Motoran Waktu Subuh, Aksi Ustaz Felix Siauw Curi Perhatian

Mobimoto.com – Sudah bukan rahasia umum kalau sederet ustaz di Indonesia suka naik motor. Tapi hal itu tidak berlaku bagi Ustaz Felix Siauw. Meski bukan anak motor sejati, pria berdarah Indonesia-China bukan berarti tidak bisa mengendarai motor. Ia lincah mengendarai skuter matik dengan bodi bongsor. Hal itu ditunjukkan lewat sebuah video pendek yang dibagikan jejaring sosial @felixsiauw pada Maret lalu. Saat itu, ustaz yang kini tengah menjadi sorotan tersebut mengendarai motor bersama komunitas Bikers Subuhan Depok. Mereka tengah melaksanakan agenda rutin shalat subuh di tempat-tempat anti mainstream. Menariknya, secara gamblang Ustaz Felix Siauw mengaku kalau dirinya bukan anak motor sejati. “Kelihatan banget bukan anak motor, padahal baru motor bebek, bukan motor kayak kapten Amerika. Anak motor bareng ngaji, anak ngaji main motor, sharing yang baik” tulis @felixsiauw. Namun begitu, hal tersebut tidak menghalangi Felix Siauw dan teman-temannya untuk saling berbagi kebaikan sekaligus menjalin persaudaraan tanpa membedakan latar belakang. Di akhir caption, Ustaz Felix Siauw berterima kasih kepada komunitas Bikers Subuhan Depok yang telah mengajarinya naik mot...

Hire A Cruiser on Lough Derg & Explore the Shannon In Autumn

Ireland is a country of seaways, and waterways which are dominated by the majestic River Shannon. On our island, you can never be more than sixty miles from the nearest navigable bit of sea. Add in the myriad of inland waterways – whether canals, rivers, or lakes – and you have an enthusiastically watery country where it is possible for everyone to have a floating boat berth of some kind within an hour’s journey – and usually much less – from their home. Afloat.ie’s W M Nixon has been cruising our inland waterways in detail for longer than he cares to admit, though he will concede his first venture on fresh water was in command of a 14ft clinker-built sailing dinghy with a tent, a cruise which took place well back into the depths of the previous millennium. But it’s an experience you’ll always wish to repeat as often as possible, and just last week he found himself going again to the waters and the wild, with a family cruise of three generations on the River Shannon’s great inland sea of Lough Derg. Journeying westward to join the good ship Slaney Shannon Star at Portumna on the frontiers of Connacht, the car radio was warbling on about the poor weather, and wondering why in Eng...