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Hello Penang!

I really cannot find my camera here in Ipoh... I am going to make a trip back to Penang to look for it... Such a pity to lose it, I hope I can be able to retrace where I last left it. Sigh... it is impossible to find it again, no doubt about that. It is just too bad, I have myself to blame, due to my short memory, I cannot remember where I last placed it. There are many pictures inside the camera, such sentimental ones too... sigh...

 Anyway, I am back here in Penang... I will comfort myself with lots of food stuff again! This time I am going to use my old faithful iPhone 3 to take the pictures....
My driver and Penang Bridge....
Food galore time...
Koay Teow Tng in Sungai Nibong....
This one is Fried Chee Cheong Fun...
I still prefer the normal Fried Koay Teow...
Next.....
Going for a JOG!!



Comments

  1. Fried Chee Cheong Fun, never tried fried before, but looking at the picture, i still prefer the normal Chee Cheong Fun, hehe....

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  2. Har ? How to retrace when it's lost ? Buy a new one la.

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    1. Can find a New One if spend money... hahaha..

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  4. wow wow wow, PENANG AGAIN!!! so it's MAKAN TIME~~ :D
    errr, so did you find your camera?? or you "found" a new one with some extra cash?? :p

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  5. oh dear..once lost it's difficult to find it back. Unless some good samaritan found it and return it to the owner..
    anyway, enjoy your time in Penang.

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    1. An impossible mission .... saja come to makan only.. :)

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  6. Aiya just move here la, buy a house here LOL! I don't like the KTT at Sg Nibong... too porky for me and that aunty quite lansi :/

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    1. oh is it? My son often goes there for lunch... I must ask him whether auntie berlagak or not... hahaha..

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  7. In Penang again? You go there so often you might as well move there...or you've got a second house there for Andy? So rich. Wink! Wink!

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    1. You and Ken think alike! Hope to get a second house ... I must pray for one... :)

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  8. Wow, superewoman, back to Penang again. No doubt, you got a personal driver. KTT looks good.

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    1. Good enough for me... yes, it tastes not bad...

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  9. I am so jealous that you visit Penang so often. I never heard of fried chee Cheong fun. I know it is actually called Fried Hor Fun and both look the same.

    On other matters: I think you got confused with Chengdu & Chengde in my blog. I replied your comments.

    Happy Weekend to you.

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    1. Oh, Chengdu and Chengde different? hahahaa... ok, ok, thanks for pointing it out... memang lau liow...

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  10. Hello Claire,

    Wow, it is so nice to be able to go to Penang as often as you do. The bun with fried egg looks tasty - are there actually 4 buns there?

    I have a soft spot for rolled chee cheong fun. I think I have eaten stir fried rolled chee cheong fun in KL before and it is quite like char koay teow except that they substitute rolled chee cheong fuun with koay teow..

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    1. The taste is not the same... not so used to eating fried CCF... :)

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  11. Oh dear! Sorry for your lost!

    Penang is famous for its char kuaw tiaw! Been to Penang once, by bus from KL.

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    1. What to do... very careless and forgetful... nowadays.

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  12. Sure it's lost in Penang? Maybe it's in one of your plastic bag? Can call the hotel ask check their lost and found?

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    1. No la... hotel none leh... must be at the makan stalls... dropped or what...

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