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Wagamama Back In Aberdeen

Back to Aberdeen in the evening, Aaron drove to the Union Street near to our hotel and I quickly busied myself with the camera... We wanted to park and get down but we couldn't find a parking lot.  I was also quite relieved cos I was very tired by then, due to the condition I was in then... tired and slightly in pain and I didn't feel like walking anymore...

Aberdeen is known as a "Granite City"... most of the buildings are grey in colour... strong structural with beautiful carvings on them... but from afar, the background scenes look like a "postcard"... if you know what I mean..  :)

Here are some sights I managed to capture inside the car...
  
City Of God...
By the time we reached the Jury Inn Hotel, it was almost time for dinner...  our hotel is something like Mid Valley in KL.. shopping areas and restaurants are located inside the same building as our hotel...  We checked into Wagamama.... Japanese food!
Passion drink...
Ramen
It was quite crowded...
Well, how was the taste?
I guess we Malaysians are spoiled to the fullest!  hahahaa...
Nice or not, I was looking forward to Asian and more Asian food.....
I wonder how I am going to survive 
if I were to stay permanently in a western coutry with no asian food..
I guess by then, I will be a very GOOD COOK, right?
LOL...


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Comments

  1. Beautiful city! Japanese???? Must have cost a bomb there!!! Wah!!! You're so rich or Aaron's salary so very high one?

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  2. No la.. eating there not so expensive.. one bowl, 2 sharing.. hahaha.. big portions ma..

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  3. I didn't know Aberdeen was such a big city, thank for the tour.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  4. Quite a nice place for an Asian meal. But I think the food is a little inconsistent, sometimes good, sometimes not good......*big sigh*. Or maybe I'm too fussy....haha. At least you have something Asian :D http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  5. You have a very NICE way of saying you do not like the food there. What is this City Of God? Their city building, or a church?

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  6. the structures there were awesome,
    haha me too, asian dishes were just the best

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  7. filip: lots of granite buildings!


    weekend: thank you!

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  8. Beautiful buildings. Food looks good and I love the passion drink. Looks refreshing.

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  9. Nice photos taken,Claire!

    By that time, you will be a great Chef handling Asian food.**winks*

    Hope you are better now, Claire. Tk care

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  10. gyoza and ramen!! hahahaha, reminds me of my trip to japan.. probably will not have japanese for these couple of weeks~~ ;p

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