I spent most of the day at Jurong Bird Park and took a daft number of photos - I chose this one because I love how this bird looks like a caricature...
I had a good day... I was called out from the audience in the birds of prey show and got to handle a hooded vulture named Hazel (much smaller than the vulture at Adelaide Zoo...) and got sat on by lorikeets and a cocky. I learnt that hornbills have eyelashes. And I successfully dodged some seriously heavy rain - the penguins looked miserable about it but the ducks seemed happy... I guess the saying is true.
I went to see the Chinese Garden out in the same part of the city but the gardens were closed - preparations for the Moon Lantern Festival. On the upside, the festival starts tomorrow and I'm definitely going. The festival in Adelaide's good... but this should be AWESOME.
I also had a street-vendor dinner. I got two huge BBQ pork dumplings from one stall, ten satays with all the extras from another... then ice cream. All for $10, cheap even by Singapore standards. And it was all really, really GOOD!