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The First Two Meals In Johor Before Singapore

REACHED JOHOR SAFELY despite some showers of blessings from the sky.... Drove below 110km after the Johor toll, have to listen carefully to the Waze spokeswoman for directions to our proposed destination.  Thank God for journey mercies and we reached Our little nest safely and soundly. Made our way in and had a good rest while waiting for Andy to come back from work.

For dinner we went to Hook Sang restaurant and we had a simple dinner.... Just noodles and some greens.....
 
Hi to Andy again.....
 
We had smack meehoon with these as toppings.....
 
Another type of noodles with gravy.....
 
Cangkuk manis with eggs....
For this meal, the price came to RM42....
 
The next morning we had breakfast nearby before we started off our trip to Singapore....
Andy ordered wanton noodles with duck meat.... 6RM
 
My two sisters have kolo noodles..... 5RM

I forgot to take my own bowl of bitter gourd noodles.... It tasted nice to me too.....
Immediately after our breakfast, we left for Singapore on a day trip....

Comments

  1. Ahhhhhhh!!!! There were others. For a while, I thought you two ate so much! Shocking. LOL!!!

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  2. back to south already? nice to visit SG in Nov/Dec when the Xmas lights are up!

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  3. Such pretty ladie,s all happy and enjoying food together! Andy remains so cute! YES, I have just downloaded WAZE. Thanks, Claire!

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    1. Great Ginny! Without Waze, I cannot move about out of town..

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  4. The smack meehoon makes me want to try it. Well done for driving all the way to Johor. All of you are looking good. Enjoy your daily trips to Singapore with your sisters!

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  5. Must fill up the tank before zooming to Singapore :D

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    1. Correct! Singapore food is three times as much.. I mean the price!

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  6. Going south huh? Nice trip. Have a safe and wonderful holiday to you guys.

    Love the look of the smack noodle. The duck noodle looked good too.

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