As I entered the road leading to the reserve, there were signs warning hikers about monkeys. I thought I’d been lucky up to this point, not spotting a monkey. I’d heard leaves rustle from above, but it wasn’t until I came to this final trail that one edged its way along a railing. Continue reading Bukit Timah’s South View Trail
On a sunny summer afternoon, we hiked over the Bow River to St Patrick’s Island. The water rushed like a torrent higher up the banks of the island than usual. Wild flowers fluttered in the breeze as we made our way along the trail. Continue reading Over the Bow to St Patrick’s Island
I was lured by the name of this Singapore trail. Anything to do with caves seems to have that affect on me.
I decided to take the trail from Hahei Village to Cathedral Cove. In the heat of summer, the first ten minutes was a mainly up hill climb, but the view off shore made it worthwhile. Continue reading A Cliff Hike
Like all botanic gardens, Melbourne’s had fine examples of trees from around the world. Continue reading Melbourne’s Botanic Garden’s Tall Trees
While the west coast rains, and rains some more, at this time of year we reap the benefit of daily downpours with lime green foliage. When skeletal trees sprout new leaves, the colour is refreshing, and for a green lover like me, even more so. Continue reading Green
Like all the trails within the reserve, this one was marked clearly with the path well maintained. Continue reading Bukit Timah’s Catchment Trail