This trip is really an eye opener : lots of good food and lots of exciting sights. It is a feast for both the eye and the mouth!
My travelling partner is game for good food and she is one of the fittest ladies I know. Travelling like this needs a good physique and a healthy background. Our tour guide told us horrid stories of men and women who were not fit to travel. These stories cannot be repeated here. (If you want to know you can ask me when you meet me).
Tamsui night market is world famous - lots of food and lots of clothings and other attires. It is a tourist delight. I can spend a week here enjoying everything. This lady walks in the middle of the street trying to pull customers with a box of free to taste goody.
An old couple (who have grown old togethere here in the last 30 years) selling Chow Tou Foo...smelly toufoo. My friend and I fell in love with this dish at first bite. I must say this tou foo is smelly no more!
Fragrant home made Taiwan sausages./
Taiwan "hotdogs"....also you will be surprised that many of these hotdogs are made from wild boar meat!!
The food is endless and so is the Tamsui Road.
The pioneering families of Sibu Foochows continued to practise the adoption of girls from poor families who become their maids (slaves). ...
Lots of signboards have been posted up at significant places near rivers in Miri. There are many rivers in the Miri district and most of the...
If you are told that this is the kuih or snack that an Iban would be homesick for please believe him or her. Simply made from all ingredie...
The Foochow Wedding Banquet of yesteryears would always include a plate of Man Chiew Ko at the end. When I was young I thought that eating...