Secret Getaway

I have an exciting adventure to share with you today. But before I start I have to warn you that this blog post is going to be photo heavy. A cuppa Joe's is recommended because... well it always seems to make life a little better.

After coming home from a busy but productive start on Saturday I proposed a mini stay-cation/adventure to the mother and broski. The sun was shining and it sounded appealing to everyone. We headed downstairs and I ushered them towards the initial destination.

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Enthusiastic as always they were ready!

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Being slightly confused as to why we were going into different buildings I giggled and asked them to guess.

Can you guess where I'm taking them?

Hint: There's a clue in the photo

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Up we went to the initial mystery destination.

On the way up my mom guessed immediately and shouted "The interconnected rooftop gardens!"

Ding, ding, ding! She was correct.

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The Interlace is filled with different types of gardens but I like to call them, secret rooftop gardens, because it sounds way more fancy! They vary between different types of plants and design layout for each interconnection of blocks. You can hop over for a more personal tour of The Interlace over here.

The first secret garden we reached was called The Labyrinth Garden.

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Raced my brother to the middle and he beat me badly.

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The incredible green views you have are phenomenal. This garden looks over to my favourite area!

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But it also has spectacular views that will always remind me of the movie, Inception!

Doesn't this view look like something from a dream?

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Eager to discover more we walked over to another garden with cheeky grins on our faces.

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Next stop: The City Garden

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This garden looked out to the main pool area.

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We were absolutely stunned once again by the views.

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But then being used to living in the tropics, saw the big grey cloud coming towards away and that sped up the mini getaway.

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The Discovery Garden was next.

Filled with tall trees on the 13th story. How they got them there amazes me!

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And last but not least, the one closest to me, The Bonsai Garden!

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This garden has more of a history as Bonsai's are a Japanese art form using miniature trees grown in containers and boy are they stunning!

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This place is full of incredible energy, which is why it's my favourite spot at home to recharge and chill.

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Hope you were blown away by the views as much we all were!

This place is a home like no other.

Maria