By the time we finished our lunch at Tringkap Restaurant, it was about 1.30 pm. Our friend suggested making one more stop at the Last Stop. If I am not mistaken, this is called the Last Stop, Cameron Highlands. We were glad we stopped here because we get to hand picked some broad beans or kacang parang in Malay. It was selling at MYR 10 per kilo.
We were each given a plastic bag and a pair of scissors to pick the beans.
It was fun and we get to choose the beans we wanted.
After we have picked the broad beans or kacang parang, we came upon these fruits called Cameron Apples, selling at MYR 8 per kilo. I regretted not buying some to taste because I have not tasted these fruits before.
There were also lots of passion fruits hanging overhead.
Big Hydrangea cluster
Pale Blue Hydrangea.
Customers can also pick their own strawberries.
These were the broad beans I picked and bought.
Bought a bundle of Dragon Beard veggie for MYR 2.
(Loong soh choy in Cantonese)
We stopped at a friend's wholesaler place to buy these.
Squash or pumpking? Selling at MYR 8 (if I remember correctly)
I also bought these 4 sweet corns selling at MYR 3.50 per piece.
I removed the outer covering and I steamed them for our lunch.
And I cooked the broad beans with some ladies fingers (okra) harvested from my own garden. I used dried shimps, some prawn paste, some bird's eye chilies and garlic.
By the time we were ready to leave for the lowland, it was about 2.20 pm. By then the sky had turn dark.
After a short distance, it started to pour and it was raining heavily for most part of the journey. The rain only stopped just before we reach Simpang Pulai.
Thank God for clear vision in spite of the heavy rain and safe journey all the way home.
My constant boast is God. I can never thank you enough!
(Psalm 44:8, The Living Bible-TLB)
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The following photos are for joining Tuesday's Treasures & Image-in-ing.
Old antique wooden door at the Gopeng Museum.
Old antique windows of the Heritage House, Gopeng Museum.