Friday, February 8, 2008

A day of swimming at the Club

Chinese New Year holidays are usually spent to 'payback' all the 'sleep dues' and opportunity to catch up, what is it needed to be caught up with. We often not leave town and get caught in the massive traffic movements and premium charges that Malaysian hotels impose on their guests.

Right: Syahana, Aishah and Aliya

So we'd do things like swimming and loafing about.

Left: Getting ready to run and jump into the pool!

I promised the kids to take them swimming. It was a sunny afternoon and we zoomed the Club. And there were not many people either. So we basically had the olympic size pool, to ourselves.

Right: SPLASH!

Of course, when one is with kids and at the pool, one also must tolerate and behave all the kids like behaviours. So one, organised some 'water games', with the kids. Oh yes, why kids? I brought my daughter Aishah, her best friend from school, Syahana and one's own cheeky 6 year old niece, Aliya, to my golf club in Subang.

We had fun. At least, they had loads of fun. Loads of memories in the pool. I learnt how to swim and played the same water games, on the same pool, over thirty years ago!

Right: The kids and my sister

It was top of with the usual dinner, after the swim, at the Dog Leg Terrace. They had fried rice. By then, I was already in KLIA, sending Dato' Mukhriz off to Gaza, via Abu Dhabi and Cairo.

I only had my dinner, at circa 9.45pm.


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