There are a lot of Filipinos working here in Singapore, some of them are my friends even. I had a classmate in college who started working here last November yet we haven't seen each other. I know that SG is just a small country but still, our schedules seem to not match all the time.
Thank God, after about four months, I finally got to meet her. And she brought her friend, too.
We went to this a nature park called Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve just today and I want to share some pictures.
Beautiful Mangrove roots take center stage as water recedes due to the low tide.
Stopping for Lunch (From Left: Grace, Gerce, Nica and Me)
Smile! Thank God for tripod and camera's with timers.
Lookie! It's a crab with only one huge pincer and what seems to be only one eye!
I love this little structures along the Mangrove Arboretum.
Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve is a nature park where mangroves and wetland wildlife thrive. It is home to mangroves and associated wildlife as well as to resident birds such as herons, kingfishers and sunbirds. For more information, please visit their website.
See yah later!