Saturday, 30 November 2013

Nature Walk, City Syle. Revisit. Longer Trek.

Well, not exactly trekking. Just walking.
3.5 hours of leisurely stroll; looking, touching, sniffing and even licking at interesting stuff. We walked 8km two weeks ago (blog post here) and decided to explore further this week and did 5km extra. 13km.

We started from our usual starting point, parking our car at the usual spot at Taman Canseri. From the usual route, after around 3km, we decided to check out route nearby the P15 apartments;
No car parks here unless you park at the apartment blocks nearby.  Despite close vicinity to housing area, not a single soul was seen here.
A bit of steep climb here.

Then we decided to check out a camping site. The entry point of the site makes it look like its un-enterable... (if there's such a word)
 Semak!
This part of the route was so uninteresting that Zaini turned around  and asked whether I want to continued on. We did...
and saw a route. TERUS!
 
Some of the trail. Nice. Pity it was so short.
It become "jalan mati" or the end of the road here :
We turned back and decided to hit another trail :
Head over to "Pokok Buah-Buahan Nadir" or Indigenous Fruit Trees section for more trail action! Baby trails la...
 But first, a look at civilisation nearby. heh heh
 
 
 Can you see something on the tree?
Our bounty. Stealing three mangoes from the park. Sorry!

22 comments:

  1. ah, so this is your so-called plan to walk deeper into the "forest" without Raimie.. errr, seems like the previous visit was so much more interesting, more things to see - but of course this trip you managed to steal some fruits back home~~ :D

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    1. This one was nice too. Lords stuff to see too. But harder than the previous one. ;-)

      I just didn't share more of the photos I have. :-)

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  2. and i was wondering what interesting stuff that you were looking, touching, sniffing and even licking?? LICKING, hey, this word caught my eyes!! hahahaha~~ LICKING what in the jungle??
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    mangoes, mangoes and mangoes?? :p

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    1. SK so Hamsap wanna know what she licked? Adoi just use your imaginations la in the bushes.

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    2. Got fruit trees. Got edible fruits that we never ate, so must lick lick lor.

      Haih you two :P

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  3. indeed some parts of the trek are nice places.. okay, i have to go count the photos from top to bottom since you didn't label them..

    photos #2, #9 (the jalan mati) and #11.. errr, just love the "green pasture" lah, especially #9 like so early spring in overseas feel.. haha!!

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    1. #2 is great as its close to those apartments that's refelcted in the pond.

      #9 - dead end photo : entering took some work. Cannot enter from the housing area (area orang kaya) as it's fenced off.

      But nice to camp or picnic there, right? ;)

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  4. You guys are so adventurous and dare to venture into new treks and trails. I would be worried man and might bump into wild boars or tigers.
    In China, we were always too cautious with the mountain treks and dare not try new trails as the folks might put me into their cooking pots as told in websites.

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    1. I wouldn't want to try out new trails in China too! LOL

      This is not new treks la Anay. The trail is there just that no one seems to be using thehm other than the service staff.

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  5. What was on the tree? I saw an Orang Utan or Orang Minyak jumping up there calling for you! He wore singlet pula.

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  6. It's nice to have a slow walk too instead of run. Have a nice day!

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    1. It's nice to do anything outdoors for me! LOL
      Have a great day too!

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  7. This is my kind of activity. Jungle trekking or nature walk.

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  8. Hehe… How's mango taste like?

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    1. Taste like... mangoes! LOL

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    2. I mean sweet or sour lo!!! =]

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  9. raw mangoes makan with cili, kicap and sugar? :D

    *tries not to salivate*

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    1. For me, of course ;)

      The guy, he ate it just like I eat apples.

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