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Friday, 8 December 2017

Ban Mee For Lunch With Friends In Pusing Town

My sister invited me to accompany her to Batu Gajah as she had an appointment to meet someone and after that, to visit a friend and her daughter in Batu Gajah. We drove our own car and met up in Batu Gajah.
9.30 am
It was a cool morning with the mist covering part of the mountains.
 Once our mission is accomplished, we drove to the friend's house.
 Our friend cut a fruit which she brought back from Cameron Highland for us to taste. This fruit is totally new to us or could it be a vegetable. Could this be an eggplant?
 It doesn't taste sweet no juicy. The design on the skin is nice and this is how it looks like on the inside.
When it was time for lunch, our friend and her daughter took us in their car to Pusing for Ban Mee at Kedai Kopi Tong Fong, opposite the Police Station.
I ordered the longan with white fungus sweet drink.
I ordered this pinched Ban Mee (wheat flour noodle). It is a simple and tasty home made type of noodles. After lunch, we went back to our friend's house to get our cars. But first, I have something to collect.
I stayed behind to collect some plant cuttings.
 So nice of my friend to give me cuttings of these multi coloured Japanese roses. 
  Besides these, I also received many other cuttings.
 I asked for an orchid cutting but she blessed me with the whole bunch.
 Happy with all the plant cuttings, orchids and cactus, I drove home.
 3.15 pm
It must have been raining while I was in Batu Gajah.
I reached home just after the rain stopped.

Linking to Skywatch Friday.

When they walk through the Valley of Weeping,

it will become a place of springs where pools of blessing

and refreshment collect after rains!

(Psalm 84:6, The Living Bible-TLB)

36 comments:

  1. This purple fruit is beautiful! But did not taste so good? I always love seeing the clouds on the mountain.

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  2. The fruit reminds me of dragon fruit...pretty, but tasteless. I want some longan soup :-)

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    1. Thank you, Angie. Even dragon fruit tastes better than this.

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  3. Very interesting fruit Nancy. I imagine that it must taste like cucumber, but the seed and outer skin looks like that of an eggplant! Happy weekend to you:)

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    1. Thank you, Annie. It is actually quite tasteless.

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  4. I think the fruit could be a purple pepino melon. it looks like that but is supposed to be juicy. maybe the one you ate is not ripe yet.

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    1. Thank you, Mun! I think you are right! It is purple pepino melon.

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  5. The Japanese roses are so pretty! I used to have them in my garden too but now there are none :(

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    1. These roses needs lots of fertilizers and have to be replanted often or else they disappear from sight!

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  6. Haven't seen those multi-coloured Japanese roses before... (Now I want to find them heh)

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    1. Oh that is an interesting-looking fruit. Too bad it doesn't taste that good.

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  7. La fruta parece una berenjena. Las flores preciosas, tienes suerte con tu amigo. Besos.

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  8. Have seen the fruit before and a misty sky

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  9. I'm always hungry when I come here. You do have some wonderful culinary experiences.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. I am a foodie fan! Have a great weekend!

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  10. I don't think that is an egg plant but I am intrigued. I love your misty skies. The food that you feature is wonderful. Also, I am quite sure that I have never seen multicolored roses before and they are quite beautiful.

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    1. Thank you, Yogi. Someone suggest that it could be purple pepino melon.

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  11. A lovely time with good food, good people, and some very nice flowers to take home!

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  12. How generous of her to give you all those cuttings! They are so pretty!

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    1. Thank you, Christine! My friend is very generous!

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  13. Lovely post dear! Have a great weekend! xx

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  14. Hi Nancy. Your flowers are so beautiful. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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  15. The japanese rose very beautiful

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  16. The mist makes things quite moody.

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    1. Actually, it would be a great day for napping.

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