Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Holy Vacation (Day 2)

I apologize.

Apologize for being oblivious for my blog.
Sorry for letting those who reads my blog waiting for my new post.
I know it's like 3 weeks I did not post anything but anyway I'm back here.

So let's start!

The gang of the Kukup's trip woke up early in the a.m. including me, of course.
We took turns shower cause we only had 2 bathrooms and our gang comprises 15 peoples. Imagine that. By the time I shower, it was after 2 hours since I woke up.

And then we had our wonderful breakfast before the adults started packing off while the kids went merry-round through the village.

To the jetty. We're leaving!

Stiff wind.
My flat T-shirt and the few strokes of hair explained it all.

It's a rustic village.
But I kinda liked it.

We're on this boat that shipped us to visit the place where sea creatures were reared and sold.

And here we are.

If you're not good at balancing, I suggest you to just stay on the boat cause you need to be really stable to cross these somewhat wooden bridge which made up of 3 plank of woods!


Okay it isn't just fish. Let's just call this a catch.
A catch with many different sea creatures.


Mom wondered whether there's pearl in this clam.
I don't know.
The tour guide tried to open it but it just remained firmly closed.

Have you seen this before?
Well, I don't!

And what's this?!!

It looked oddly weird but somehow cute as it looked like a combat vehicle in a mini version.

6-legged starfish. You see those 'fur'?
Well those aren't fur actually.
Those are legs!!
It keeps moving and you can feel the itchiness when you touch it.

This is a really weird fish.
It has a beak that of the beak of a parrot and it's SO puffy!

A flying seahorse?!!
Oh my~

As soon as we finished visiting, we went for our lunch in a nearby floating-restaurant.

This is a restaurant but it's not the place we had lunch.

This is it.
The whole restaurant was fully packed by people. Mostly tourists like us.

While we were on our way back home after lunch, we paid a visit to this temple.

More updates rushing up!


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