Morning: Pasir Pandak
In regardless of my sore throat, I enjoyed myself over the weekend with my family. It is spontaneous and we did not really plan what we wanted to do over the weekend. We just decided the night before that we wanted to go to the beach for some swim and sand.
So four of us including my SIL set off from the house around 6.30am. Before the 35-40 minutes trip to Pasir Pandak, we stopped by Thompson Corner for breakfast. We reached our destination before 8am. No other people on the beach when we reached there and the sun was pretty hot at such time. I were the camerawoman, while SIL in charge of teaching little gal on how to play with her new beach toy. Hubby?? He couldn't resist jumping into the water!! We stayed for about an hour. We reached home around 10.00am with sands on our bodies as there is no changing or bath room in Pasir Pandak.
This beach was the very spot me and hubby had our wedding photographs taken 5 years ago. After that, I never stepped on this beach again until now. And this time, we brought our little gal along and I am very much pregnant to visit this beautiful beach. Lol! Unfortunately, it is very pitiful to see that such beautiful beach is not well maintained; rubbish thrown by irresponsible people on the sand and no one to keep clean of the beach. Probably sooner or later, this beach will be turned into private property and we may need to pay to enter the beach. Sigh!!
Just when we get our feet to rest after a trip to Pasir Pandak, we got a call from hubby's cousin. Hubby's cousin asked us to be her tour guide to Serikin as she wanted to get some Malay fabrics for baju kurung. She has never been to Serikin before so wanted us to drive her there. Serikin is a place after Bau where you can say it is a border line between Malaysia and Indonesia. So it is not a surprise to see that most traders are Indonesians.