Kembara #dekatje: Teatime at Kalumpang Resorts and Training Centre

Feeling famished after our tubing activities, we headed for some tummy warming tea and snacks. Again, it was served the traditional way. Everything was spread on the floor, where everyone sit together and enjoy the meal with our hands.

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Here’s us. Enjoying teatime together. With our still wet clothing. 😛 Yes. All of us were practically still dripping wet from our water actuvities when we had our teatime snack at the hut.

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Our wet clothing did not diminish our appetite though. Tea time snacks that comes in the form of mango glutinuous rice, bubur cha cha, salted fish, boiled tapioca, freshly plucked passionfruit and freshly brewed black coffee were polished off almost immediately.

Who says you got to be all dressed up to the nines to enjoy hi tea? We did it in our wet clothings and still enjoyed everything to bits.