Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Fuji-Q For A Birthday Present

It's Raimie's 12th birthday today.

As early as the time we finally decided to make plans to visit Japan, he asked to spend his 12th birthday in a special way in Japan and of course, we obliged.
As he said to us; his final trip to Japan before moving on to "adulthood" or well... into teens. 

I think he inherited Mommy's way of being sentimental.

He sure had fun at the Fuji-Q Highland theme park, riding almost all the scary roller coasters. The exception was the Fujiyama and Dodonpa which were closed for maintenance. He had his birthday present a day early. ^^
He even got a nice surprise of having the birthday song sung to him by a chef at Sushi Zanmai when we had dinner there last night.

Happy 12th birthday son!

May you grow to be a better human being. Be compassionate always. 

25 comments:

  1. Happy Birthday to you kid and that's a memorable birthday to him too , I believe.

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    1. Every year is memorable I hope.
      Not only this year. :)
      Thanks for the wish. ^^

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  2. HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Raimie!!!

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  3. Raimie is sure one lucky boy to have the greatest parents in the world..

    he has been to Japan more than anyone and has been celebrating his birthdaysssss abroad!!

    nice!!! ^^

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    1. Aiyoh... not as many as others who have travelled the world la Uncle SK.

      But overseas or local, I hope the main thing he'll remember is that we were with him. ^^

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  4. Happy birthday Raimie!
    Now promoted to be a "young man" :)

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    1. Thanks Uncle Neoh.
      Ya.. young man already. :)

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  5. Happy Birthday Raimie! So nice to celebrate it in Japan.

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  6. Happy 12th Birthday Raimie!
    Bestnya sambut kat Jepun tuh... Especially with Kak Lina n Zaini tuh... I'm sure he had so much fun there at the theme park... =D

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    1. Thanks.

      But of course la mesti celebrate dengan mak bapak dia kan? Hahaha

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    2. Mak bapak dia sporting, memang best la sambut togeder2... hehee... Glad to know he had tonnes of fun on his birthday trip. =D

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  7. Hi Lina,

    Happy birthday to your boy. He's very very llucky to celebrate it in Japan.

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    1. Thanks.

      His second time celebrating it in Japan, actually. :)

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  8. I think I saw a Ferris Wheel. I've never tried that in my life and the chef was sporting enough to take photo with him. So, did the shushis there taste like ours over here?

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    1. Of course not.
      Just like nasi lemak won't taste the same when you eat it at a restaurant overseas. :P

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