We had many firsts on this trip; the first time we met up with Mummy Eliz’s cousin, Maria Yu; the first time only Granny Agatha followed along, without Uncle John; the first time we visited a local private hospital, not for fun though; and the first time Daddy Tiong’s foot got caught under the wheel of a car.
It’s a pretty stressful trip, 2 pairs of eyes to watch over 2 little ones, and a senior citizen, and without a doubt, a most memorable one.
With Maria around, there was never a dull moment, she’s so bubbly and fun-loving, and loaned us the camera we forgot. Her being a local, she knew all those spots that tourists would not possibly know, and brought us to places which have the wow factor.
~ Princess with her aunt ~
First on the list, is a restaurant, which seemed to have sprouted out from nowhere, being just by itself in the wilderness. One had to drive up an area with no road lights for a good distance before one can find it, and there’s totally no signage pointing to the restaurant anywhere.
The food there’s good and cheap, and Mummy Eliz guessed that’s why there’s a good crowd there despite the fact that it’s hard to find.
Imagine, only MYR $168 for 2 huge fishes, lemon chicken, vegetables, prawns etc.
Then, it’s off to Look-Out Point, which is something like our Mount Faber here, for a good view at the city’s night’s skyline. The photos did not do any justice to the view, so if you have a chance, go view it in person and be wowed.
~ The night view ~