This was yesterday, when we first touched down and waiting for our driver to pick us up.
The sky was bright by five. We didn't set the alarm and I thought we were late. The day starts early for the folks here (summer) and it seems my children have adapted to the timing here. Nope, in actual fact, this is their waking hour, even back in Singlaland.
Rise and shine! We pray for good weather!
But our driver has warned us that these few days, it would be rainy. Storm... that's why.
You guess what's the entertainment...
Not difficult at all, eh?
Trying out their milk tea. I think I'll buy these back, as in bring back home.
Our driver, we call him Jack, told us that there are two groups of people who will go crazy with these bottles of tea and coffee.
You guess it right. Singaporeans 🙋🏻🙋🏻🙋🏻! And Koreans.
Breakfast place is not bad!
Like the range of breakfast food items...
The hotel even gift a cake to the birthday girl, P. I think this is thoughtful of them.
Presenting a card.
Happy birthday, P!
Note to self. Dan likes sweet potato ...
But it has to be presented in this manner, like ice-cream.
Kids were forced to have morning nap, while on the way to Leofoo village.
We are here! The kids are so excited!
Blessed with perfect weather! Woohoo! Time to play! Thank you God!
The amusement park entrance fee is complimentary/ included in the price that we pay for our accommodation, on top of breakfast and dinner. We placed our luggage with the concierge and took a shuttle bus to the amusement park. It's unanimous that we skip that water theme park since we didn't bring the appropriate clothing and well, there's simply not enough time to cover everything.
So happy to see blue skies! We actually thought it would be a rainy day but it was cloudy and at times windy!
To the amusement park first. We wanted to take advantage of the good weather.
She's so happy!
Rides and more rides. The girl is so courageous. She wanted to take the rides while I just want to take the less exciting ones.
Btw, she didn't take this ride. She and papa did indeed go for the more exciting ones but no pics.
Didi and I were less adventurous
The two princesses...
Except the one on our right is very samseng.
His fav animal.
Please wear sneakers cos it's a whole day full of walking.
This is the highlight, to me. I'll prefer to have them near nature and animals as compared to, well, machines (that's me lah).
Horses... but the boy was scared!
DJ got the boy to feed the sheep.
Please bring stroller along. The hubs and I tried to be gungho and didn't bring stroller for this trip so we had to take turns carrying him when he didn't want to walk.
But we also found out that F could actually walk the whole day without much complaints. Had we brought along the stroller, she would have whined and wanted to sit on it once in a while. But because we didn't, it's bo pian ...😉
Hey, looking at you, meerkat!
Camel, an Asian animal, part of our Asian study.
This is my fav. We were on the tram viewing the animals from our seats.
Safari tour on the tram..
By now, the kids were tired since they did without an afternoon nap. It's non-stop action from 10.30am to about 3pm. I was tired!
Waiting for Auntie DJ to buy this.
What's that, papa?
Finally saw a real one.
Tmr we do this ok?
We decided to head back to the hotel at about half past three since it was drizzling and it was almost time to check in (check in time is 4pm!). So we had to miss the viewing of lions on the bus.
The hotel was crowded when we were back.
And here's our almost S$500 room.
We had quite a good view, you see?
Back in the room, after a good dinner.
Learning about the animals...
Saturday, 2 Sep 2017
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