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16.08.2013 | 杭州逍遙

[Volume 8 Issue 8, #1771]
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本來呢個2007年嘅上海北京之旅, 都係打算嚟個雙城遊嘅啫, 不過咁啱喺上海嘅時間有個週末, 朋友唔駛返工, 所以就建議搞個weekend trip, 於是就成就咗呢個兩日一夜嘅杭州遊, 對我嚟講算係個額外收穫.. :)
  • 因為週末關係, 所以可以湊夠一大班朋友一齊去杭州.. 朋友大大話話去過杭州八次咁多, 都依然熱情跟隨, 有佢做盲公竹, 整個trip雖然有啲趕, 但係都算係頗逍遙嘅..
  • 呢個所謂嘅weekend trip, 其實係同朋友一聚多過去觀光.. 所以除咗幾個比較主要嘅景點(西湖, 雷峰塔, 靈隱寺), 其餘時間都係食嘢同室內消遣.. 最記得係為咗食杭州出名嘅東坡肉而四處奔波, 呵呵!! :D
  • 人在杭州嘅時候, 頭髮開始長咗啲, 所以頭世紀難睇髮型都開始冇咁難睇喇, 我都可以唔駛戴著頂帽遮醜喇, 感覺超涼爽(個頭同埋個心情)~~ :D..
  • 當時都有寫過呢一個上海之旅嘅, 不過啲相比蚊滋仲要細, 視覺享受絕對係零分啦, 呵呵!! 不過確實係記載住當時每日嘅心情同事跡嘅.. 有興趣可以去呢度重溫噃.. :)
the trip to shanghai and beijing in year 2007 was initially really meant for the two cities only, but because we had a weekend in shanghai, a friend suggested that we do a weekend breakaway out of shanghai, and hence we had this 2D1N short trip to hangzhou, indeed it was a bonus to me.. :)
  • because of the weekend, we were able to get more friends to join us for the weekend trip.. a friend has been to hangzhou for as many as 8 times yet she followed, with her a our guide, the trip though was a little rush but overall it was a good and leisure one..
  • it was a weekend getaway, so more of catching up with friends than sightseeing.. hence besides some more important attractions (west lake, leifeng pagoda, temple of soul's retreat) we spend more time in eating and indoor entertainments.. i still remember we hunt here and there just for the famous hangzhou dongpo style braised pork, haha!! :D
  • when i was in hangzhou, my hair has slightly grown longer and hence that ugly hairstyle didn't look as ugly as it was before.. i also didn't need to wear my cap to cover it, so i felt more cooling (i mean both my head and my heart too)~~ :D
  • i kind of blogged about this trip to shanghai back then, all in chinese and photos were so tiny even a magnifying glass could not help.. however they did record my views and incidents that has happened at those particular moments.. click here if you are interested to read on..
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141 comments:

  1. Morning, everyone!!! =]

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  2. Nice and easy trip on your own. That's wonderful! You got to see more the places in your own pace.

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    1. What's that word on the rock?

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    2. Cute signature post! Are you still doing that?

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    3. I always admire those stone carvings. Simply awesome and unique!

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    4. yeah, i always go on trips on my own, so that i can follow my own pace and time, except that time to Nepal.. the words on the rock spell the name of the place - West Lake, Hangzhou.. no more doing that signature pose now, old already :D

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  3. Lucky Ah Boy. You went to Hangzhou and I missed it because I went to Anhui and Suzhou.

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    1. I am surprised that lady friend had visited some 8 times and still gladly went again to be your tour guide. That showed the beautiful lake is really attractive and charming. I must visit next time.

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    2. i think suzhou is equally a nice place to visit, next time you go to shanghai you can go hangzhou.. yes, i think my friend really like hangzhou a lot, that would be her 9th time going there, but i guess that would be her most happy one because it's with me?? muahahaha~~

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  4. Vanakam! Morning to All. So very kesian, post on 26/05/07 you have 3+1 comments. On 27/05/07 lagi cham zero comment. But look at now heaven and earth difference ;),

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    1. oh yeah, that time really not much comments.. probably no nice photo, written in chinese only, and not yet met the crazy spamming readers!! haha~~

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  5. Those days no food post that's why no pixz of the famous hangzhou dongpo style braised pork?

