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Korean, Japanese, Mexican Food All In One Day

WHEN MENTIONED THE WORD SHOPPING, the day seemed to brighten up despite the gloomy weather sometimes in the morning.  Wet mornings do not dampen our mood especially when it comes to shopping especially to those factory outlet stores.  Though we do not have any intention of buying anything, we still feel happy just browsing and looking at their prices and stuff... LOL...

Before we set out, the first thing I do each morning is to drink a glass of fruit juice.  Fruits are pretty cheap over here, so I normally dump in any kind of fruit I can get hold of, apple, beetroot, orange are the basic ones, and when there are extra fruits such as strawberries, blueberries or mulberries, into the blender they go too as well.
My first drink of the day before doing anything else...
plus two glasses of warm water... and then
the detoxifying session will begin... LOL...
Getting all set to go for our outing!
Our first stop... Korean International Market... 
My sister's recommendation.... Korean Seafood Noodles...
I think it cost around $8
Nope, I could not finish this Huge Portion by myself...
Just look at this enormous bowl!!
Yes, certainly need to be shared....
We ordered this California roll as well....Smoked Salmon... $7.90
And after our tummies were filled... 
We began our shopping at Folsom outlets...
The whole course took us a couple of hours..
By the time we finished, it was late afternoon..
For the trip to Folsom took more than an hour to and fro...
On the way back, we bought El Pollo Loco...
Mexican food... whole set cost around $20...
Grilled chicken suits me real fine...
Yes, more than enough for us... 
I could only take one piece instead of two....
Have to watch my size otherwise I might end up looking like that
Plump Bear on the shirt I am wearing!
LOL...

Comments

  1. The Korean seafood noodle is really big portion, even for me! Ha ha!

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  2. Wow! Huge bowl. I dont think I could finish it too.

    Lol. With all those good food, you would be like the bear when flying home. ^^

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  3. That bowl of noodles is the biggest I have seen! Even you can not finish it! And shopping works up quite an appetite! The El Pollo Loco food looks the best to me!

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  4. Everything is huge in America from cars, clothes to food portions. I never could buy shirts there as very longgar. LOL
    I love the colourful ingredients inside your Korean Seafood noodles. So spicy delicious.

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  5. i would love to eat the seafood and salmon in your photos. so delicious but the portion is too big. you are looking good!

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  6. Wow that is a big bowl of noodles

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  7. Korean seafood noodles. That is my first choice whenever I can get it.
    What a great trip!

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