I have posted before about Changi Airport and what an amazing airport it is. The service is great. The terminals are clean. The luggage often appears before you clear immigration. But today I want to share a short video about the changes they made to Terminal One. I dare saw it is
As we finish up our Spring Break 2012 trip to Japan (I am sitting in Chiba overlooking the Tokyo Bay from the Sheraton Hotel at Tokyo Disney as I write this) I think about our Spring Break last year. Rather than travel, we stuck around Singapore, our adopted island-city, lucky to ha
Decorations from a local mall. One of the great things about having lived around Asia for the last 13 years is the ability to celebrate multiple holidays. Chinese New Year (or Lunar New Year in other parts of Asia) is by far one of the most colorful, lively and fun holidays around.
A new year has happened and the year 2011 is already slipping away, the last 2 months were a flurry of activity and holiday cheer. I started to think as I ate my Thanksgiving Turkey on a Saturday with a family of Brits and later again on Christmas Eve when we didn’t have my fam
Board a small bum-boat off Changi Pier in East Singapore and within 15 minutes you cross over to what Singapore was probably like 40 years ago. The pace of life is slower, the main mode of transportation is the bike, the streets are mostly dirt track. The main industry is fishing a