Saturday, May 22, 2010

Navy Open House

Posted by Dawn at Saturday, May 22, 2010
Rain did not dampen our spirits as we made our way to the Navy Open House. We took a train to Expo where we boarded the free shuttle place to our destination. We intentionally went there early to beat the crowd.

The kids were excited.





It was still drizzling when we arrived. So we sat under the shelter while the kids were entertained by balloon sculpturer.

After a while, we walked around. The place was quite big. So it was rather tiring.


After a while, I grew bored of the ships as they looked almost the same to be.


I told CT that they actually looked like some ship in a very low grade, lousy graphics 3D computer game. They looked so plastic.


They had long queues of people waiting to go onboard the ship. There was also free duck tours on their amphibious vehicles




After looking at most of the ships, we went into the family zone area where there are lots of game booths.





I would say, this section of the Open House was the most fun as there were games suitable for everyone. CT had a go at the gun, while CT and I played a Memory Game and as for the children...they had bouncy castles. Caleb also went for a photo shoot in uniform! He looked so smart!





I was actually afraid he would back out and not do it after I paid for it. Thank God he didnt and he actually enjoyed himself, though he looked absolutely blur throughout. I think he enjoyed dressing up that's why.

Here's the final outcome we got from the photo shoot! Can't imagine next time when he really gets into National Service when he wears the uniform. I would be so proud!



All in all, we had a wonderful, but tiring time. Oh by the way, I met my 4T1 students there. Pleasant surprise. Spent about 5 hours there!

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