With just a few weeks to go until we finish our jobs, it’s starting to get real! Our furniture has been sold or given to charity. Our clothes and personal belongings have been boxed and shipped. We left our rental apartment and moved into the Comfort Inn Robert Towns. Townsville
Struggles and Successes of Life as an Ex Pat
From Expat to Explorer in Life and Travel
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The last time we went from Singapore to Malaysia we went by taxi. It was straightforward and easy. At the border we gave our passports to the driver who showed them to the guards and did all the talking for us. He dropped us at the train station in Johor
Singapore is quite a compact city. It is clean and well organised. We used the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) and taxis which were both surprisingly cheap for what is known as an expensive part of south east Asia. We like the eclectic mix of cultures living next to each other.
We’d been to Singapore a few times and always ended up in Little India so decided to initially base ourselves there. HUGE MISTAKE! We had booked a little hotel overlooking a busy street. As soon as we arrived we knew we had made the wrong choice. We had to carry
Well we didn’t get off to a good start! Forty minutes into our 6am flight the pilot announced there was an ‘issue’ with the air conditioning which in turn would affect the oxygen supply and that for safety reasons the plane would have to turn back to Brisbane. Things were