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The weather was at 11 degrees Celcius but the water was heated to around 28 degrees Celcius.
Together with the sunny blue skies of spring, it’s the best time to relax and dip into the mineral rich bath.
Best moment in Budapest. (at Széchenyi thermal bath)
Massive open square with lots of bronze statues. (at Heroes Square, Budapest)
A highly recommended small dining restaurant, the interior fits around 5 tables, but there are more tables outside.
Their traditional goulash soup has a stronger spice kick, although I find it better with a little bit more paprika added.
Main was red wine beef stew with noodles and cottage cheese, a perfect pair between savoury and saltiness.
Dessert was sweet noodles filled with blackberries in vanilla sauce. I still don’t understand what Europeans meant by “noodles”. To me, it’s just dough. 😅 (at KISHARANG ÉTKEZDE)
at St Stephans Cathedral, Budapest
Flea market at Budapest. Lots of Communist and Soviet collectibles. (at Gozsdu Udvar)
Continuation from Buda Castle and Fisherman’s Bastion.
For those who wish not to pay for the funicular ride and yet want the convenience of escalator, there is one up all the way to Buda Castle from the Budapest History Museum/Bazaar side. (at Fisherman’s Bastion)
Joined a free walking tour on a drizzling morning. Weather was unkind, but luckily my apartment has an umbrella to spare. (at Budapest Castle)
at Erzsébet tér
Spring early morning in Budapest. The weather has been quite erratic, between all day showers and sunny skies. (at Danube River, Budapest)
Chasing sunrise at Buda’s side at 5:15 am. (at Chain Bridge)
Evening walk along the Danube river, including the famous Széchenyi chain bridge.
In total, I walked for around 14.1 km across the river and back. 😅 (at Danube River, Budapest)
Ruin bars of Budapest. It’s like an open courtyard comprising many independent bars/taverns and random/messy art decoration.
Live performance available at night and a radio was playing classical musics.
Craft beers, wine, cocktails galore. Children friendly too.
Flodni: traditional Hungarian Jewish Cake. (at I love Flódni - Ráchel Flódnija)
Scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam. My craving is satisfied.
The clotted cream is solid on top, and runny at the bottom. And it’s not sour cream. 😜 (at Heathrow Terminal 3)
Hot chocolate as substitute to caffeine. (at Gourmet Coffee O'Brien Irish Sandwiches)
Kandang, a local adaptation of George Orwell’s Animal Farm.
Love the Malay folk tune ala gamelan. #kandang2019 #4kakikawan2kakilawan (at The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (klpac))
1. Black garlic and basil pork soup ramen.
2. Curry pork soup ramen. (at Menya Shishido 狮子道)
Here for staff retreat. (at Avillion Port Dickson)
Touched down at Kota Bharu boarding a propeller plane. (at Sultan Ismail Petra Airport)
Showcasing folk stories and songs, infused with comedic scenes. (at Water Puppet Theatre Hoi An)