Thursday, September 20, 2018

Kijal Day 3 - Time to Go Back Kuala Lumpur

Here we come Pantai Kemasik which is about 4km from Awana Kijal Resort and we were hoping to see the sun rises.
 Some scattered to get a good spot to view the sun rise (if there is any) as the sky was slight cloudy. Even the fishermen told us that it was going to be a cloudy day as they were about to go out to the sea.
Our luck were looking good as we were able to spot the salted egg yolk in the distance horizon despite a slightly cloudy weather.
One for the album at Kemasik Beach.
The cameras were clicking endlessly and the models were busy posing here and there. Everyone was happy that they came for the sunrise sighting and most importantly it was fruitful.
Gan the happy lady with the sunrise.
We found a warong for our breakfast, the roti canai was crispy and delicious especially the gulai ikan. The warong is located at the junction from the road coming out from the beach near a local mosque. Photo cedit : Gan GC
Later we went to a fisherman's house to buy ikan bilis. This family is surely a big time dry fish producer operating from his home. 
Relaxing at the front of the fisherman's house while the group was busy buying ikan bilis.
We had a chance to see the house the place they process and dry the fishes within the compound.
We were impressed with the nice local roti when we first tasted at Captain's house and on the final day our Captain arranged with the baker for some loaves to be taken back home. At the bakery shop Kedai Roti & Kueh Chip Koon. GPS : 4.222174, 103.419359 Taman Chukai Utama.
Fresh from the oven and best eaten when they are fresh.
The variety of bread found at Chip Koon Bakery and a local Pak Chik told me the best is the plain bun (Roti Kosong).
Thank you once again to Captain Wong for the time and hospitality at Kemaman, we shall meet again.
Next stop was a dried sea products shop and the shopping continued ......
Watching these ladies preparing satae while the rest was busying buying salted fish and lekok at one of the warong along the way out off Terengganu. Thank you Kim Aun (Chew) for organising this trip and the free accommodation at Awana Kijal and the wonderful company of my cycling buddies. 

1 comment:

Mohd Adib Noh said...

Thanks for sharing. I am very happy to know that you had a great time. Next trip is Kelantan?