A very short entry... and no picture...
SH went to Bukit Tabur last week and it started to rain when he's half way down. What to do, he had to stop at a pondok nearby as he didn't bring poncho. He particularly doesn't like rain during hiking activity as the surface turns out slippery and it's cold too. He has to be extra careful when it rains.
It was only raining on the east side of KL and it was dry on the west side. From Bukit Jalil to Shah Alam, there wasn't a drop of rain at all. Monsoon season is starting soon, that's when the sky is overcast in most days and the temperature is cooler. When that happens SH would really hang his hiking shoes until the monsoon is over.
He noticed the following day that he had blisters (is it really as it contained pus as well?). There were four spots, in between the big toe and the second toe and on the smallest and second smallest toes. They didn't get to dry up under the skin but they ended up bursting leaving the flesh open with no skin. It's painful when he put on socks. For two days at the office, he ended up wearing slippers. It may continue for a few more days.
SH went to see his in-house doctor and she gave him crystal like medicine to be dissolved in warm water. And he had to soak his foot in that warm water of which the color turned out dark purple. The whole idea is to accelerate the drying process of the infected area. Or else, it'll not be easy to recover.
He had to cancel his outdoor activities including jamuan raya. SH hopes to recover soon so that he can continue with his hobby. Hiking!