There were 56 enthusiastic visitors who made that long journey from Singapore to Chek Jawa. I have always called the journey "a skip, hop and a jump" because you have to get to Changi Village first, then 'hop' on to a bumboat, and finally 'jump' to Chek Jawa on an island taxi. Hardly anyone complains about the journey, which kind of tells us just how much Singaporeans love Chek Jawa! Bravo to the visitors!
|Golden Orb Spider|
|Group photo of walk on 27 Feb 2016, Chek Jawa|
|Flowers of the Attap (Nipah) Palm|
|Cotton Stainer Bugs|
|On the mangrove boardwalk|
|Web of a tent spider|
|View of the rocky shore at high tide|
|View of the northern shore of Chek Jawa at high tide|
|Red jungle fowl|
We ended the walk at the English Cottage where the kids did some drawings and the adults rested. It is always a nice way to end the walk by comparing each group's sightings, talk about the experience, and the kids get to ask more questions about the animals. Thanks to everyone who came!
Thanks go out too to our volunteer guides - Alyce, Ian (and sons), PeiYan and LeyKun.
Our next walk is on 19th March (Saturday), and the registration form is available online.
See you soon.