20th day of #KimGarethEurotrip

Thankfully remembered to take picture on this day. Taken outside mom-in-law’s house.

# – My schizo getup.

Top from Bazarro. Shorts from Bangkok. Shoes from Onitsuka Tiger. Sunglasses from Religion.


We visited Aunt Christine and Uncle Ken in Birmingham. Aunt Chris made us a delicious lunch!

# – Yummies!

It was nice catching up with Aunt Chris, Uncle Ken, Deb and Gracie the Alsation!

After that we visited Gareth’s friend Chiu who owns the chinese takeaway, Wing Sing. Chiu’s family was from Vietnam.

We saw his mom and wife and 2 cute daughters. It was quite funny, his mom who has mild dementia kept telling me that England’s great and that we should move there so that they have more chinese friends and also that I should have 5 babies. Hahahhahahahahhaha.

I didn’t take any picture cause I didn’t want to seem weird. Wish I did.

Then we went home. Me and mom-in-law made Gareth baked scones hehe.

My husband actually makes really good scones. I have blogged about it here.

# – Good hubby and son.

We ate the scones with mom’s homemade strawberry jam and store bought clotted cream. None of those nasty fake whipped cream we get in Malaysia.

That was our dinner basically. By midnight we were hankering for a good kebab. We couldn’t miss Worcester Kebab, it is the best kebab in the world in my opinion. I last had it 6 years ago and I never forgot it.

We’ve had kebabs in Paris, London, Australia, Malaysia too but none, and I mean none come close to the awesomeness of Worcester Kebab.

# – Worcester Kebab.

The portion is just ridiculous. The meat so juicy and succulent with the special sauce. Packed with lettuce and jullienced carrots as well as pickled chillies. All served on a soft, fluffy thin bread. Hot damn…

# – Miss it so much!

Bad picture, sorry but you can’t take an elegant picture of Worcester Kebab.

After a good nom, we hit the sack.

19th day of #KimGarethEurotrip

This is a cheat because I totally forgot to take picture on this day. Namely cause I was feeling crappy our holiday was ending soon and it was our day in so I was dressed a bit too comfortably.

Hence the delay in posting all my posts for the past week. FML.

This is a reenactment of what I wore lol.

# – Reenactment number 1.

T-shirt’s and shorts origin unknown….


It’s our day in after an intense day before at Alton Towers.

We hung around at home with mom and chilled.

# – Simple bacon and eggs for lunch by mom. Oh so delicious!

We really didn’t do anything so I started taking pictures of my mom-in-law’s house, which is decorated really eccletically.

Love the house, just full of characters!

# – The kitchen window.

# – Ornaments and glasses.

# – Dining table.

Then we ordered dinner from chinese takeaway called Wing Sing, which is owned by Gareth’s friend.

# – Yummy yum yum dindin.

We had crispy aromatic duck, chop suey, noodles, chips and curry, spare ribs, salt & pepper squid and hot & sour soup. Too much food lol.

Then I started packing a little bit and went to bed.

Best pork roll in the world – Scoffs

When I was in the city of Worcester, I was introduced to this quaint little shop called Scoffs.


Scoffs only sells pork rolls, nothing else. Basically, it’s just a bread roll stuffed with lots of pork chunks & apple sauce and topped off with a huge chunk of crackling.

Getting to the pork.

Stuffing the roll.
Stuffing the roll.

Simple, quick and delicious.

Pork roll.
Scoff’s pork roll. It’s huge. Roll, pork, apple sauce and crackling…hmm hmmm.

It was one of the best things I’ve ever put in my mouth.

Scoffing it down at the entrance.
Enjoying lunch at Scoff’s tiny hallway.

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