Worlds Apart

A stride about Jalan Riang transpired swiftly on Thursday, when luncheon was merely over, in the following manner: I had hotfooted to Wimbly Lu, with more than usual ecstasy, as must have rendered the four ladies, who had at first only ambled along the pavements, in a very breathless state by the time we seated ourselves in the coffeehouse.

This brutal subjection, in which many professions of ill humour and mental anguish may well be arose, soon dissipated, however, when we had the pleasure of masticating brownies and cakes and sundries, which were delightful, though by no means capital.

To take my good opinion of coffee and make it still better, nevertheless, was sapient and thoughtful of the barista, that when I supped the cup of mocha with emphatic sacrosanct, I exclaimed only, “Marvellous, marvellous!”


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