While packing her school bag for tomorrow as school resumes, Jerlene found a certificate presented to her before the school holiday. It was a certificate of appreciation for her role as a Mathematics Leader last year.
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Today is the last day of the one month June school holiday. As such, I decided to bring Jerlene and Javier to a movie treat. No surprise, it's going to be "Minions".
We went to our favourite Prata Shop for lunch today. On our way back to the car, we saw the below "broken" tree.
One of Jerlene's classmates, who happens to be our neighbour, was celebrating his birthday this evening. Quite a number of his classmates were invited to the BBQ session and followed by games facilitated by his parents.
Since the family also knows Javier, he was invited as well. However, I was told that he seemed to have been left out at times and was in a bad mood. Fortunately the elder sister from the family managed to console him. Sigh....this boy...... :-)
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After leaving Port Dickson, we decided to drive to Legoland. The journey was about 3+ hours and we should still be able to spend 1-2 hours in the park. We finally reached Legoland at about 5:30pm after the long drive.
We will be checking out of Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson today. I tried to find the highest point in the area to take a picture of the entire development. As the main hotel building was still not ready, I went up to the highest level of the multi storey carpark. These are the best pictures I can get.
Just before checking out, Jerlene and Javier spent some great time at the playground.
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We again had late dinner tonight. Jerlene and Javier requested for Pizza. So that's where we went, Pizza Hut at PD Port Dickson. Taste good and pretty cheap. :-)
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Time flies and our second day in Port Dickson is almost over. Time to jump into our private pool and enjoy it to the fullest. Woo........!!!!!
Jump in hand-in-hand.
This is the most acrobatic jump from Jerlene!
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After lunch, we drove to another attraction in Port Dickson, the PD Ostrich Show Farm. Though it's called an Ostrich Farm, it's actually more like a mini zoo where it houses animals such as ponies, donkeys, goats, several breeds of rabbits, silkies and fizzled fowls, geese, turkeys, ducks and a host of other fowls. We bought some feeds from the admission counter and were all ready to feed the animals. Ostrich enclosure was our first stop and the kids had their first taste of feeding the largest bird on earth.
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We left the amazing Blue Lagoon beach at about 1pm. We decided to drive to PD Waterfront to have our lunch.
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As mentioned in my previous post, the water at Blue Lagoon bay is very shallow. I decided to walk out to the sea to see how far I can go. When I reached about 10 metres away from the shore, I was pretty shocked by what I saw. Millions of tiny creatures were crawling all over the place. As I knelt down to take a closer look, they were actually mini crabs and hermit crabs. It's really amazing.
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