I had a bit of difficulties to reach Singapore.
The bus I caught in Kuala Lumpur stopped in a city close to the border, but still in Malaysia; the stupid driver told me we were in Singapore, then I left the bus and when I showed to a guy the address I needed he told me we were still in Malaysia.
Anyway he helped me to five another bus, he was kind, he was from Malaysia.
About half an hour later we reached the border, the immigration police called me to check my bag and they asked me a lot of question, when I forgot the name of the grand father of my dog I risked to be rejected!
Never mind, later someone told me police in Singapore are used to ask so many questions.
Anyway they were zealous gut kind and polite, so it was not a big problem.
One of them, named Shaikh, accompanied me to take another bus to continue my way and when I told him about my project he was really excited.
The bus stopped very close to my hostel and I found some people that brought me there.
Unfortunately the place was fully booked, the owner permitted me to use the wifi, in a way to find easily another hostel.
During my walk to reach that second place a gentle man helped me to find it and finally I got a room.
At the evening I spoke with some people sitter at my table, especially Zahirah gave my important suggestions about to travel through Indonesia, while the lovely little Nadia couldn’t stop to talk.
Before to leave them I took a picture all together.
The gay after I had more travel suggestions: the kind guy at the reception told my about a local restaurant, during the way another man accompanied me directly to a table, with two girls already sitter… Good job, man!
Sue and Nur were so kind and helpful with me, they helped me to choose my food, they made me try a local drink, some pinky milk with roses; Nur searched for me more information about to travel Indonesia and at the end they offered me the dinner with some money they found on the floor, they said ” the destiny “.
It is not enough, they walked with me until my hostel.
I took a picture with them as well, obviously.
The last one it is Ryan, an Australian guy that was in the room with me.
When I left the hostel, last morning, he helped me to find a taxi.
Short time but a lot of good things!