One of the goals I set for myself this year was to go on more adventures, and take more leaps. Now that it’s mid-june, I’ve been going over the past 6 months and i’ve realized that another goal i should’ve set for myself was to properly document my adventures! Feeling a little bit like an idiot for not taking the time to share on mart-inabox what i’ve been up to. So, in an attempt to make up for lost time, i’m here to chronicle my trips in retrospect!
My sister goes on alot of trips for work, and one of the places she frequents is Singapore. I’ve only been there once before, so on a whim of sorts, my brother in law and I decided to book a trip to spend the weekend with her on one of her longer stays. Honestly, my schedule didn’t allow for a long trip, so in between deadlines and events, I managed to squeeze in 4 days of not so relaxing Singapore sunshine.
Things I love about Singapore: 1. Mobility! We spent the entire first day walking from Orchard to the Marina Bay Sands, and what would normally feel like a stroll through hell and back again, it was actually quite pleasant despite the overwhelming heat and humidity.
2. Daisies on the train. I love Gerber daisies, and I suppose Singapore wanted to show off by making old couples hand out free daisies at the Dhoby Ghaut station.
3. Sentosa. I’ll admit, the whole man-made beach concept kind of turned me off, but when I started to look at Sentosa as a theme park, it all seemed to make more sense.
After getting my fill of Singapore beach culture, the rest of the trip was spent shopping along orchard and catching up with an old friend from grade school.
Anonymous said: What drawing tablet do you use? :)
Hi! I use a wacom/bamboo tablet :)
Anonymous said: hi, i just want to know where you buy your films and have it developed? thanks! :)
I buy and have it developed at either fuji or kodak :) Fuji takes about a week to develop while kodak takes less time but costs more. I hear the Fuji in MOA is faster, but I havent tried it out yet.
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