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December 2011 School Holidays Local Trail : Amazonia


The benefits of having young kids is that we as adults (being parents) can have fun too on playground without others laughing at us :)

These slides can be extremely exciting especially if it is really tall.  I guess this is the main attraction at our newly added indoor playground “Amazonia”  in Singapore (location Great World City level 3).

Open to kids from 3 to 12 years old, Brendan played to his heart’s content, busy sliding - before he turned 13 *ha*. Kids below 3 years old can have heaps of fun too at Jungle Gym.



Tired of playing in the big playground?

It’s time to play golf in a glowing environment or even have some shooting thrills at Space Ball.




With skeletons and dinosaurs and their surprise noises.





Like most other indoor playgrounds, Amazonia has a cafe for parents to laze their legs or have some cakes/drinks/meals while the kids have heaps of fun.

Friday Night Out @ UNIÓN DE RITMOS


Last Friday night was the first time that we attended, as a family, a musical and dance concert with a fusion of  salsa, hip hop, contemporary and ballroom dancing - UNIÓN DE RITMOS  presented by SIM Salsa En Soul.  To give our support to my brother-in-law, the resident choreographer of SIM Salsa En Soul, and who also doubles up as Sound Director and Dancer of the concert.


Anything FIRST time set in a cosy theatre atmosphere —- enthrilled our boys. 





Being able to enjoy dancing and possess those swift and natural dance steps is a passion.  Being able to choreograph a musical dance concert, I would think is ultimate satisfaction:)

December 2011 School Holidays Local Trail : On Board LOGOS HOPE


We boarded LOGOS HOPE on the first day of its arrival at VIVO CITY.



The rain did not stop many from rushing on board. 



Many went for the book fair, with its wide selection of books not found locally.  World’s largest floating book fare. Interesting! More than 5,000 book titles.

Admission to ship (to patronise the book fair is FREE).



For us, we decided to take a tour around too. Here’s a bunk of some of the 400 volunteer crew members.

[$10 per adult and $5 per kid for about 45-minute tour around the ship.]





Well,  at least everyone in the family has a well-spent 2 hours on board. For those who are also interested to pay a visit to this ship of hope - LOGOS HOPE, do so by 29 December before it sets sail. For more information on the ship, read here.

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