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Day 7 : Sydney Fish Market

Day 7 : Sydney Fish Market

20 Jun 2014 Sydney Fish Market – Australian National Maritime Museum – Paddy’s Market The fathers went out early in the morning to to return the rented car. While waiting for the fathers, the children played together in the room and at the lobby. Simple things make the children so happy and delightful! How I...
Day 6 : Departing from Bilpin to Sydney

Day 6 : Departing from Bilpin to Sydney

19 Jun 2014 Departing from Bilpin Springs Lodge We woke up earlier so that we could spend our last few hours enjoying the morning fresh air and chirping of the birds at the lodge. I took my cup of hot chocolate and went out to enjoy the cool weather while Dot walked down the steps...
Day 5 : The Three Sisters and Scenic World, Katoomba

Day 5 : The Three Sisters and Scenic World, Katoomba

18 Jun 2014   The Three Sisters and Scenic World at Katoomba After our breakfast at the lodge, we walked to another bigger pond to fish. Coolpa went with us. Along the way, Dot was trying to play the role of “owner”, commanding Coolpa to follow her. The pond was surrounded by tall green trees...
Day 4 : A fun-filled day at Bilpin Springs Lodge, Blue Mountains

Day 4 : A fun-filled day at Bilpin Springs Lodge, Blue Mountains

17 Jun 2014 Bilpin Springs Lodge, Blue Mountains I woke up early and took a peek out of the curtain to see a bright and cheery day awaiting for us. Hearing the birds chirping and the clucking of the hens filled my heart with excitement. While Dot was still dozing away on the warm and...
Day 3 : Off to Featherdale Wildlife Park

Day 3 : Off to Featherdale Wildlife Park

16 Jun 2014 Sydney – Featherdale Wildlife Park – Blue Mountains Jay and KL went out early in the morning to pick up the car from Bayswater car rental. We rented a 8-seater Toyota Tarago for four adults and three children. We had a slight problems loading all our baggages when we were preparing to...
Day 2 : Family Funday Sunday in Sydney

Day 2 : Family Funday Sunday in Sydney

15 Jun 2014 Sydney – Darling Harbour – Manly Beach We left our hotel for Paddy’s Markets to look for a suitable place for breakfast at about 8.30am. It was an easy and comfortable walk. If we have such weather in Singapore, it would be perfect. This strange bird is quite common in Sydney city....
Day 1 : Sydney, here we come!

Day 1 : Sydney, here we come!

We just came back from a 7-day winter holiday trip to Sydney with Kuan Loong, Kelly and their two lovely children. Winter in Sydney is different – no snow, only cool weather, sometimes a little chilly. It was a great escape from the warm and humid weather we have back home in Singapore. God has...
What the children like about Cameron Highlands trip

What the children like about Cameron Highlands trip

28 September 2013 It was a fruitful and fun 4D3N trip at Cameron Highlands. Though it was not my first visit there, I had many new experiences travelling with the children. We had fun visiting the Market Square at Kea farm, Sungei Palas BOH tea plantation, the mossy forest, Butterfly Garden,agrofarm tour and the must-visit...
Day 3: Time Tunnel Museum, Cameron Highlands

Day 3: Time Tunnel Museum, Cameron Highlands

27 September 2013 This place is a must-visit if you want to get to know more about Cameron Highlands. It is recognized as one of the main attractions in Brinchang. So thankful that our tour guide, who actually is the owner of the tour agency, gave us a free tour at Time Tunnel Museum. We...
Day 3: Agrofarm tour, Cameron Highlands

Day 3: Agrofarm tour, Cameron Highlands

27 September 2013 It was raining cats and dogs in the morning. So thankful that when it was time for our afternoon agrofarm tour, the sky was clear and bright again. We went to a traditional vegetable and fruit farm, hydroponics farm using Israel’s farming technology, watercress farm, cactus garden and a flower nursery that...
Day 3: Splashing good time at Equatorial Hotel, Cameron Highlands

Day 3: Splashing good time at Equatorial Hotel, Cameron Highlands

27 September 2013 The sky was very misty in morning when we looked out from the verandah while having our breakfast. I could hardly see anything beyond probably about 30 metres. Later, I learnt that we had heavy rain that morning. Thank God, we had nothing planned that morning. Our agro-farm tour was in the...
Day 2: Butterfly Garden, Cameron Highlands

Day 2: Butterfly Garden, Cameron Highlands

After our nature discovery tour, we asked our tour guide to drop us at the Butterfly Farm. However, he recommended us to visit the Butterfly Garden which was next to Butterfly Farm and we followed his advice. For only 5 RM for each adult, 2 RM for each child (child below five is free), we...
Day 2: Mossy forest Brinchang, Cameron Highlands

Day 2: Mossy forest Brinchang, Cameron Highlands

More than three years ago, Jay and I were here with my parents and in-laws at this cloud forest , which is also called mossy forest. Earlier this year, we also went to a man-made cloud forest at Garden by the Bay. This time, we brought our children who are between two to five years...
Day 2 : Nature discovery tour, Cameron Highlands

Day 2 : Nature discovery tour, Cameron Highlands

26 September 2013 We had to wake up early for breakfast and prepare for our morning half-day nature discovery tour to Sungei Palas BOH tea plantation, the summit of Gunang Brinchang and the Mossy forest. The children were happily doodling at the hotel lobby while waiting for our tour guide to pick us up. Sungei...
Day 1: A relaxing day at Cameron Highlands

Day 1: A relaxing day at Cameron Highlands

We were away for a short 4D3N (4 days 3 nights) holiday at Cameron Highlands with our friends and Dot’s favourite friend. All of us were looking forward to this long awaited trip, especially the children. We went to the Market Square at Kea farm, Sungei Palas BOH tea plantation, the mossy forest, Butterfly Garden,...