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Saturday, 5 March 2016

Brunch At Kedai Kopi Sun Yuan Loong & Saturday's Critters.

My friend informed me that she will be coming to pick me at 9.20 am. After my morning walk, I quickly watered my plants, took my bath and got ready for my friend.

After she picked me, she dropped her daughter at the college and then we went to pick up another 2 friends. Finally, after many suggestion, we all agreed on Kedai Kopi Sun Yuan Loong at Medan Bendahara 1, Ipoh. 

Only one of us was very hungry. the rest had taken early breakfast and we just wanted a drink and nibble some light food. This place is known for its white coffee so I ordered a glass of iced coffee.
 I ordered a small plate, 1 roll of savoury Chee Cheong Fun with minced meat and chopped preserved vegetable. Add some sprinkling of sesame seeds, crispy fried onions and onion oil, served with pickled green chili and chili sauce.
 Small plate of flat Chee Cheong Fun (ccf) with dried shrimp, with sprinkling of sesame seeds, crispy fried onions and onion oil, served with pickled chili, sweet sauce and chili sauce.
 2 pieces of Yam/Taro cake. Love the generous amount of yam in the cake. Topping of crushed peanuts, sesame and served with chili sauce.
 After our brunch, stopped at a Pet's shop for a friend to buy dog food.
And I was busy taking photos of some of the pets in cages.
 These are giant lizards and they have big pouch under their neck.
 This big brown lizard has a big pouch hanging under its neck.
 Smaller green lizards.
 I was happy to see this beautiful parrot.
 And I think it was happy to see me too.
 It turned around and posed for my camera!
 Looks like it is smiling too!
This colourful parrot was talking to me in a language I couldn't understand.
Thank you for posing for me.

Well, my brothers, let's add up what I am saying.

When you meet together some will sing, another will teach,

or tell some special information God has given him,

or speak in an unknown language, or tell what someone else

is saying who is speaking in the unknown language,

but everything that is done must be useful to all,

and build them up in the Lord.

(1 Corithians 14:26, TLB)

50 comments:

  1. Oh the food you eat. Yummy.

    I loved all the critters too. So cute.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a beautiful weekend!

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  2. The parrots are lovely but noisy ones

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    1. Yes, but I think they can be fun to have around too.

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  3. I love the photos, especially the ones with the animals! That parrot is so cute!xx


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    1. Thank you, Vildana. I like the parrot too!

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  4. Food looks great, photos too.

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    1. Thank you, Blogoratti. Have a great day!

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  5. I love the photos of lizards and the beautiful parrot but it makes me sad to see it's feet on a chain. He looks quite large. I've been out of town this week so I've missed some posts.
    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Yes, I feel sad too to see the beautiful parrot chained and restricted. Have a great weekend too!

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  6. I love sesame seeds and nuts on my food too! The lizards are impressive creatures but I really enjoyed your posing parrot!

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    1. Thank you, Christine. The parrot is very eye catching and entertaining.

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  7. Hello, yummy food and photos. The lizards are cool and I love the beautiful bird. I feel sorry that they are all in cages though. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy and have a happy weekend!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen for hosting Saturday's critters. Have a happy weekend too!

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  8. I find it sad that these animals are in cages, or chained up, when they should be living a life of freedom in the wild. Diane

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    1. That's the reason why I avoid going to pet's shop.

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  9. Such a shame the parrot was chained, but it was lovely to see it.

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    1. It is a very big and beautiful parrot.

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  10. Both are my favourite, CCF & yam cake. Love the beautiful parrot but scare of the lizard.

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    1. I am also scared of the lizard, dare not go too near them.

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  11. Parrots always look like they are at least 500 years old! As always the food looks delicious.

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    1. Thank you, Sallie. I think it is fun to have a parrot as a pet.

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  12. This parrot looks very pretty! Photos are great!))

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    1. Thank you, Veronica. Have a lovely Sunday!

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  13. I like the parrot, such a beautiful animal.

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    1. Thank you, Marleen. I like the beautiful parrot too!

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  14. Very nice series of photos Nancy. That parrot is beautiful. It sounds like it was raised in another country perhaps as it speaks a different language. I like the top two dishes in your post. I had some shrimp kind a few weeks ago and it was very good. Have a good rest of your weekend.

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    1. Thank you, Joyful. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  15. beautiful post and my favorite....the colorful parrot..xoxo

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    1. Thank you, BJ. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  16. Those big lizards are iguanas. Green iguanas are an endangered species. I have never seen so many iguanas in pet shops here.

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    1. I wondered who would want to keep iguanas as pets....

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  17. I will never understand having a lizard as a pet

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    1. I agree with you, Tom. Have a beautiful Sunday!

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  18. Omigosh...the chee cheong fun looks delicious, Nancy! Bring me..haha!

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  19. Occasionally i will come across parrot who will said hello, kaka...

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    1. Since at a young age, I am drawn to parrots. Very cute and entertaining bird.

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  21. Hi Nancy,
    Yummy CCF and steamed yam cake. My fav. On ! Scary big lizards ! That colourful parrot might be saying 'I love you' ... hee ...hee!

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    1. Thank you, Karen. Ha ha I would love the parrot to say that to me!

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  22. My thoughts as I read and scrolled, nice, what the hell, and then ok not too shabby

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    1. Sorry about the pet shop and the condition of the cage. Its a pity that they are kept in these cages.

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  23. Oh I love that kind of food too. I quickly scrolled through the animal pictures in case there were snakes hehe. Reached the end safely!

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. If possible and if I can avoid it, I will not pose any snake photos here because I don't like snakes too!

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  24. These narrow cages, chains on his feet .... sad it all

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    1. I agree with you. It is very sad to see the animals in such state.

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