Athens Day 2 night

On the second night, we were brought to a Chinese Restaurant near the East Pearl Harbour. Visit Scrumptious blog to view what we had. For your information, this trip was fully sponsored. I didn't need to pay a single cent.

The harbour has a magnificent view.

Oranges trees lined up the roadside. 
Some of my people plucked the oranges and they were perfectly sour!
But oranges that were planted at farms tasted real sweet!


Comments

  1. Luckily there're Chinese restaurants all around the world, but then again, our Malaysian's chinese food is still the best! ;)

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  2. how come sour? maybe not enough fertilizer..hahaha..

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  3. there were a lot of yacht there huh,
    it would be nice to just stare at that view and just relax throughout
    the night

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  4. whoa oranges were growing along the street? haha can it be used
    for a daily fresh juice? haha sour oranges was kinda better for it
    just add sugar ofcourse

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  5. i suppose there's a lot of orange farm there?
    hmm i wonder how did they made it sweeter that those
    on the roadside

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  6. anyways when will be the historical landmarks be featured?
    haha i was kinda excited for it

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  7. have a great day ang happy blogging wenn
    take care always and god bless you too

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  8. Nice harbour view. Sour oranges, good to perk up the appetite. :)

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  9. 100 people at the restaurant. The operator of the restaurant must be very happy to see all of you.

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  10. as far as i can remember, these oranges are not edible. they are picked every year by the city hall and they are used to make marmalade, liqueurs and other culinary treats.

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  11. The view on the first picture is nice...

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  12. Interesting to note that oranges by the roads are sour as compared to orchards..ah maybe due to too much of road pollution..;).

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    1. of course, they grow by themselves by the road without the love from the farmers, definitely they are not sweet..

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    2. By the road side the oranges are orang-less so there is no human love, there fore no sweetness..

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  13. hmmm, it seems to me that you were always brought to have chinese food during your trip to western places!! but i don't think that's what you wanted?? hehe~~

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  14. oh, that's interesting!! orange tree with oranges just simply by the roadside!! it's so rare over here and it's no one's business over there!! :p

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  15. This is my very first time seeing oranges on trees :)

    How interesting.

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    1. I will sure pluck a full basket of oranges if I see orange trees.

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  16. Love the first picture...very nice view.

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  17. oh wow....orange trees by the roadside wonder...and abundance with fruits too

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    1. though sour can still use to make orange juice or marmalde :)

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