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  1. Teng
    3146 days ago
    December 7, 2009 at 1:14 pm


    Like your articles and waiting to stay at your farm! You should have tried the Tarap in Sabah. They are much better and cheap! A big one costs less than RM3! My wife never misses these whenever we go back to KK during holidays. How’s the renovation getting on?

  2. The Kebun
    3132 days ago
    December 21, 2009 at 4:22 pm

    Greetings Teng,

    The Buah Terap are actually bigger in Sabah. I tasted some when on my way to Tambunan and also in Keningau. We have a few tree’s on the farm and they all taste different and come in different sizes. There is one tree behind which has the largest and sweetest fruits just like in Sabah but just between you and me i think it is because it sits right next to the chicken house.

    The renovation is going on fine but some delay here and there, mostly because we are needing some extra work done. The Turkeys need bigger housing as with the Geese and that should be well completed by mid January.

    We look forward to catching up with you one day soon!

    Regards, Farmer Adrian

    p/s was it you who called Olivia some weeks back?

  3. Teng
    3131 days ago
    December 22, 2009 at 9:53 am

    Hi Adrian,

    Yes, it is me who called. We wanted to expose the kids to life in a farm and being school holidays we thought it would be a good time. Besides that, I guess we had enough of holidays in a hotel/resort by the sea with the swimming pool as the main attraction! Anywhere, we have brought them to another farmstay last week with another 2 families where the kids have a grand time fishing while we adults sit back and enjoy the fresh air and company. It’s definitely different from staying in a hotel and we would like to try it again next holidays.

    Cheers and all the best! Merry Christmas!

  4. The Kebun
    3124 days ago
    December 29, 2009 at 12:15 pm

    Hello Teng,

    The mention of your wanting to expose the kids to life on a farm reminded me of some visitors we had last Christmas. Amongst them were a few teenagers and it made me realize how detached this generation has become (not by their own fault) to real life.

    It completely blew me away when none of them had even seen a live chicken and i chuckled under my breath when they were asking how to tell the difference between the ‘boys and girls’ amongst the goats and sheep. I mean it’s pretty obvious when the boys have their rather large dangling bits about aye?

    Anyways this is life and i suppose at most times we are not really all that responsible for what we eventually become as adults when we are brought up in a certain environment.

    May the new year bring many blessings to you and your family.

    Farmer Adrian

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