Maybe a bit too late for that.

But isn't it a perfect place for one?

@Blossom A Glass Mansion


Hello, it's been a while.

But we were back again, in KL.

To be honest, ever since the peanut started her weekend nap strike, going out has been a lot easier.

The only shop I liked in Kedai (the kokedama shop next door was closed).

I wanted to bring this little guy home, but I didn't. So I took a picture.

Lunch next door at Pokok.

They had a hard time choosing from the shop.

Highly in need of food.

The noodle monster who always want noodles. The other always want rice. Thank god for pizza.

Cat hunting again.

This one was called Poppy Kat.

We finally got rained in. The clouds had been chasing us the whole day.

But the coffee was good and the cats were cute, so it was all alright.



Just a few randoms from the streets. I would really like to wander around the old city center a bit more next time. 

Or maybe Chow Kit?



I liked it so much I went back again, this time with my Nikon and without the kids. 

It felt a little strange at first, just being the two of us, though after five minutes it was more like "oh I could get used to this". After all, it has only been the last seven years out of the twenty-two together that our lives had been turned upside down (haha).

P.S. the covers of the vintage New Yorkers are so well done.

@The Zhongshan Building, KL


This time round in KL, we went to a place called Farm in the City.

The giant tortoises were adorable, and the girls had fun. 

Though some of the cages... ...and a big chained up eagle made me sad.

One of the things I love about film photography. I twisted the rewind dial by mistake and voila, two pictures in one.

We were supposed to go to Kafe Kleptokrat after, but we ended up here instead.

The AC was a relief from the heat of KL.

Right beside these coffee, there was a young guy with a vintage-looking camera, which got me all excited (wow film is really making a comeback!) until I spotted an LCD panel behind it. Sad again.

This beautiful garden was a surprise at the back of the cafe.

And of course the kids... ...

... ...went all wild in it.

Manual focusing and kids are really a nightmare. Though who am I to complain, a long time ago photographers were lugging these cameras to the world wars and Vietnam.

When your three-year-old misses her nap. The seven-year-old went a bit haywire too after drinking too much chocolate.

Riwayat Bookstore right next door. HC bought a Lat comic here. I've never heard of Lat, maybe it's a Malaysian childhood thing?