Still hungry, monkey heads down the Jalan Monkey Forrest into town, that is famous for its food scene: vegetarian, vegan, raw, andDifficult to choose, indeed…
It might be open 24 hours, but I tell you, the service sucks…Hey, waitress…
Ignored, and still hungry monkey decides to fend for himself. Little temple offerings offer a good selection. Yum, my favorite–sliced bananas!
Oh, take–out!Not the best seating, though. More comfortable, yeah!Yummy, yummy rice!Sticky!Hey, a friend! You hungry?Want some sticky rice? I share.No? Wait! Where you going?Where’d she go? Oh, there she is! What? Can’t hear you!Oh, a new swimming pool! Nah, I think I am going to head back home. They won’t believe all I have seen!It will be told and retold in the annals of Monkey History.And I will be remembered as a famous explorer!
Until my children and grandchildren are sick of hearing it…The End
8 thoughts on “Monkey Goes Urban”
Ya, Ya. They are funny at a distance and with subtitles, but what’s with the old stone sculptures of a monkey with a telephoto lens on his camera and a dude with a cell phone? Am I seeing things?
Thank you for sharing! XOXO
On Thu, Apr 5, 2018 at 6:50 PM, Crazy Parents Travel wrote:
> ksenijaolmer posted: “Still hungry, monkey heads down the Jalan Monkey > Forrest into town, that is famous for its food scene: vegetarian, vegan, > raw, andDifficult to choose, indeed… It might be open 24 hours, but I > tell you, the service sucks…Hey, waitress… Ignored, and” >
Couldn’t stop laughing at monkey and his mirrored friend.
Love the monkey photos. On the home front, John just planted some Slovenian red lettuce he found at the nursery. Will let you know how it tastes.
Cute! Love the pics and their captions!
Love the monkey pictures! It’s still snowing here in Toronto. Monkeys will never come to live here.
I hate monkeys (bad childhood experience) but your unique and creative monkey business travelogue is sooo funny, fun and creative – amazing photos!