So this is the continuation of what I did during my holidays in Sabah… damn, I miss home hahaa. And whew, been busy busy busy buusy busybody (LOL) this few days. But I’m back on track. Ooo yes.
The following occured on 29th August 2011… and during that whole day, I accompanied my mum to work. She’s stationed in Beaufort but at times, she had to go Papar and Sipitang too. And luckily (or unluckyly? Hahaa no la jk), I had to drive my mum from Penampang to Papar, to Sipitang then to Beaufort.
So at first, we had to go to Papar, there were a few cases she had to settle there. By the way, she works in the court, not lawyer aa, just a Lower Court Registrar… to sum up, before suspects go to prison, they have to go through my mum to apply for bail and get confirmation on how long they will stay under police custody. And she brought me to work and I had to sit while the suspects and the police officers went into the room. Kind of scary because some of the suspects looked at me and… well, you know. These are suspects who take drugs and fight and stuff, so playing the staring game with them is not a good idea. LOL.
Then we passed by Beaufort and head to Sipitang. This time, there were more cases and after hearing some of it, I told my mum’s assistant that I’ll just wait in the car. I just can’t stand watching parents pay bails for their children’s mistake. And the bail amount is not less than 1K, okay. Also, I feel uneasy with all the crying and stuff. This will surely reminds me that I have to take absolute good care of my future children… uisheh man!
Finally, we went to Beaufort. This is where my mum’s main office is at. I felt funny because everyone called her Puan. And they also seemed so surprised because they didn’t know that my mum had children. Well, I am proud of my single mother raising me and my brother.
My mum’s desk.
And I saw my face. LOL. Of course la ada muka sia di meja mum sia ka.
After that, we just had to take lunch because I was super hungry. So my mum brought me to this restaurant.
The guy who manages Little Town is the same guy who owns Ron’s Grill. He opened his own restaurant on top. I guess his Little Town Cafe made a lot of profit.
What does the restaurant looks like?
Quite nice kan the place. And the theme is music. There are a lot of musician pictures and guitars on the walls of the restaurant. But my favourite is this one, a rack of mini guitars!
I had Chicken Chop and a chocolate smoothie. Nyam nyam… my saliva almost drip out of my mouth. LOL.
And presenting Mr Ron, or as what he asked me to call him, Ronny. We chatted for quite a while, and he’s a cool guy. He can talk a lot hehee. I remember one of the things that we talked about, and that was really informative. He told me about the process of getting the HALAL certificate. Yes, his restaurant is halal certified. No pork, no pork! Hahaa. He told me that halal actually is not just about not serving pork, but it’s all also about where the supplies are from, his material, the cleanliness level, and even what brand is his tomato sauce.
So whoever is in Beaufort, try to look for this restaurant. Maybe you would like to dine there sometime? But frankly, I dunno where exactly is this Ron’s Grill. Hahaa.
But before I end. Camwhore dulu ba skijap sana tandas mahkamah. Bila lagi. LOL.
Begambar-gambar kunun. BIKIN PANAS.