Saturday, January 10, 2009

Fireflies Viewing at Desaru

On our way to take the cruise to view fireflies, soon it will be very very dark.

These are the boats that we would take. Can you imagine about 40 people in one boat.
We need to put on life jackets. The life jackets seem so wear off. Some are without buckles and the zip dont work. I have to choose one with workable buckles but the zip dont worked at all. Looked so scary.

We need to wear walking shoes and not flip flops cause the stairs leading to the small jetty is so steep and dangerous. I am so scare of the stairs, it only have very small steps for us to step and most of the time it is very flat and steep.

Too bad I cant take photo of the fireflies in the dark, it is just too dark and my photo turned out all

But it was fun, the fireflies looked like twinkling lights in the trees, just like christmas trees in the homes. There are so many of them.
If it rain, the whole fireflies viewing tour will be cancelled.

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Desaru - Swallows Flying

We were on our way to view fireflies along the river, the boat man bought us under the bridge to view many swallows flying under and over the bridge. It is a beautiful sight but we were afraid to have foreign objects dropping on

The video was too short due to so many excitement on the

The nest made by the swallows under the bridge.

Next post will be funny with all of us wearing the life jackets before boarding the boats.

Monday, January 05, 2009

Desaru Fruit Farm

Besides fruits and animals, there are about 1000 fishes in the fruit farm.

Sunday, January 04, 2009

Desaru Fruit Farm - Mini Farm

At the mini farm, there are some of these mini chicken, they looked so cute.

I wondered why the birds are so still, they dont fly.....

Saturday, January 03, 2009

Desaru Fruit Farm - Mini Farm

This disturbed me very much. The little monkey looked sooooooooooo sad. I guess it prefer to be free ...sigh.

Friday, January 02, 2009

Desaru Fruit Farm - Goats

Besides fruits, the desaru fruit farm has an animal farm for educational purposes.
The kids were so delighted with the animals.

Feeding the goats with grass - it cost RM2 to feed a bunch to them.

Thursday, January 01, 2009

Busy Bee at Desaru Fruit Farm

Happy New Year to my blog visitors and may 2009 be a better year for all of us.
Just as the busy bee, hope the economy will be busy with lots of activities and that generates income and job for all.

These bee hives in the fruit farm are not for collecting honey, they are there so that bees can help pollinate the flowers in the fruit farms so that more trees can bear more fruits.