when you remember that you have to renew your passport? RM300 is a lot of money just to make a passport that you'll hardly ever use (if you're not a frequent traveller). Fret not. Now you can get an international passport for only RM100, but it'll only be valid for 2 years (5-year validity passport is still available for RM300 for 32 pages)

At first, it kinda strikes me as strange that this 'new' passport actually costs cheaper (RM100 for 2 years, if i pay RM300, it'll last me 6 years instead of 5!) but since most of the countries would require passport holders to have validity of more than 6 months before being permitted to enter their country, I guess in this sense, having a longer validity passport is kinda cheaper, especially if you're a frequent user.

More info here! 

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