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    1. those days i didn't know how to use the "close up" feature of my camera, so whenever i move the lens close photo turns out very blur.. so cannot show those blurry photos here, you'll see nothing :D

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  6. 5. 6 years ago...and you actually looked so much slimmer and younger then... *shakes head*

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    1. Ahhhhh!!!! One more dog pee photo... Muahahahaha!!!!

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    2. hahaha, that's the same statement you would say to yourself 20 years ago lah!! haiyoh, what what dog pee?? my signature pose lah, you old man can't think what the young people think only~~ :D

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  7. So do you plan to visit Shanghai or Beijing again? One is modern and one is ancient... I think I prefer the ancient one.. more authentic... but if stay there for a period of time, then choose the modern city.. hahaha...

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    1. hmmm, if i am to choose i think i will want to visit Beijing again.. just love those historical sites, i think i didn't really spend much time admiring them in details, perhaps the second time would be a good chance.. furthermore, i haven't seen the olympic sites yet too..

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    1. Like the picture of you pose in picture F, hehe...

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  9. Good morning SK and everybody!!
    I salute you la SK, cause you remember every single bits of your travelogue though it happened 6 years ago!
    For me, to recall every single bits of what happened 6 years ago, is a tough job, hur hur (that's what happened to me after gave birth to Aden)
    Opps paiseh, a bit outta topic now :p

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    1. Anyway, Hangzhou! Heard so much about it. It's well famous for its beautiful scenery! Look at the west lake, really very nice la!
      But I think the view would look perfect without you standing there, haha xD (Ok la just kidding, we want to see your face also la)

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    2. Then those buildings with those amazing architecture, really worth a visit right? And those stone carvings, very uniquely done! Must take lots of photos as memory.
      Haha, signature pose again!

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    3. What's the season when you were there? Sky looks kinda cloudy, but you wear short sleeve and sunglasses, so must be not so cold huh?

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    4. So no shopping there at Hangzhou? Only walk walk see see scenery? Hmm good also la, not necessarily must shop right? Take this time to relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery~

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    5. errr, actually i cannot remember much since it was so long back ago.. but just try to remember a little by looking at the photo, and did some googling to help me find info about the places i went.. hehe!! i 做功課 for my travelogue also one..

      oh, it was may and the weather was just cooling, that's why you saw me wearing shorts and shades.. yeah, the West Lake is nice and there are 10 famous spots around they called them collectively 西湖十景.. haha, you always ask me about shopping dei.. just a short trip so didn't go shopping lah.. had shopped enough in Shanghai already mah, somemore kena picked-pocket, lost some cash already leh~~ :D

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  10. 我要畀個讚你,因爲大部分照片都能夠睇到你嘅蹤影。

    唔喺好似啲人放曬啲風景相(我自己都識上網search啦),人物又做手腳打曬格子咁(自己嗰面都唔見得人咩?)。

    最後就喺一張食物照都冇!!!證明你非常正常,思想正確,身體健康,冇病!哈哈哈哈~~~

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    1. 哈哈, 多謝海兄你讚賞!! 有點受寵若驚添.. 其實係因為當時仲未識得用相機個微距功能, 所以食物相都影得唔好, 咪冇辦法俾大家睇咁啫.. 不過我都其實開始變返正常嘅~~ :p

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  11. I always wanted to go Hangzhou but unfortunately my two trips to Shanghai i don't have a full day off from work to go over to Hangzhou.

    Is the lake in Summer Place, Beijing looks the same as the lake in Hangzhou?

