Day 2 - 5.30pm, Friday, 18 November 2011
I saw it during Day 1, got very interested, but didn't have the time then.
|Kompleks Kerajaan Negeri Kapit|
another severely underutilised overly air-conditioned buildings built with an eye to the super distant future
Storm clouds were gathering so I admired the castle from afar & made haste on my journey.
Most of the villagers were friendly. Most smiled at me while a few even greeted me. The local populace was a mixture of Malay, Iban & Chinese.
The children looked on curiously as I jogged past. They were probably used to seeing knights on horses instead of running around in designer shorts.
I loved to be on the narrow slightly wobbly bridge. It felt really secure with the waist-high metal fences on both sides.
Kampung Baru Kapit was on the other side & it was very similar to Kampung Muhibbah Beleteh except the former is bigger & has cute school-aged girls staring at me & excitedly calling me names like "Cikgu!".
|view on the way back|
Since we're talking about the area, let me share with you my experience with the eateries in the area.