After the brief spell of heat, the rain starts again and we rush under the shophouses five foot galleries. In Jalan Brunei we turn around and the four cafés on the four angles are all swarming with people, some eating, some looking around and some chattering. It may be the rain but it feels that people love to come back to Pudu.
Time is easy to fly : it is nice to float on this light, sit down for a dhal and naan or an ice kacang, leave the rush to tomorrow, business is done for today. And yet anytime soon those big high rises could step forward and crash these little specks of the past and bring us all into the dull uniformity of tomorrow.
Last June we decided to move to the discovery of the other side to where we leave, the East Cost. We came back with the notion that Peninsular Malaysia has […]
We traveled across Malaysia maybe, but also through memories, forests, storms, immigrant boats and town squares, every place people would feel like to meet and enjoy together the day or dusk or night.
After getting the Unesco heritage status together with Penang, Malacca went through a twist of fate and most often for the best , few times for the not so good. […]
Last Tuesday in KL we celebrated Wesak Day or the Buddha’s birthday and it was brilliant to discover how cool this festival was! It all starts in Brickfields where the […]
To complete the series about the mountains that circle KL but nobody notices because of the other buildings, crisscrossing and intersecting flyovers and link ways, these are some shots from […]
Just some quick snapshots of the water reserve nearby, mellow home for beeeaters, monitor lizards , sultan tits (another bird) and many more… Let ‘s hope Selangor Forest Reserve is […]
I hope a better title is going to come to my mind for yesterday hike, while i start to tell about it. The hike up to Gunung Angsi for those […]
Out today for a small walk around the reserve , we have been immediately flooded by an enigmatic jasmine like smell which we could not identify . Then walking around […]
When i first visited Malacca in 2002, it looked to me like a bunch of old houses with some cute ones readily disneyfied for tourists, a sleepy backwater with a […]
New Year brings in dry sun and one of the bluest skies since the last two months. The beauty of the blue is intoxicating and sparkling but at equatorial latitudes […]
Here i post some little words from Seremban where I stopped over on my way to Tanjun Tuan lighthouse. This time of the year, a huge numbers of raptors stop […]
Il tempo é distensione dell’anima , said Saint Augustin, one of the most tender philophers that ever walked this world. How to translate that ? Distensio gives not only the […]
It is a strange sensation all of a sudden to notice a building stripped down of its front hawker stalls or see its walled torn down to be renewed or […]