16 January 2006


If you're ever at Port Klang, go to North Port. Just down the road where all the yummy seafood restaurants are, there's a very nice seaside walk. I'm not the only one who thinks so: several couples who hang out there probably think the same.
Stand on the walk and watch the sea go by after dark.
When you can't see anything, the imagination gets a workout. Is that the moon peeking out from behind the clouds? Or a flash of lightning from a thunderstorm over Sumatera? Has the breeze suddenly picked up and has it suddenly gone cold? Was that stinging drop of water the first of many to follow? Was it even real?
What about the fishing boat you saw going out before sunset? Will they make it back? Will they be fishing or were they really up to no good?
Then the pride of the Malaysian Navy steams by, roiling the water as it speeds off into the distance. Where will they go? What will they do? What about the Indonesian Coast Guard?
On both sides of Selat Melaka, people ponder. You can't help but wonder if on the other side, someone is wondering if you are wondering that they are wondering, that you are wondering... you get the idea.
I think the North Port is more fun when you can't see anything....


At 2:54 am, Blogger Simple American said...

You made me wonder. ;)

At 5:46 pm, Blogger plink said...

Wonder about wondering about wondering...? ;)

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