Thursday, August 07, 2008

Outskirt Teh Kangkang

We went outskirt for a work assignment and passed by this area where houses were made of tough clay. This place is roughly 20 minutes away from the city centre.

This is an actual simple bus stop.












While waiting for our stuff, we dropped into another teh kangkang stall. This stall was covered with bamboo sticks all over. Quite comfy. Of course you can't compare with air conditioned room but under a hot weather, this was a good cover.

Didn't really snap a lot of pictures as you just won't know when you could or could not.








As usual, we ordered three cups of coffee and one cup of tea for myself.

Notice my Sudanese counterpart, he's in his marvellous coat again.

Taken this at a nearby housing area. They got donkeys to pull their carts.

Only the main road was properly laid with tar. Away from the main road, it will be the original land itself.
Tags: Outskirt, Teh Kangkang, Coffee, Tea

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3 Comments:

Anonymous cc said...

Life seems to ease by in places like this huh!

07 August, 2008 06:11  
Blogger Nkw@i said...

wah....teh kangkang again....haha, why your friend like to wear formal?
not hot meh?
donkey donkey! remind me of shrek(=__=")

07 August, 2008 12:10  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

cc - slow motion kind of movement. even tough you want to rush those things but life here is much slower than what u expect

nkw@i - yeah, wherever we go. dunno about my friend. status issue?

07 August, 2008 23:52  

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