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Our Fish Shopping And Eating At Half Moon Bay

*I AM BACK... for now.... *

November 4th was my last post, it has been more than two months that I have been lazy when it comes to blogging.  My blog is 

My son took us to a fishing wharf in Half Moon Bay, it was one and a half hours away.  We bought mainly fish and they were very fresh but when it comes to pricing, it was not very cheap.  I feel some grocery malls are selling cheaper fish than these here... 

Endless yachts docking...
Mostly are fishing boats...
And here we are.... 
Walking along the jetty...
Waiting for the fisherman to attend to us... 
Fresh salmon for sale...
Getting a fresh one... 
We bought a whole fish costing around $170!
This is our "fisherman"
Naturally we stayed back to have lunch...
Fish burger, fish n chips and fried calamari...
I love the fried calamari... so spongy!
Come, let's eat!


  1. Glad you're getting on well there - such a long silence. You sure are enjoying life to the fullest there, good for you! I would enjoy that meal, all that fish!

  2. Claire!! I have missed you, and was worried that you were sick or something! So good to see you! So are you quitting your blog?

  3. Good to hear from you! Fresh seafood, so tasty!

  4. Good to hear from you! Fresh seafood is so tasty! Yums yummy!

  5. Fresh fishes are the best!! My man is going fishing soon. Maybe next freezer almost run out of fishes. Lol.

    Still in time to wish you Happy Lunar New Year!! Gong Xi Fa Cai!!!

  6. Wah...I really like the lunch - all the goreng-goreng stuff!


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