After our normal breakfast of oats and toast (I'm not the type of wife who'd work up a sweat in the kitchen for breakfast)we took a 2 minute drive to Taman TAR and parked our car outside the Taman Ehsan mosque.
|Masjid Darul Ehsan|
|In reality, the slope is pretty steep|
Parking there was on purpose, as we could have parked outside of Kelab Darul Ehsan; but we wanted the more punishing incline. I felt so happy when AHS suggested going for a walk there, instead of making the usual round around our housing area. The only minus point about walking around the Kelab is the macaques. So I brought my stick.
However, I was the minority. True enough there was a handful of them but I have never heard of any untoward incident of the simian attacking anyone. But I just couldn't stop the palpitations in my heart when we had to pass one that was sitting in the middle of the road. I brought my camera, but was too afraid to take a picture of the macaque 'posing' calmly as we walked by.
I don't think the tyre swing was hung there for humans.
There were people from all walks of like: the old and slow, the fast and sprinting, the bow-legged, the agile, the serious, the talkers and the once in awhile: hubby and I.
|A work of art.|
After the good workout, it was kopi Malaysia time. Bring on the mid-week breaks!