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Being a tourst in my own homeland

It wasn’t my intention to dress like that.
A hat: for shielding my face from the sun, a backpack: I am going back to Seremban after the outing, a camera: needed that because I entered a photography challenge with WeeLee.

I guess it’s ok, since I don’t plan to buy anything in Petaling Street, so dressing like a tourist doesn’t harm.

We (Koinonia cellies & I) totally enjoyed ourselves, eating to our heart’s content with all the must-tries of Petaling Street. And also not forgetting, a shopping spree for us who wants to get “branded” stuff for a lower price.

Don’t ever under-estimate our homeland, there are loads of places that have much to offer =). This trip rekindles my interest in local tourist spots. There are actually loads of beautiful and scenic destinations. All I can say now is God doesn’t show favoritism(a lot thinks that the Maker dotted only on Europe). Learn to appreciate our tropical country…..maybe dressing like a tourist helps, trust me.


Beef noodles are amazing!!!


That’s us…. galavanting around town


Louis Vuitton Paris


A t-shirt to help Roy learn Manglish!!

For Wee Lee’s photos, click here.

Here are my photos:

petaling street

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hi im romy from india my work tour & traveling pls co,me

#1romy  ::  16 March 2010, 02:26  ::  #

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