We stayed at that long cottage also known as long house. We were put far away from the other people so we had lots of privacy. And lookie lookie what we've got!
A big pond just outside our cottage! Now, you water lover dogs, this is something you will not be able to resist. The moment we reached to our cottage, the first thing we did was jump in. Whee!
Well actually the water was pretty muddy & dirty with full of fishes swimming in it but who gives a POOP!
This place is full of lushy green land! It's like a mega huge toilet for us. We can shapeepee anywhere at anytime. Hee!
Our feeties could touch the bottom of the pond so me & Chloe played bitey face in it. As usual I always win the game but Chloe was smart this time. She tried to drown me by holding my head under the water & not letting go after that. Crazee woman!
So I got her back nicely!
So I got her back nicely!
Chloe pooping in the distance. How rude of Mommy to take a picture of her while she's doing her business.
Faith surveying her precious land...
There are a few activities that you can do at Adeline's place. There's what you call paintball shooting which I think is some mindless game that the hoomans play. Why not use real bullets? Makes more sense right? BOL!!! Then there's also jungle trekking which we went immediately after we arrived. There's some water sports which the hoomans can play at the river & night safari which we missed out. Would have been fun...
The jungle trekking was lotsa fun for us (our hoomans almost dieded-hopeless!) We doggies were the ones who were doing most of the work of pulling our hoomans up the steep hill. It was kinda treturous but fun. Oh & Chloe donated some more blood to the leeches. Haha! Faith & I did not get any but our hoomans did. Their blood must be tasty...
My Hooman M did not bring along enuf water for the trek so we were dying of thirst for more than one hour! Later, as we were going down, there was a stream of fresh spring water! It was deeleecious & refreshing. We just jumped in straight, wet our whole body & drank gallons of it!
After we got out from the jungle, we found a river. You can see how impatient I was. Very impatient! I was thinking of leaping from where I was to get into the water. Hee!
In the middle of playing, my ball drifted away & I thought I saw it over there where I circled in the picture. So while all the hoomans were having fun & chit chatting away, I decided to be a brave nut to go check it that area out. To my Mommy's horror, I got sucked in the strong undercurrent & struggled to get back up but couldn't. My hoomans were screaming for me to get out & they were not fast enuf to come to my rescue as the grounds were very rocky & the water prevented them from coming fast. Luckily the jungle trekking guide quickly rushed & pulled me out. Woah man. I think I almost killed myself. But you know what? If I could do it again, I think I will.
Adeline prepares meals about 4 times a day whch includes, breakfast, lunch, dinner & supper. Here's us during din din time. It was BBQ night! Adeline cooks her own food & her food is fantabulously deeleecious! No restaurant can beat her home-cook taste. She harvests her own fishes from the river, grows her own petai (Malaysian beans aka smelly beans aka stinkified green lumps) & durians (another stinky Malaysian fruit) & she makes her own jungle recipies.
Chloe got lots of attention as usual. Almost everybody who saw us were able to name our breeds correctly. The 1st words to come out of their mouths were, "Oh, Golden Retriever! Oh Dalmatian!" which was pretty amazing coz people usually get it wrong. I get Labrador alot or Rabador... Except the last couple who saw us on the last day we were there, the lady pointed to Chloe & said, "Look! A Persian!" That cracked me up!
This is the dining area. Oh yah, then there's this lady who was staying there who I think is a normal visitor who said who doesn't like dogs. She told her friends which my Hooman M overheard that my sista Faith bit her in the leg. That is so bonkers!!! None of us will ever bite anybody infact most of the time she's cautious of people & will not approach strangers until she's very, very, very, very sure but that usually takes say about 5 days? That lady was the only one so far who didn't like any of us.Whatever!
Then it was back to the cottage. Time to sneep! At night is freezing cold like the air-conditioner & that's the way I like it!
The next morning, we had Malaysian breakfast which was called Nasi Lemak (Oily rice aka Coconut Milk Rice). We just hung around some campus students.
While my Mommy was tucking into her breakfast, I snuck out behind her to check out that very tempting, inviting, absolutely irresistible stream flowing beside the dining area. Someone in the restaurant shouted out, "Hey! What is that do doing there?" That guy doesn't know that I AM Amber the Water Bamber. Whatever that means!
Here I am looking up at my Mommy from the stream. I checked out the entire length up & down much to the amusement of spectators above me. Whee!
Later Chloe joined in. Me, Amber the Water Bamber & Chloe the Water Boey! Hey, it matches! We didn't enjoy it much tho as the water was blasting out from every corner & poking us all over the place. Kinda annoying so we didn't stay in there very long.