Word of the day – the cat next door is dead (我家隔壁的猫死了)! Means none of your business, any question your friends throw to you and you bother to answer and this is a good reply. And we keep saying all day long. Well, it was a good trip, or I can say naik kereta, not to mention the seafood. Not sure why they call Lover’s Bridge, because I don’t see any people go on dates here. Oh I was wrong, here is the little research based on Chinese custom, it is said that during Chinese’s Valentine Day, girls would write down their contact (mobile no, email, msn, facebook, twitter) and wishes on Mandarine oranges and then throw them into the water, hoping to find a good partner. Guys on the other hand, would pick them up and said to be fated with the girl. Wowww… ok here are some pictures of the very famous Tanjung Sepat – the Lover’s Bridge.
Before we start our journey, saw a 3 legged cat at Joshua place.
Not only human on the way to Tanjung Sepat but also our best friend - dog, name Sinpa.
So here's a little trick... nob look.
I will be back...
Morning was raining, but weather turn out to be so nice for us after lunch!
Black Crow on the dried tree.
The scene turn out to be better when someone standing between the trees.
So yao yeng... many girls must be very lum with the pose, but cannot guaranty what will happen when the face turn around.
We also visit the famous Hai Yew Heng Bun shop in Tanjung Sepat. But what the hell, only can see cannot eat.
Bao making area.
Where is my bao? Where is my bao? I want my bao!!!
A popular picnic and camping spot on weekends - Bagan Lalang. The beach, the sea, the sky, the kites, everything is beautiful but no chicks.
We help Sinpa take a good shot while he is running especially at this beautiful beach.
A very beautiful shot from behind.
Sinpa running... so this is how we take photo for him.