It’s the march holis! School’s out, which means all 4 kids will be home 24/7. Just the thought of it screams “OVERLOAD!” Imagine the work involve to keep these kids occupied and the noise they can generate in our tiny hdb flat! Now expand it to 24hrs x 7 days – yup, NIGHTMARE! So despite my plate is full with baby and part time studies to juggle, I just have to head out with the kids to use up their energy if I were to make it through this holis in one piece. Besides, it’s the holis! And the kids should have some fun!
It’s not going to be easy to head out with all 4 kids, without the hubs. So, I left the baby at home with my helper for a couple of hours while my sis drove me and the 3 elder kids out for some fishing fun at Mainland Topical Fish Farm. Thank God for siblings!
Here’s a picture post on our day out.
We caught 2 fishes in total but went home with 30 over fishes. How so? Cos there 2 we met a really nice pair of dad and child and the long kang area, they were super good at catching fishes. They caught many and gave them to us. But that wasn’t all, the aunty who was helping us to pack these fishes added more to our buckets! In order to house these fishes, we got a little fish tank (see below).
Seems a little crowded, but I hope they survive… at least, till my niece bring home her share of 12 fishes – that is if her dad approves.
If you are keen to catch long kang fishes and feed koi fishes at Mainland Tropical Fish Farm, here are some useful info:
Long kang fishing – $4 for half hour. You get to keep the fishes you catch.
Koi feeding – fish food going at $1 for small packs and $3 for big packs.
More info, please google