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The Long Journey From South To North

TIME TO HIT THE ROADS AGAIN... Yes, our ten days stay in Johor has come to an end.  We woke up early in the morning, packed our stuff into the car, bade farewell to our little nest and adjourned to have our breakfast before we headed for the highway.  During our stay, we did not have Dim Sum till the very last moment, my girl suggested going to Changman.  According to my son, prices have gone up steeply... oh well, nothing surprising, everything seems to have gone up and I told him that we would go to check our the prices... we simply cannot leave JB without going for our regular place of Dim Sum... 
 My girl's favourite BBQ dumplings... she finished the three of them... 
I took a small bite only.. they are mini-sized anyway...
I had Chicken Koay Teow soup... my girl took a small portion.... 
Steamed Chee Cheong Fun with BBQ pork...
And a plate of three mini egg tarts...
Before we left, we also packed some cakes and dumplings... 
Just in case we get hungry on the way... 
We started our journey around 10.30am.... 
Weather was good, thank God... traffic was smooth.... 
And my girl drove 3/4 of the five hours plus journey... 
Young people's eyes are always sharper, right!
We reached Ipoh around 4pm... 
This is the first time both of us drove alone without the guys.... 
For the journey to and fro, the expenses came to around RM250...

Comments

  1. You seems to visit and enjoy the South every 2 months with annual trips to UK. Lucky mama!

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    1. Hey man, I am now old.. how many more decades to go here and there? hahahaa...

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  2. so nice to have little nests here and there. ipoh dim sum and ipoh chicken hor fun/kway teow is better right? when compared to johor's dim sum? good to know that both of you are back in ipoh safely now. well done!

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    1. I love to try food from other states cos Ipoh taste, I know too well already .. hahahaa...

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  3. Nice post.. I felt your post to be an inspirational one.. Unique writing style. Keep up the good work :)

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  4. 5 hours? Wowwww!!! That's a long time but then again, you have nice highways there. Here, you would probably need 10 hours, same distance.

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    1. hahaha..yeah, if the roads are not good, then we will not drive...

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  5. The egg tarts look good. Welcome back to Ipoh!

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  6. The chicken soup and egg tarts look so good, I would fill myself up on only them! Your girl has turned into a beautiful lady!!

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    1. Thank you Ginny.. yes the food was not bad...

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