We went to our favourite watering hole at Taman Tasik Titiwangsa this morning for a long cool morning walk, tosai and teh tarik.
We got there before 8 o'clock and already all the car parks were full. We drove past rows and rows of parked cars along the road, almost all the way round the Park. We felt quite mystified. Then we found the reason why.
These were some of the walkers.
They've been given breakfast, put on their kemeja-T and they're on their way.
But I sit and I wonder. This is World Walking Day. Here are all the walkers. And all of their cars are holding Taman Tasik Titiwangsa in a tight clinch. When it's time to go home, think of the revving engines and the carbon monoxide.
Then there's also Earth Day. Shouldn't we be consciously conserving energy and switching off unnecessary lights every day?
But then I'm a party-pooper, a grumpy old woman.
Perhaps it's because the coconut chutney, the dalcha and the sambar at the tosai stall are getting more and more diluted by the week and the aftertaste of MSG is becoming too biting.
Furthermore, this is the last of the good tosai stalls for us in Kuala Lumpur.
At least these four legs and the two feet are at ease.