A lot of the houses and shops are now up-scale design, film and sound companies, but they retain the simple character of the originals. In front of the row houses, between the sidewalk and the street is a teeny-tiny garden spot:
Where you can grow your own bananas:
But most people get their fruits and veggies at the market:
From the local vegetable lady:
I don't know what this is...the customer in the flowered blouse told me it is good for losing weight; maybe she was trying to tell me something:
Around the corner was this shop, which looks like a Shoe Shop, right?
But when you look closely at the sign, it is really a House Maintenance and Renovation Company:
Maybe it is a new concept...
After shopping, it is good to stop at the beautifully decorated temple to give an offering:
But we are a equal-worshiping country, so directly across the street is the sign to direct you to the closest Christian church:
And after a long day of shopping and worshiping, one's feet must be tired, so let's get a foot massage:
And business is booming
My last stop was at "The Orange Thimble," an old sewing shop that now "tailors" to the caffeine needs if today's clientele: