VISTA #6: Looking for Fried Chicken

Ayam Bahagia, Cirebon, West Java

Pardon for the low quality image. I don’t know why though….

Hey you guys!

My parents love to do something called “culinary travel” so basically what they do when they are traveling (either in Jakarta or outside of Jakarta) is looking for food. Yepp. It’s not like they are going to this hype restaurant, they just visit restaurants that they think are good. For example, in this not-so-big city called Cirebon in West Java, there is a small restaurant called “Ayam Bahagia” in English it could be translated to “Happy Chicken” uh what? Well actually “Bahagia” is the name of the street.

So I decided to go with my parents on the weekend (like months ago haha). We took train to get there, approximately 3 hours from Jakarta. We arrived right on lunch time and we went to the restaurant.

It’s been a while since the last time I ate them in the restaurant. I usually asked my parents to bring some home.

We only spent around half day in Cirebon. Yeah. Basically we only went there just to eat fried chicken hahaha what can I say you guys, that’s my parents’ traveling style and everyone has its own.

Anywaaaayy, once again I did stupid mistake. I couldn’t hear what the announcer at the train station said because it was very noisy and I was waiting for my parents. Apparently, the announcer said that my train (from Cirebon to Jakarta) has arrived at platform 4 and will depart soon. My mom and dad called me like I don’t know how many times and they were panicking hahaha why Kemmy why. Luckily I didn’t miss my train, I ran like a madman. Run Kemmy Ruuuun (get it? Get it??)

When I got into the train itself, apparently due to some technical problems with the AC, there was a leak right on top of me hahaha. So i reported it to the worker inside the train and luckily they could fix it. Well, I’ll be drenched when I arrive at Jakarta if it’s not fixed haha

Anyway guys, I bring lots and lots of chicken home. I can’t wait to eat them (again)

Cheers,

Kemmy

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