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    1. hmmm, what a waste, but then at least you didn't miss the Shanghai Bund when you were there right?? hehe.. errr, cannot compare the West Lake in Hangzhou with Kunming Lake in Summer Palace lah, both also nice with a different feel..

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  12. Apa nak cakap ah?

    SK look so gaya lah, with those shades on! Hahaha

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    1. why didn't know what to say?? saw Ah Boy too bergaya and you were stunned?? :D

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    2. I become totally speechless. LOL

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  13. So how was that dongpo dish? Was it better than the ones here? More authentic?

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    1. errr, i wouldn't say it's heavenly maybe because we didn't managed to try the best and the most famous ones there.. can't really remember the taste, furthermore i rarely eat this (greasy and oily) dish, so cannot compare~~ :D

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  14. Uiks...quickie weekend get away ah..

    Eh y only you in the photo? Where all your friends that go with you tohamgzhou? They tarak take train ah?

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    1. haha, not good to expose my friends over here mah, must keep their own privacy~~ :p

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  15. Nice view in photo b. Csn see lilies pads behimd you. In tge old days ppl go there to "lim si chok tui"(talk poems) you tarak ka?

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    1. yeah, the West Lake is very famous for it's beautiful view.. errr, you only see the background but not the guy in the photo meh?? LOL :D

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  16. Leifeng pagoda..cham...tarak tau apa itu..lol..kucing bawah tempurung...I onlg know the pagoda I the HK drama where the general catch the naughty La Cha :p

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    1. you are not alone lah.. i only knew that when i were there.. and got more information when i googled a bit about the place when i was writing this post~~ :D

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  17. Such beautiful lake...too bad kamala not around to bollywood with u there...lol...

    If anay sure already bollywood with letchumi yhere..can imagine yhem dancing around those willow trees

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    1. hahaha, this lake is very very big lah.. so i think need one whole day to run and chase.. :D

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  18. Photo e got ppl cycling there. Am I right to guess that there is bicycle for rent around there? Aftrrall the area seems very big . If walk sure legs tired leh

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    1. oh yeah yeah.. a very huge lake it is, got people cycle and also got those tricycle for rent.. and i remember we kena conned lah, the driver say bring us to 5 most beautiful spots around the lake.. in the end we found there are 10 and the 5 he brought us to just so-so only..

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  19. Wah lau eh...really artistic name wor...but then again many places in chiba have very beautiful names.

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    1. Oh my typinggggggggg...I mean china...ish lucky no "I" at the rnd of the eords else sure masuk spam...ahem ahemmm....itu perempuan gila dah 1minggu x come my blog...hopefully will continue to be so la...meantime still moderate comments. ..sorry ah...I know you vomit blood see comments pending approval

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    2. Nasib baik jadi Chiba in Japan than become typo Ciba* pulak. That one 18SX LOL

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    3. fuyoh, i think you better turn on your auto-correction lah, at least that auto-correction won't gave you the word C*BA*, muahahahahaha!!

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  20. Photo f I can't help wondering if they also dont use any nsils to built it...

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    1. hmmm, probably.. i think many houses in the olden days never need to use a single nail.. all assembled nicely and locked perfectly..

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  21. Heavenly kings? What is that? Deity or real kings?

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    1. Definitely not Canto-Pop Heavenly Kings! Muahaha

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    2. the 4 heavenly kings lah, they are the deity in taoism, each holding an instrument with them.. the canto-pop heavenly kings were named after them..

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    3. Oh really? Interesting!
      Andy Lau, Lai Ming, Aaron Kwok and Jacky Cheung!

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    4. yes exactly but those in hangzhou are surely not them, haha!!

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    5. I am very super impressed with Mak Glam who knows so much about the K-Pop and now Canto-pop Heavenly Kings!!!

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    6. Should I go brag about my knowledge of the world? HAHAHA

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  22. Photo I...y the face like that. A lot of climbing needed ka? Look tired wor

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    1. can't remember lah.. but i think most probably not because of climbing, but because of the crowd.. :D

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  23. The stone craving really amazing la. Look very detailed. Must have used many years to complete it.

