Sunday, January 24, 2010

Morning Hike

We all understand that a few weeks ago, the weather was so bad. Heavy downpour and floods everywhere means going to Tasek has never been more troublesome.





So during that time, when I suddenly woke up very early in the morning on a good weather around 5 am and got nothing to do, I decided to go Tasek.

One of the reason why I chose to go is also because I'm afraid it might rain in the afternoon.





I'd usually go there during afternoons because I'm too lazy to wake up in the morning feeling like P. Diddy and go Tasek looking like a zombie.



Nice trees.

It has been a really long time since I've been there in the morning. The only difference you get are the people who went there. It's slightly more colder in the morning.





Quite a number of people were already there, but not that many people. Most parents are probably busy sending their kids to school. So I guess that's why there's not that much people.

In fact, a lot of 'aunties' were there doing Tai-Chi.





Yeap, that's right. This made me realise that majority of the people who went to Tasek in the mornings are actually 'senior' people.

But if you wanna know the average number of people who went to Tasek on a normal day, just refer to this pie chart below.





After learning the surface of the hill isn't so wet and muddy, I went for a hike.

As I said before, because of floods and the bad weather, the rivers in Tasek were actually dyed into the colors of Teh-C Peng or Teh Tarik.





I couldn't find any life in the rivers with my naked eye. I wonder if the small little fishes were alive and swimming in the Teh-C Peng.

Heck, if it's the real Teh-C Peng, I bet we can even find humans swimming in the river.





Took this picture above because it looks creepy and mysterious. I wonder what's in there.

Maybe it leads us to Pandora.





At some point in the trek, I met this woman. She was standing somewhere high and is facing towards the beautiful view of lush green canopy of trees which Nazrin and I called the 'Giant Bowl of Broccolis".





And then, she yelled. Very. Loudly!

Not yelling a me, but yelling at the view. You know, people would yell at the sea but this woman was yelling at the forest.

No offense but I was starting to suspect the mental state of that woman. Hmmmm..





Yep. And that's all. That concludes my morning hike at Tasek.

Because I've been blogging about Tasek so so so many times, this might be my last post about Tasek in a long time.

I shall update again very soon. :)

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