Thursday, September 4, 2008

Freeze no more with Fire pits

Everyone in the world is affected by Global Warming. Here in Malaysia, temperatures seem higher than they used to be, say, a decade ago. If it does not rain for an extended period of a week or so, the weather will be a common topic of greeting-exchange.

Personally, I prefer hot weather than cold weather. I remember being up at Genting Highlands one time and we ventured outdoors early one morning, and it was like freezing out there. Made me wish we had fire pits beside us. Oh yes, Genting Highlands can be cramp-cold in the mornings at that elevation of about 6000ft above sea-level.


  1. Anonymous1:42 PM

    I want the best of both and cold! Hahha..but having to choose, will pick hot..the cold can be terribly unbearable and far as what I have experienced.

  2. When it's hot, we can do wonders, right? But best of both worlds is definitely, definitely nice.

  3. i also prefer warm weather to cold weather. Afterall, we are born in tropical countries ;)

  4. I like it just nice - neither hot or cold. But if have to choose, I prefer hot. Then I can try to go to places with air-con, or make excuses for another round of ice cold drinks or ice-cream!

  5. MB, yeah, natural inclination - comfort zone.

    Foong, but of course! LOL!