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    1. oh yeah, i think so.. last time those sifu all very skillful one, but i think this kind of skills are slowly sun-setting..

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  24. Your friend very good la in photo k. He/she snap photo of u not in the middle. At the side. Ngum ngum can read all the four words of the plc. Four words only right?

    Eh should photo shop away the man squatting at the back la. Ugly leh

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    1. hahaha, yalor.. nice photos taken by my friend, so happy.. errrr, never mind lah, you see that ugly man at the back, then only think i look better right?? :D

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  25. At the court yard, I thought the trees are quite short like those trees found along the beaches over here.But when saw the people at the back..mthose trees seems very tall.

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    1. oh you were wrong, i think those are pine trees.. and pine trees can grow very tall one..

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  26. Tarak signature pose ah at photo M.

    You wear sun glass look very yau yeng

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    1. hahaha, too many places we went lah.. cannot pose too much and then show too much here, later not precious already~~ :D

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  27. Yea photo N feels very calm but I can't help imagining suddenly will have a kungfu master "flying" out..watch too much kungfu drama

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    1. if you can read chinese huh, i think you surely will be a die hard fans of the chinese kungfu novels.. hahaha!! more imaginative than watching drama series leh~~

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  28. Photo o again must praise your friend. Good photographer. Heard from some where if snap photo of a subject, must not put it in the middle. Must sideway like this baru kira as good .

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    1. oh yes, i think so.. putting the people at either side makes the photo looks nicer.. not necessarily must everytime stand in the middle..

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  29. "when i was in hangzhou, my hair has slightly grown longer and hence that ugly hairstyle didn't look as ugly as it was before.."

    LoL! That statement sounds very funny!

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    1. funny, but i am very frank mah~~ :D

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  30. Haha your signature pose! Nice photos! TV always recommend the Dongpo pork, looks very yummy and tempting but never taste before. Wonder if they have it in any of the restuarants in Singapore.

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    1. oh, i think dongpo pork is very common even in MY or SG right?? but i think maybe a little bit different from the China version, probably localised to suits our taste??

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  31. wish to go there too~ =D

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    1. never a problem, you are still young :)

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  32. Hey there! It's been a while since i visited ur blog....seems like u have been traveling a lot there. Now you are blogging in both Chinese and English... too bad I can't read Chinese :(

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    1. i write the same thing in both languages, so what you read in English is what i tell in Chinese.. haha!! bilingual to get more people reading, more international mah~~ :D

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  33. wow.. SK alway travels to different place nia~ Jealous

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    1. haha, but that was so long ago lah.. year 2007!!! :p

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  34. now this makes me feel like to travel
    there too, what i mean is seeing those places you've
    showed us were something to look forward to

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    1. well, who wouldn't like to travel and see different places around the world right?? :)

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  35. as for this set of photos,
    i really like those willow trees,
    we don't have such tree here and for me it looks
    enchanting

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    1. ah yes, they really look nice by the lake right?? and also those water lily pad..

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  36. I also like that rock as well as the
    wall carvings, it was showing great
    culture that country has

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    1. oh yeah, those stone carvings are surely masterpiece, but too bad i think this skill is slowly sun-setting..

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  37. that cave temple was as well great,
    especially that it has this deity carvings too

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    1. and those i showed in the photo were just part of them, there are actually a lot more along the way..

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  38. were missing something here sk,
    ive notice that there's no food pics
    unlike your other trips

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    1. hahaha, i still wasn't good with my camera back then, couldn't capture nice food photos.. so can't share them here :D

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  39. have a great day and happy blogging sk
    take the best of care and god bless you

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    1. you too have a great day and happy blogging :)

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  40. Never to blog on an old trip. reminiscence of an old trip is good for everyone! Looking forward to more posts!!!

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  41. Nice pictures that SK took at Hangzhou. Really nice view. SK is good in his signature pose, my Yoga teacher also needs to learn from you . Thumbs up la!

