After lunch, we headed to Huis Ten Bosch which is situated in Nagasaki Prefecture, Kyushu Island. In English, "Huis Ten Bosch" means “House in The Forest.” And true to its name this residential-style resort has canals running throughout, is surrounded by greenery, forests, amusements, shops, restaurants, five distinct hotels, a marina and residential area.
As it's already 3pm when we arrived there, we couldn't finish covering the whole 152-hectare area. (lagipon mak buyung jalan
Kinderdijk is the first scenic spot that greet us as we enter Huis Ten Bosch. It feel like we’ve actually gone to the rural Dutch country side as we walk along the canal and windmills towering into the sky. Kinderdijk abounds with tulips in spring.
As we are using tripod, it's easier for us to take our picture together. Walaupun ramai orang lalu lalang, kami tak peduli...posing tetap posing.Slaper)
(blade mechanism of the windmill)
While walking through the garden, we have to occasionally stop because I need to take a rest and stretched my legs before we continue walking. Its good that I walked a lot because it help to ease the pain and aches that I suffered for the past week. Agaknya lama sangat tak exercise, sebab tu otot semua kejang2. Bila kena berjalan banyak2 gini, automatik otot jadi kuat.
Quoting a piece of advice from Kak Sofiah: " enjoy la masa berdua ni sebelum beranak pinak nanti". She was saying this while carrying Syaza who was sleeping soundlessly on her motherly arm.
The wind was blowing so strong and the breezes freshen the air around us. The wind even blowed the tripod ...dummm kebaboooommm...kamera baru beli terjatuh...isk3x..pucat muka masing2 masa nih. Luckily, nothing went wrong to the camera though the tripod suffer 'major injuries' huhuhu debar sangat.
The continuation of the Journey to Nagasaki will be posted in the next entry... tungggguuuuuuuu..........