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Wednesday, 3 August 2016

Western Style Dinner & Wild Plants At Fraser's Hill, Pahang.

For the 2nd evening at Fraser's Hill, we requested for Western Style dinner and the operator prepared roasted pork for us. Due to the lighting in the dining hall, the photos are not clear.
Homemade buns.
We had homemade buns with butter. 
Mushroom soup.
 Baked Potatoes
 Blanched crunchy cabbage.
 Roasted Pork Slices with pieces of crunchy pork skin.
 We were given 2 different type of sauces.
 And we had this for dessert, I think it is called Banana Pudding Cake.
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The following photos are of wild plants found along the roadside, taken on our evening walk.
 Photo #1. Long strings of yellow flowers and green berries.
 Photo #2 - Blue morning glory with pink centre.
 Photo #3. Printed leaves with tiny purple flowers.
 Photo #4. Weeds with bluish fluffy flowers.
 Photo #5 - Green Shamrock plant with purple flowers.
 Photo #6. We found these wild banana plants with bananas growing on the slope.
 Photo #7. The flower and fruits are not drooping like the normal plants but they are facing upwards.
Photo #8. Wild ginger rhizomes.
 Photo #9.
 Photo #10.
 Photo #11.
 Photo #12. Looks like mint leaves.
 Photo #13. Forked ferns.
 Photo #14.
 Photo #15. Plants growing on power cable.
Parasite plants growing on an old tree trunk.


The man looked around. "Yes!" he said,

"I see men! But I can't see them very clearly;

they look like tree trunks walking around!"

Then Jesus placed his hands over the man's eyes again

and as the man stared intently, his sight was completely restored,

and he saw everything clearly, drinking in the sights around him.

(Mark 8:24-25, The Living Bible-TLB)

58 comments:

  1. Thank you for showing again these exotic flowers and plants. That banana flower - never seen. Morning Glory is amazing in its blue glory :))!!

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    1. Thank you, Riitta. We were fascinated with the banana flower and the blue morning glory.

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  2. The blue morning glory, this blue, don't think i see this blue, as usually the blue, not so dark blue...

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    1. This is a very unique blue. I too have not seen this colour before.

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  3. The color of the blue morning glory is so striking!

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    1. Yes, Phong Hong. The colour is very unique and striking.

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  4. You always show us the most delicious-looking food and beautiful flowers, Nancy! You live in an amazing place! x Karen

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  5. Indeed this does look like our kind of food! The mint leaves are so pretty. The blue morning glory are my favorite!! When I was a little girl, I grew up with them growing up the side of our house.

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    1. We were so captivated by this deep blue morning glory.

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  6. I could just eat the buns and potatoes for lunch if I don't need to have a balanced meal. Very pretty flowers!

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    1. If I am not watching my diet, I would love buns and potatoes for any meals. I love baked potatoes.

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  7. Those bread rolls look so nice and the spuds yeah they look good too

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    1. I have to google and find out that spuds are potatoes. I have learned a new word today through you, Jo-Anne. Thank you and have a lovely day!

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  8. Now I start to think that you don't have to cook at home...that pudding cake somehow reminds me a taro dimsum in Chinese restaurant.

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    1. Thank you, Angie. The bungalow operators cooked our meals for us. I do agree with you, the pudding cake does look like taro dim sum. He he...

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  9. Beautiful pictures as always! Have a nice day:*

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  10. Now this dinner looks more familiar.

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  11. Wonderful photos. Thanks for sharing them at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/08/cats-consumate-contortionists.html

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    1. Thank you, Sue for hosting. Have a lovely day!

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  12. Great photos...and I love baked potatoes and cabbage!

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    1. Thank you, Linda. I love baked potatoes and cabbage too!

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  13. Your Frasers Hill holiday is not only relaxing, but you are all pampered all the way. Simply delightful!

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    1. I agree with you, Irene. It was a wonderful holiday for us.

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  14. This trip is really for relaxation and away from the bustle of the city...

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    1. It is good to getaway once in a while to relax and be pampered. He he..

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  15. Wonderful post and the food looked delicious, as did all the pretty plants and flowers. Thank you for the sweet words on my blog Nancy, I appreciated them very much.

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    1. Thank you, Denise. You are most welcome. Have a beautiful day!

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  16. That's a western style dinner? Never had that before. I guess there are all kinds of western dinners.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Hello Sandee, so this is new to you too? The dinner tasted great. Have a great day!

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  17. It is like probably me having Eastern style dinner😀I guess it may mean everything 😀

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    1. It is interesting to know that there are many different types of Western style meals.

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  18. homemade buns are yummy.In Europe we have them very often

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    1. We only have buns for Western style meals. For Asian meals, we do not serve buns but we have rice.

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  19. Blue Morning glory is a love .... and those buns I cannot believe they are home made so perfect


    Glamorous without the Guilt

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    1. Thank you, dear. The buns made by the operator of the bungalow. Morning glory was lovely.

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    1. It was tender and juicy. My first time tasting this version of roasted pork.

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  21. beautiful morning glories and love the ferns. :)

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  22. bake potatoes and roasted pork please OMG, i want to eat again!

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  23. I love the details. Very beautiful.

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  24. I can recognise most of the plants but our surroundings are much more wild-looking.:)The blue morning glory is stunning!!

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  25. Wow the food.

    You have such an eye for the small things. Love those plants on the power cable and the fluffy flowers on the weeds.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. Oh, can't fully depend on my own eyes alone. The one on the cable was pointed out to me by one of my friends.

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  26. The blue morning glory is so beautiful, love it!

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    1. Thank you, Libby. It is a very special blue, I too love the colour. Have a fantastic day!

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