Sorry, no updates for a little while.
Gonna be wearing a square hat and a magicians cape!
Maybe I can work some magic!
|Counted more than 20 spots on a single arm!|
|Damm itchy. I hope they don't leave scars!|
I tried 2 different kinds!
|Electric mosquito mats|
|A new anklet - A Mosquito band|
Seems to attract mosquitoes instead of repelling them
|Sleeping under a 'kelambu'|
|Some kind of bark shavings|
|What a riot of colours!|
|Pretty bunga kantan|
|Hot, hotter, hottest!|
|Mani chai or changkuk manis|
Found back home too, but why doesn't anyone sell it?
|? Wild banana flower|
|Humongous bananas - with my foot for comparison|
|Dabai - olives of Sarawak|
Sarawakian are crazy for them but can't really say likewise
|No metric or SI units here!|
|Batang Rejang catfish|
Yay! Finally learned how to prepare it!
No idea what sorta fish this is!
|Cock a doodle doo!|
|Chickens all ready to go.|
Chickens bought live as a trip back to the longhouses may take hours.
Furthermore, no electricity. So 'sembelih' when you want chicken for dinner!
|Doe - a deer!|
|All ready for the pot.|
The fur is torched off with a blow torch!
|Buns - hot out from the oven|
|This way to Song or Kapit|
|Pits, remember this place?|
|Tempat melepak - Kapit Town Square|
Hawker centre (roti canai goreng found here)
and Robert Mayau's tattoo parlour
Lotsa weird & wonderful to be found here
|Construction in progress|
A behemoth in the making
|Traffic jam? More like a boat jam!|
|Kapit's one and only fast food outlet - SUGAR BUN|
|A real treat!|
|Prepared by the staff of KK Nanga Tekalit in the Dapur Sihat|
|River prawns caught by MA Anthony|
Cooked in a broth of garlic and ebiko (prawn eggs)
Don't ask me how Anthony only managed to catch pregger prawns
or for that matter differentiate male and female prawns!
|Deep fried river fish|
Crispy till the bone!
|Mawang fruit salad|
Only found here in Sarawak.
Fruit looks like a humongous ciku and the insides looks like mango
|Tapioca leaves 'lecek'ed|
Sauteed with garlic and ikan pusuk
|Light the grill! It's time for a barbeque!|
|Babi Cina or better known as 'siew yok'|
Nicely done with just a hint of carbon for the crunch!
Leaner & tougher than the Babi Cina but still a tasty treat!
|Preparing the babi with a nasty looking machete!|
|I have known idea what's it called...|
It's a kuchai & BBQ chicken wing salad,
dressed with sea salt & a squeeze of lime.
|Musang masak hitam|
This one had iron supplements in them
- shot gun pellets that almost sent me to the dentist for a dislodged filling!