Location: Taman Kereta & Kuching Waterfront.
Transportation: my feet
At 7.30pm, I head to the nearby Kuching Central cafe to meet a friend from Malaysian Backpacker Club (MBC) for dinner. Kak Lielie said dinner was with her kids and I honestly thought that her kids mean schooling kids (since she looks quite young in her profile photo), so meeting her and her daughter kinds of confirmed that. But I was surprised that the rest of her kids were already waiting at a table in the foodcourt (Taman Kereta). Turned out that her daughter is the youngest of 4 and already 15 hahaha! Surprisingly more, she is already a grandma since 2 of his elder boys are already married. From 3 of us then became 7 adults + 1 kid.
Menu for dinner were butter prawn, sotong msk kicap halia, ambel msk cili padi, pucuk midin goreng belacan, sup sayur gamat, sayur campur --> ~rm150.. murah kaannnnn???? last time I ate seafood with 2 mates cost us RM100. Unfortunately no photos of our food.. Once arrived, trus mkn. lapooo.. (altho the real reason was that I was kind of shy to take photo hehehe).
Dinner wrapped up around 9pm. Kak Lielie had to leave earlier to meet up with her tenants (she got few rooms being rented out). Since it was still early (considering i already had a nap earlier), I decided to take a stroll again along the river. Bought few porceline cats and a beaded anklet for myself in the night market there. Few snaps here and there. Of course, not many pics of yours truly since it's a solo trip.
Stopped by a local playing musical instrument. The string music really fits the atmosphere. Honestly, I could just sit there and people-watching with this kind of background music. The ambience was calm.
All in all, I think I don't mind if I were to move to Kuching. I like the feeling. Very nice people so far and satisfying dinner but I need more seafooddd!~