Je me suis réveillé aux baisers et la vue sur la mer.
Je savais que ça allait être une journée spéciale.
. woke up to kisses and the view of the sea. I knew it was going to be a special day.
Où est le petit poisson?
Rudy, Girish and Sam together with his wife, Kristie were to join TJ's luncheon on a yacht. But I am not really fond of the sea so I decided to take a walk in Pekan Kuah by myself. And explore. This lovely little divider caught my eye. Little fishes were swimming lazily under the kiambang of my childhood.
I smiled to the sun.
Then I spied a little restaurant with a bookshelf full of German and English books. Intrigued, I entered and discovered an unexpected delight - and a treasure of stories.
This is Azizah, she helps the owner Dee run Domino and is a professional dancer.
While I had a lovely breakfast of pancake and maple syrup, Azizah sat with me and told me the story of Mountain Raya, Mountain Mat Cincang and Gunung Mat Sawar.
And the story of how Telaga Air Hangat, Pekan Kuah and Belanga Pecah got their names.
This is Paul, Dee and me, new found friends of mine in Langkawi.
Dee has worked at Domino for 20 years. When the owner, a German expat, Wolf, passed away,
he left Dee a small inheritance and Dee took over the restaurant. He updated the place and for the last one and a half years, Domino has become a renewed novelty in Langkawi.
Try out this lovely lovely eatery, the lamb chop was excellent and the hospitality was charming, warm and genuine.
And if you happen to drop by Domino, have a look at a
new book on the shelf called
Srikandi by ninotaziz