Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Duck Tours (Part 2)

Here is where we begin our descend from land to sea.
Everyone were so excited to watch the boat splash right into the Kallang River.

I was in the first boat, the boat behind were the group of lucky students with their teachers out on an excursion.

As our boat started to descend into the water, it was a bit bumpy.

Then splash into the river the boat went, the wheels of the boat could not be seen and we spend about 40 minutes on sea cruising the Kallang River and Singapore River.

The boat with the students and teachers caught up with us and I managed to take a nice photo of the boat.


Jules said...

As I teacher - only part-time now - this makes me tired. Those excursions were so stressful I would spend the whole day counting heads hoping one hadn't fallen in the river!!!!

evlahos said...

the trip goes on beautifully

Old Wom Tigley said...

I should think the kids loved these.. and hiding for teachers like Jules to to cause stress. :O(

alicesg said...

Hahaha Jules, you are absolutely right.

napaboaniya said...

That's going to be on my list of bringing my kids during the June vacation :)

p/s: Yup the door is from the Hindu temple at Katong :)

Lawstude said...

Now its on water. Fantastic.

alicesg said...

Napaboaniya, remember to ask for special discount for locals for the ducktours only. I got good discounts. I think there is a promotion going on for locals. Your kids will be very happy.

quinttarantino said...

Hello there Alice ... imagine that even I, the owner of the blog don´t know what happened ... yesterday by middle of the afternoon it vanished ... just like that ... that and two more I had in portuguese ... I never thought that could happen to me.

So I had to create a new one.
Bbut I'll keep it simple this time.
One photo, some few words if needed and keep in touch with the friends.
No more of those elaborated post and comment post, they were killing me.

alicesg said...

OMG Quin, I am sorry your blog vanished. It is scary. I think I need to back up my blog. Think of all your hard work and nice blog gone in one day. I will link your new blog.

GMG said...

Hi Alice! I’m profiting from the holiday to anticipate the weekly visit… ;)
So, hippotours, magic shows, ducktours; much fun around the equator... ;)
Those ducktours must be a big hit; I remember seeing them last time in Singapore!
Thanks for your comment on Blogtrotter, which is still around the imperial town of Marrakesh. Hope you enjoy and have a great weekend!

Squirrel said...

Duck tours are fun! We have this is Massachusetts.

zakscloset said...

it must have been so much fun to be on the boat on a beautiful sunny day like that!