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Port Dickson (7/9/2013)

November 29th, 2013 · 4 Surrendered

All right, I should get this post over with before starting with the last week road trip. Suddenly I’m a travel blogger, blogging all about my travels these few months. Aikss… Not fully recovered from the road trip yet, body still aching, a little bit of cough and blocked nose hahaha… Can only manage to do this light post before getting headache facing the computer or using my brain for too long.

So, after Melaka, we drove to Port Dickson. The stupid me thought that Port Dickson was below Melaka and didn’t inform my bro which exit to take when he was at the exit of the highway after the toll. He should be taking the KL exit not the JB exit. Actually, I have no idea why he took the Johor exit too when he knew that we should be going back to KL and he knew that Port Dickson was not down there but up there. He might be too overwhelmed that time. I have no sense of direction, seriously! We had the GPS with us but looking at it, it seemed like asking us to take that exit too. HO!HO!HO! There you go… We ended up had to go tru’ Johor’s border to turn back! Wasted time, money and fuel.

Dad’s friend was expecting us to meet him in Port Dickson but didn’t see us there in an hour. He got worried and called us to find that we took the wrong exit *LOL* Didn’t really get to spend much time there when we arrived as we wanted to get back to Semenyih before it got too dark. Finally when we arrived Port Dickson, we went straight to Royal Port Dickson Yacht Club (Batu 4 ½, Jalan Pantai, 71050 Sirusa, Port Dickson Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, 5, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia). It’s a private club, not open for public.

The beach.

Left: At the cafe waiting for our early dinner.
Right: Fresh fruit juice, 100% fresh fruit juice, no sugar added. Honeydew, starfruit, and pineapple.

Left: Fish and Chips (RM10), what to expect? Fish and chips it is.

Right: Mixed Girll (RM20), portion was huge! Taste wise, I was expecting better. All the meat was heavily marinated, couldn’t really taste the meat but just the marinates.

Left: Grilled Lamb (RM16), same thing, heavily marinated.

Right: The view of the beach at the club.

Before heading off, we dropped by another place, don’t remember the name, it’s a public beach just to look at the sunset. Very beautiful!

The September road trip ended here. A few more food posts from random places after this road trip before we flew back are still in the oven. Hope will get them out soon.

Categories: Going Places · Negeri Sembilan · The West Side

4 surrendered so far ↓

  • 1 Lee // Nov 30, 2013 at 7:35 am

    Irene, please leave your GMAIL addr at my pondok asap. Will response asap. I will note but not expose it.
    Thank you.

  • 2 sweet surrender // Nov 30, 2013 at 10:48 am

    Noted, Uncle Lee.

  • 3 GOU // Dec 2, 2013 at 10:45 pm

    Irene, dabai looks really good. I think we should eat more local fruit and vegetable. Our super markets are filled with junks foods.
    I hope GMO fruits and vegetable will never reach Sarawak.

  • 4 sweet surrender // Dec 3, 2013 at 5:08 pm

    Gou, fruit seasons now but too bad I can’t eat most of them because I’m still sick, all so heaty 🙁

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