    By the way, I never visited any country free and easy like SK. I am a very lazy person, somemore I needed to cater for my two girls. So, most of the time I will sign up tour. So that I don't need to think of logistic, accommodation, and food. You get what I mean? But I am a single like SK, I would love to go for free and easy trip.

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    1. haiyoh, how can that signature pose of mine compare with those proper yoga pose!! hahaha, sure your yoga teacher will laugh at me if she sees this..

      hmmm, i think most probably you go traveling as a family and you have two girls to take care of.. maybe few years later when they have grown up, you can try to have your own DIY trip, you will surely love it!! you don't really have to go big, as long as you have a happy and relaxing trip, that would be a great time for you and your loved ones.. agree??

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  42. Have you been to Guangzhou?

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    1. nope, have not been to Guangzhou..

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    2. Guangzhou is a crazy and busy city for business men and food gluttons! It has the biggest and most disorganized airport in China. You even need to check out luggage and run to another building to check in again to catch connecting flights into China! This is terrible lah!

      Nothing much historical to see that suits my interest. My friends said they have so much fatty food and one gained 5 kilos after 6 days on business trip. Horrors!

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  43. 嘩!! 去杭州!! 還要去北京吃北京烤鸭, 好享受哦~~ 喜歡!!!

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    1. 我更加喜歡你去日本泡溫泉~~ 還有copy我的comments~~ :D

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  44. Nice pic! I wish to go to Beijing!!! Air pollution must be less during your visit but now it's one of the most polluted city in the world :(

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    1. errr, i have no idea but when i am at a place, i don't care about the pollution.. i have to enjoy being there, see and experience the most i could.. BTW, is KL getting worse also?? :D

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  45. You make the twiggies popular this way, SK!! Good job.. very creative! hahahaa.. no need to do the baking.. just the piping... hahaha...

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    1. oooi, how come you comments about the twiggies in my hangzhou post?? haha.. anyway, yeah, it's simple and fun.. you can also make them to tipu your colleagues la~~ :D

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  46. I heard from friend that Hangzhou and Suzhou has a very nice view. I wish to visit them too.

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    1. Backpack shiok right? Hubby and I definitely will choose for backpack, if can!

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    2. Not to worry much about your hair style. Looking good lar. Really...

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    3. I like the army pants and your shades! - very "Yeng Zhai"

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    4. Beautiful stone carvings, ancient architecture, greeny scenery. WHat a nice place to relax.

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    5. Especially the ancient roof design, bamboo trees planted at the surrounding area - Hmm, I can smell nice fresh air too. Hehehe

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    6. yeah, hangzhou and suzhou are beautiful places but i have not been to suzhou before.. and heard that there are many pretty girls in suzhou too!! haha.. errr, that army pants, i used to wear it very frequently (and hence wash it frequently too), until there were holes, i really love that pants.. bought from Uniqlo in Shanghai.. oh yeah, you are right!! the air is fresher in hangzhou, i think probably because of the lake and the many tress planted around :)

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    7. Go backpack around Japan and ditch the tou group. Japan is superb for backpacking! xD

      But then, Angeline should know that lah. LOL

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    8. yeah, i would think so.. developed countries are sure superb for backpacking, i will probably only join tours if i'm going to underdeveloped places.. :)

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    9. Not only Japan, many countries are good for backpackers... earn some part time money and move on... e.g: Australia

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    10. Thambee, I guarantee you that Suzhou is a nice ancient town with canals. Even the pretty ladies are from Suzhou as quoted in Chinese history! I was supposed to visit Wuzhen but it was too far. I will save it for future trips.

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    11. I wouldn't know wor... I stupid about WWOOF and all those part time job for money while holidaying. LOL

      Anyway, it's easier for Mat Salleh to get a working holiday visa than us Malaysians. Even Japan doesn't grant Malaysia that kind of visa. Work illegally is another matter, of course. Right? Right?

