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Over there I saw some cherry trees.
They are Malaysian cherries.
There are lots of ripe cherries on the trees.
Pak Ghani told me to pluck the red cherries.
The ripe cherries are red and sweet.
The cherries are soft but their skin are a bit hard 😕
Inside the fruits there are a lot of very tiny seeds.
Malaysian cherries are small, not like the cherries in USA.
- Cherries in USA
There are a lot of cherry trees in Malaysia.
There are some cherry trees in Ampang Hilir Lake Garden where I jog every week 🙂
We should not pluck the fruits and flowers in the parks.
Last Saturday I woke up at 5 am.
We went to the Sudanese’s Ambassador’s house to fetch Uncle Taj (or Tag).
I was going to send Uncle Taj to KLIA in Sepang.
Uncle Taj’s full name is Tag el Din el Sanosy (or Tajuddin when we say in Malay)
Uncle Taj was going to Cairo, Egypt before going back to Khartoum, Sudan.
Uncle Taj is very nice and I like him very much.
I hope I can visit Uncle Taj in Sudan 🙂
I want to visit Uncle Osman, Aunty Yaman and big sister Arwa too.
I miss them very much.
Over there I met Abang Mohammad Arif, Uncle Osman, Aunty Yaman, big sister Arwa, Uncle Raof, Pak Cik Borhan & others.
My mother cooked pasta for the picnic.
I love to eat the food that my mother cooks.
I played at the play ground & I like it when big sister Arwa pushed me on the swing.
She pushed me very hard and the swing went up very high.
I felt like falling down and took off my slippers because I was scared they would fall down into the lake.
I love my slippers and the slippers are not waterproof.
I also enjoyed climbing up something that looks like rock climbing.
After the picnic I went back home and after that we went to Cameron Highland, Pahang.
To be continued in my next post 🙂 😉