Dear Friends and Guests,
After twenty years of running Teluk Iskandar Inn, we've decided to retire and close the inn.
This decision was not easy, as these past two decades were full of fond memories. We have enjoyed sharing meals, stories, and experiences with all of you, in our slice of tranquility by the sea.
We'd like to thank everybody for all of their support and memories. Without a doubt, we will carry them with us as we continue onto our next adventure.
We are seeking parties that are interested in leasing, or purchasing Teluk Iskandar Inn. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss potential opportunities.
Thank you so much for twenty years of your support. We look forward to our next adventure!
Kamariah and Ibrahim
Sunday, May 22, 2011
The inn is home to two large and beautiful mango trees. They are estimated to be about 80-100 years old and provide a bounty of fruit every year. Looking at them, they are the sort of tree, Totoro might want to play the flute in at night.
Ibrahim and Kamariah kept the trees when they were constructing the inn, and had to painstakingly monitor the contractors, to ensure that they didn't damage the trees on the land.
Every day brings a bag or two of mangoes to the inn, which Kamariah transforms through culinary magic into mango chutney, sambal, jams and mango fruit tart !
Saturday, May 14, 2011
This pair was spotted on the wood shed, about 50m away from the inn.