Since it’s my first time visit my fiancé’s home village at Juaseh, Negeri Sembilan, I felt excited and nervous too. I left home at 1pm and reached at almost 4pm. I went with my fiancé and his mother. Actually the distance is just around 2 hours travelling but it’s because of the traffic jammed and drop at the nearest pit stop to fill our empty stomach.
The left house is his grandma's house, i called her Wan. Straight way to the yellow house is empty. No one lives there for years. Very quiet.. not just very but it's extremely quiet especially at night. The house is surrounded by palm trees. i can't tell how wide it is and all i can see there are only 3 houses including the yellow house i mentioned.
As you can see from the car is the entrance gate. I snap this picture from the back of the house. Quite big isn't it yet still quiet and i cant believe i was alone at the back there.
At that night i didn't get to sleep well.. I think i slept at 4am.. the others were sleeping so calmly except me. I don't know what was i thinking, all i could hear was the sound of the wind and the little insects from outside. Guess it was the cricket. At 3.30am i was sweat, suddenly sweat. It was creepy but Alhamdulillah i didn't see anything weird..
This cat came from nowhere. Wan take care of this cat until now. That morning i ate fried rice for breakfast, she keeps scratching the door because she also wants to eat. Then Wan gave her a small amount of fried rice and she likes it. "kampung cat" hehe..
After i had breakfast, i get a chance to peel the coconut shell. Peeling the coconut shell is hard as it seems, for a lady. I used full of my energy to peel off the shell. Its hard but it was fun. I don't have this kind of peeling thing at my home village. hehe
|Peeling coconut shell|
I left from Juaseh at 5.15pm. Wan wants me and others to sleep one more night but i can't make it for one more night. i really felt pity for her because she lives alone in that big house. I will visit her again someday.