KEA Farm cameron Highlands

A continuation of my Cameron Highland Honeymoon journey~~

During the night stay at the hotel, our concern on what to feed our stomach was easily forgotten when the receptionist handed us a voucher ticket for the night's steamboat dinner. Nice~~~ At first I thought it was going to be first come first serve basis-whoever comes would get better selection of the dishes, so we went down after our jamak prayer performed on the very bed. There was no space to have a proper corner to pray.

The staff asked for our steamboat voucher and lead us to a vacant table. The dishes is prepared per table. So, everyone gets a fair portion of it. But you can take the fresh vegetables and the green leaves as much as you can.

Honeymoon-Cameron Highland

Honeymoon-Cameron Highland

I could sip as many glasses as I want of this nice golden tea throughout the dinner. Hehehe. Niceee

Honeymoon-Cameron Highland

Honeymoon-Cameron Highland

The next morning, as planned we went to KEA farm again to buy fresh veggies for my Mom. I really hope she could cook us a great tom yam with it. Hehehe. Mom has already texted me some veggies she wants.

Honeymoon-Cameron Highland

It was so windy that morning. I felt the chilling wind penetrates our windbreaker and sweater.

Honeymoon-Cameron Highland

These are peeled guava that are dipped into the pickle juice (betul ke? aku maksudkan air jeruk). I knew it all way long and didn't think it's that special to deserve RM4 a piece (RM8 per plastic). But at the end, I bought it. I treated as a way to repay such kindness of that indonesian girl for all the big size corns. We should only get 6 of them for RM10, but the girl gave us 10 instead.

Honeymoon-Cameron Highland

I love those flowers. But I know it wont last long. So it doesn't really worth to buy it without any special needs.

Honeymoon-Cameron Highland

Nice souvenirs were sold too. But I was just looking for a nice mug to add into my mugs collection which I couldn't find it there. We bought RM20 of fresh green veggies,the pickle-guava, RM20 of corns. Then we headed to the Agrofarm to pick our own strawberries.

Comments

baincardin said…
Salam. Jom kita menghayatinya bersama! ^_^
Masy said…
kaler ijau eh jeruk tu? kadang2 ade yg kaler merah. sereeemm.. terasa angkernyeee...

lapau lak aku tgk steamboat tu. oh blom sarapan lg.. patutlah lapau.. hmm~
nice shot.aku suka kau punya hasil seriously
Kniedaz said…
aritu g sana pun beli pickle guava..at the end, takde sapa nak makan..huhu
HEMY said…
baincardin : insyaALlah

Masy : aku tak penah jumpa merah. dr 5 tahun dulu aku gi..sama je hijau

cik selamah : thanks mooney..ko pn leh wat gak camni..kacang je

kniedaz: sy ingatkan dia kacuk benih ke jadi camtu kan..ekekeke. tp habis makan
Mak Su said…
gebunya bunga tu!!! apa namanya ek?

CH mmg terkenal ngan steamboat, panas lawan sejuk :)
zonaku said…
pesal aku x penah perasan pun jambu tu???


ker sebab aku dah terlalu biasa ngan jeruk, sampai kalau ke tempat lain aku x akan cari jeruk????


btw... all the fresh flowers tu amik pic aku rasa lebih berbaloi dari beli..
HEMY said…
mak su : tak tau le apa nama bunga dia..sy main amek je gambar

zonaku : dia byk nampak kat kEA farm ni la..takpun kat pasar malam dia
Erina Asmawani said…
walllaaaaaa! cantiknya bunga tu? warna warni! ingatkan bunga palsu..rupenye bunga betul ye? bubuh kat dulang hantaran ni nice ni. hehe
HEMY said…
haah...mmg cantik utk wat hiasan hantaran erina
Ku Tak Sempurna said…
bukan buah yg hijau tu buah jambu kacuk ngan epal ke?

errr.. ke aku kompius ni