People-watching. A girlfriend said that when she was studying in London, one of her favourite pastimes was people-watching. She would sit at the hotel lobby and just watch people going in and out. I thought she was weird until much later.
Sitting at open cafes downtown here, along Jalan Bukit Bintang, or better known as Bintang Walk, offers one the chance to engage in people-watching. It's rather interesting taking in the view of faces, all kinds of shapes and sizes, fashion, cute kids, locals, foreigners, everything and everyone. A thought came to mind when I noticed that more and more people are growing sideways. I was thinking how is it that restaurants don't serve hoodia the same time they are serviing food? Sorry, my bad.