Health Freak Mommy: Eve Of Supermoon - 13 Nov 2016

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Monday, November 14, 2016

Eve Of Supermoon - 13 Nov 2016

Brunch on our Sunday was dim sum at Grand Harbour Chinese Restaurant @ Bukit Bintang, KL. It was our first time there and the food was good - slightly cheaper than Han Room and quality of food is almost comparable with Han Room.  I didn't snap pictures of the dim sum as we ordered almost the same stuff at each dim sum meal and I think you'll get bored looking at the same pictures, right?


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Mango coconut pudding at the foreground and Hong Kong 'lai char' at the background.

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We had a pretty late dinner at around 8pm as we were all still very cloy from a heavy brunch. Back home, the girls walloped all the cakes that the hubs bought from Isetan the previous night.  We had takeout fried rice from Grand Harbour for dinner.

Last night the weather was pretty cooling @ 26 degrees C. In fact the weather has been quite chilly and breezy the past week.  Cass was all excited when she saw the preliminary sighting of the Supermoon!  The moon last night was bigger and brighter than usual as it begins to make its appearance today (14 Nov 2016) as the Supermoon of 2016.


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I'm going  to cook some simple dishes for an early dinner tonight and get ready to gaze out at the sky to wait for the Supermoon to appear.

According to the National Space Agency (Angkasa), the supermoon will happen at 7.24pm and become full at 9.54pm. The agency’s head of space science research unit said it can be viewed from 7.24pm until dusk the next day from any place with good visibility of the sky.  The supermoon can be seen from everywhere, weather permitting.

So get ready everyone to catch a glimpse of the supermoon!  If you miss this one, you'll have to wait for another 18 years..






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