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Travel Blogs from Kuching
... to stop and have some pork sate, which were delicious. By the time we ordered 10 more sticks, they had run out so we couldn't get any more. As we were eating I was watching people getting 30-40 sticks at a time to take home with them. Also a very adventurous thing for me- got my hair dyed - red highlights to cover up the emerging grey!!!! I went with the recommendation of the hairdresser who was cutting my hair. ...
Well, we got up early for breakfast - what a strange selection of food! Laksa, cheese, curry, fruit, porridge, rice, roast and the list goes on. Josh and I settled for pancakes and waffles with some yummy jam.
After breakfast, we organised our cooking class for Tuesday. We called Joseph and he said "Will be in 5 minute." Ahhh ****. We didn't have the money for the deposit! We frantically ...
... again, looking at all the intricate carvings of wood that are offered up in everything from tiny Sarawak key rings to huge wood furniture that has been carved by hand. Beautiful. Walking in the humidity, believe me sometimes it is unbearable, we decided we wanted a bit more of Little Lebanon. So we went back and gave in to our temptation to do Shisha. We sat for about an hour or so people watching, which included a group of nursery children that were so ...
... history and culture of the Bidayuh
After our tour we had some time to ourselves until dinner at 1900.
Dinner was served on the Awah (covered verandah) and consisted of Bamboo Chicken Soup with wild mushrooms, ginger and wild ginger, Bamboo cooked Rice, stir fried local Fern, sliced Bamboo with chilli, sweet and sour chicken, green leaf vegetables and mixed
vegetables; we were then offered home grown papaya and tree bark tea. ...
... street side food court next door to try and grab some breakfast. Apparently Chinatown rises early and 9:45am
is too late for breakie. It is, however,
a great time to get a bowl of very dark brown broth with wide flat noodles,
some unidentified animal parts and a hardboiled egg – quite tasty
actually! It is also a great time to
have a deep discussion with an old Chinese ...