Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Sunday, November 28, 2010
Thursday, November 25, 2010
It was another impromptu trip. I wanna get out and Hui said 'Yaaay'. Upon hearing that, En said "Okaaay!".
From Sg Buloh, it took about 1 1/2 hour to arrive at Sekinchan. Follow Kuala Selangor sign. Straight, till you see a big signboard of "Sekinchan" on your left. Vast expanses of green padi field would be seen on the right side of the road and stalls selling mangoes, corns and water apple and handmade cotton pillow lined both side of the roads.
At Sekinchan town, turn left when you see the picture above (before the police station). Go straight and take a right turn at the T-junction.
What an ingenious builder!
The left side of the treehouse as you climbed in.
The right side of the beach is slightly better but rocky. Lots of little egret and common sandpiper could be seen. Lovely. I wish I have brought a good pair of binoculars.
There were also a group of about 40 raptors, circling and gliding above.
Rocky side of the beach which filled with shells (below)
It's easy to pick great seashells over here.
EnHui's pick. Lots of cowries, turrets, whelks, conchs and cockles.
A picturesque landscape of padi fields.
En kept it as a pet.
playground @ pantai morib.
Hui stepped on the puddle of water and En immediately ran to her rescue.
playground @Taman Bukit Jalil.
I saw how En hold little Hui's hand and ran. Another heart-warming scene.
Left- fishes feeding. :) Right- En & Hui at the climbing frame.
Occasionally, concerned parents at the park would 'stare' at me, for letting little Hui climbs on her own. Some would tell me, she is too young to climb.
Just give the little kids plenty of opportunity in a loving and joyful manner and step back - you will see they are stunningly capable physically.
En shinnied up and down the pole.