Iata ca am ajuns la ultima destinatie din luna noastra de miere si anume Singapore. Daca nu ati vazut si celelalte postari din aceasta serie, puteti sa le vedeti acum dand click pe fiecare destinatie : Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Koh Samui.
Ma intristeaza putin aceasta postare. E ca si cum as mai incheia o data luna de miere. Oricum, sa va povestesc putin despre ce am facut pe acolo 🙂
In primul rand trebuie sa va spun ca e cel mai frumos oras pe care l-am vizitat vreodata. Nu stiu daca acest lucru se datoreaza faptului ca eram relaxati dupa atatea zile de concediu, dar cat am stat acolo am fost intr-o permanenta stare de calm. Si senzatia de calm nu este o senzatie pe care eu o asociez cu un oras foarte mare de obicei 🙂 Nu cred ca m-am mai simtit asa din liceu/facultate. Nu pot sa imi explic. Poate si din cauza ca nu parea aglomerat orasul desi era plin de turisti. Poate din cauza ca am prins o vreme foarte buna. Poate din cauza ca nu ne grabea nimeni si nimic. Poate din cauza ca peste tot era plin de verdeata. Poate din cauza ca nu am stat nicaieri la cozi (poate putin la taxi). Nu stiu.. dar mi-a lasat o impresie extrem de placuta. Daca as primi o oferta de munca acolo nu cred ca as ezita sa o accept 🙂
In cele 4 zile petrecute acolo ne-am plimbat foarte mult fara o tinta anume mai ales datorita faptului ca ne placea foarte mult ce vedeam. Cred ca faceam 10 km pe zi pe jos (cel putin asa zicea o aplicatie a lui Didi). Evident am ajuns si in Marina Bay, la Gardens By the Bay, ne-am dat cu Singapore Flyer, dar de multe ori luam ca reper zona unde era hotelul nostru si mergeam aiurea pe strazi 🙂 Evident am ajuns si prin mall-uri, dar nu am cumparat mare lucru. Era prea frumos pe afara ca sa pierdem vremea plin mall.
Ca sa nu mai vorbesc de hotel…. care iti lua ochii. Nu am mai stat niciodata la un hotel-gradina si ne-a impresionat foarte mult 🙂
Unfortunately we have reached the last destination from our honeymoon series, Singapore. If you missed the previous posts in this series you can check them out by clicking each destination : Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Koh Samui.
This post makes me a bit sad. It’s like ending the honeymoon all over again. Anyway, let me tell you a bit about what we did there 🙂
First of all i have to say that this was probably the most beautiful city i have ever been to. I don’t know if being so relaxed after so many days on holiday had anything to do with it, but while there, i was always extremely calm. And i don’t know about you, but i don’t associate a large city with a calm state 🙂 I don’t think i have felt this way since i was in high school/university. I can’t really explain it. Maybe because the city didn’t feel crowded even tough it was full of tourists. Maybe because we had amazing weather. Maybe because no one was rushing us and we were’t in a hurry to do anything. Maybe because everywhere you looked there was a green space. Maybe because there were’t queues anywhere (except when taking taxis). I don’t know what it was but it left me with a very good impression. If i got a job offering there i don’t think i would hesitate to take it 🙂
During our 4 days there we walked a lot without a set destination due to the fact that we loved everything we saw. I think we walked 10 km every day (at least that is what an app on Didi’s phone told us). We obviously saw Marina bay, Gardens by the Bay and we rode the Singapore Flyer, but most often than not, we knew the general area where our hotel was and we walked randomly on the streets. We obviously went to some malls, but we didn’t do much damage. It was too nice outside to stay in a mall.
And don’t even get me started with our hotel.. which was simply incredible. We never staid in a hotel-garden before and it was really impressive 🙂