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Feeling Bali, Hongkong, Japan, Thailand, London At Times Square, Penang

SHEDDING SOME CALORIES...

Why do ladies like to eat but at the same time, so watchful over their weight?  Isn't it great to look rounded and not squarish?  This consoles me tremendously and though all my attire has grown tight around the arms and waist, I am still very thankful that my appetite is growing every minute of the day.  I am heeding the advice from many seniors saying that "while you can still enjoy and eat, don't ever think of growing sideways.  There will come a time that even the dragon meat will not look appetizing at all"  literally translated from Cantonese. 

So leaving the weight gain aside, we had our round of food in Penang despite the hot weather.  Not only that, we went to iMall at Times Square for sightseeing.  My friend had a good time taking pictures here and there, of course, that includes me as well... posing as instructed!  LOL....

Started off with the ground floor and going to other "countries" along the way......
Should we walk up or should we take some other kind of transport....
Shall we go by boat on water?
It might be sunset if we do that.... LOL... 

Let's take a "MRT" ride...
We started with Bali....
And stopped to have a rest....
Then proceeded to Japan ...
Oh, I didn't take any pictures of Thailand... 
We stopped there too...
Next is Hongkong...
Let's take a breather here....
oh yes.. we dropped by to see Mr. Bean on the way....
And finally back to Malaysia on a trishaw!
Thank you, Nancy for being my travel partner 
and spending the day with me!!

Comments

  1. Hope there are more people there now. When I went there many years ago, only ghosts around. LOL!!!

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  2. I like to visit iMall and go around the world there. So many interesting places to take photos. Hehe.

    You and Nancy sure had a great time in Penang. That is what I call life. Life after retirement. ^^

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  3. Thanks, Claire for a great day of eating and touring! Let's do it again!

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  4. I have visited Times Square once. I didn't know they have all this interesting concept! So fun & happy photos.

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  5. hahaha you and Nancy are so sporting!

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  6. hee..hee.. both of you are so cute!

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  7. Both you and nancy so cute, ya it is a blessing to have a foodie and travel buddy and companion

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  8. This is so much fun, Claire!! I love all of them, and they look so real! I think my favorites are the boat and Bali. You always look thin to me!! You are the perfect size!

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  9. Looks like you guys can teleport to many places very quickly. LOL :D

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