I’m working on a guidebook listing fun stuff and interesting places for kids to visit. The age group is from 3 to 18. The focus is on activities around the Klang Valley but I will also be listing popular places from the rest of Malaysia. If there is a place or activity that you think should be included in the book, please let me know via the comment box or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell me what you like about the place or activity which could be anything ranging from cooking classes to art to horse riding to museum visits to hiking etc. Anything goes as long as it’s suitable for kids.
Call me fickle. But I can’t do without this blog. So I’m going to switch it on again. There are stuff that I can’t put into the other blog without ruining its focus as my ‘media gallery’. However I won’t be blogging everyday, more like once or twice a week at most. This blog will also serve as my bulletin board so to speak.
Last week I saw a hell rider on the road. The young man had one hand on his handle bar. The other hand was curled around a BABY seated in front of him. Though the little tot could sit upright, he didn’t look like he was older than one year. The biker slowed down when the light turned red, then when the coast was clear, he zoomed off again. A policeman on a motorbike happened to be waiting at the red lights too. Off he went after him. Yes!
It was my turn to go and I couldnt’ see if the policeman managed to nab the culprit. I hope he did and summoned him for endangering the lives of other people. If that young man wants to kill himself, that’s his business. But that baby there deserves a chance to live to a ripe old age. Yeah, the little tyke might enjoy the feel of the wind rushing against his face but the joy ride is for nought if the life is snuffed out of him prematurely or if he ends up crippled and maimed in an accident.
Some people are so irresponsible. Have you encountered reckless motorcyclists such as these?