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Travel Blogs from Singapore
After a restless journey to Singapore with border crossings waking us at all the wrong times to get any meaningful sleep we arrive in Singapore. Once again with no hotel or hostel booked we pick one at random from the book and decide to head there. The bus drops us off around 3km from our chosen destination in Little India by which point it is …
... added. We were careful to follow it, but others appeared quite oblivious to any dress code, and varied from VERY casual to slobbo!
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... Singapore transit system is called SMRT). We would be staying with Nash, his aunt and uncle. Unfortunately they only had one bed so we took turns on the floor. Space is definitely at a premium in Singapore - in the facts quoted to us during our double decker bus tour, 85% of housing in Singapore is subsidized by the government.
Nash took us to a food court for lunch. They seem to love their food courts here. We tried the typical chicken and ...
... at all costs. 2. Marriage has it's perks - In order to get the government assistance to buy a house you must be married, and whether or not this was just an unromantic Rene talking or indicative of the whole population, it is not uncommon for a marriage proposal to sound a bit like "do you want to buy that apartment with me?" - practical I guess! 3. Owning a car seems crazy - it comes at an exorbitant price, with a permit required ...
... 8217;m doing great. Life is good. God is great! Stay tuned. I will update yall again in a few more months.
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My Experiences in Singapore!!#Enjoying and loving Life #Ongoing
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