Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Holiday in Sarawak : Road trip to Miri : Day 3
As the next day appears, we embarked on a road trip from Kuching to Miri. The first stop was Sarikei, located North East of Kuching
Also with interesting places to take photos
As we met my brother's friend, we had our first breakfast in this Kopitiam
There was the Sarikei-styled Kon Lau Noodle with Wun Tun (or Wan Tan),
and the Sarikei-styled Kon Lau Noodle with BBQ Pork.
How about the Soy-Sauced cooked Wun Tun?
The next stop was Sibu and yet we had our 2nd breakfast.
This is something I never had before. It's called 'Pen Pen Fuu'. It's different but tastes nice.
This time, we had a plain stir-fried Wun Tun,
and the original Sarawak Kam Pua Noodles. Simply one of my favorite chinese noodle dishes.
After a long drive from Sibu, we arrived in Miri. The hotel we arrived gave me quite a big surprise. A Porsche Cayenne GTS and a Nissan 370Z sitting on the front porch of the Hotel's Entrance.
At the other side, there were two muddy off-road trucks, a Ford Ranger and a Toyota Hilux
Also at the other side shows a Matte Black 2011 Nissan GT-R
The details were very mean!
The rims were very interesting. RAYS Sports Rims and a Orange-Gold Brembo NISMO brakes setup.
In the basement parking lot, the fun doesn't end. Here lies a Nissan Skyline as seen above.
But not any ordinary Skyline...
...as this is actually a 4-door version. A non-GT-R version to say.
How about a retro Toyota Celica GT-Four?
I had this pure nostalgic feeling that makes my skin fur raise.
That were the days when Sport Cars were really Sport Cars.
Last but not least, I finally saw a Red Suzuki Cappuccino in real life
I can't believe it's actually that small.
After we checked-in the hotel, we hanged out at the outskirts of Bintang Mall at Station ONE to kill the night out.
At the mean time, I popped into Bintang Mall and got my friend a pair of High Heels.
As the night fades darker and darker, we went to one of the streets in Miri and went to this place for Supper.
A stall that serves many many type of roti.
A huge variety to be exact.
So we bought a few Roti Jhons and brought it back to the hotel...
...and enjoyed it to end the night.
Stay tune for the final day of Holiday in Sarawak.