As promised, the 2nd part of my Port Dickson trip. I didn’t blog last night because I had to go Nilai to fetch my mum and my brothers who came from Kuching for their holidays here. And the jam didn’t help very much. Went to PJ Hilton to pick my cousin up, had dinner then we went to look for the Sri Petaling Hotel. It’s RM130 per night. We found it eventually, and it was a pretty nice place.
And while going back home and getting stuck in the Federal highway, I got a call from Eve. I know you’re not supposed to talk on the phone while driving because you’ll get “saman” by police, but there were no police around. Thanks for calling and trying to meet up with me although I’ll never have the time to do that
Okay, back to the PD trip. This was what we had in store for our friend.
Yes, red hot chili peppers!
I didn’t take picture of the wasabi stuffed squid haha but it was hilarious watching him eat all those without knowing it was us. Although it looked suspicious because it was only him who “kena”.
Two steamboat cookers can fry an extension cord.
After dinner we decided to play some cards, using spoons as money. It was addictive. Haven’t been gambling for a long long time =D
Gambling with spoons. We almost had to resort to using forks as the stakes become higher. 1 fork = 2 spoons.
And what kind of gambling/trip will be complete without alcohol?
We actually got sick of gambling and decided to call for a timeout at close to midnight. We have a birthday boy present so we threw him a birthday party. It was really well planned out, with the cake, the cards, the surprise. And after eating the cake, we just sat around talking and drinking. Here’s some pictures taken from our sea-view balcony.
I managed to take a picture of a streak of lightning. Lightning activity was high that day, but it didn’t rain.
The bright flame you see is a gas refinery burning off its gas. If you look carefully at the lights on the left of the picture, that’s Penang!
There was a lot to talk about even though I wasn’t at Inti for that long. I slept at close to 5am. To be continued. Continue reading