And dinner was served!! We did not need to lift a finger and all food was barbecued/cooked for us! How awesome was that! I super love the crab bee hoon! Does anyone know where in Singapore sells these? Please let me know!! The stir-fried veggie was a tad too salty but the sambal sotong was a hit! The aunty made the sambal chilli herself and we wanted to buy it from her! Too bad she didn't have any extra but she promised us that she'll make some for us on our next trip!
I forgot to mention that we had tea-time as well and the aunty fried some awesome prawn cakes with "tau pok"! We were literally eating all day long!
Satisfied with dinner, all of them!
This was how Kukup looked like at night and it somehow looks like the streets of Bangkok at night! Ahhh, I am missing the land of smiles!
We literally had a blast with firecrackers on the rooftop of the resort! We even got scolded by the neighbours because she was afraid that we would burn down her roof! Haha!
*inserts photo of Baby Delrico before his bath*
This was the first time I withessed firecrackers! How wonderful! We can never experience this in Singapore. All of us had fun screaming our lungs out and laughing so heartily!
And this was Baby Delrico after his bath! He was constantly annoyed when I forgot to turn off the flash before snapping a photo of him.
Look at how he was bullied by James! I worry for the safety of my children in the future! =|
"Hey, enough with the flash!" exclaimed Baby Delrico.
"Great, you turned it off!"
"I'm happy now!"
We tried to surprise Jeanne we failed badly because she saw that the "Happy Birthday" song was ready for her on the television. Meh.. But still, she was happy!
We were awake by 9am ready to munch on our breakfast!
The nasi lemak came in a small portion but the chilli that came with it was super shiok! The aunty cooked noodles, some "kueh" and dough fritters for us. The dough fritters tasted really crispy! If only there was some soya bean drink to dip into that day! *GreedySnow*
James and I went for dessert after breakfast and we had shaved ice from another stall. This tasted and looked much better than the previous one. Shiokness overloaded!
We went shopping after that but there wasn't really much to buy. Kukup was a small place with only 1000 overheads in their population. 80% of them were hokkien lang, bo pian lang. (Sorry, had to cue this in because the guide said this and I found it really funny!)
The best buy of the day was this passport holder! I super love it! I love anything that has the piglet cartoon actually and James has already banned me from overloading our future home with it. How sad. BUT!!!!! Who cares! That is my house too. Hahaha!
We were brought to a restaurant for our last meal of the trip which was located at Pontian, Johor. Address will be revealed in the below photo later on...
Here it is!
I didn't take photos of the food because my camera ran out of space but we had seafood again and the food was delicious! Try the fried baby squids when you are there! They are one of the best I have ever eaten!
Beautiful scenery to end off the trip!
And a romantic filtered photo to go with the beautiful scenery...
Kukup is a good place to go to for a short getaway to be recharged and to relax. Don't go there if you are looking for adventure but go there for pure rest and relaxation and to enjoy the slow-paced life for awhile. In my opinion, 2D1N would be ultimately enough because us, who are used to the busy city life will find it too dull if we stay there for too long... There would be nothing else to do if you don't fish, play mahjong or sing Karaoke. There were also massage parlours there but we were all too sticky and tired to actually patronize. We will give it a try the next time we are there! Maybe next year?
And till the next post, let's end it with a beautiful.... :X erm... Person's face?! Haha, I am kidding. Please don't puke.