#July is so far so good! - I have nothing to complain about.
I'm so happy & grateful to wrapped up the month six in the city that I love the most and kick-start off the seventh month by stepping my foot for the first time on a vibrant city, that (according to lot of people) kinda similar to Jakarta in some way, but turns out even less poluted (and the traffic jam is more polite and quiet, and the trees and bushes on the streets are organic HAHAHA).
I went to a church on Ophir Rd. last week and heard the priest said, "We often complain so much and forget that pain will only makes us better." -- Amen, I nodded to myself, yes.
Yes, I believe GOD have mercy on us, and things eventually be alright.
I remember that one night last month, I devastatingly told my mom, "I saw my dreams are slowly fade, thrown away one by one." -- Well, even if it's true, I think the only way to save the rest is by just keep on running, swimming, rowing, jumping up on every train ride possible and never ever look back.
And I hope life will only goes up from here 😊
Have a #blessed month, y'all! 🙏
метро здесь не разделено на отдельные вагоны, оно подобно огромной гусенице, которая-таки проглотила Алису-в-стране-чудес. Наблюдать изнутри за поворотами при пустом вагоне - настоящее развлечение.
Красные кресла занимать не принято: они предназначены для пожилых людей, пассажиров с детьми, беременных и инвалидов. Остальные кресла выкрашены в цвет ветки, по которой едет поезд.
Вторую фотографию я посвящаю @greemeow_street - автору фразы про придурковатую мартышку, которая живет в каждом. Дуся, приезжай уже! Пора наделать нормальных фотографий! 🙈#метро#singaporemrt#начинающийпереезжающий
#ThrowbackThursday — Meet Singapore’s first Train Operator (aka Train Captain) - Mr Hoong Mau Sui! When MRT services first began operations in 1987, he had an one-of-a-kind experience operating the first-ever revenue train. Check out his story to find out more! 🚇 ⠀⠀
"When train services began on 7 November 1987, I had the honour of being selected to be the train operator of the first revenue train. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
On that day, despite the many last minute changes and new instructions, I managed to remain calm and composed because I had rehearsed and was well prepared to operate the train carrying the VIP and passengers from Toa Payoh to Yio Chu Kang MRT station.
My friends joked that I became famous overnight when I appeared in the newspaper the following day for driving the first revenue train."
Public transportation in Singapore is top notch. Clean and safe. MRT stations have nice bathrooms too! You’ll likely have your own AC vent on a bus. And, many fares are just .50 USD. Love it!
Got the chance to experience a tour of the MRT train training simulator at the Sengkang Depot. 🚇 Thank you, Emma, for making this happen!
The boys were so thrilled to touch the control panels and be able to "drive" the train through the tunnel. Unfortunately, Nori missed some of the stations and no passengers could alight from the train! Opps... 😂