Fully Booked Saturday

What a Saturday!

Itinerary:

1) Breakfast, Taman Connaught

2) Attend Funeral, Taman Mutiara

3) Visit Granny’s Grave, Nirvana Semenyih

4) Unexpected stop @ Hutan Rekreasi, Sungai Tekala

5) Surprised findings @ Kampung Sungai Lui

6) Journey home!



1) Breakfast, Taman Connaught


We had Yong Tau Foo for breakfast!


2) Attend Funeral, Taman Mutiara

We attended a short service for Jake, Cecilia and Nancy’s previous kindy-garden headmistress. She passed away peacefully after a long battle with sickness.


The weather was bright and sunny


We’re on our way! Kinda’ like a road trip!


3) Visit Granny’s Grave, Nirvana Semenyih

Arrived at Nirvana Memorial Park in Semenyih some 45 minutes later


Nancy presented PoPo with the lovely flowers that we got from a florist at Taman Segar


Kawaii Cc strutting her thing… before we left, we asked PoPo for some magic advice.. money money coming in!


The kids wanted to enter the dragon, so in we all went to enjoy the air-conditioner haha… We’re horrible people. Btw, no cameras are allowed inside. Urns are stored inside the dragon. Some are even dated a century ago. I felt like I went back through time seeing pictures of men and women.


4) Unexpected stop @ Hutan Rekreasi, Sungai Tekala

On our way out of the memorial park, we passed by a recreational park. FIL wanted to check it out as he hasn’t been in here before.


The steps… hundreds of them. Oh dear. We didn’t expect this. We thought we only came in and have a look. FIl had us walked all the way up and down. We were perspiring and were out of breath.


Ahem… look who’s peeping. Peeping Yong! Erm NO he’s not taking a leak.


After a hot hot walk, hot hot day, we cooled ourselves down with ice-cream.. HEAVEN!


5) Surprised findings @ Kampung Sungai Lui

When we left, FIL decided to use the other way home. The longer way was a treat for the kids as we saw some monkeys and it was a gamble as we also spotted a really beautiful place called ‘Lui Farm’


They rare ‘kelah fish’ here. They even have a gallery of kelah fishes, it’s a conservation farm to protect the species from extinction.

We even got to feed the fish. Fish food can be bought at the cafe at RM10 per tub.


Yup… there’s a mini outdoor cafe.. ‘Lui Cafe’, this place serves home-cooked food with local and western dishes. We ordered all the specialty drinks to quench our soaring thirst. Price is slightly above average but the food was great oh and if you have a big stomach, just to remind you, the portions were small.


Mee Rebus Johor.. tempting isn’t it?


Chicken Devine


Soto Ayam with Ketupat and Glass Noodles and the 2 little round balls? They’re potato balls!


6) Journey home!

Overall, we had a wonderful time. Tired but excitingly satisfiable. Lui Farm was a great place that we stumbled upon. We don’t mind going back there to enjoy the scenery, the clean air and most of all the time spent.

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