We finished lunch at about 2 p.m...and we went back to the fishing village to wait for the boat to return from the sea. Extremely hot today and the air smelt of salted fish as well as rotting fishes. Certainly not a nice place to hang out for hours during a hot day like today. Finally, the boat came back at about 3.30 p.m. and we waited anticipatedly for them to unload their catchment. Dunno out of a sudden, many people started to hoard the jetty, not good for us though. Luckily, Hubby's friend know the boss well, she reserved all the prawns and pomfret for us. Wuahaha...the rest of the people only get to look.
I managed to snap a few shots while waiting...enjoy!!
Is this the boat? It is??? YIPPEEE!!!
Another smaller boat also came back with lots of giant stingrays!!
They have to sort out their catchment before weighing it
The seller weighing the catchment before putting it up for sale. For record purposes I supposed.
My Hubby, being a fan of sharks (but still eat sharks fin) was absolutely disgusted over these baskets of baby sharks. He said he couldn't understand why they catch it...well, you don't eat doesn't mean other people don't eat ma....got demand then got supply lor!
Giant Stingray!! Definately not going to buy this as it's so big, how to finish it???Chop Chop Chop!! Lady boss cutting our Kurau Fish into cutlets.