On the ground, everyone is prepared for the rain, even the hardy usually waterproof "teksi" men. Trishaws are called teksi in Terengganu while what city folks taxis are called "kereta sewa". This particular guy made doubly sure he doesn't get wet.
Visibilty from my window is limited. The sea is misty but still gentle. It is still early in the morning. The sun is still not up.
Further inland as in this kampong in Darat Batu Rakit, the monsoon rain turned fields into lakes.
And the boats at Merang jetty take a rest from their daily runs to Pulau Redang and Pulau Lang Tengah.
The tourists instead flocked to Pulau Duyong. They saw a fiercer monsoon this time around.
5 Muharam 1432By Ramli AR, at 8:05 PM
Apa khabar Pokku?
R%Amli- Alhamullillah, baik.By Bustaman, at 9:45 PM
Pokku,Subhanallah dan Allahu Akbar, the beauty and serenity is absolutely perfect.By abdulhalimshah, at 7:41 AM
Pokku dear,By Cat-in-Sydney, at 7:53 PM
Wish we were there with you...except that cats don't like water....especially torrential rain. Sejok! purrrr....meow!
salam pokku, saya sentiasa ikuti blog ini, dan tertariknya saya, kerana saya blum tau di mana pokku sebenarnya, manakala saya bertugas di pantai Merang.By Ahmad, at 3:01 PM
Ahmad, saya dilahirkan di Merang semasa bapa saya bertugas di sana. Saya di Kuala Lumpur dan sesekali balik ke Kerang.By Bustaman, at 6:35 PM
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