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Amber goes to Waterway Point!


It's been awhile since we shared Amber's updates, recently we brought her to the newly opened Waterway Point at Punggol and she had a blast!

Waterway point is a neighborhood shopping mall located just beside Punggol mrt, it's walking distance from our place and we had been there a couple of times personally to understand which area we could bring Amber to. The mall had an open area for relaxing, it's build beside a canal with trees, plants and parks along the path. The park felt similar to Punggol Settlement except that this place had a huge mall right beside it.

To reach the mall without getting caught (oops), we first walked Amber on leash till Punggol Mrt, there were many people around and they seemed happy seeing Amber, then we entered the underground link by carrying her, which was fine as no one noticed her mini head. After exiting the underground link, we reached the entrance of the mall, instead of entering the main entrance we walked her around the outside of the mall till we reached a blocked pathway, as it is still under construction we were not able to bypass that area without entering the mall itself, this time the Sleepypod carrier was a savior, we simply asked Amber in, walked through the mall and reached the park in less than a minute.

Amber was really excited as it had been awhile since she had seen so many strangers walking around, she was so proud and looking for attention from everyone, many of them including children smiled at her, some went over to pat her and she gave them lots of kisses! The downside of the place was that many cyclists did not stick to their path, we had to watch our back very closely to make sure that Amber wouldn't be hurt by oncoming bicycles.

Other than that, it was a really beautiful place, windy, clean, spacious and had everything we needed. We could see that Amber really had lots of fun, also noticing that her stamina is not as strong as before, well she is almost 5 and considering that, she is still very active!


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