Monday, March 23, 2009

pangkor part 5

A seashore village in the evening....after that we continue riding our bike and then we came to another place..called the Dutch Fort...


From whats written here in Malay it says that the Dutch Fort is located in southern part of the island. It was erected around 1680 by the Dutch to defend against pirates and local guerilla's attacks. It was also used to supervise the transfer of precious minerals here during the wartime eg tin ore.




some carricatures on the field but cant understand what it says :p



It was already 8pm when we finish exploring the Dutch fort. Then we rode to the town center nearby to cure our hunger...haha. Since this is an island we thought we might as well try some of its seafood.


And so we (2 people) ordered a fish dish which is fried and laden with satay sauce, a deep-fried taufu and a vege and rice...The dishes tastes alright...and then the receipt came...it costs a whopping RM48!! Guess we were ripped off when they saw us carrying camera and stuff...which means we are not locals haha..Or maybe just that the fish is really that expensive...I dont know cos i don't even know what fish is that.....i only know how to eat....hehe

2 comments:

Chris said...

The foods look nice, expensive? I heard Pangkor Seafood is quite cheap.

bluesoul said...

chris: quite nice la...expensive or not im not sure cos i dunno wat fish is tat..maybe its some expensive fish? anyway if eat once in a while doesn;t really matter la...