As I mentioned in one of my earlier postings, we've recently moved in to our new home in Singapore. Let me show you around...
|This is me outside the main gate. Houses aren't the norm in Singapore (we mostly live in high-rises) but, wherever we go, Missus always tries to find a garden for Yours Truly!|
|And voila - here it is! It's not very big, but there's still space for me to do my zoomies!|
|And there're plenty of other things to keep me occupied outside, like fishing in this fountain pond...|
|...or 'strutting my stuff' in the long backyard...|
|...or lounging around like 'Caesar' in the patio. Life is a bliss! "Feed me another grape, slave!".|
Inside the house has...
|Stairs, stairs and more stairs! There was a time when climbing stairs filled me with dread. Not anymore though. I first cracked the technique in Holland and then perfected it in Italy. Now I'm an expert!|
Best of all, our new home is located right next to a fantastic nature reserve...
|Here's me and Dad setting-off from the house to check it out.|
|Look at all the space and greenery! Wow!|
|"Are we nearly there yet Dad?"|
|Dad decided it was time for a rest. (We'd only walked a hundred metres - that's our house in the background! Sheesh!)|
|Of course I'm as fit as a fiddle and I was raring to carry on.|
There's lots of wildlife in the nature reserve. This includes monitor lizards, snakes, squirrels and ...
|Oh my dog! The cheeky monkeys are everywhere! They're driving me mad! Arghhhh...|
|We finally (actually, after a minute or so) reached the entrance to the nature reserve.|
|Some dogs have to be muzzled here...|
|...but luckily, my 'mug-shot' is not on the 'WANTED' list.|
|Apparently, while in the reserve, you're not supposed to feed Dad...I mean the monkeys. (Hee... hee...).|
|As far as I can see, it doesn't say anything about not feeding me though. "Mmmm...Foooooood!"|
|Anyway, I thought it was about time we set-off into the reserve to search for more of those darn monkeys.|
|Unfortunately, at the first sight of one, Dad chickened out and ran off home like a baby.|
Never mind, I'm sure I'll have a lot more 'monkey-business' to tell you about in my future blogs.
Bye for now!