This is my very first post written in Penang. When you have never left home, you never knew the meaning of missing home. I do miss home. I guess this is what happens to everyone who leaves home for the first time. I will get used to it gradually.
Time to blog about the Malacca trip with family from 22-25 December 2010. In less than two hours it will be 2011. So this means this is also the last entry for year 2010. How the year went by in a blink.
As we were leaving the parking lot of the bullock carts.
The Penang bridge
I have been to A Famosa!!
Walking further into the park.
This croc was smiling like this =)
Another crocodile captivated by the camera. *See my beautiful set of teeth. Teehee!*
The smiling croc from afar.
They are known as the Estuarine Crocodile or Buaya Tembaga.
The crocodiles here prefer clean water!
This crocodile was poked by a long stick because the owner was trying to force it to go into the water. But it remained stubborn and continued its slumber.
This crocodile is of a different species. I think it is from India.
Beautiful dark-coloured croc
This croc is Quasimodo because it has a hunchback.
When one saw the palm oil seed, more came to get their share.
Look, there's another two!
And they began to grow in numbers.
Some already feasting on the palm oil seed.
There's also a peacock standing nearby.
A bird that looked like it was standing on my dad's palm to get the palm oil seed but it was still hanging from the branch.
I gave the seed to this birdie. See how he's enjoying the treat!
This one got tired of palm oil seed and decided to try some other seeds left by the peacock. This was also where the peacock was standing just now.
Goodbye, Taman Buaya Melaka!
The products were stacked up so high that I was afraid they would fall any time.
Durian cakes galore!
A cute teddy purposefully put inside the trolley to give dad a shock. Hahaha!!! He pulled the bear by the ear and removed it from the trolley instantly.
Eunice waiting happily although there's no brinjal ordered.
This reminded me of Little Nyonya.
Cute little piggies!
Malaysian version of Hachiko?
Models of Nyonya houses
Original flavour at its best.
Banana chocolate flavoured. Too sweet for my liking.