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I'm on the kl cat. Going to singapore for this reception the company is having for our customers over there. First time i'm going. I guess the boss figured i needed some exposure. Being i planner before, i don't actually travel much. Well hopefully this will be a new and rewarding experience for me.

The gorgeous senorita was all sedih because for the first time her husband will be leaving her alone for the night. To wallow in her sorrow, she's booked a trip to the spa with her best friend. I'm sure she won't even remember that i'm gone :p. Ala I'll be back tomorrow.

So travelling abroad you can't help but to compare la kan. How things are. Why this country is better at this and why that country is worse at that. Its only natural la kan. Human nature, we just love to compare. Sometimes when you put on a tourist hat you tend to be more appreciative of the country your in, oblivious to the fact that sometimes things way be even better back home. But then again maybe things are just better abroad. So what do you do?

Do you work towards making your home a better place or just migrate?
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