The moment you enter the road in Broga, you will see beautiful scenaries of hills and mists. The place looks natural and rather 'untouched' by development. The hill-and-mists scenaries reminded Mommy of our second honeymoon to Shanghai (way back in April 2007) in which one of the stops was at Hengdian. All along the way, Papa and Mommy were on the lookout for any signboard that says "Pusat Memancing Ikan Broga" but there were none. All Papa and Mommy saw were signboards of Nottingham University Malaysia, a rabbit park and a fruit orchard. However, not wanting to give up, Papa drove on the village road of Broga which finally led us uphill to a beautiful Chinese temple! Wow! Mommy didn't know there's a beautiful temple in such a secluded place like this! So we decided to make a stopover at the beautiful temple.
(Papa and Juan Or posing with the 'fishing old man' normally seen in groundnut packagings!)
(At one part of the temple's compound, there are the 12 Chinese zodiac animals. Both Mommy and Juan Or were riding on the ram which is Mommy's Chinese zodiac sign.)
(Here is Juan Or sitting on his own zodiac sign, the rat! When Mommy wanted to remove him from the rat, Juan Or refused to let go - his little hands held on tightly onto the ears!)
(Eehhh! How come got elephant one!? Mommy thought the elephant is never part of the 12 Chinese zodiac animals!?)
In the end, Papa and Mommy still cannot locate the food stall. So finally, Papa drove on to Seremban (using the old road) where we stopped over for lunch at Ming San Restaurant. Along the way to Seremban till the restaurant, Juan Or managed to sleep for about 40 minutes and was suddenly awaken by some slight movement of his body and started crying! So Papa decided to cancel the plan eating at the restaurant. However, after driving some short distance, Juan Or settled down again so Papa decided to head back to the restaurant. Papa ordered 3 dishes: a soupy haruan fish dish (RM22), sweet potato leaves stir-fried in belacan (RM6) and sweet and sour pork spare ribs (RM8). The food tastes good and has a different taste altogether from what you usually get in Klang Valley Chinese restaurants. This time, Mommy couldn't take any food photos because Mommy's handphone battery had gone flat after taking several photos at the temple (Mommy forgot to charge the battery yesterday!), so had to rely on Papa's handphone camera which ended up having low battery as well! Sigh!