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Monday, 20 April 2015

A DAY TRIP TO KAMPUNG KOH & LUMUT, PERAK #2

Today is the continuation of yesterday's post. From the Ferry Terminal, I continue to walk up to the Tourist Information centre.
The time was almost 3 pm and the afternoon sun was very hot.

The sea water was very calm.

Tourist Information Centre, Lumut.

I have not been to this area on my earlier trip.

Took this photo from under the shade provided by some big trees.

When I was taking this Lumut Waterfront photo under the shade of a big tree, I heard "caww! caww!", "caww! caww!" above me.

I looked up and saw this big crow right above me. I aimed my mobile phone camera at it, thinking it will fly away but to my surprise it didn't and it seemed to be looking down on me! (Or it could be saying, "take my photo, take my photo!").
Photo taken near the Yachting Club, Lumut.

The whites on the horizon are the yachts, so many of them!

This ship was anchored very near to the shore.

Wind wheel or wind mill.

Direction indicator.

Concrete archways.

A giant anchor or is it the normal size?

Turning back, took one last photo.

On the way to the car, noticed this ice-cream vendor.
Who can resist a cone of chilling ice-cream on this hot, hot day?

Be self-controlled and alert.

Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion

looking for someone to devour.

Resist him, standing firm in the faith,

because you know that your brothers throughout the world

are undergoing the same kind of sufferings.

And the God of all grace, who called you to His eternal glory in Christ,

after you have suffered a little while, will Himself restore you

and make you strong, firm and steadfast.

(1 Peter 5:8-10, New International Version-NIV)

32 comments:

  1. What a lovely place to visit, Nancy. I particularly enjoy sightseeing little towns because it feels serene and I find it beautiful in a way.

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    1. Sometimes if we take the time, there are many gems even in little towns.

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  2. Nancy, this is rather scenic. Now I am waiting to see what you ate hah..hah...

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    1. Ha ha...u will have to wait, be patient..coming up soon........

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  3. What a nice place to sightsee. So many things to do and see. Great photos, thanks for sharing your trip! Have a happy day!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. A happy day to you too!

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  4. Lumut is kinda near my hometown but I have never been there yet~
    Looks like a nice place.

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    1. Hi Hayley, thanks for visiting....Where is your hometown?

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  5. Lovely photographs, Nancy. I like the ocean view. Now I am dreaming of sitting in a yacht, feel the ocean breeze.

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    1. Rose, that would be nice and very romantic too! I love that too but I hope I won't get sea sick.

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  6. A wonderful place to visit with some enchanting views.

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  7. Long time since I last went.... Yes,Lumut is very hot one... wear a big hat next time.. I remember wearing one when I went there last time..

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    1. Must go and get one big straw hat.

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  8. i really like the archways and gates. lovely seaside views.

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    1. Happy to capture these photo for my blog.

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  9. I wonder what the crow was trying to tell you. lol...
    I enjoyed sitting in my comfy chair and go sight seeing through your lens.
    It's a beautiful place. Thanks for sharing your day adventure.

    JB

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    1. It would be wonderful if I understand what the crow was trying to tell me...

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  10. Dear Nancy,

    An absolutely beautiful place to visit and explore. I love the serenity. Magical! :)

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    1. If the weather was not that hot, I would love to linger awhile.

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  11. Looking at your photos, I want to visit Lumut too. Did you buy an ice cream to eat?

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    1. Oh mun, the child in me wanted to....but I resisted lo, have to watch my diet!...hahaha...

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  12. Everything there is very artistic! The direction post looks like a whale!!! And I love the archway with nautical things embedded it it! Those big yachts are for sure only for very rich people!

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    1. Only the rich can afford to enjoy yachting and be members of the clubs.

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  13. Funny how it always seems to be hot at seasides? The place looks very clean.

    That crow is probably saying 'Feed me!!!''

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    1. Ha ha Stacy, I think you are right la... "Feed me, feed me"....the crow said!

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  14. What a lovely outing with interesting sculptures!

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  15. Thank you, glad you enjoy the photos.

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  16. The concrete arch remind me of the one in Sibu

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    1. yes? I have not been to Sibu, only been to Kota Kinabalu.

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