Yay, Saturday! So my life planning has taken up approximately 10 minutes, writing down my Plan A, B, and C for this year. Okay, it's not actually life planning but figuring out where I go from here. I know where I want to go and what I want out of life (and if I'm being completely honest, I always did) but the how isn't clear at the moment. Sometimes, instead of stepping on to the next stone, you have to take that leap of faith.
As for the rest of the weekend, I intend to visit some distinctly Singapore spots. All the times I've complained that there's nothing to do is coming back to me as I try to squeeze in as many attractions as I can. Hehe!
But for now, here's a photo diary of my visit to the Singapore National Orchid Garden, the premier section of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It's $5 for adults, a minimal fee for exploring the lush space. Seeing all the vibrant colors got me asking myself how is this all even real!? It was an interesting afternoon spent strolling around and admiring nature. Really got to hand it to Lee Kuan Yew for coming up with the "Singapore as a Garden City" idea. Aside from roadside greenery and tree-planting initiatives, he ensured an escape from the urban bustle through parks and gardens scattered across the island. Wish we had more of this in Manila!