We continue on our journey thru the nooks and crannies of Malacca. First, our apologies for being slow and lazy with the posts :)

Certain towns in Malaysia still have a lot of old town charm... they are very charming to travellers like us. Its not hoity toity like the big cities with their big malls and the branded brands. Like some coffee gets branded and cost a bomb but taste like crap. Except for Starbucks of course. *LOL* I still love my macchiato with cream. An indulgence when i get to the city on errands.


We went to a back alley (which was surprisingly quite clean and doesn't smell) for charcoal grilled tofu with fishballs in a thick peanuty sauce. It was simply delicious.


This stall is called Tong Bee’s Cockles Stall. We didn't ordered cockles as we were both not really great fans of boiled cockles. It was a pretty neat place to eat as we have to sit on these low stools in some very dark back alley.


It is surely not for the less adventurous if you are edgy about hygiene and safety. Motorbikes were also passing by us slowly just inches away from where we sat.

Next we walked to the Stadthuys which is the red square of Malacca. This is a favourite place to take loads of pictures for most tourists. The exterior of all the buildings around here are red... all of the same hue.


You can also find many colourful and heavily decorated pretty trishaws to take you on a spin through the streets of Malacca.


When we got to Jonker Street, we met a juicy man.


He turned his back to us and kept flexing his muscles. All we can do is just stare with eyes wide open. O.O The body glisten like gold and were shiny in many many places. We continue staring and he continue adjusting his muscles for our eyes.


A few of his friends showed up and they all continue to torture our eyes with their juicy beautiful glistening bodies. We continue staring with buttery legs. Our jaws dropped with each flex of them muscles. It was too much... too much eye candy for a birthday. I was getting a sugar high.


I felt woozy in the head. I need air. Too many people.. too many muscles. Too much eye candy for a night. Halpppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppp...

Some of you might be missing the Curly. He told me that he upgraded himself to angel status. He says he's most angelic and behaving like an angel lately. I kinda think that his halo is weighing him down.


His halo started travelling to his back. I wonder why.


Its getting a wee bit late here. Hope everyone is enjoying their Thanksgiving dinner and am thankful for all loved ones and the things in life. Save some turkey for us. We'll be coming over soon. For more eye candy and if you wonder why there's so many juicy men that night, we'll indulge you on our next post... if we don't get too lazy.

A note to Lil Miss Maple & Yuki's momma ~
The Majestic Hotel is not spooky at all. The rooms are at the new tall building behind the mansion. Its only 10 years old. The old mansion only houses the lobby, reception, library and a big nice restaurant upstairs. No spooky spooks :)

14 woofs:

Wyatt said...

Great pictures today! The muscle guy is all bronze and shiny, he looks like the oscar statue..heehee.
We like your pink halo :D

Wyatt and Stanzie

scotsmad said...

Thanks for the tour. SHE'd loves those out-of-the-way places.

XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra, Bella & Roxy

Ann said...

Whoa that's some golden muscley macho man. Oh and yeah, cool sites too...lol
Of course my favorite is Dom in his halo no matter where he may be wearing it. We know he's an angel even when we can't see the halo.
Thanks for the Thanksgiving wishes, we are very thankful that we have met you and appreciate your friendship. We'll keep the turkey warm for you :)

Doxie Rod said...

what an adventure you are having there!! the tofu you described sounds delicious!! happy thanksgiving!!

Sandee said...

What a fun trip and then all that Prime Men too. Eye candy indeed.

Have a terrific day. My best to Dom who is angelic. :)

Jon Terry said...

Wow! you seem to have a great treat on your birthday trip in Malacca. No one gets to have a macho muscle man for a birthday and you sure are blessed for that day!:D
Great pictures and thanks for sharing it with us.

Thanks for your words of comfy but no worries, bloggie land's technical glitches seems to be getting better now. Mommy and I are most blessed to have met many wonderful bloggies like YOU!!

Love ya,
Jon Terry

Maggie Mae said...

These are great fotos today! :)

Woofs and Licks,
Maggie Mae and Max

sprinkles said...

I was going to ask about the gold men. I'm curious as to why they were painted like that and walking around flexing their muscles.

Cute pink halo! I think Shiver has a toy like that only it's blue! Shiver thinks all the toys belong to him and him alone so Chico doesn't get to play with them often.

BeadedTail said...

We've never seen juicy, gold men before! They were very interesting as were all your photos! We know Dom is an angel!

georgia little pea said...

WHAT AN INTERESTING POST! i love all your pictures. that gold man is a shocker. i'm not fond of overly muscled meat, i mean men, myself. maybe we should just start writing travel posts while our dogs are busy being boring angels. how about that eh Cow? mwah! :) xox

yuki and rocket said...

Those men look slippery! Hope they didn't fall with all that oil! I think dommy has bigger muscles then those fellows.

yuki and rocket

mayziegal said...

Oh, I just luved seeing those pictures and learning more abouts your country. I can't believes you have shiny men where you live! I don't think we have any shiny men here.

Dom's halo is cute and he IS an angel!

Wiggles & Wags,
mayzie

Mr. Pip said...

I thought those guys were statues and then I realized they were real!!

Dommy is an angel, but those halos do get heavy after awhile. Hope Dommy will be joining my couch potato protest. Send us picture if you want to join the fun.

Your pal, Pip

Roo said...

Oh Mom went nuts over your back alley eateries! She just luvs those tucked away places :D

Waggin at ya,
Roo

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