An overview of my experience taking Thai Airways and Scandinavian Air Systems (SAS) from Singapore to America, stopping over at Bangkok, Thailand, Oslo, Norway and Copenhagen, Denmark.
The last stop of our US East Coast trip, we found ourselves in Boston exploring Cambridge and enjoying Lobster Rolls!
Remember the days when passengers were treated like they ought to kneel down and kiss the feet of taxi drivers for agreeing to take their money and bring them to their destinations? They are back.
Imagine having to withstand terrible singing on your way home after a tiring day at work. Worse still, this is considered acceptable in Singapore!
The latest hype in town is the Nasi Lemak Burger and Chendol McFlurry. They are great, but wait for a week before you rush in for the kill.
If not, why does everyone of us want to add a dash of something onto food served before us?
People who know Hallstatt recognises it by the classic village views, which has to be seen from the edge or from the water. No one really wants to go there to walk the streets (hidden between the streets in between the building you see on postcards), or to eat over there.
Most importantly, it gets ridiculously expensive to stay there.
Where then, do we stay when visiting Hallstatt?