The cows were at it again this morning... grazing on the open field where the transmission towers of Bukit Pemancar are erected. Nice place for a nibble and a sun tan. Not many places like that for cows in urban Penang. It is also nearby the construction site for the new Customs Department's high-rise quarters. Got to treasure this view from our apartment...
[So give me a home, where the cows roam... and the skys are not cloudy all day...]
We had dinner at Bukit Genting this evening on Eric's invitation (thank you Eric) plus 3 other friends: Sally, Helen and Chan. This is the second trip there for Angie and I, but this is our first evening trip. So, we got to see traces of the setting sun. Bukit Genting overlooks Gertak Sanggul and Balik Pulau. There is a very good view of Balik Pulau and its coastal areas from here. The effects of the tsunami was not clearly seen.
[Sunset from Bukit Genting]
What did we eat for dinner? Essentially, the restaurant at Bukit Genting serves Thai food. We ordered Meng Kam (a spicy salad), Seafood Tom Yam, Deep-fried Crispy Kangkong, Chicken Green Curry, Mango Kerabu, Sweet and Sour Fish, and Water Chesnut and Nangka in ice-shavings dessert. On the whole it was 6.5/10, not too bad.
[Partially devoured food: don't make me angry... you won't like me when I'm angry... grrgrrrr...]
[Dessert: Strips of Nangka with Ox Blood... *slurp*]
After getting delirious with all the ox blood (just joking... obviously), we did the 'tourist thing'...
[Angie and Bart at Bukit Genting]
[Just the Six of Us: Brings back memories of the 60s and 70s... but in colour]
Okay, time to go home. Eric kept rubbing my tummy to check if I was full... *barp!!* No need to check-lah, Eric. Careful on the way down the hill...