Oh, let’s go fly a kite and send it soaring up where the air is clear!

Pi and I finally found some time to do some kite flying at Marine Barrage! Of coourse, that is me flying the kite.

Here’s the video of me fying the kite.


If you can see in this picture, the string is running out and I didn’t notice it.

Gone. I didn’t chase the kite, it was too fast. I simply tapped on Pi’s shoulders while he was looking elsewhere and said, “It flew off, string too short.”

I haven’t even take pictures of Pi flying the kite yet! Argh!

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Food prepared for the kite flying picnic! We’re so hungry!

There’s tamago with crabstick, the egg is so smooth. Nicely done! So proud of myself.

Potato salad. Pi likes this a lot.

Somebody is going to fly a huge kite.

Kids are watching.

Pi too.

Blurry but nice.

Nice sky, going rain soon.

Let’s not forget about the red tea jelly I made too, with the instant mix I bought from Daiso. Not bad.

I brought stuffs to play with.

Tadaa! Gonna frame this up.


Evening shot.


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We went in the Sustainable Singapore Gallery, it’s my first time.

Pi loves doing weird poses in photos.

Old old newspapers.

“I’m watching…”

My head could almost fit in that hole!

Big smile. =D

Oops. Bad aiming. I like the lighting here.

Here’s a more proper picture.

Branches over the head.

Pi playing with the features inside the gallery.

The thin layer of water is so still and I thought it was just acrylic, I even tried touching it.

Inside Gallery 4. There’s a barrage model demonstrating how the Marina Barrage works.


Dam opens up and letting water out.

Gallery 5.

We’re at Ang Mo Kio.

Then in Yishun. Okay, lameeee.

You see us inside?

Pass the Central Courtyard.

Nice view of MBS from here.

That’s a very long kite.

Mother Nature.

Pi is washing is feet. Haha!

At the water playground.


Washing his feet again. =P

Putting our feet out to dry.

He’s got special powers.

To the Marina Bridge.

View from the bridge.

Loads of pictures of us again.

Haha! Here’s a funny video.


Another nice view of MBS.