November 24, 2007

Run 1602 - Nov 24 2007

ST ANDREW'S (SCOTTISH) DAY RUN

Hare: Ilona & Patrick Russell
Co-Hare: Sharon & Richard Thompson
Venue: Bukit Cheeding Estate, near Banting
Scribe: Alister Beck
Comic: Klaus G

Directions:

From KL, get on to the Kesas Highway heading towards Klang. This can be done from Seremban Highway or from Federal Highway via Sunway or Subang Jaya exits. Pass various toll plaza’s and look out for Kemuning Toll Plaza.
@ Kemuning toll plaza set trip meter and follow signs for Banting. M / KM readings are approx:-
@ 4.8 mile / 7.7 km look for Exit 502 Banting. Exit up slip road and turn left to Banting. Keep straight.
@ 9 m / 7.7 km pass thru Telok Panglima Garang. Pass big NEC factory on right. Keep going straight.
@ 11.1 m / 17.8 km come to Carey Island round-about (NB for On-On) & go left to Banting / Morib
@ 13.5 m / 21.7 km pass thru Jenjarom. Keep going straight
@ 14.9 m / 24.0 km look out for BHP station on left and slow down
@ 15.5 m / 25.0 km look for traffic lights with turn off to left marked Kampung Seri Cheeding. Turn left
@ 18.4 m / 29.6 km watch out for speed bumps as you pass thru Kg Seri Cheeding
@ 20.2 m / 32.5 km turn left into “BOH PLANTATIONS” - bear right thru open boom gate into mixed tea & oil palm estate
Follow hash signs to car parking area adjacent to estate village / football field. Park along road side. Beer wagon at old badminton court

This is virgin running territory and the hares have obtained special permission to set the first ever run for PH3 on this beautiful estate. A very pretty run is promised in unusual terrain with inter-cropped tea and oil palm. The run will be faster and slightly longer (10k) than usual, with no big hills or single file jungle bashing. Or at least, hardly any (!). Please do not let us down with any littering etc.

ON-ON is at sea-food adjacent to Carey Island bridge. Proceed back towards KL and at Carey Island round about take left exit and follow signs to Carey Island. Just before bridge turn left into sea-food restaurant over-looking Carey Island channel. Usual tasty sino-gweilo fare. Anchor @ RM11/ bottle. And a ‘wee dram’ - if you are lucky.

Posted by onsec at November 24, 2007 02:37 PM