Monday 16 April 2012


Here are the fast food (and cafe) goodies that I have met across the globe:

Dunkin' Donut (Seoul, Korea)
When the temperature feels like -12 degrees, hot drinks are selling like pancakes on every store. But - I should say this, their hot chocolate are uber yummy! It has that choco, creamy, hazelnutty feeling. Oh dear. I think I have consumed about 3 or 4 cups the entire trip. It costs about 3,000 Korean Won, but this chug worthy dude. Believe me. (Caution : Consume Moderately. Poop. Poop. You get it.)

"No one realizes how beautiful it is to travel
until he comes home and rests his head
on his old, familiar pillow.” – Lin Yutang

Mc Donald's (Schiphol Airport, Netherlands)
Took this familiar meal at Schiphol Airport. Fries and burger flavor were quite bland (but I think that's usual for their palate) What attracted me most is that they seldom serves softdrinks, they have packed juice (Tropicana) instead. If you'll ask me a story behind this meal - I haven't got the chance to munch them all. I was so nervous and having all that mixed emotion of traveling alone so there. Is it good or bad?

"Travel and change of place impart new vigor to the mind." Seneca

KFC (Taipei, Taiwan)
Must try is their Spicy Szechuan Chicken Burger and their oh-so-famous Hot Shots. I noticed that their flavor is much spicier than our local KFC goodies. Having a penchant for hot dishes - it's a thumbs up!

"I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake. 
The great affair is to move."  Robert Louis Stevenson

Mc Cafe (Prague, Czech Republic)
What's nice about Mc Do's in Prague is that they also have the regular Mc Do on their Ground Floor and Mc Cafe on their 2nd Level. I am amazed because the people are so disciplined, they clear up their left-overs, put them on bins, before leaving the cafe. It's also a haven for Czech students who want to study or just have a plain chat. On a breezy afternoon, when you have nothing to do - instead of sulking or feeling homesick, a trip to Mc Cafe will perk you up! -CMK

"The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page." St. Augustine


  1. I want to travel all over the world like you Miss K. Someday.... :)

  2. I just wish they have Bulgogi Burgers like in Korean Mcdonalds, plus greeb salads like Mcdo in US. And churros and Pon De ring of Dunkin Donut too!


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