It was hot and humid but we arrived at the site early having being forewarned that we would be bussed somewhere.
Domestic Goddess took the front horn whilst Ryvita took the back horn.
Alas, that was not to be as walkie-talkies were told to start off first. We set off and the scant paper led us through the housing area and then along storm drains where there were lots of bananas and fruit trees. We emerged through a fence along Jalan Muara and a van was waiting at the bus stop to ferry us across to ‘BSC’ on the opposite side of Jln Muara.We followed paper along the storm drain and continued along the simpang. Soon first check was called and people went in different directions checking. It was a back check and Jeani soon found the on paper.
We went down a short simpang and continued along more storm drain to emerge back on spg 370 to find us on familiar hash site but the jungle was no longer there. As we turned a corner, second check was called which was found again by Jeani. By then the front runners had already caught up and we proceeded back along more storm drains.
Just when we thought we are nearly back at the pick up point, the paper veered off left from the storm drain which took us into the jungle, crossed streams and slidded down steep banks and walk along the river to emerge out of the jungle. We were reliefed see the van waiting to ferry us back to the other side of Jln Muara as it was getting dark.
What a run! I must say it is an unusual and interesting run.
We then trek all the way back to the on site where burgers awaited us by the poolside.
At the shout up Kim received her 50th run award followed by some announcements.
On ! On!