Penang was more of a sort of break for me because I had limited time to use internet. I spent most of my time.. eating, sleeping, eating and more eating. I literally became a glutton there. I like my holidays to be rushed and exciting but this time it’s really different haha.
this is my sister. I KNOW, “why don’t you look like your sis? so.. different.” we don’t look alike. that is because she look a lot like my mom while I look a lot like my dad (which isn’t very fair! fml because my mom was really pretty and my dad’s.. a man). it’s been pretty long since I last had my sort of artsy mood to shoot portraits. =P. but when I saw that angle I just suddenly had that “feel” to shoot it. I’m weird. =P.
and you’d not guess what she’s leaning on.
it’s that huge thing filled with sand(?) for you poke your joss stick into in temples!
back to my topic.
the heritage Penang.
if you had not already know, the best Asam Laksa (says my mom) is in Ayer Itam. it’s located right below the cascading temple there.
there isn’t exactly a name for this stall I think. it’s just written LAKSA on the wall. it’s not a huge shop. but it’s constantly packed with people. I was there at a non-peak hour and definitely not the school holiday season. and it was still full!
bliss. I hate how Asam Laksa’s in KL give you a whole piece of fish. I like it minced.
just if you are wondering how this effect came into all the pictures in this post, they are screened and edited to high contrast.