Kepong Metropolitan Park is very scenic with a large lake there. However, during the time I went there were many people there as it was a public holiday - Prophet Muhammad's Birthday. The car park was filled with many cars and parking places were limited.
The playground was filled with children. E was very brave and went on his own to play. S was also getting more courageous. Previously, if he saw anyone else playing the same playground equipment, eg, slide he would not want to go ahead. Now, he is OK with other children being there and can play alongside them.
As it was quite chaotic with many children in the playground, we decided to move on and walk around the area. We passed by this large field and the boys decided to run in it. (They love running in large fields). There was a small tarred road which we walked on, but we had to be careful of motorbikes which also used the road. Are they allowed on this road ? It became more of us being on the lookout for these bikes and wasn't a relaxing stroll at all.
|S and Daddy on the jogging track|
We came to this tower near the lake. We walked up and up and up to the topmost level...and was dissapointed to find the top was only a small place. S felt afraid as we went to the top as he could see the holes in the metal floor when looking up. E was influenced by S and started to feel scared. However, they were persuaded to go up and managed to get to the top.
|At the top of the tower|
We didn't complete the whole loop around the lake. It was a bit too far for us. We headed back to the playground near the parking lot.
|The boys comparing their shadows. Whose shadow is longer?|