Remember my road trip to Malacca? Well… I was actually backpacking with my entire family, including my cat. So all the time, Meow Meow was traveling with us too. Wherever we go, she’ll be there too, though she’s not allowed to walk by herself most of the time. LOL. Did I hear anyone say that it’s pitiful to confine her like that? Well, not that pitiful.
She did not want to walk herself, anyway. I let her out every now and then and told her to take a stroll with us, but she simply refused and went back into the carrier and only wants to peek for view thru the carrier’s window. (Yeah, she’ll complain rather vocally when we were blocking her view)
And being a smart cat she is, she refused to be out of the bag unless we put a leash on her. Even then, she is very reluctant to walk herself. Instead, she wants to be carried in her carrier.
Thank God the bag carrier was really discreet. It could easily pass as a backpack when the windows are closed. 😀 Very easy to bring her around when traveling, cuz like most toy breed dogs, she’s very discreet and quiet.
Apart from that, she’s also toilet trained. She would only do her small and big business in the toilet. So each time we go to toilet, we’ll bring her along, and she’ll pee and poo in there if she needs it. Unlike other cats… she hates to do business on the roadside. I’m not quite sure if that is a good thing or bad thing. LOL.
Neway… we went to the Persiaran Eye on Malaysia beach… the place where Eye on Melaka was before it was dismantled recently. The beach was rather secluded, and there’s not much people over there. I took off my shoes, and walked on the rocks by the beach…it reminds me so much of my schooling time. What I took for granted before… being able to walk on beach rocks every day of my life when I was in high school is a luxury that I can’t really afford now. 🙁
The tide was high when I was there, but I find it very relaxing to be there, and unlike many other beaches that I’m familiar with, Persiaran Eye on Malaysia Beach does not have the salty air quality. There’s only faint scent of salt in the sea breeze when I was there, I really wonder why…
It is interesting to note that the local government are using wind mills to harvest wind power to generate electricity for the lamp posts on the beach. Very power efficient and eco-friendly, no? 😀
I also notice that on the far east of the beach, there’s also ship docks where huge ships are being serviced.
The place was really peaceful, and it gives me a moment of serenity. 😀 Wish I could stay longer… but… my time in Malacca is limited. Next stop: Tanjung Kling.
Cleffairy: Time, you’re a thief!