Yaya smiling with her paper doll
We left around 4.30pm and was contemplating whether to fetch Dini that night or wait until the next morning. We wanted to give her a surprise but dare not take the risk. By the time we reach MTS, it would be close to 11pm and there was high possibility that she would not be allowed to go out of the school. While we mulled over whether to go or not to Tanah Merah, she called! Very unlike her to call us on friday night. So, no more surprises and she was full of life, overjoyed and delighted to know that we were coming to fetch her from MTS. It was worth the 6 hours journey to see her cheery face, smiling ear to ear when we arrived. We had a late dinner at Sri Thai and finally reached Krai around 12 midnight, exhausted after a long trip and hectic day!
Asyura sold in pieces
Adik and buah susu!
All kinds of colourful keropoks
Variety of kueh Kelantan sold at RM1 for 5 pieces!!!
Kelantan Sweet Delicacies
Ready Packed Food RM2 only
Eel size M or L...alive and kicking!!
Cili Kering...different species!
Pasar Pagi Sabtu
Sayur kampung and Ulam2
Tippin from Kelantan River
Pasar borong sayur
The famous "Mak" selling veges to the locals
The next day, Tok Mama made capati with potatoes for breakfast. It's Abah's favourite. Around 9.30am, we started our journey back home via Gua Musang - Cameron Highlands - Tapah - Gombak. All in all, we spent almost 10 hours in the car with pit stops at Gua Musang Econjaya and Petronas, Brinchang, Tringkap, Tanah Rata for lunch and Tapah for solat. As usual, the boot was full with veges, flowers and fruits from the highlands.
Although it was a brief journey back home, it was all worthwhile...