“古” means “ancient,” and “早” means “early.” This term, originating in Fujian and Taiwan provinces, refers to “ancient” and “from old times.” As an adjective, it’s often used to describe things from the past and arousing nostalgia. For example, people talk of traditional food, old buildings or toys from their childhood memories as “古早味的” (of the past and worth remembering).
Fàngjià nǐ dǎsuàn qù nǎlǐ wán？
Where do you plan to travel during the holiday?
Wǒ dǎsuàn jiù zài guǎngdōng shěng nèi zhuànzhuàn，qù xúnzhǎo yīxiē gǔzǎowèi de měishí。
I will just travel within Guangdong Province and look for food from the old times.
Nǐ zhēnxīn shì gè chīhuò。
You are a true foodie.