Two days off for Deepavali found us on our way home to Klang after about a month leaving the old place. We were expecting the rambutan trees to be ready for picking but the fruits are not quite ready yet... The fish in the pond greeted us happily enough, though our good neighbour Kak Nab probably has overfed them. Look at them...they're Tilapias - not too troublesome to take care, breeds easily and what's important... they're good to eat.. In fact two of them ended as lunch, yummy!
|One of the rambutan trees; though heavy with fruits, are not quite ripe yet to be picked...|
|However, ripe ones peeked here and there... this is the yellow variety - sweet, even when they're still green...|
Now, here's a picture of our lone dragon fruit just waiting for us to come home! We have only the one tree and for the past 3 years has borne us only about 3 or 4 fruits! Pathetic, I know, but it has been pretty neglected for much of the time...
The pic above was taken on Friday, the day we arrived home and the one below, the next day, the day we returned to Kuala Terengganu... isn't it amazing, how quickly it ripens? Just right for the picking!
|The mangoes are still not quite ready yet - probabaly by Eidul Adha we'll be able to pick them, InsyAllah...|
I simply love 'balik kampung'...*sigh*..