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A Short Vacation To The Lion City, Singapore

FLY, SCOOTIE, FLY... up, up to the sky... This is Scoot, a Singapore airline...  I call her Scootie... It was from Penang where I took a flight down to the Lion City... Beautiful clouds once Scootie is up in the air... A very short flight...  Just half a movie and it is time to land... Yes, it is durian season again.... Taken this from one of the shops at the Penang airport.... Touched down at Changi airport after an hour 20 minutes flight... Terminal 1 is where the Scoot landed... My daughter was waiting for me at the arrival hall... No hassle, everything was done online these days... No more white cards to fill in... What a beautiful sight at the Jewel.... We went for a short walk first before having our lunch there... My luggage and I... Hello Singapore, here I am!!
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