Eating Plant Based in Malaysia Part One – Detailed Images and Journal
By Molly Patrick
Jun 16, 2018,
Another mural on one of the old buildings in Georgetown.
The oldest part of Penang is called Georgetown and they have kept a lot of the old architecture from when the British ruled, starting in 1815 (the British left Malaysia in 1957). Old colorful tiles are all over, making up sidewalks and building exteriors. I didn’t get the full story on the tiles but I absolutely loved them.
Me and our friend, Susan, having dinner at an open air food court.
Susan and Luanne nomming down on Chicken Satay and Seafood Laksa. I found a food stall that had stir fried noodles with shrimp and bok choy so I asked them to hold the shrimp and I had dinner.
Morning in Penang. My green tea with soy milk and Luanne’s iced coffee with soy milk. The place we were staying at didn’t have soy milk so we brought our own to the coffee shop each morning.
Penang is filled with beautiful Buddhist temples. This huge globe was outside of one of the temples. Here we are pointing at Penang.
Another round of Banana Leaf, eating in the traditional way, with my hands.
At the yoga studio where we practiced (once). I love this message.
After yoga at Wholey Wonder cafe. Yes, they have SWINGS you can sit on! Why don’t ALL restaurants do this??
We ordered another pizza because it was so good the first time. We also ordered zucchini noodle alfredo. Super yum!
Okay, more Banana Leaf. On the left is Cauliflower Manchurian again. SO FUCKING GOOOOD!
Hello tofu, I love you. I’m sorry you get such a bad rap. I will happily eat you ALL the time!
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