Settling in at Raffles Marina

The months have just flown by and we can’t believe it’s April tomorrow (and that means another birthday coming up very soon). I think it’s fair to say we’re still settling in. Raffles marina is great, we definitely made the right choice in terms of Singapore marinas. The pool was the determining factor for the kids, the distance to the MRT station for me. And both have lived up to our expectations. The walk to the MRT station and my daily commute is absolutely fine. It takes me about an hour to get to work but it’s valuable ‘me-time’ that I quite enjoy. And getting home to Raffles marina in the evening is like coming home to a different world. It’s peaceful and quiet with space around us and the contrast with the fast-paced and hectic life in the city centre is wonderful to help one ‘switch off’.

Seathan is cracking on with schoolwork, and on weekdays the membership lounge (which is hardly used) is turned into a classroom. There is the bonus of a free coffee machine to keep the teacher going and the kids can be separated by a few metres and each have their own desk which can make a huge improvement to the concentration levels, as you can imagine. There are daily trips to the gym and, of course, to the swimming pool. Add to that the usual chores of grocery shopping, laundry, cooking and cleaning, as well as boat projects and maintenance, and you can imagine that the boys are pretty busy all day. It’s great to see the kids helping out more than they used too, and I have to give Seathan credit for that because he’s much better in delegating than I am. šŸ˜€


The pool at Raffles marina




Scooters rule


Exploring town, Marina Bay Sands in the background


Gardens by the Bay


Otters! Such cute animals


Happy city-trippers


Rooftop at the National Gallery


Sunrise over the marina

2 thoughts on “Settling in at Raffles Marina

  1. Hi Audrie,

    Great to hear from you again. Singapore is a very interesting place. We stayed at the Republic of Singapore Yacht Club when we last went to Singapore.

    Keep enjoying the travels. Were enjoying hearing about them.

    Regards to the family.


    Ken and Carol


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