Today is Sunday. The last time I posted was yesterday. Well today went for some dim sum then headed for Istana Budaya for “Wild Zebra”. Istana Budaya was pretty impressive. It was quite architecturely beautiful. The inside where the performance was held was simply mind blowing. It was like the opera house I imagined while reading “The Phantom of The Opera”. I could imagine Raoul watchin Christine Daae from the tiny booths, it was simply beautiful, though I was sitting at the up most section but still it was spectacular.
Now I’ll tell a little about “Wild Zebra”. The story is about wild zebra of course, he is caught by a fox which wants to make a special gift of a 100 zebra skins for the rather ill queen bear. It is said that the 100 zebra skins can cure the queen *If me memory serves me correct*. Princess Zebra, the Queen Bear’s favourite animal accidently sets Wild Zebra free not knowing about the fox’s plan. Soon, Wild Zebra and Princess Zebra fall in love. And due to Princess Zebra’s loyalty to the Queen Bear and her love for Wild Zebra she has to make a sacrifice.
OK that was the synopsis, now for the show. The show was simply spectacular. I particularly liked a black and red animal which had the jinggling sound. The swans were pretty good too….. I felt the leopards were a bit odd… Some parts I almost fell asleep though, maybe watchin animals dance ain’t my forte, still teh show was pretty good. The story line though a little lame. The dances were quite impressive, some stunts were pertty difficult, and the dances movements were really smooth and the dances were very organized.
After the show, we wanted to grab a drink * I went with my mum, and a couple of her friends and one of her friend’s daughter* so we went cruising around KL first then headed to Bangsar. Had a cuppa at Bangsar Telawi Bistro *I think that’s the name*. I ordered a drink called “Vicky’s special mocha” it was special indeeed. When it arrived, the cup had 3 layers, the bottom most layer was a dark reddish like liquid, then a dark layer of probably chocolate/mocha, then the top layer, was probably milk mixed with a little coffee. The taste was spectacular, though after finishing it only did I feel it’s sweetness as a whole. It was a smooth chocolate blend with the taste of chocolate, and raspberries. The red liquid must have been some sort of raspberry syrup or some sweetish grenadine made from berries. Forgot to ask the waiter what was it made of.
Reached home at 7 at took dinner at Kayu Nasi Kandar. Haven’t had nasi kandar for a long….. long… time… It was delicious…. ooo teh mixture of curry, the sweetish chicken and the cabbage and cucumber all piled up onto a fake banana leaf plate….. Ah what a delite…. So now technically I’m stuffed to the brim….. Can’t wait for Horror Movie Marathon and Red Box…..