Camp food was like well, any ordinary camp food la. You can tell that the cooks were only cooking for the sake of cooking. The best dish in camp was the sweet and sour fish on the last day and the fish ball soup. Other than that, everything else was YUCK! Like the guys would take soooo much food on their plates and after taking a bite out of everything, they would waste 60% of it.
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Some opted not to eat. no lah. Just needed a picture to fill this empty spaceJonathan goes "THE FOOD STINKS!"
While others oddly enjoyed the meal"I don't care lah, Got food then I eat"
Oh, btw i took all 4 pics above. NICE RIGHT!?!?!?
Glad that our church had a vehicle. We had a satay fest on the first night. GOOD SATAYS. Like even better than the Kajang Satay’s that you find in Ipoh. But the whole satay environment was horrid dirty. It just rained and there were like muddy holes on the floor. For the love of Satays
On the second day, we drove to Seremban to eat. Yes, What Ipoh-ians do just food. It was my first time to the town of Seremban. I was expecting an ulu kampung-ish place like Langkawi. But turned out that the place was more modern-er than Ipoh -_-' It took us a 1hour drive. Then we had to find for the beef ball noddle place. Good Food.
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Owh and next was Fear Factor-Huge Style. Yalah, i know it does not exactly fall into the category of "FOOD" but they did some eating. So lantak-lak!
Yeah so we had fear factor. I heard it wasn't as disgusting as last year but, It was still Yucky. Don't know exactly how the whole competition ran but it had Frogs and Worms and Crickets and Eating and Black Plastic Bags and Pastor Lisa.
top 3 contestants
"I'm gonna feed you worms. nyek nyek nyek"
see, its wet
Pastor Lisa all geared up
I couldn't agree more with Pastor Clements Facials.
Oh ,since i'm in the topic of food, i went for dinner, and rachel wanted us to ta pau Nga Choi Kai so i had to walk about like 497589475miles to the shop. and just for the record, I NEVER WANT TO WORK IN A NGA CHOI KAI STORE. Like,It's such a hurting place. Everyone is shouting at everyone.And then this poor little boy ( i think he was about 10) got me the wrong change, and the lady cutting the chicken started shouting at him in chinese like "WTH YOUR SO DAMN STUPID EVEN THIS CHICKEN*the one she was cutting* CAN DO A BETTER JOB THEN YOU". I felt like shouting "WHERES THE LOVE LAH?!?!?" So sad la.
PS: Thanks to Jonathan for the amazing pictures.