This is the entrance to our hotel room for the night, not the grandest of entrance I would say.
The door says we are closed on Sunday.
Although it's an old heritage building, the interior of the house is nicely decorated and equipped with modern comforts.
Gallivanting around the historical streets of Penang.
It was already late afternoon, so we stopped by a cafe for some nommies.
Hmmm, the tuna burger with fries sounds good to me.
While waiting for our food, meimei
and I played a game of skipping using my leash.
Whilst waiting for the rest to finish their meals, I relaxed on the pavement watching the world go by.
We soon continued with our exploration of the many heritage sites. Penang was in-scripted as a UNESCO's World Heritage Site in July 2008.
Behind meimei is a mural by Ernest Zacharevic, a young Lithuania-born artist, called Reaching Up.
This is another famous wall painting by Ernest, called Little Children on a Bicycle.
At the background is one of the many temples in the area that was built by Chinese migrants to the island, which was a bustling port in the 19th century.
The next morning, meimei and I were getting impatient waiting for the sleepy heads to get up.
Meimei and I tried to open the doors and go for a walkie by ourselves but that was too tricky for her.
We could only peeped through the door gap...
... and smell the morning air outside from the narrow opening.
Meimei peeking curiously through the slit between the doors.
Finally, we got to go out and we had breakfast at a cafe nearby.
Getting some bread snacks from meimei...
... followed by some TLC hugging.
Later, we went for a leisure walk up a hill where we could see the panoramic view of the town below.
But nothing is better than having fun with meimei on our little adventures together.