|arriving at the Park
|there were plenty of people
|we were excited
|we elected to take the longest route
|making sure we're headed the right way
|everything's brand spanking new
|no fixed time limit wherein one has to enter and leave
|some people took a brisk walk
|while others (like us) took a leisurely stroll
|this is a photographer’s paradise
|and I did go overboard with the photos
|but can you blame me?
|platform with a net through which one can...
|catch a closer glimpse at the marine life
|it was here that I tumbled backwards
|this must be the 'salt collector'?
|still headed in the right direction
|above everything else
|this is a mangrove sanctuary
|Ginny and Sern used to go kayaking here
|just to be able to experience the mangroves
|now that the Park is open kayaking won't be necessary
|an area dedicated to the roots of the trees
|the viewing tower
|located at the centre of the park
|for those who want a higher vantage point
|with an excellent view all around
- No swimming
- No littering
- No smoking
- No food or beverages (on the boardwalk)
- No pets allowed
- No fishing
- No toys, skating, use of scooters/ bicycles.
- No touching/ removing plants or wildlife
- Appropriate attire must be kept in mind
|we were modestly attired
|and did not smoke
|so we were fine
|silly us, this must be the 'salt collectors'
|visitors can get up close and personal...
|local wildlife including water and sea birds
|herons and flamingos are some of the birds found
|and even fish species and crustacean species
|a viewing space with greater access to the water
|my right knee was beginning to throb
|at the end of the 2-kilometre 1 hour walk