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Church of the Risen Christ & Toa Payoh Town Park

We are very fortunate to have a car; this is not a given for all households in Singapore. With it, we are mobile and I don’t have to ride on a crowded bus or train, a nerve-wrecking proposition for me in this crazy time when distancing is paramount. We are therefore are able to drive to different places to run & explore; I am very grateful.

We ran around the Church of the Risen Christ as part of our SG Camino effort at the end of May, enjoying a different neighbourhood, and yet another lovely park.

Toa Payoh Town Park is a green space which is considerately designed for strolling to take in the fresh air, sitting a while to contemplate, exercising surrounded by the positive energy of trees. It was like visiting many different worlds in the time it took us to ramble through it.

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    1. I see you like plants with interesting leaves – the anthurium magnificum has fabulous variegated leaves!

      The tax on cars is very high – the government’s attempt to limit the number of vehicles to help with congestion.

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      1. Yes, I like leaves in general. I enjoy the veining on the magnificum and its enormous dinnerplate leaves. Also, in some plants I like variegation but in others I feel like it ruins it. And I see, seems like a pretty smart thing to do for the government. Wonder why this is not done in congested places in The Ph.

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    1. I’ve only noticed this year how many of our churches are entrenched firmly in neighbourhood corners/streets and are so much a part of the landscape. I guess that’s how it should be, although I do love a grand cathedral and gothic architecture (can you tell I am missing Europe).

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