I went to see one rental unit today with one real estate agent. She is the least pushy one I ve met so far. I think. So anyway, I meant to take the bus to Bangsar Shopping Center but I did an hour run on the treadmill this morning. By the time I was ready to go, I realized that I would be late. I hate being late. I took the cab instead. That guy probably think he was in a formula one race. Then I noticed he has photos of two sweet girls glued to his rear view mirror. My impulse was to tell him what a pity those two sweet girls might grow up without their father. But I just hold my tongue and hang on tightly to my seat.
As expected I was early so I waited for the agent to arrive.
When she finally arrived, I hopped in her car and we went to see the unit. This apartment is situated along a very narrow road shared by few other high-rise. And guess what, another one is being built right across the apartment entrance.
It is going to be a 17 storey apartment building. Oh boy… I feel sorry for people on the other apartment. They will have to suffer through the construction noise and later, have neighbors smacked in their face. Well, I guess some people doesn’t mind. 1Malaysia is the country’s slogan anyway.
I like the view. And without the construction noise, this place would be quiet and tranquil.
I viewed only one unit today. I was a bit annoyed with the agent. I was hoping she can show me few units in a day like what the agent in Texas did with me. House hunting in Texas was a whole day event it was so fun and tiring at the same time. I lost count on number of houses I saw during that period. It was so easy to choose which houses I wanted to see because everything was online, photos were professionally taken, agents have access to the house and best of all, the tenants or home owner wont be tagging along! Oh well…. I cant change the world. Just got to live with whatever….
Then later I went for lunch.
H and I used to come here for dinner sometimes.
After lunch, I walked across to Bangsar Village and wandered around the mall, looking for a nice café where I can slowly sip a cup of tea and knit.
Look at what I found! It is the flag of Texas! Pssst…. this pillow cost a whooping RM398 (USD125), after discount. Are they out of their mind?! I sure do hope it is handmade in Texas.
After looking at few cafe, reading all the menus, comparing beverages prices, I decided on Delicious.
As I the waitress walked me to my table, I saw a friend whom I had not seen since I was 19! Oh wow… what a coincidence. So we ended up sharing a table. Her little daughter is such a cutie. They had their lunch and I had my tea and we chatted away, catching up on each other news.
When they were done eating, they went on to their next appointment and I stayed on at the café to knit.
I don’t think the waitresses and waiters were too happy seeing me occupying the table for hours. I don’t know what’s their problem. The place was empty!
This whole month had been really hectic and stressful. I had a good time just lepak-ing (hanging out) even on my own today. Aaaah…. life is a bliss when one does not have to worry about getting a job! LOL…