It’s been a while since I last saw Singapore—to be exact, it was December 2011 with the kids.
I wanted to get away, so I asked Jeroen to take me here for Valentine’s Day.
I’ve forgotten how great Singapore Airlines feels.
So much space
So many compartments—for your magazines, bottled water, rosary
I even had a “trash” bin (cause I hate stuffing trash into the magazine pocket)
This I love: you can plug your gadgets (I don’t know why that logo is baliktad)
I sat next to the wing. I only realized this before landing because I kept the cover down the whole time.
The plane shook a little after takeoff and I had to manage my anxiety by praying and of course some medication
Because Jeroen slept on me! I love that you can recline fully.
To think that the seats near the wings are the least shaky—so I’ve read. Yes I’m still scared of flying.
Over and over I kept thinking about what Kissa McDermott told me—her brother and father are both pilots. According to them turbulence is nothing to be afraid of and flying is really, really safe.
We made it in one piece.
The airport looks so beautiful.
Yes, it’s been a while. I don’t remember this beautiful carpet
Follow the Singapore Girls
Gorgeous trees. I wonder if they were lit up for Christmas
Jeroen and I didn’t eat on the plane. After checking in our hotel, we walked to the Ion Orchard where I enjoyed real Singaporean roasted chicken rice—the best!!
I have to say it feels good to be back.