As we made another U-turn, and saw the huge lake of the flooded valley, the two kids stopped chattering. The thought of not making it to the birthday party suddenly became very real. And that was such an incomprehensible thing to happen. Mike said we should had taken the freeway, instead off going through the countryside, and that would be like one and a half hours back. And the kids kept saying, no no no oh no, please please please, we want to party. Hmmm.
At the junction that took us to the North side of the hill road - we ignored the GPS instruction, instead we took the South hill road opposite of what was suggested by the GPS earlier. Then we followed back the GPS instruction. After circling a few hills, of small twisted hill road, we reached a road that looked more like a main road. Not too long after, Mike said, "That is my old school." "What!!!" We all got so mad at him. "Oh I know what I was doing." Said he nonchalantly. No we did not break any of his limb, we still needed him to drive us to the party and back.
Thirty minutes later we arrived at the much looked forward birthday party and met most of Mikey's clan - who all gave us a cheery "welcome to America."
|Birthday girl and her crews|
|Muddy Estuary visitor at Muddy Water|
The birthday party was held at the "Muddy Water Cafe". We came from Kuala Lumpur, also means Muddy Estuary. Heh, life is funny.