Saturday, June 25, 2011

Cycling trip to Punggol End

Decided on a cycling trip to Punggol End for a walk where I met with L today.

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Some development on-going here. Think this should be the artificial river the cuts through Punggol estate.

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An exotic climber that has escaped cultivated and practically engulfed this sea almond tree, the Drunken Sailor, Quisqualis indica.

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The droopling flowers is probably the reason why it is ‘Drunken’.

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We bashed into the rubber forest, but only for awhile, as there were too many mosquitoes biting me. So much love for me =.=’’

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Some kampung remnants in the forest.

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Fruits of a common climber, Fibraurea tinctoria.

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While looking at this Cacao tree, Theobroma cacao

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I spotted a flash of bright green and realised that it was a whip snake! Cool~

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Lastly, we took a walk along the developing promenade at Punggol End beach and saw two Chinese collecting nerite snails. Looking at the size of the bulk, they probably got more then 50 snails…

1 comment:

Kwang Hong Chang said...

Are the kampung remnants still around? May I know where is the location?

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