Saturday, March 30, 2013
We stopped here for lunch. I heard my older one asked the staff "Mana tandas?" This is what I like being among the Malay community, my children get to immerse in the national language.
These will prevent the "orang minyak" from coming, so they said.
Below are some snippets of what they did during the 2 night camp out.
Herding the cows
Checked on bird feeder
Goats came to visit.
Feeling the sand barefooted.
Sunning our solar bulbs
Experiencing the tail end of North East monsoon wind.
Demonstration on chocolate making.
Visiting a chocolate museum is one of my children favourite places to go. This is the second chocolate museum we visited, Beryl was the first one.
The museum here has more information and the tour is slightly longer.
Read more here.
My kid is curious about what I played when I was a kid and that's how we came to this museum. I have not seen or own many of the toys on display and that was because we hardly have any toys last time.
She wish she could see what I wore and the things I have owned before. How I wish I have kept all my old things.
There is a pedestrian bridge that links Art and Science Museum to Garden by the Bay. It is a huge garden and entrance is free except for the plants exhibits inside the domes.
The kids are not interested to read the information provided all over the garden.
Spotted a pair of lovey dovey milipedes making out.
Here is En, going through the Lego mazes.
All the Lego art sculpture pieces are really fantastic and each one comes with an inspiring message.
The exhibition ends on 27 May 2013.
"Beware the wind of life that nibble away your sense of self. Stay strong "
Driving up the curvy and narrow mountain path to MNS-Boh plantation chalets which is located among the serene tea plantation.
My 8yo wasn't at all bothered by the damp muddy trail up to Gunung Irau. According to her dad, she insisted on reaching the peak. She didn't manage to reach the top at the given time. All hikers were supposed to turn around and head back at 2pm.
It is very normal to see hikers stepped into a swampy area and when they tried to pull out their legs, their shoe will still be inside the mud.
Every steps to be taken with caution.
At Bukit Saga Waterfall.
It was a long and tiring hike without enough food. We underestimated the hiking time, thinking that we would hiked down by lunch hour. This hike was longer than Bukit Tabur! We must carry our lunch in the next hike.
The visit to MMEA was a great discovery for me. The children had a great one hopping from one ship to another. I am thankful that the officers are very helpful and generously showing us around.