I’m finally back in my home!! Kinda miss Penang now.. After spending 4 days and 3 nights there, it was a wonderful vacation filled with loads of food and shopping. The feeling of leaving the hustle and bustle of the city to pursue a relaxing time at an island was fantastic. There will be no routine to be followed, no work to do but to only fully entertain myself. I ate quite a lot of yummy stuff: char kuey teow, assam laksa, rojak…. I went to the night bazaar….. I went on a 4 hours non-stop shopping…. & I almost saw the sunset. Do you know how long i have not touch the pool’s water? Definitely more than 365 days. That’s why I wouldn’t let go the chance of going to swimming at least for once. Unfortunately, I didn’t sit the pool’s slide, what a waste!!
Going to different places truly enable us see the different sides people and their cultures. Looking at a hawker frying noodles is no big deal. Yet, this simple work takes many years of skills and patience. Not many people are willing to go through such hardship. This is where it differentiates youngster like us with the older generations. They may lack in education and are way behind us, but i am sure perseverance is in their blood. How much can a hawker earn? Possibly enough for him and his family living. Moreover, this is not a 9 to 5 job. If not for their diligence and determination, we will not be having people selling scrumptious and moutwatering food in Penang until now. So guys, be grateful if you have good food!!
Feeling of the moment: Disturbia by Rihanna
Still carving for Char Kuey Teow, bL!nk$t@R.