Saturday, October 25, 2008

Cameron Highland



Just came back from Cameron Highland just now. We were there for 2 days 1 night. Slept at a Hotel apartment. We travelled on Thursday night starting our journey at around 9.30 pm, then sleep in the car at Gua Musang before we moved on again on the early Friday morning. It's for a family retreat and to relax my mind and to get away from work and plunging economy, and to stay with family.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

This Is What We Eat In Hanoi !

This is what we actually get to try in Hanoi, Vietnam. Something not so exotic but hard to find back in Malaysia. Barbecue Sparrow meat ! I wonder how they catch the sparrow.
Barbecue pigeon meat.

And beef noodles, eating by the road side !

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Eating Dog Meat - Photo Hunt (Scarry)


Dog meat are tender, juicy and taste like any other beef. Wanna try it out ? Taking the Fear Factor challenge ? ho, ho.. no. Not for me. This photo was taken out of fun in Sapa, Vietnam.
So, if you are in Vietnam, you not only have to be aware of 'halal' or 'haram' food, you also have to be careful what meat you are taking. The safest is to go for vegetarian ! kah ! kah ! kah !

Monday, October 20, 2008

Eating Half Egg Half Duckling !

PhotoHunt 132: Family - This is about our Family Outing. Hope you'll enjoy reading...
Yes, we are moving towards the end of the year and it's almost holiday season again. Talking about holiday, this is something we would like to share about what we did during the last year's holiday. We were at Sapa, Vietnam. When in Rome, do like what the Romans's do. That's what they say. So we look for something what the Vietnamese eat as well.
This is what they eat.. half duckling half egg roasted on charcoal with salt and pepper ! yuck ! At first we thought it's just like the normal eggs we used to eat, half boiled. So it was quite cold that day, and eating something hot by the street looks nice, interesting and yummy. So we ordered one just for a test. Only after poking the shell and pull out the content (yolk), we found out that it was a half or partially formed duckling. It's really terrible. I mean the smell and the looks. But the Vietnamese eats as if it's so delicious and yummy..
What do you think ? Did we eat it ?
Watch out about what else the Vietnamese eats on my next posting !
You can also read about my Vietnam tour by clicking here.