Kuantan 2011 (Part 2)

This was what greeted us when we looked out of our window. 

The children were all ready for their next activity.

Five minutes down from where our hotel was a Cultural Centre that we did batik painting.

And while the children were busy painting, the Mums and Dads made their own music.

And of course, we caught some professionals at work.

The entire batik making process was taking place at the very Centre and it was an eye-opening for us who hadn't a clue how these beautiful and colourful fabrics came about.

Then it was off to the Turtle Sanctuary.

Baby turtles!

"They are so cute!" exclaimed Precious. 

This was where the turtle eggs were buried and they would hatch in time.

We spent the rest of the afternoon having some crazy fun at the beach! While the children were with their Daddies in the pool... 



Our dinner was settled at a nearby Pek So Seafood Restaurant and then after, we feasted on durians that Grand Mummy and I managed to get.

We went back to the Turtle Sanctuary hoping to catch turtles laying eggs but the tide was low and the Ranger told us that it would be 4 am before the tide came in. Rather disappointed, we returned to the Hotel. 

Daddy comforted me by saying that we could always make another road trip back in the future. Well, I am embedding this video; if we had been lucky...


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  • It's been a while since we sat ourselves in a plane. Definitely itching to fly over, to let our hair loose, to catch up with friends and be tourists.