My fishing trip today was spoilt by the haze.
This is what it looked like at the river,
The uncle who was supposed to take us upstream in his boat advised us to cancel our plan.
"In this haze, you'll only catch flu, not fish," he said.
The API reading of the area today was at as unhealthy level of 147.
I wish the Indonesians can stop burning their Sumateran forests.
Well, so much for fishing.
We ended up eating steamed kerapu fish, grilled prawns and fried sweet potatoe leaves at a restaurant by the river.
Oh, and the iced kedondong asam boi drink was heavenly.
Despite the no fishing, the trip to the river was not so bad.
I was happy.
Reached home about 5pm.
Meanwhile, on the news front, the crane tragedy in Mecca late yesterday was so shocking.
Condolences and prayers for the victims.
Hopefully the Malaysian pilgrims who are still missing will be found safe.
Then there's the PAP's landslide victory in the Singapore general election.
Congratulations to Lee Hsien Loong and all Singaporeans for a smooth and peaceful electoral process.
I think they made the right choice.
If I'm a Singaporean, I would have voted PAP too.
They have a clean and efficient government for half a century since independence, why then they need to change it?
Okay, Singaporeans tend to be a bit skima (not cool) because of the tight control of their life by the PAP government, but they seemed happy with it.
A bit of complaints here and there, but generally they appeared satisfied with their life....maybe more satisfied than Malaysians.
For one thing, they have a better football team than ours.
And of course they have a really nice and handsome PM,