So while my wife and the boys cycled, I skated along.
We passed by Big Splash which looked more like Big Smash now.
We stopped by at Ski 360. The skiers seemed to be getting younger nowadays. We thought that this kid of no more than 10 years' old skied very well:
Until we saw another kid of about the same age skiing without a rope!
Actually, she was about to end her skiing session and had just let go of the rope. Haha, did I manage to trick you there for a moment?
To my colleagues MGC and THY - if 10-year-olds can ski like that, what are the 2 of you waiting for, huh? Come on, take up the challenge man! Relax okay? I am not asking the 2 of you to ski like this:
We moved on to the food centre where we saw some beautiful bicycles:
This one was obviously owned by someone with a great sense of humour:
Then we were entertained by a busker, Ms Low Geok Lan 49, who played a harmonica. She was a former taxi driver.
She also showed us what must be the world's smallest working harmonica:
She not only played the harmonica very well, she had also written a Chinese book titled "Why I Never Regret That I Am Not Beautiful".
Someone even produced a DVD of her teaching her students how to play the harmonica:
I proceeded towards Bedok Jetty while my family stayed around castle area. It was quite crowded at the jetty:
There I saw a lighted kerosene lamp which I had not seen for a while:
The owner would probably be hanging it just above the sea surface at jetty later. Can you guess why?