This ketitir cage valued at rm3000, by looking at its base stand curving and the outlook it can tell the quality. I took this photo years back in KL Bukit Lanchang, Hmmmm..it must house the High Quality Voice bird.
For most malaysians, the most delicious fruit are durians. They ..since youngs have addicted to it in many ways. Some are by parents influence, some naturally charmed by the sting smell of durian sellers by the road side or Night Market. They have no choice but attacked by the juicy fruit king since born.
In Penang island, where most of its hilly land stood the durian trees. They have their own names with their different taste and smell, as the like of "Ang Yeh", "Kunyit" and bla bla bla...Last weekend, i had a chance to visit a durain farm of a friend.
It took me 15 minutes to reach balik pulau town from bayan lepas, after meeting friend there we start our journey to the durian farm. Have to drive some distance passing some beautiful villages( managed to see some beautiful mandarin ducks swimming in the pond) before i can reach the hill side. Imagine fresh morning air flushing towards your face when you were winding down your window, what a release of work tension temporarily(haha!).
We have 3 cars in total snaking up the small meander hilly road ( cater for one way only) with 30 deg uphill condition. Being only driving a manual small car, i had to put low gear to push my car upwards. I could not talk much in the car as i paid full attention of my rusty climbing skills. Balancing and juggling pedal and clutch to tame my machine to function well. Lastly...Phew...we arrived destination. The rest, we enjoy the fruit..durian, rambutan, mangosteen, cempedak not after some uphill walking.