First up was lunch at Sg Pelek. But the one dish I remember from our previous trip, the fish maw soup, turned out to be something you need to order in advance. Oh well, the dishes we had were pretty good. Err no, I couldn't find a single photo of food from this trip hehe.
Waiting to eat!
Mindful of the many kids on board, we then headed for our Ohana Greenstay bungalow to relax. Only 'resurfaced' after showers/naps/snacks . :) Then we did the "touristy" round - bought pow (now at a cut-throat price of Rm2.80 each!), bought coffee, gawked at this uncle making 'wood biscuit' (called that as the biscuits become hard after a few days).
Got this punching guy behind our house!
Charcoal at the top, also at the bottom
Lovers' bridge was still closed. But we loved this shop nearby - they'd put props outside for people to take photos with. Had fun taking some:
Pots behind me
Tell me, what am I selling again?
Drink with uncle up there
It IS a proper shop, selling lots of interesting things.
So many sweets
Dinner was pretty good again. After that it was back to the bungalow at Bagan Lalang. The back garden is huge, has a BBQ pit and faces a lake. There are kayaks and bicycles provided but we didn't have the time.
Going to sleep soon...
Been a good day, one more coming!