Travelling is often a strange experience. It yanks you firmly outside of your comfort zone. On the plus side, you tend to notice things you wouldn't ordinarly. Things which break up the montony of waiting.
Like for example, when did having ipad like customer feedback (complete with emoticons) in airport bathrooms become a thing? I saw them today in Brisbane International Airport as well as in Changi. This thirst for feedback also extends to information desks and the indoor garden in Changi. Qantas has a twitter hashtag: #qantasfood. The food was quite good but even if I did use twitter, I don't think plane food would be tweet worthy!
Other reasons to smile here in Changi: there is an outdoor cactus garden which is barracaded off for 'improvements', all cacti hidden from view. I did get a sample of Singaporean air though and absorbed some humidity.
There's also a gorgeous indoor garden where I discovered an orchid named after this airport. It's a lovely airport, one of the better ones I've been to but I can't imagine naming a flower for it! I wonder what flower we would choose to name after an Australian airport ...
Almost up to my 11th hour of travelling and passing in and out of the zombie zone. Hopefully this post doesn't contain too many spelling mistakes and the next post will be written with less jetlag!
Thinking of you all <3