It was a beautiful Saturday. Asmah had to attend a lunch get together of friends at a Hotel in the city. So at just past 12 noon I drove the Honda taking Elevated Highway and send her to the Hotel at Jalan Raja Laut. Traffic was light except at the junction of getting into the Elevated Highway. I told her to take her time and enjoy herself there and call me when the event ends so that I could come and fetch her. So after dropping her at the Hotel I drove on to the KLCC and while my time there enjoying my own personal space. I love to just lepak and take my time to window shop or shop along at time on what I do not really need. I went to the Nokia store and bought a Window 8 Nokia, another toy to play around. I was playing with the Samsung s3 before and thought for a change to see how the Window 8 works on Cell Phone. It looks great. Asmah is still toying with her s3 with the Bling Bling as the cover of that toy of hers. Well at this age we have decided to buy what we want, enjoy whatever foods we like and buy clothing we like just to continue to enjoy life. The KLCC today is crowded with folks shopping and eating as though there is no tomorrow. I use the free WiFi at Nokia to surf the Net and communicate with my friends on Facebook and got lost of time enjoying myself in cyberspace. Then I went to have lunch of Nasi Padang at the Food Court below. At this time the Food Court were crowded too. Took my time to enjoy my lunch and after that went out to have a look at the happening outside near the pool. There is an exhibition of a Bicycle Fair there with clown drawing the crowd.
Inside at the main concourse Chinese Lion dance accompany with the blaring drum feel the air. It was loud as loud can be when the Chinese drum goes on and on accompany the lion dance. At every floor folks watch attentively enjoying themselves with this once a year affair; the Chinese New Year that would be celebrated next month. The decoration in the Mall is in the colour of the Chinese New year with decoration in all the shades of red turns that concourse into an atmosphere of pomp and splendour drawing crowds both local and tourists to it like ants drawn to sugar; a fascinating sight indeed.
Have a nice day.