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Outbound Love In Penang

Souvenir Street... reminded me of Malacca... The heritage houses.. the five foot ways...
Malaysia is indeed a very beautiful country.... multi racial country with different cultures.

 This shop has a bit of this and that.... 
Very enterprising...
 Our fren here was fascinated with the Tee-s... 
Bought two pieces home....
 A Peru man was selling these by the five foot way....
Bicycle-for Rent...
I like this!!
One of my favourite series...
Outbound Love!
Filmed in Penang... 
My favourite actor... Ruco Chan...
 

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  1. Nice T-shirts with the famous mural paintings. Usually, I will get some souvenirs for remembrances of the places I have visited. The bicycle hang up there looks antique.

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    1. I normally buy a bit too from every new place that I go to..

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  2. I also watched the series Outbound Love and enjoyed it very much. I like both the leading actor and actress.

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    1. Me too... very entertaining show because filmed in our Malaysia land..

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  3. I need to search where is this souvenir street. Looks really from the past but with nice souvenirs. Did you buy any back to Ipoh?

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    1. No I didn't because I often come to Penang so not necessary to buy...:)

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  4. I would love to drop by that shop! Hmmmm...I wonder if I can still ride a bicycle... Been so long!

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    1. Yeah me too... I only pose.. not really cycle.. hahaa..

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  5. I see nice t shirts and bracelets.. I would get some if I'm there.. Eh very unique the bicycle hanging up there..

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    1. I hope you will buy more when you come.. hahaha

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  6. I think I would just HAVE to buy something...

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    1. Not something, Ginny.. but lots of them! hahaha..

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  7. I love looking at knick knacks. And often end up buying hah..hah...

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  8. Yea I love that drama, shooting in Penang...

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  9. Armenian street? souvenir street?

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