The second Eid of the year has come and gone. For Hari Raya Haji, we took the bus back to Pasir Mas. But for this Aidiladha post, we focus on games played by Irfan, Aiman and Zara when the cousins rendezvous at their grandparents house in Pondok Lubok Tapah.
Irfan could not wait to meet up with Aiman once again…
…although Irfan had some trouble getting the sand out of his eye at mornings
The first game they played was one Aiman brought: Monopoly. However I don’t think they found any monopole ores
Irfan also brought his badminton racquets back with him, so in the late evenings before the rains the youngsters thwacked shuttlecocks all over the place
Aiman took to Battleship Hidden Threat like a natural. He won against both Irfan and I several times
Even young Zara joined in at Tsuro as the rules were easy enough for her to understand
Soon it was time to go home. Irfan is anxious to play with Aiman again in Kuala Lumpur during his school holidays at the end of the year
The bus arrived two hours late at the new Pasir Mas bus terminal as the Eid played havoc with the traffic from Kota Bharu. We arrived home late, but in one piece.