This is my learning journey.
Too broke to hire a guide,
I had to settle for a free spunky red-neck.
I chanced upon some modern male equivalent of samsui women.
The grey piece they were working on sure reminded me of my patch-blanket my grandmother made me a long time ago.
The streets were getting crowded.
I came across some some river blogger display. It must get real wet to blog and stay afloat at the same time.
They even had some interesting pebbles which looked like prehistoric things cast in molten lava. Apparently someone had picked these up from the river bed. I hope the crocodiles did not bite his backside.
Then I saw some cheeky children demolishing the replica of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. At this point, the goreng PISAng came to mind (yum!).
The live replica of the Statue Of Liberty was, well...the green suit was the only part that resembled the original.
I caught this boy slacking. But at least he smiled politely at me.
When I came out the same way I got in, the place was as packed as a pasar malam.
I asked this lady where she got her lollipop from. She refused to tell me.
There was some illegal gathering at this open space. I took out my handphone to report police, only to be told that I could not use it in the school except at the big staircase.
What is it with the incredibly humid weather nowadays?
I saw some blazing light in the distant, so I decided to take shelter in a little room.
This boy was showing me a relative of his who really was quite a silent chap.
Wah! Their magic trick was impressive.
This alien-like thing exploded before me and frightened some small boys away.
This fan did not work at all. Probably they were still repairing it then.
Aha! The culprits who had stolen my neighbour's slippers! I must hurry home and tell him!
The final line-dance item was a blast!
hey you. you've got a choice. one day it'll all make sense.