Adequately fuelled by the yummy desserts and refreshing ice lemon tea drinks, we headed out for more documentation exercises. The muggy heat slapped us in our recently-cooled faces as we stepped into the non air-conditioned section of the cafe.
Apprentice reminded me to look EVERYWHERE for unexpected surprises; looking up, for instance…
We thought it was a dead end, however the young curator of Bits & Bobs (cute stand selling old-school items) explained that the lane curves to the left where we would encounter an Art Gallery and a library even.
We returned to the mini block of two shops (namely The Barber and Bits & Bobs) to have a closer inspection of things Apprentice didn’t grow up with.
Happy that we accomplished documenting our day, and happier that we received such throwback munchies, we succumbed to spa-like shower luxuries before turning in for the night.
Not looking back to returning to our home state where water rationing may last till December 2014.
But I’m sure our second home in Ipoh will always be there, waiting with open arms…
unless they’re fully booked till the end of the year 😀