An unexpected local experience at the wet market

When you visit a new place, always check out the local market. — MICHELLE RAPONI/Pixabay

I sat down at a rickety plastic table, held in balance with one leg propped up by a stone. The coffee stall owner came over, held up two fingers in a victory sign and I nodded with a knowing smile.

In a jiffy, he brought over two cups of teh (milk tea) and placed them on the table, one for me and one for my wife who was shopping for groceries nearby.

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