One of the best things to do in Penang on a lazy afternoon would be ...
Bubs's version: watch TV at Grandpa's house, mess up Grandpa's bedroom with sooo many toys and hide behind Grandpa when Mummy scolds me while Grandpa tells Mummy to just let me be a little kid.
My version: wear a pretty dress, love the cherry-and-strawberry print, carry a vintage (if it's longer than 10 years, does that count as vintage?) clutch.
Hubs's version: go for a drive in town, savour in all the sights and bask under the hot sunshine.
We spotted a cool violet wall with a metal rodwork art explaining the history of the place.
There are now an abundance of little cafes around the area. You've got to love this one for its catchy name Soohongry at Soo Hong Lane, geddit? :D Fairy Godma, if you're reading this, let's take a day off work and thoroughly explore this area!
On the way back to the car, I found this gem of a wall - it looks to be just vines growing on a metal grill. Look a little closer and you'll spot tiny yellow flowers and bitter gourds growing on it. That just sums up the Penang I love - filled with treasures everywhere, you just have to look closer :)