Pantai Bari / Bari Beach

Last week. I went to the Bari Beach at Rhu Sepuluh in Terengganu.

We bought some fresh fish and huge prawns at the fish market.

We went there with Uncle Fauzan and his family.

Then we went to a stall for lunch.

Uncle Fauzan did not join us because he invited us for dinner and he had to rush home to cook a special ‘Melaka asam pedas’.

There are lots of stalls selling fresh seafood along the beach.

We ate fish, prawn, squid and fried noodle.

The seafood were fresh and tasty but I like the coconut drink the most 🙂

After we eat, we walked to the beach.

The beach is very beautiful.

There was a shipwreck on the beach.

Maybe it was  Captain Jack Sparrow‘s ship 🙂

I met a fisherman and he showed me his fish traps.

Near the fishing boat I saw some fish :mrgreen:

Before we went home, we saw a small lorry stuck in the sand.

Three of the tyres were stuck in the sand and only one tyre moved 😆

My father helped to push the lorry until all the tyres could moved.

A Moment With English At SMK Tengku Mahmud 2

Ali-SMKTgMahmudI went to Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Tengku Mahmud 2 for ‘A Moment With English’ program on Tuesday, June 16, 2009.

The school was a big secondary school in Besut, Terengganu.

I read the article about Swine Flu (but now it is called Influenza A H1N1) which I wrote when it first started in Mexico.

I met Kak Athirah and a lot of  other kakaks,  abangs  and teachers there.

I enjoyed ‘A Moment With English’ at the school.

I also enjoyed the ‘mee soup’ at the school.

It was tasty but very hot.

16062009(116)On the way back, I stopped at the Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium that collapsed a few weeks ago.

I also stopped at Pantai Bari.

In English Pantai Bari is Bari Beach.

I had keropok lekor, coconut drink and watched lots of goats drinking left over coconut drink from the coconut shells.

I love to go to Besut and I wish to go there again soon.


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