After our lunch at Restoran Chai Chin on 8 June, we were on the road again and stopped by at Teluk Senangin.
We stopped to chat with a man fishing on this beautiful beach. The sea water here is clean and clear.
Our next target - durians, on the way to Taiping!
Our friends gave the signal to stop - roadside stalls selling durians.
We stopped at one stall. Durians selling by the kilos.
MYR 10.00 (approx 2.45 USD) per kilo.
A close up view of Stinky Beans (Petai) in the pods.
We are durian lovers.
Some are sweet, some are bitter sweet. I love the latter with the creamy texture.
Some just cannot stand the strong odor. After eating the few seeds of durians, my craving for durians was awakened!
King of fruits but not everyone loves these thorny fruits.
The thorny ground represents the hearts of people
who listen to the Good News and receive it,
but all too quickly the attractions of this world
and the delights of wealth, and the search for success
and the lure of nice things come in and crowd out
God's message from their hearts, so that no crop is produced.
(Mark 4:18-19, The Living Bible-TLB)
Linking to Good Fences.