For Day 1, click here
On Day 2, things doesn't start off great. At around 5 am, XJ woke me up while pointing on her tummy. I thought she wanted to goes to the toilet, but instead, she suddenly showed the sign of vomiting. I was shocked and quickly rushed her to the toilet just in time for her to throw everything out.
|Waiting for her turn to see a pediatric at a nearby private hospital|
Thanks god she does not developed any fever, which means it was not any bacteria/virus infections. We believed it might be some indigestion problems. Despite being sick, we had to continue with the tour as we will be going to another town and stay in another hotel. In fact, throughout the tour, we stayed in different hotels every night.
|Can't even move an inch ! Trained to stand like expressionless statues.|
We then proceed to our next destination, Jiufen.
Many years ago, this village only have 9 families. Whenever shipments arrived, they will request nine portions for the families. Jiufen in Mandarin literally means 9 portions and this is how this town got it's name. For more history of this town, click here.
Since XJ was not feeling well, she doesn't have the mood to walk. She was teary and very whinny and clingy to me too. As we arrived at Jiufen, I quickly find a bench to sit with her while the others explored the local delicacies offered as lunch was not provided that day. Just right besides the bench we sat, was a stall frying some kind of prawn + vegies + flour balls.
|Uncle preparing to wrap the balls|
|And fried by aunty|
|My lunch for that day|
|Pudding and Instant noodle @ 7-eleven|
|The big signboard of the delicious roasted salted chicken|
|Wrapped in aluminium foil and pepper & salt in that saucer|
|Whole roasted salted chicken|
|Black feet !|
|Poor girl have to eat medications|
|Medical bills, about RM 85|
Day 3 next ..........