My wife and i were invited to join for a trip to Dungun last weekend. Though i was initially reluctant to travel and stay with someone we were not so used to, we were still very pleased and happy to obliged nevertheless.
I kept on forgetting the name of this little mate as he has also other siblings traveling along. And asking again for the umpteenth time will not make me feel good either. Instead i asked him if he could spell his name on the pretense to scribble it on the sand when he looked poise for his picture to be taken. Each time he spell it i would then scribble the alphabet on the sand with a stick.
Well, i was surprised. I don’t know that i have such a good handwriting… hahaha.
And as much as Ammar seems to be enjoying every minute of his time at the beach with his siblings i too was just as shutterbug happy to capture that moments for them.
We didn’t take long to be closer together.
I had a little conversations with him over his adventurous request to have a boat ride instead of sitting on a boat that is on the land. He told me we could push the boat to the sea and we will have a ride. I didn’t tell him that even if i would have the permission from the owner i wouldn’t have the energy to push it to the sea and neither do him. I just told him we can’t take the boat simply because it is not our boat. Somehow my answer did get into him.
Later he found some interesting sea shells and showed it to me and he wanted it to be captured on camera. It is with great pleasure i shot it for him.
Ammar.. InsyaAllah, we will be a travelmate again sometimes..
Towards the end of the first week of September we did an unplanned weekend getaway. Suddenly we felt we needed a break especially the Ma’am for the reason ” lama dah tak keluar kampung ”.
So we simply drove away and to the Cameron Highlands .
We spend the night in an English styled Inn in Tanah Rata. While the ma’am were enjoying the scenery away from home, i took pictures with the handphone.
It took me awhile scrutinizing this claw-like petal type flower because of the color. And i thought it was made out of plastics but it is not.
We drove home through Tapah and along the way downhill somehow we got excited each time we notice a Petai tree though we have got a big bunch of them in the boot.
Well i guess i ‘ll go into hybernating again..and wake me up when September ends..ok.
Some times ago i wrote, if i were to earn a living through this blog i would have then died of hunger. I guess all the bloggers whom i followed their blogs would have also died of starvation ..haha.
Well, this blog do take up the megabyte space of the domain server and most likely to have also litter the internet but i ain’t gonna bid farewell yet..hehe
It has been five months since my last posting. Time do flees from my hand like sands in the wind. And i thought i write in English this time and surprise the little readers who followed this blog.
Yes, I ‘am alive alright but i guess i have not been kicking as hard as i want and used to. Age just caught up on me. Nevertheless, roaming and being there along the coastline has never fail to pump up the adrenaline rush in me.
Guess the photos i will post and have posted in this blog are all the same.. the jetties, the beaches , the sampans and sampan and more sampans..haha.
Heck ..the coastlines are all in my backyard..!!
Sg. Janggut, a fishing village near Pantai Remis along the coastline of the state of Selangor.
Pantai Sg. Janggut
Pantai Sg. Janggut
A Chinese fishing village in Sg. Janggut.