Somewhere in Asia travel blog

Sharing the road with cows

Young coconut juice and otak-otak

Keropok making

Having a good time

A Mosque

A fish-farmer

Fishing boats

A very casual ride (62km), stopping and enjoying interesting Malaysian food. Myles tried some young coconut juice (it was ok), and otak-otak (a fish, coconut and spice mixture wrapped in banana leaves and roasted over charcoal fire - very tasty, kinda sweet). Then we stopped again for some keropok. We watched a few women roll long and thin dough of gray colour (a fish and fruit mixture) and throw it into boiling water - a large pool (1m x 1.5m) heated by wood fire. Dipped in a sweet chili sauce it tasted delicious - we were too full at the time to have more. As we rode away we thought we probably just passed the best keropok place in Malaysia - we'll just have to wait and see.

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