If you are a pure-blooded tai-tai, it will rock your world.
Nee was rocking. She practically bought the whole Satch clothing line.
And she also bought several culinary weapons at Myers I think and it is only Day2.
I think the Royal Malaysian Customs Department would be very happy to receive us when we come home. The whole place is now decorated in anticipation for the big holiday rush.
These are the trams that run right through the middle of the road, even when people are still walking.
I guess they're just too slow to be able to inflict any injuries to any unsuspecting tai-tais, who would be immortal at a time like this anyway.
This is the place to hang out, with a warm cup of coffee in your hands, let lose, & watch the world go by.
The one thing that I enjoyed the most here were the street performers. This particular one was a wierd mix of all the wrong things in the wrong place.
He's a pure-born & bred Japanese who speaks English with a Japanese twang, sings American blues like an American, in Melbourne. He was singing in 2006 the last time we were here. Now he's also performing in the local bars & pubs & he's also selling his professionally recorded CD album for AUD20.
Very talented, he sings, plays the slide guitar & the harmonica & the bass drum, all at the same time. I gave him a dollar so that it'd make me feel better about taking his picture.