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Miao still in Guang Zhou (Part 2)

The trip I don’t really enjoy part 2!

Part 1 is here.

They say Dimsum is a must in GuangZhou as it is from China. Without much homework done, I “china google” or baidu the nearest restaurant near our inn and found this.

Pretty nice looking place for Dimsum XD.

Chicken Jack was the one making the orders but some how he…

That’s what he said..

and also order too many..

This is only half of the stuffs we ordered, the other half came after that but I didn’t manage to take any photo of them.

Jack said Dim Sum is from China, and guaranteed we will like it so much that we finish in no time..

and he was so wrong..  O_O!! OMGG!!

The Dim Sum wasn’t that great!! Even in Malaysia itself, you can find bad Malaysian food. The same goes to these dimsum. Only 2-3 dishes was awesome. The rest was bad. We’re like forcing ourselves to finish them. @@

Then again, the aunties sitting at the same table with us was complimenting how good the food is. :/ Maybe their taste is different from our Malaysian taste.

We really had a hard time finishing them. The bros thought of a way to settle this.

By having me to eat them =.=

” RAWR!!! I’m not a eating machine!!! “

You know when you’re in one group of friends, and there’s always one fella that will gonna always picked on by the rest? Well, I’m that person. T_____________________T

After the disappointing breakfast, we took a walk around the place.

I kinda like the streets in Guang Zhou. They are all well cover with trees along the road. So it’s very shady and nice to walk.

but there’s one culture I don’t like, it’s their rudeness and Unfriendliness.

We have encountered so many incidents that pissed us so much that we want to flip all the tables in Guang Zhou.

RAWRR!!! Here in Guang Zhou, there is…

They just bump into you like not big deal and not very friendly at all!!

If you asked them for direction, they just pointed to that direction and walked away. =.=

Some how, we managed to find our way to the mall and chilled out.

more like sleep out.. =.=

And we ended up spend the whole evening in the mall. Sorry, no much photos as not in the mood of taking photos.

It was almost dinner time, so we visited another shopping street which has a weird name.

It’s kinda like Bei Jing street but more dodgy.

and we got bored very fast, so decided to go to the restaurant at the end of the street.

From the map, it looks kinda far…

and walked

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and walked

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RAWR!!!! I think their term of  “near”  is  “as long as you can walk and not die”.

This is just ridiculous. =.=

Luckily, the dinner wasn’t so bad.

We can haz Goose which taste like duck but more tender. XD

There’s a saying that good local food usually are found by the road side like how our good food are found at the hawker stalls. And so I suggested…

Seriously!!! I saw this guy scooping stuffs like oil or something I don’t know and don’t wanna know from the drain to a bucket!! And he’s using those scoop that scoop soup!! It is just EWWWWW…

I heard many bad things about street food in China but when you witnessed it, it’s another level of ewwness.

Lucky, I did not have an nightmare that night. =.=

 to be continued..

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China Trip

Miao in Guang Zhou (Part 1)

because this time, I was on my way to..

China, has never been on my I-must-visit-this-place list. I don’t really fancy China and I don’t know why. And most of the times, I tends to skip those travel shows when that episode is about China. ^^”

But since, my bros wanted to go, so I followed. It’s a rare chance for us to gather and travel together, although couple of them couldn’t make it.

I have heard a lot of bad stories about China people and even before I depart, my family gave me some advises…

and I encountered it straight away at the airport..

That’s kinda expensive for such a short ride. We kinda hesitated and it seems like it’s the only choice as she said there’s no buses and subway service around.. not until…

and saw the subway sign very very far behind. O_O!!

That fella lied!!  RAWR!! If I do not have a pair of cat eyes, for sure we need to pay for that cab and I just googled and stated the rate is $150 .

Whee.. I’m the cat GPS again. Some how, every trip, I happens to be the one holding the map. XD

First meal in Guang Zhou. Had this at the airport, a fast food franchise called Master Kang or something.

After the meal, we took a 30 minutes train ride to reach the station near our inn. The train ride was comfortable, it looks very clean and new and the whole ride is underground.

This is our first view.

Kinda run down. I think we’re somewhere at the old part of the city.

And the shops’ name plates made me goes “urrk” . Most of the shops here do not bother branding or marketing.

And then, we faced a problem. The map we had wasn’t very detail and we had difficulties looking for our inn.

We thought of getting a cab to get us there but…

But none of them want to send us there. They said it’s very near and drove away. 😐 Without any other choice, we forced to carry our luggage and tried to figured the location out. Luckily, we managed to find it.

The distance was walk-able but not very near lor!! =.=

After a rest and couple hours of naps, we grabbed our map and lurked around the city for food but got lost again. LOL. Blame the map for being so inaccurate and not detailed. XD

There’s a food street but we just couldn’t find it. We gave up and move to the other destination, Bei Jing street but got lost again and ended up a park with some uncles playing chess. hahaha let’s blame on the map again. 😛

After asking a couple of pedestrians, we managed to locate the place. First thing first!! FOODD!!

In China, they have this fast food chain that sells steamed rice with braised meat called KungFu.

Taste wise: Normal.

After the meal, we crossed over the road to Bei Jing Street.

Bei Jing street, it’s a street mall. Something unusual for us as we used to shop in a closed mall with air-cons. XD

It’s kinda nostalgic to walked on this street as it was an important street and a part of the great city in the old days.

They even kept part of the road without tar and bricks just to display the old road structures.

There are lots of shops but with brands we have never heard of.

Not sure they are famous brand in China or not. Some of them are selling shirts as low as RM2.5 per piece and some are selling at 3 digits.

Another Kungfu franchise. This actually marks the middle of the street.

and we walked and walked and walked. I kinda got bored and stopped taking any photos.

We didn’t bother went into the shops either as we’re not familiar with the brands and quality.

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Then, I saw this..

It’s MOS Burger!!! One of my favorite fast food franchise!!

 

It’s MOS burger! It’s a must eat!! No matter what!! RAWRR!!

I just love their uncut lettuces with their Teriyaki marinated patty. So good~~

Actually, I have never try others MOS burger beside this. I just couldn’t stand it to order other burgers. XD Too bad, they do not have Milk Tea in Guang Zhou branch else it would be purrfect.

Sigh~~ Too bad MOS are not planning to come to Malaysia from what I heard.

After the awesome MOS burger, we continued walking. =.=  So much walking and so tiring, we decided to call it a day and walked back to our inn.

Got ourselves a dessert on our way home, it’s something called “Twin Milk” in Mandarin. It’s like pudding made from milk.

I heard it’s a specialty/famous here. Okay, not bad but nothing to shout about.

As we’re near the river, we took a detour and walked to riverside.

I like this well preserved and maintained old building by the river. We used to have something similar here but sadly, our government likes to demolish old well-designed historical buildings. :/

This is the Pearl River that separates the city into two.

I have no idea what bridge is that but I like it. It is so colorful. XD

That’s all. Do stay tune for the next part. 🙂

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