And so, I need to go to the BIG Pos Office (because they stamped 'Pejabat Pos BESAR') which is located next to Dayabumi. Normally, I can pick them up from Brickfields which is nearer but eventually, everything went back to that RM3.50/hour place. And I have to time it so that I can still come back and take Kaelyn to school, buy lunch, take them back, etc.
The Parcel Collection area has been going through a big renovation since months ago and its now waiting for CF. Once it is operational, it would make the experience more pleasant. But somehow, walking through the back-door, where you can see all the mail & parcels being sorted, it felt like home. (No, not my home but more like my room before I got married. You can imagine various stacks of Books and CDs and stuff, all arranged in weird categories), Perhaps, I should order some big packages stuff and not answer the door when the mailman comes...
|And so, all the way for this package just because no one was at home.|
OK, I was taking my Dad to leave his car at the Workshop.
|The Sky is cloudy and everything seemed grey.|
Exactly like a normal day in UK.
The colourful mural was opened to youngsters to showcase their creativity, and sponsored by Dulux.
|I parked at Central Market, which costs 50 sen less.|
Here, you can see a lot of people 'waking up'
|I am not sure if they slept here since there were some doing this...|
|Whoa... someone eating Nasi Lemak with sambal!|
|Some 'things' for the Malaysian Lantern tourism Festival over the weekend. This is from Taiwan.|
|I think they're using felt or someting as the surface was not affected by the drizzle|
by Cheong Yong Shiang, Ser Kai & Chen Kok Kheong
|The remaining exhibits all locked up. Some were quite nice, though.|
OK, you need to click on to the pictures for the large panoramic shots to take in all the well, stuff.
|Left side of the Central Market|
|Right side of the Central Market.|
You can see Han frozen in carbonite...
|When you go up close and personal, its a bit scary...|