As you might notice, I’ve been going here and there on my Instagram and too many words to put into this blog. But here I am!
What are you gonna do if you have to wait at the airport for 10 hours?
Last time, I checked, I’ve been at the airport (KLIA2) for 6 hours and sitting at McDonald’s. But, 2 weeks ago I was eating, sleeping and marking my territory at Changi Airport Terminal 1.
It was a 10 hours transit at Changi from Singapore to Hongkong on September, 13th 2018. Not many restaurants are open and I’m too lazy to walk to another terminal, therefore I bought food at 7-11 which was great, cheap, and enjoyable.
One thing to remember is I haven’t check-in yet (the check-in counter isn’t open yet and not allowed), which makes me wait outside the waiting room and all you could do is sleeping outside.
Lucky me (I guess), I already brought my blanket and stuff (I already think about it), and thanks to God I’m still alive and far from hypothermia. Except, I feel so weird with my body position.
Is it weird to feel the airport is such a homey place? I mean, I do like sleeping at the airport and won’t spend a penny to the nearest hotel for just a quick rest. But, one thing I know spending a lot of time at the airport really gives me another perspective of people and stuff.