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observations

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Observation #1: You’re not supposed to take photos near the customs area.

Observation #2: Nasi padang Indon style consists of dozens of plates of dishes served without you needing to order. Whatever you eat is chargeable, the rest are not. Very efficient but I’m not sure how hygienic it is!

Observation #3: Traveling via taxi allows you to get around in comfort but you lose out in truly experiencing the country and the people.

Observation #4: Why are the trees painted in black and white stripes? (more of a question than an observation)

Observation #5: Keropok is Asia’s answer to potato chips.

Observation #6: I still remember the Nano-Nano jingle. (“Sweet, sour and salty, Nano-Nano, nana nana, Nano-Nano!”)

Observation #7: Po finds post-Teletubbies work as an ambassador of sweet corn.

Observation #8: Hypermart is a pretty self-explanatory store name.

Observation #9: BFC does not stand for Batam Fried Chicken.

Observation #10: If only Doraemon knew that his favourite snack could be easily bought at your neighbourhood snack cart!

Observation #11: Rootbeer float does not taste the same when not served in a mug.

Observation #12: Family trips are love! 🙂

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Written by Nabilah

May 14, 2011 at 3:31 pm

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  1. Observation 7 about po had me laughing out loud! Poor po.

    It looked like a fun trip alright!

    Zee

    May 14, 2011 at 3:57 pm

    • hee hee! I love finding these quirky things in other countries!

      Nabilah

      May 16, 2011 at 11:02 pm


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