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Comfortable Pose In Sangkaya, Bayan Lepas, Penang

WHILE WAITING FOR MY GIRL TO DO HER STUFF, Aaron and I relaxed at Sangkaya.  We quickly texted my girl to take her time, no hurry.... hahahaa....  When it comes to desserts, one needs to relax like this....

Please excuse for "comfort pose" in the public....
At this condition, the leg is best putting up than down, as advised....
His relaxing pose unlike mine... 
Aaron making his order.... whatever is fine with me...
A mini sized four scoops of coconut and tea flavour....
Ok, this is the size.... I didn't exaggerate...
It is really "mini" when taken up like this.....
He couldn't help not taking the mini-sized ice cream to show his friends!
In fact I can finish these by myself... but then....
Better to share it out.... 
We have another one more place to go for our desserts...
This is just preliminary.... I must leave some space for more.... Food!


  1. haha, showcasing your "mei tui" (beautiful legs) like those concubines of the Emperor in ancient China.. if Aaron is going to feed you when you are still laying on that pose, aiyoh, like Empress Dowager already!! LOL

  2. Sangkaya? Got sell stp's name or not? Nephew got share in that leh

  3. Sangkaya? Got sell stp's name or not? Nephew got share in that leh

  4. I must go and try this mini sized ice cream. I think there is one is Ipoh?

  5. Who doesn't love ice cream? I for one love it to heaps. Yummy!!!!

  6. Ah, so you introduce Aaron to the wonders of Sangkaya. Did he like it?

  7. shioknyer....having cuti cuti Malaysia now?

  8. It's nice to relax with ice cream!


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