“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did but people will never forget how you made them feel” — Maya Angelou
The same goes for the places we visit. In years to come I may forget some of the things I did and the things I talked about, but I will always remember how I felt when I was there.
There is something very unique about travelling and during this trip there have been moments when I’ve felt like I was in film. Almost as though I’m reflecting on myself being there, living that moment. I feel it at times when I am most relaxed and immersed in the country. I felt it when we were in Raffles Hotel drinking Singapore Slings or when having a great conversation with someone I’d only just met, as though we’d known each other for years.
Today I moved back to mainland Singapore and decided to practice my photography skills by noticing all the small details of Singapore. I want to try and help my readers feel as though they are in these moments with me. Please let me know if I managed to achieve this in some way: email@example.com
Only 10 minutes from the mainland by train, car or cable car, Sentosa is easily accessible to pop over for a day, weekend or even a spot of lunch.
My home in Asia for two days, I stayed at the Costa Sands Resort on Siloso beach and felt truly welcomed by the wonderful staff there. They went out of their way to ensure I had a great time and felt comfortable. I had my own beach hut with 2 bunk beds in it, a stone’s throw from the golden beaches and warm, calm sea. There was even a peacock roaming around the beach huts to keep me company.
The Big Blog Exchange is a dream come true for all the 16 winners. Each of us has won the opportunity to travel to a new country for 10 days and experience the sights, sounds, culture, food and life the people and travellers in that country lead.
When I found out I was coming to Singapore, I remembered a picture my brother sent me years ago, of the most incredible pool suspended from 3 towers. An infinity pool unlike any other. A pool of my wildest dreams. This pool is the SkyPark at the top of Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore, the jewel of the city. Ever since I first laid eyes on that photo, it has been my dream to go there.
Today that dream came true! Unfortunately, I couldn’t afford to pay the $400 a night that it costs to stay there so I had to find another way.