Day3... Waze still showed a 1-hour journey to Kea Farm. Sigh. Traffic was all right around 10am, but the girls were up till late, woke up late and only finished breakfast around 11am. Even if we endured the long journey up, there wouldn't be parking space. So we just ducked back into iPad time.
We did venture out eventually. The girls were excited with this sand art place beside our lunch restaurant. This is considered value-for-money considering how much time it took to finish! After quite some time, only these few patches were done haha.
Do you like my sun?
Went to Kea Farm and Bee Farm later in the evening. Some enterprising people set up this ride place. Anyone who wants to know how long money lasts, try spending here. RM5.30 or 6.40 per ride, times two for 2 kids... nope, not long at all.
This ride had some 'drifting', quite fun
They also liked this turning, twisting thing:
At night, cotton candy!
Let's dig in!
Take picture with Mummy
There were a couple of other places that I was expecting to visit, but just couldn't because of the traffic jams. This trip would have been a lot better without the crowds.
We stopped at the waterfall again on the way home. SE asked, "why not we turn back to our apartment? We don't go home yet". Haha so she did enjoy the trip. And that's the whole point, really.
We like this place!