Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur

Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur

Batu Caves just outside Kuala Lumpur Malaysia are a fascinating place, which I like to visit. The cave is probably the most famous and popular Tamil shrine outside India. I have been there a few times. The Gods know I am not religious, but I am interested in cultures,...
4 Days in Kuala Lumpur – Part 1 – The Planning

4 Days in Kuala Lumpur – Part 1 – The Planning

It was mid-November, where one of that typical local Know-It-All (*KNIA) really got so on my nerves with her back-stabbing, lying, and generally talking bullshit, that I decided in a split second, that I needed a break from the IQ-monsters here, to get in contact with...
The Dive Monster is back

The Dive Monster is back

It has been forever and a bit more, since I was under water. The reasons are manifold and I don’t wanna go into details, but the Dive Monster was on the dry. However, after my little one became Dive Monster Jr., I simply got highly motivated to get back on track,...
DACA – Oh Blessed be His Noodlness

DACA – Oh Blessed be His Noodlness

While I am on an everlasting diet, I also work hardly on excuses why to interrupt it. This time my excuse is DACA, the Dumaguete Academy for Culinary Arts. While I was sitting in Casablanca teaching German, Culinary Instructor saw me and asked, if I would be willing...
Mooon Cafe- How low can you go

Mooon Cafe- How low can you go

Mooon Cafe- How Low Can You Go So I went to a place I didn’t go for a while due to not that good experience last time: Mooon Cafe in Silliman Avenue. They have a new menu, raised the prices (fair enough, things just get more expensive) and lowered the quality....