      But then, I dunno. Rarely go overseas unlike you all. :)

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  47. Photo A: The train looked like a normal train and it took an hour from Shanghai. I think if it was the High Speed train, it would be 15 minutes! No time to slow down and brake on time! I envy your backpack, sooooo light and easy! I always lugged big luggage along.

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    1. Photo B: So this is the West lake of Hangzhou! Look at that rock you posed with. I often studied their rocks and wondered if they carved them or it was natural formation. The wonderful Chinese can fake and carve anything!

      I am can testify that this Hangzhou Lake is prettier than the one in Nanjing which looked bigger only. I didn't explore the lake in Nanjing which had small islands as well.

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    2. Photo C: So this Leifeng Pagoda is one of the 10 attractions there. How come you didn't go right up to the Pagoda? I only see Thambee's photos in so many shots covering 40% of the scenic photos. I rarely post myself in the photos in blogs la cos I am not so attractive already.

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    3. Photo D: The tree is so huge behind and I cannot see the beautiful lake. Next time you squat down lah!!! muahahahaha

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    4. Photo E: I like this photo showing the ancient old buildings lining the lake. This makes the lake nicer to stroll around. Sometimes they have nice old buildings in scenic spots of China but they are actually public toilets!!! Wakakakakakaka

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    5. Photo F: Wah! Superman pose again! Anay sure like this! Next time I will do this pose and credit it as SK Thambee pose okei...
      In future you tie your hanky behind as its cape and fly!!!

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    6. Photo G: I always loved to admire those ancient architecture made of wood. They have wonderful characters and stories in the patterns & motifs which are symbolic to feng shui beliefs.

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    7. Photo H: Wow! The bamboos are nice and refreshing in greens. Where is the Heavenly Kings?? You showed me bamboo but not the Kings? I love the 4 Heavenly Kings until I bought their 4 big statues to be placed at home.

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    8. Photo I: I noticed that only China has these huge carvings of deities on the rocks. The only other Buddha carvings in Afghanistan have been bombed by their fanatics and the famous All Presidents heads are carved in Mount Rushmore, USA.
      Was that all the deities being carved at the rocks in hangzhou? Was there more but you didn't snap?

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    9. Photo J: Why your friend took photos without showing the actual carving details? This photo is to show your face only as part of the carvings. Wakakakaka
      I have seen these wall carvings many times so I am able to say they are always very nice and interesting with legendary stories to tell. It was so hard to carve on granite stones with facial details like eyes and teeth!! Goodness!

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    10. Photo K: This is the Lingyin Temple which is so famous. Do you know what deities are inside and no photos again? I went to Shanghai's City God's temple and snapped almost all the deities inside after asking for permission. I will blog them later when I have finished my last Thai episode.

      I just googled the photos of the Lingyin Temple in Hangzhou! They are so beautiful and impressive with the Amitabha Statue inside. So many other photos around the temple looked so impressive.

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    11. Photo L: I always loved to see the ancient courtyards in China. I would spend minutes there and dream a lot about the olden days showing the Masters sipping tea while watching the grandchildren playing crickets and marbles in the courtyard. I also spent time inside those courtyard houses in Melaka. I love them!

      Th stoned pagoda must be next to the courtyard, I guess....

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    12. Photo M: Where is the bell that made the chimes?? The bell must be hidden inside the Leifeng Pagoda.

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    13. Photo N: Where are the angels? I didn't see them flying. You must be seeing things.

      I guess you are talking about those icons at the edge of the roofs. I was made to understand that those are the status of the officer or Royalty rankings by counting the number of its angels. The Beijing's Palace has the most hence it was the Emperor's rank.

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  48. Can't remember whether I been to there or not...seem like I've been to, but can't remember anything!!! =[

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  49. Always heard Hangzhou is from chinese movie or drama, just know that, they've a lot of beautiful views!!! =]

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    1. Beside those views, I like their architectures too!!! =]

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