After our stop at the bake shop, we continued strolling through the historic parts of town. First we stopped in an old-school print shop, which was unfortunately only being used to make wedding invitations:
Old school ice cream advertisement stickers:
A beautiful explosion of purple:
A fantastic root system:
Off to the literature museum!
Info on the Dondang Sayang performance:
The nazam, or lyrical poem:
The Pntun poem:
A chessboard in a box:
I was one of two people in the very luxurious governor’s mansion, which was creepy considering all the closed-circuit security cameras:
On my way to rendezvous with the women:
A memorial for the missing flight:
Sitting on a cannon (looking unflattering):
And now we enter the mall, which featured some cool stone carvings on the entry stairs:
“Look like you’re surprised.”
Hweesh models some hip new shades:
The cool thing about mall glasses shops is that they do all the scientific stuff for you right there:
The girls decided they liked the hair clip store. Total time at the hair clip store: 1 hour.
After the hair clip store, more mall adventures:
The top floor featured a fake version of the outdoor streets in the historic part of town. Very surreal.
The first rain I’d felt since November!