Speaking frankly, it is certainly not what I had expected it would be. It feels like RM 55 was flushed down the drain.
Ok back into it. The journey would take 1 hour, only for the driver to got the wrong direction. Nevertheless, we had some fun in the bus.
Then we were divided into four groups of 20, with 15 of us Morianz together. The first thing we did was a walk into the jungle and the place we would be when night falls to see the fireflies. Took some photo here and there then zoom back to the hall for some kind of astronomy talk.
We then head back into the camp and walk into the place mentioned earlier to catch a glimpse of the disappearing fireflies of Kuala Selangor. But who would have guess that on the night of full moon, the fireflies tend to 'hide' themselves(that's what the leader says) and we weren't able to see many of it, only a few I would say. There's even more mosquito than fireflies!
well.. those are kensettians
But the full moon did do us good on another programme which is the stargazing stuff. We managed to get a close-up on the moon and we saw saturn for the very first time. What I mean is, we actually can see saturn with our naked eyes but it only seems like a normal glowing star. But with the telescope, we were able to see saturn and the rings too! but the image is still considerably small to be captured by camera.