Oman Air Business Class

The Shortest, Emptiest Business Class

For those of us living in Kuala Lumpur, the journey down to Singapore is nearly something of a rite of passage. I’ve tried every way possible to get between A and B in as pain-free and timely a manne...
Ireland!

9 Months from Home – Again!

I’m not normally given to sad reflections or musings on a life I’ve deliberately chosen – to live away from home, see the world, and hopefully someday stop somewhere, with far more ...
Malaysia Airlines

Reuniting with Singapore (Part II)

Where we left off in the previous post, I had just had a truly delicious sleep at the M Hotel, the first hotel I ever willingly spent some proper money on in Singapore, and also correspondingly, the ...
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Reuniting with Singapore

We took a trip down south to Singapore last weekend, born largely out of necessity on both our parts, but reasoning that a weekend change from Kuala Lumpur would do us the world of good. Singapore is...
Singapore

Singing in the Rain; Singapore

More or less a week to the day after our trip to Melaka, it was time for us to sit ourselves back into another bus – this time for the long and irritating trip south to Singapore. We’ve a...
Travel told through Instagram

The Last Month (Via Instagram)

The posts have dropped off again lately, and I for one am blaming too much travelling, too much working and time seemingly vanishing all of its own accord. I’m in the middle of writing up a pos...
The long road to Bali

The Long Road to Bali

The next morning we were up even earlier than the crack of dawn to get down to our basement-located MRT station for the trip out to the airport. What I will give Singapore is, you can dodge taxi&rsqu...
Rules of Singapore

Rules of Singapore

The next morning in Singapore, we set about first trialling our luck with Singapore’s modern public transport system. To give them some credit, once you get past the nonsense of being dispensed...