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Mural Shots Before We Bade Goodbye

It was quite a tiring walk around the mural area, maybe due to the hot weather, one can tires very easily, right? The non-stop dripping sweat continues as we walked along the five foot way and on the streets to capture some spots which we found interesting...
Purple house... same colour with my watermark name here..
Striking it is...
Along the streets we walked and walked....
Reminded me of those swordfighting movies...
 Another boutique hotel....
A nearby cafe....
Looks heritage inside.... 
From the pathway I was standing....
Tourists along the way...
The famous mural .. 
Next time Aaron will be wearing the Tshirt with this picture on....
Another shot taken before we shoot off.....
..... to catch a picture with the giant cat!
 His hand er... went another way...
Was hoping to touch a "bracelet"
Thinking.... Ruco might have left one for me too!
Dream on.........
It only happens in the movies!
And before we called it a day....
One last shot with the "OWL"....
Is it an owl, by the way? 
Anyway... after our sightseeing, it was time to check out...
And we bade goodbye to each other... 
They flew... I drove... 



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  1. Just love the photos of you with your son. Seldom see mother and grown up son taking photos together nowadays.

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    1. This is the time when he is free to take with me...

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  2. hahaha, the Armenian Street!! i went there, but at night and i just took photos of the murals without posing with them.. hmmm, maybe next time i should go there during day time, so that the photos could be better visible and i can do my "signature pose" too~~ :D

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    1. yes.. .one hand straight and one leg up the opposite way.. like flying.. hahaha

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  3. so it's ur turn to join the fun in taking pics with the painted mural? i dislike walking under scorching sun, so this is not an activity for me....

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    1. Next time bring umbrella or wear a big hat with sunglasses! hahaha

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  4. It is fun act as tourist jalan-jalan in Penang. It looks like an owl to me.

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    1. Yes that is the first time that came to our minds..

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  5. Seems like an owl to me, but I have never seen it. New thing on display huh..

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    1. Maybe new.. in front of a shop.. selling what I forgot.. :)

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  6. Hope to get some snaps with these in Penang some day. I had a few taken with the ones in Kuching, same artist.

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  7. Now all these mural shots very hing hor.. Especially the bicycle ones.. I've seen so many versions of the bicycle one...The last one doesn't look like an owl, maybe Pororo? Hehe..

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    1. Pororo? what is that.. hehehe.. must check it out..

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  8. I LOVE these murals!! Especially the little boy on tip toes and the cat. It must be very hot there. The boys are gone now? You will have an empty house again...except for Labbie. Is your girl still there?

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    1. Yes, they are with me.. Labbie and her.. hahaha..

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  9. really walked a lot wor that day. Must replenished the energy jor...so makan what leh?

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    1. The morning brunch.. that was it.. till evening.. :)

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  10. As usual being the tourist must visit and catch a glimpse of the murals hor..

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    1. Yes.. otherwise cannot leave Penang.. hahaha...

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  11. I love those murals and I have taken a snap exactly like you did in the 2nd last pix when I was in Penang 2 years ago.

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    1. wonder how many hands have been up there... hahaha...

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  12. Nice shots of sweet memories!

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