Saying goodbye to a city that’s not home, leaving a country I didn’t expect to find myself in again so soon, and for the wrong reasons. Head spinning from fatigue and reeling from the events of the past few days. Advertisements
I stumbled upon the Zion Road Food Centre as it was close to my hotel and I was on the lookout for char kway teow, fried thick rice noodles. I wasn’t hungry at all, mind, but when in Singapore… There was a queue outside the stall, suggesting its popularity. I think I waited about … More Char kway teow at 18 Zion Road Food Centre, Singapore
On a mission to find the tastiest laksa … More Katong laksa: 328 vs Marine Parade Laksa
I was so excited to be flying Thai’s A350 in business class, only to board and see the familiar older seats… Thai is well known for last minute equipment changes. When I mentioned my disappointment to the charming flight attendant who helped me stow my cabin luggage, she smiled and said “But this aircraft is … More The dreaded Thai Airways equipment swap! From A350 to 777-300
Dinner, sunset, feet in the sand and watching the beach kitties try to catch sand crabs. A sense of ease between us, no need to shout to be heard or defend one’s personal space. After, a carefree bike ride back to the villa, where we cuddle and chat in our pool.
The very first time I went overseas, I was by myself and flew Singapore Airlines. I remember being in awe of how spacious the dual aisle cabin seemed, helped by those signature Boeing overhead bins. Krisworld was amazing, and I still remember what I watched on that first flight – this trip opened the world … More A blast from the past: Singapore Airlines B777-200, HKG-SIN
As we disembarked from the 747 which had taken us to BKK from HKG, I saw white buggies waiting to whisk first class passengers away. As lowly business class passengers, we had to move ourselves to immigration or the transit areas 😉 Transit security was packed and took a long time to get through. As … More Thai Airways 787 BKK-BNE, business class