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Sunday, 9 March 2014

Food on Wheels; Indonesian snack time!

Whilst in Indonesia, what better time to show some variations on the Food on Wheels series? During my current stay I found some samples of new variations on the same old theme!

Gili Trawangan, Indonesia

Deep fried processed meat on Gili Trawangan in Indonesia

Above is a push cart with processed deep fried meat balls. The push carts are not found that much more in Thailand, there it's almost exclusively motorbikes that carry around the food goodies.

Gili Trawangan, Indonesia

Goreng in Baha Indonesia means 'deep fried'

It makes for some nice and new pictures with a different slant on the usual standard pictures. It's a nice change to see something different.

Sanur beach, Bali, Indonesia

Bread in a glass display on the back of a bike at Sanur beach in Bali, Indonesia

The more people are around in this part of the world, the more likely food will be there! Food on Wheels! This morning it was packed on the back at around 6am and plenty of food options available, just for your convenience.

Sanur beach, Bali, Indonesia

Sweet breakfast

This motorbike is pretty unusual with it's glass display. You don't want to see that in crash!

Sanur beach, Bali, Indonesia

Mie (noodles) Ayam (chicken) bakso (soup) at Sanur beach in Bali, Indonesia

Here's a standard Indonesian meal, the 'bakso' or soup. This one is with chicken. Tasty and cheap!


The noodle soup ingedients

Stay tuned, the next post in this series will be next month and right now I have no idea what it will be about. That's the nice thing in South East Asia, there's always something new and surprising around the corner!

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