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The Pre-Birthday Vacation

November is indeed a sweet month for us. It is because both of me and my husband's birthday and our marriage anniversary are on November. I really love this month.

Last weekend we had our pre-birthday trip to Grand Lexis Port Dickson. It was blast vacation for the three of us. I am glad that my daughter enjoyed it so much.

It took us about an hour and a half drive from KL to PD and once we arrived in PD town, we had lunch at Khadijah's Kitchen located at Jalan Bandar Port Dickson. We all had Asam Pedas and it were scrumptious!

After lunch, we decided that it was time for us to check into our villa and enjoy the rest of our day at our 'luxurious' room.
The view of Sky Pool villa from the elevated parking lot. But that's not our villa.hehe!

The Deluxe Pool Villa came with a private pool and a glass floor panel for sea-viewing.
 My daughter was starstruck for a moment by looking at the sea below our room. Well, me and husband were not that fond of this panel as the sea was like Teh tarik colour.

I was surprised by my husband with all the flower arrangement in our villa. He purposely set the flower and bed deco for my birthday and even brought a cake to celebrate me being 21 31 this year. The pistachio red velvet cake was delish!

This is the pool that I'm talking about. It connected between a panel door of the living room and bathroom door. Should you get out of the pool you don't have to walk and wet all the living room as it connected with the bathroom. My daughter was so excited about the pool and all the bathroom thingy as it has the rain hot shower in it (Kat rumah tak ada kan so dia jakun la sikit haha)
My girl couldn't wait longer to dip herself in the pool!
That night we lit up the firework candle on the birthday cake. I guess I'm the luckiest mom in the world at that moment to get spending the night by my loved one.
Deepavali set up at the hotel:)

The parents get to dip in the pool again when the kiddo went to bed hehe!

We also spend the next day dipping in pool until it was time for us to check out. But before we head back to KL, husband brought us makan-makan and jalan-jalan at Teluk Kemang Port Dickson:)
One last photo sesh before we checked out. :) Nop. Too many photos actually!
I wonder where did this little girl learn how to pose like that!

Us at Teluk Kemang before head back home and dropped by to get the delish coconut shake!


It was a sweet and memorable escape for our little family. Thanks to the husband! We love you :)

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