vendredi, septembre 02, 2011

Cameron Highland

On the way back to KL through Cameron Highland. Goodbye Rantau Panjang!

We arrived too late and it was decided that it was best if we spend the night. We stayed at Tanah Rata. Oh dear... The development in Brinchang has spoilt the natural beauty of the area. But it was still a lovely place.

The next day, Iman and Inas showed us the way to Cactus Valley. But before that, we had breakfast at Restaurant Kumar. There was a family from India with 4 daughters and a Chinese family with 3 sons next to our table.

This pictutre was taken just as our food arrived. We were all minding our own business. By the end of breakfast however, we were joking and laughing as if we were old friends. The conversation went on like this...

Table I : Oh...4 girls. How lovely!

Table II : Oh, these are not my daughters (young gentleman from India who wants lots of chili in his french toast smiled) They belong to them (pointing to the older couple at the end of the table)

Table II : Oh, daughters are the best!

Table I : Don't say that! This table has 3 boys...(laughter) Secretly, we are quite jealous! (Table I has 5 daughters)
Table III : Oh, I am secretly jealous of you too!


The next stop at Cactus Valley where the star attraction was of course .... strawberries? Ikesha had a field day posing for the camera. This was one of her 20 shots.

Daddy and the girls finally got their turn

Inas HIGHLY recommended a visit to the Cactus Valley Restaurant. We ordered 5 bowls of strawberries and cream, one set of strawberries and chocolate fondue and one strawberry tea and scone set.


Ikesha pouring me some tea.

Daddy eyeing the scone.

The girls had a wonderful day together!

13 commentaires:

luahfikiran a dit…


little ain a dit…

salam syawal madam :)

Wan Sharif a dit…

tres bien.. semuga Syawal membawa lebih banyak ketenangan ..

Wan Sharif a dit…

tres bien.. semuga Syawal membawa lebih banyak ketenangan ..

ninotaziz a dit…

Dear Datuk Luahfikiran,
Beraya di Rantau Panjang, Kelantan. Tapi dah balik ke Selangor. Bolehlah Datuk datang beraya!

ninotaziz a dit…

Dear Little Ain,
Selamat Hari Zraya. Lama tak buat posting. Beraya dimana?

ninotaziz a dit…

Dear Ayoh Wang, merci beaucoup. Combien d'argent Raya ...yang keluar. I am sure you had a good Raya with your family!

Al-Manar a dit…

Ours is one Hari Raya we will always remember.

Luahfikiran is a website my computer's google a/c 'tak laku' similar to one or two of your other sites.

Old Ollie a dit…

This is a good journey.

Justina F. Lee a dit…

Looks like a fun time! Your weekday schedules also has beat mine ;-) You go girl!

ninotaziz a dit…

Dear Pakcik,

I hope your computer problems will be resolved soon. I normally find I have to repost comments on several Blogspot sites.

Stafford Ray a dit…

Posts like this one are so effective in educating a 'westerner' like me who has little (two trips in Indonesia) knowledge of life as lived by our Asian neighbours (families) which in essence is identical to our own.
Also, I am in awe of your ability to converse in English, French and is the third language Bahasa?

ninotaziz a dit…

Ah, yes, Stafford. Lovely to see you here.

I started out talking Australian of course. Stopped talking for a year when I came back to Malaysia (related by Mum and my Grandad). Then spoke fluent Bahasa and English. Took up bits of Cantonese, French and Italian when I was in Canada at 21. Learnt to write Katakana in my late 20s. Trying to learn Arabic now.

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