At other times, Granny Jameela would peel some pomelos (see picture above) which she plucked from a tree just beside the house and give us. They were sweet, but a little bitter.
Then, Wak Aim dismantled his house and rebuilt it on another piece of land not far from there (presently the place where his youngest daughter, Rafeah's house is now standing). A few years after that, granny's house was taken down and rebuilt next to dad's house. Then Mak Itam followed suit, leaving Mak Ngah, Bang Long Katup alone, apart from Wak Ong who lived a little bit further. After Bang Long joined the felda scheme in Kota Tinggi, Mak Ngah went to stay with Bang Nal in Kuala Lumpur and her house was sold to Wak Lajim. The place became barren of any houses and deserted.
A few years back, Zamzam built a house at more or less the old area and stayed there, then Bang Hamid built his at the end of last year. Now there are two houses at that place, and it looks cheerful again.