Posted: 02 Mar 2012 10:43 PM PST
hari pertama sampai.... terpegun siot....apalagi terus snorkling la... beli roti banyak2... bg ikan makan... bukan tu jer... habislah jajan2 bagi ikan makan... ikutkan hati plastik jajan pun nak bagi ikan makan. en.suami tangkap gambar dengan penyu... hehe... bukan dengan aku...aku seksi masa ni...so xde la gambar aku... lgpun aku serius takut dgn penyu, geli nak pegang... kat belakang tu aku panggil pakcik pendekar penyu... hehe.... dia la yg bawak kami jalan2 dgn bot dia... berenti lak tengah pulau bagi ikan makan,, asyik ikan jer makan... aku pun lapar masa ni.... so bg ikan sekerat jer roti, sekerat lg aku okeh...
naik bot sambil bermanje-manjer gitew...rindu suasana ni maklumlah mood bulan madu... masa ni duk lepak tepi pantai di malam hari.. so gambar pun tangkap sendiri la... muka aku lak macam udang kena bakar ngan api slow... owh harap2 boleh pegi pulau jeju pulak tp tunggu adik alisha boley berlari la.... boley kan sayang???
Posted: 24 Feb 2012 10:05 AM PST
Pulau Kapas is a small tropical Island just 6Km offshore the small town of Marang at the east coast of Malaysia. It is an protected Marine park with a few rather small and quiet resorts.
I build a raised platform bed. I always wanted to do that.
We turned into part time hunt and gatherers. Apart from our food and water that we brought with us on the island, we had to find more if we wanted to stay any length of time. We brought about 6Kg's of rice, 1 Kg of nuts, about 2Kg of fresh veggies some oil and spices. We had to ration our food a lot in Kuala Koh National Park, this time we wanted lots of food and delicious too.
Coconuts that look like on the pictures, the ones with a new sprout already growing out of the shell are by far the best and most delicious ones. There are filled with about half a liter of sweet coconut water, lots of coconut flesh, easily enough food for one person for one day and on top of all a sort of watery coconut "cake" like treat. Absolutely fantastic!
We build another raft. Entirely build with driftwood that we found lying around along the beaches, almost all of which is bamboo. Jungle vine and rope we found among all the other garbage washed ashore holding everything together and palm leaves make it more comfortable.
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