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Wheeling To Menglembu For Ipoh Delights And Desserts

THE DAY I HAD BEEN WAITING FOR HAS ARRIVED... 4th December when my appointment with the bone specialist in hospital, I was looking forward to this day, feeling very optimistic about the X-ray and the doctor commenting...."Hey, the bone is healed... you can walk again..."  But no, he didn't say that after looking at the X-ray, instead he said there is still an oblique lateral malleolus, whatever that means... and my leg still has to be on bandage for another month... sigh...

On the positive side, he said by next month, I will have to walk otherwise I might not know how to... hahahaa... that I added in myself, the doc didn't say that.... Anyway, my heavy green cast was removed, that is a great relief, my leg feels so much lighter after it was "sawed" open and taken away for good!

After my appointment with the doc, it was almost lunch time.... I cried for FOOD!  I wanted to go somewhere further from my place... and I quickly called my friend in Menglembu for lunch in one of the shops there.... and in no time, thanks to Nancy to show the direction, we were together again, enjoying the simple delights of Ipoh....
My friend recommended this shop in this Menglembu Bandar Baru.... 
Crowded but no worries, my friend will "kau thim" the orders...
No fuss, anything would do.....
Resting my precious...... 
Red beans dessert was served.... 
Very nice cos they put in "mata kucing" too... *loong ngan aka dried longan*
It has been a Long time I didn't get to enjoy this!
Fried vegetarian noodles....
Chee Cheong Fun which I like too!!
These are accompaniments... !
Let's enjoy for now....
Have wheels will travel and eat!!


Comments

  1. Wahhhhhhh!!!!! One leg also, not a problem. Nothing can stop you eh?

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    1. Hungry leh.... so got to go out and find food!

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  2. Salute you, supermom. It is true like what you always say...have food will travel.

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  3. Oooo I missed the red bean & longan dessert.

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  4. hmmm, at least it feels lighter and you can flee further, haha.. aaahhh, the economy style fried beehoon mee and desserts, I like those!! and look, you being the Food Mayor of Ipoh has always got others to go with it, hehe!!

    p/s: are those economy fried noodles still economical?? :p

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    1. Not sure how much...don't think they are economical anymore but definitely cheaper than those with cockles and other stuff...

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  5. OMG! My heart just dropped to hear another month of bandage for you.
    You must be getting restless to walk again. So far you have been amazing as there was no stopping for you to travel overseas and anywhere!!!
    I always eat Red Beans when I see it as they are good for health!

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    1. Yes you are right..red beans means blood.. hahaha...

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  6. Reckon that you must be disappointed when the doctor said must keep the bandage on for another month but you must be looking forward to the new year when definitely you must walk. So onwards to 2016!

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    1. Yes, I think I have to usher new year with a white bandage!

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  7. Oh poor thing. Fractured bone needs longer time to heal. Mine no fracture oso still very much painful till today.

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  8. Speedy recovery!

    Hope all is well and you are bandage free in a month!

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