We love to bring our kids to explore the outdoors. I’m sharing a blog post from the past, when we brought the kids to Labrador Park. That was 2 years ago! I think it’s about time we bring the kids there again!
Post dated 6 April 2011:
A year ago, we brought our boys to Labrador Park for the very first time. We had a nice family outing there, with the boys playing quietly in the sand. Somehow, we’ve forgotten about that place and didn’t go back, until two weeks ago. The place still looks the same, but this time, the kids are a year older, and we have baby gal with us on this outing.
It’s interesting how, in this tiny island, there can still be places which we forget about. I’ve totally forgotten about this place until one day a few weeks ago, the boys were flipping through the photos in my iPhone and saw the photos which I’ve taken in this place. Our eldest asked the hubby to bring him there again and we were cracking our brains trying to recall what place that was! J totally couldn’t remember having been to this place before, as he was only slightly past 2 years old then.
Anyway, this time round, on our second visit, our boys had a fantastic time playing with the sand and the playground again. The sand seems whiter and cleaner this time!
The maze-like thing that they played in last year is still there.
While the boys were running around, all baby gal could do was to lie quietly in her stroller. I think the next time we visit this place again, she’ll be running around together with her two brothers. That’ll be fun.
One thing about Labrador Park which I don’t like is the mosquitoes! If we ever visit that place again, insect repellant is a must! Nevertheless, it is a great place to catch the sunset. I was snapping away the whole time, experimenting with my new Canon Powershot S95. We saw quite a number of photography enthusiasts there that day, with their bulky cameras and tripods, shooting the sunset.
Here are some of the shots I took that day.
We left that place when the sun was setting. On our way to the carpark, we saw a double rainbow!
Beautiful, I must say.
A memorable way to end the day. And I believe I won’t forget the name of this place again.
Have you been to Labrador Park recently? Has the place changed since our last visit two years ago?
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