Click here for more info of the Banh Mi (French Bread).
At the meantime, I requested to buy some buns for YX so he could eat them whenever he is hungry. The guide did not give us a YES or NO answer but she said she will inform the driver about our requests. We assume everything were ok.
Once the van stopped, the guide brought us to a very busy shop selling the French Bread and cakes. Too bad, they do not have any buns suitable for YX. So after purchasing the French Bread, the guide brought us further down the road to a bakery.
After the purchase, we walked towards our van and we saw a traffic police was talking to our driver. Gosh! We were given a SUMMONS !
The guide later explained that in certain areas in the city, all vehicles are NOT allowed to stop at the roadside for more than 3 minutes, even the driver is there. Vehicles are only allowed to stop within that 3 minutes to drop off / pick up passengers. In our case, our van stopped for more than 3 minutes and hence, the traffic police issued a summons. It is equivalent to RM80. Between, their Traffic police worked day and night and are good in hiding. Moreover, getting a summons is also depending on one's luck.
Back to the hotel, we put aside the summon matter and enjoyed our French bread. It was generously spread with fillings and the bread were soft and fluffy. Delicious. It was slightly different from the hotel's type as they have special sauce and cut chillies in it. The cut chillies were very very spicy until we felt the sting feeling on our tongue. For more picture, click here.
The next day, our guide requested us to help out the driver by paying 50% of the summons while she paid the other half. But dad and cousin S offered to pay 100% instead.
Coming up next, Day 4.