Thursday, 31 July 2014

Raya In Kampung

No food photos.

No family photos either.

The highlight of Raya was going back to my hometown and in time for rambutan, mangosteen and durian! LOL
Durian fell off tree.
Durian eaten happily. Hahaha
Picking up low fruiting mangosteen.
Using a pole to get to the higher mangosteen.

Mangosteen that fell to the ground can't be kept long and have to be eaten quickly otherwise, they won't be nice. "kerang" as we in kampung would say. :P (No, I dunno how to explain what it means. Muahaha)
There were rambutans too!

Happiness. ^^

29 comments:

  1. It is the fruit season. Haha. More like fruits feasting than Raya feast.

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  2. What a fun & fruity story you just shared! Nice change from all the lemang and curry photos every where!

    I always dream that my retirement home sits in the orchard filled with vegetables and fruit trees! Anay suka mimpi.

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    1. Anay, we'll come and visit you when it's fruits season. LOL

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  3. That's the beauty of living in kampung! I would really love to be able to pluck and pick fruits from the trees. And oh! Durians and mangosteens are my favourites!

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    1. Some people in the city also have the luxury.

      I always am envious of those living in Dsara, Bukit Tunku, Jalan Travers because there are lots of fruit trees in the houses' compound there.

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  4. I love durian!!! But why am I having sore throat right now!! =[

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  5. Where's your kampung ar?

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  6. So nice ! That's why need to balik kampung ! Sure got lots of goodies !

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    1. Balik kampung to gather n meet relatives. Goodies a bonus :-)

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  7. Hmm. I still have my doubts about durian, but I'll happily eat everything else! :)

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    1. We need to set an appointment to scour those Thai stores in Shibuya or something and get you a durian. Hehehe

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  8. Kerang is it means that it become harden?

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  9. Wah syoknya go durian hunting .

    hehehe jakun betul me...now baru see how Manggis tree looks like. Thought would be tall tree

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  10. Dearest Lina and family,

    Selamat Hari Raya ya...

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  11. During Raya second day, my dad also craving for it... so we jalan jalan cari durian too...

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  12. I am eyeing the durians... I am still eyeing the durians... hahahaha... I havent been to a durian farm before and I am sure you get the best biji out there! Yummsss.. what bliss!

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    1. The orchard I went to has no glemer or expensive durian tho. Lol

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  13. Wah! So good! Fresh fruits from your own garden. Durians best!!

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    1. Not mine. Relatives' and dad's neighbours :P

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    2. Sedapnya durian kampung... Rasa dan baunya perghhh sangat unik dan authentic!

      Harap2 ketemu sama durian bila balik beraya di Penang wiken nih... Yummeh!

      Nampak sedap tuh rambutan gading... Kuning2 so juicy! Hantu rambutan here hehee

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  14. We have manu durians, rambutan and mangoes in our orchad too.

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