A walk in the park
I asked the Reveller
what I could blog about today and he told me that he'd write about cover charges in bars. Title? How To Ruin Business Without Really Trying.
So that was him sorted out. I figured I'd have a look at a blog or two for my inspiration and came across this in Casino Avenue
: "I was asked to visualise a peaceful, relaxing place ...... for me, a walk in the park can do the trick." He was referring to Greenwich Park
; ah, been there, done that.
And then I remembered that the Jakarta Post
recently had a picture of some masochists undergoing reflexology ~ the manipulation of the 10,000 nerve ends in the feet ~ at Monas, the open space which can be difficult to get to near the Presidential Palace. Apparently enough folk enjoy the pain of walking barefoot on large pebbles that they're going to extend the path. As in Greenwich Park, there are deer at Monas. As these seem to suffer extreme stress, perhaps they could be encouraged along the path.