I went through 2016 with flying colors… Of skies.
I landed in the city-state a little bit randomly.
When I decided to go back to France after my year wandering in New Zealand, I was wondering where I could stop on my way back this time. On my way to Auckland, I realized a long-time dream: going to Japan. Which new land could I explore on my way back home? Impulsively, I booked a stopover in Singapore. I met Brenna, a Singaporean girl, while I was helping at Stewart Island Smoked Salmon. We got along pretty well and my eyes were sparkling and my taste buds all excited when she was telling me about her country. This would be a perfect occasion to see her again.
Well, that was settled, I was going to Singapore!
What’s good about Singapore is that even if it’s a very expensive city, you still can explore and have a good time without having to sell all of your organs. Because, besides its numerous parks and bucolic escapades, taking a stroll in Singapore is a very good way to connect yourself with the city-state’s history, and moreover to blow your mind with the crazy unique architecture. Come on, let’s take a walk (on the wild side) in Singapore!
When I landed in Singapore after a year in New Zealand, I knew I had to be very careful with my budget. Between my crazy journey in Bali, my new adventures to come, my imminent return to precariousness back in France and my broken stuff (my camera died in Singapore, so thank you my beloved Nokia Lumia for having such a shitty camera), I had to find a way to enjoy Singapore without getting broke.