I’m not in too much of a blogging mood lately because I’ve been obsessed with working on some DIY clothing projects in my spare time. But I thought I’d quickly share this all-you-can-eat durian thing in case there are any readers in KL who really love durian.
I’m leaving Malaysia in less than a week. After over a year of being here, I’m happy to say that I’ve done mostly everything I wanted to. I’ve checked off most of my Malaysian wishlist items, including: going to Penang, Melacca, Langkawi, and Redang, going up KL tower, and trying most Malaysian dishes at least once.
But with my imminent departure looming so close, there was one more thing I still haven’t done. And it’s a biggie.
I just never got around to it. First, it’s just not a very appetizing idea. And I wouldn’t just go around eating it by myself. And even when I mentioned to friends that I want to try it, the response I’d get is “it’s not the season.”
Well guess what, finally it’s durian season right before I’m due to leave. So this past weekend, I grabbed the one person I know who loves durian more than anything in the world and asked him to take me to eat it – my local friend James.