This restaurant's western breakfast set was pretty decent, surprisingly. In fact, it was better than the western breakfast we had yesterday (perhaps the fact that this was not kosher played a part on our tastebuds?).
This is a good place to sit and chill while watching Cameronians go about their daily lives. We marvelled at how petite the orang asal (aborigines?) were, and how everyone moved about at a relaxed and leisurely pace. Even the uncles having breakfast at the next table looked relaxed, they were there when we arrived and were still there when we left, now that's the life!
|located in Tanah Rata|
|my tonic for the long drive back|
|Tanah Rata (northbound)|
|Tanah Rata (southbound)|
|erm, non-kosher western breakfast|
We then headed back up to Kea Farm to buy some vegetables, and boy did we buy vegetables!
|ooh la la|
|where do we begin?|
|I got me some strawberry flavoured tea as well|
|take your time|
|there's no hurry|
|two bags full for less than RM50|
|don't forget the strawberries!|
|yeah, done shopping|
|will you help carry these already?|
|time to head back home L|
Reaching Simpang Pulai, we decided to have lunch in Ipoh, and came across a street with rows upon rows of restaurants selling the same dish. We settled on a shop (Restoran Ayam Tauge Lou Wong, 49 Jalan Yau Tet Shin 30000 Ipoh +6052544199, Coordinates: 4° 35' 38.50", 101° 5' 3.00") to find out was the fuss was about.
|this street only sells one kind of food|
|the biggest shop here|
|so we gave it a try|
|waiting to be served|
We honestly do not understand the hoopla surrounding this tauge (or bean sprout) chicken rice. Oh well, at least if anyone were to ask we can say we’ve tried, but we don’t have to say we enjoyed it.
|erm, bean sprouts|
|Cat doesn't look pleased|
|time to head home L|
Thus ends our highland holidays… Cameron Highlands, we miss you already L