BALIK KAMPUNG... OOOHHH BALIK KAMPUNG!!!
We stopped at Tesco to buy something for our foster parents and straight away started our journey after that.
At Kg Chenaam----->
This is 'my' lovely house!!
This is my mak & bapa angkat (foster parents)
Laksa Kampung Chenaam... cooked by my foster mom. yummy!!
Finger licking good!! Laksa is their delicacies.
Hey everyone the cat's name is Tom. This pic was taken o3/6/07 this was the 1st & the last time i take this pic together with Tom. He is dead now... Pls be quiet for a few seconds to pay a tribute to him............ should all acquaintence be forgot and never......... (i bet all of u think that is a silly thing to do... BUT he is still a living thing...)
Having our dinner at Tambun Seafood..... Tasty!!!
These were the people went back to Kampung Chenaam...... I would like to say a big thank you to all you guys here to make 10/11/07 a day to remember....
The Ending------>The trip was.......... (the pic tells it all) :)
Thanks Sing Rou for that tumbs up. haha.
We Malaysians consist of Malays, Chinese and Indian. Attending this PJKN had actually help we youth to get to know each other's cultures better and deeper.Through this programme, we people living in the cities had this opportunity to experience the 'kampung' (village) life. From my point of view and also through my observations, i think that people living in the out skirt lead a very simple life and one of the differences between the cities and the villages is that the people in the villages seem to care about each other more. Having a good relationship with their neighbours is also their main thing. While in the cities, we care more about $$ and some people do not take the initiative to even get to know their neighbours. When i first stepped into Kampung Chenaam, i could feel the warmness and the friendliness from the villagers and my intuition told me that 'this will gonna be good!'. :)