Thursday, May 15, 2014

I'm Back, With an App!

Well... I'm not sure if people still visits this blog, but I'm writing here anyway~

Recently I've come out with a puzzle solving app called Flip Flip [Google Play Link] and hope to get some extra pocket money from the ads in it.

Any kind soul who saw this post, please feel free to take a try and give me any feedbacks to improve the game :) If you thinks it's good, please help me by giving it a 5-star and show to your friends!

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Taiwan Trip - Part 8

So here I am, continuing my never-ending Taiwan trip blog...

After leaving Taipei, we landed ourselves at Fong Jia, which is somewhere in the middle part of Taiwan. The main reason we pick this place to spend our night is that there's a pretty big night market (again) close by that are quite famous.

By the way, I didn't know Proton made TV, and even got exported all the way to Taiwan, lol...

As usual, the place is filled with people even it's open for 7 days a week.

Food hunting as usual, we just go for shops with many people queuing up lol. Here's one of them, some hot-dog inside a hot-dog stuff.

This one was quite famous too, a bear-bear palm bun. The meat inside is fried, but the bun outside is steamed, so u roughly can guess the taste :)

Some really cheap and really long ice cream. McDonald would feel so bad if this shop is next to them. Well for the taste, it is not sweet at all, u feel like biting a ice-blended milk...

Let's cheers, with ice cream!

All I can say is that, this shop will get instantly shut down in Malaysia the moment it starts its business...

No, I don't want to comment on Desmond's face when eating the thing (yeah he actually went to buy it).

We found a pretty interesting place, a shop that sells paper product. From paper bird to paper lantern to paper chair to paper power! Though the shop is small, but we spent the rest of the night time we had there since we can't really get to see these in Malaysia. God someone import that shop here please!

I don't want to imagine my whole room made out of paper. One spark of fire could spell doom to me. However it's pretty cool to have one right?

Well, to be continued...

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Taiwan Trip - Part 7

Before I start writing, let me apologize from a long pause between the Taiwan series as I'm having a busy time to get used to the working life... I'll try to squeeze as much time possible to finish the whole trip (right now it's only half way done, FML).

Here's our last station before leaving Taipei and venture into other parts of Taiwan. Of all the places, the Taipei zoo. Why do I say in such a way? I'll explain it later~

The panda stadium right after the entrance. They sure build a frigging big building just to hold 2 panda and a huge panda souvenir shop. Too bad the panda was too far away from us, couldn't get a good picture (the picture captured there are after maximum zoom, blur right).

Some usual animals that you can find on any other zoo. One thing I dun like about Taipei zoo is that they put their anime kilometers away from the visitor, unless the animals are exceptionally large, else you'll need a binocular to see the animal at the size of.. a ring?

Let alone about interacting with the animals... I wana ride on zebra :(

Here's another place that are quite interesting, the penguin house. Due to the hot weather, we were hunting this place in the zoo map just to hide inside it.

Penguins are cute, of course :) They reminds me of Pn. Wong back in form 6.

The bear with the head alone as big as the your washing basin. Well they do look kinda adorable, when they are not treating u as their meal.

P/S: The hell they seriously need to upgrade their glasses to some anti-reflection glass, my camera couldn't take any good shop at animal behind the glass!

The kaola (which I have no idea why it pronounce as kua-la instead of kao-la). Just being lazy as they are, staying on the tree and let you have all the shooting fun.

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Next station, Taizhong~ To be continued!

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Taiwan Trip - Part 6

Went to Shi Lin night market, one of the very famous night market in Taiwan. It is so huge that it eats your leg to just walk from the beginning to the end.

Here's something very rare compared to the night market here, where the night market there have stalls for all sorts of mini games, from shooting, archery, ring-hooking, cards, etc. Winner gets a price, loser gets to pay.

Even the night market is darn huge, the streets are still filled with all the people...

"The Nameless Shop" is the shop name, guess what's selling inside? (I've totally forget whats selling there though, hahaha...)

For a guy like myself, shopping isn't really my aim and I could play those mini games in arcade anytime, so the work of the night would be FOOD HUNTING! We've picked a few introduced shop from the traveler's guide, and the first stop is this Taiwan Ba Kut Teh alike shop.

I know they looks like Ba Kut Teh, but they taste different in their own way. The only conclusion can be made is that it is tasty! We've even drank the whole bowl of soup.

The original XXXL chicken chop from Shi Lin! Finally I get to taste it... Though it taste about the same here T_T

Well I guess all fried stuff taste about the same, and they use about the same spice too, oh well...

Another very famous stuff here, the Cheesy Potato. Well, as its name imply, it's just potato with cheese, any cheese fans must-have!

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To be continued in part 7...