Juan Or posing at the canon that surrounds the fort of Bukit Malawati. Seen here is Papa holding on to Juan Or in case he falls.
The view from Bukit Malawati.
This is the famous historical lighthouse of Kuala Selangor, which is situated at the hilltop of Bukit Malawati.
This is the first time for Juan Or to see monkeys real life at close range.
"Monkey, oh, monkey! Getting to know you!"
"Hey, monkey! Why are you going away from me? Can't we be friends?"
"Ah, never mind. At least another monkey is willing to be friends with me."
This is also another of Mommy's favourite photo of Juan Or, now captured full-bodied. This was taken at the look-out building, which unfortunately was closed to the public.
By the time we were done with monkey-watching, Juan Or was already showing signs of tiredness, so down we went the hill.
When Juan Or was tired, petty things seemed to irritate him, causing him to fret. But luckily there's this funny-looking 'choo-choo train' (that carries visitors up and down the hill for a fee)to distract his attention, turning his frets into laughter instead! This 'choo-choo train' appeared every now and then when we went up and then down the hill. In Juan Or's mind, probably this 'choo-choo train' resembled Mickey Mouse Clubhouse's Choo-choo Express. So probably Juan Or must be thinking that the train he saw in cartoon has come alive!
Mommy managed to capture a photo of both father and son walking down the hill. "Bye-bye, Bukit Malawati! See you again, monkeys! We'll be back!"