|Dancers perform a Kurdish dance in front of the Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore.|
Since moving to Singapore, My Traveling Troop has been trying to see various attractions. Some we discover while wandering around, while others -- like our trip to the Asian Civilisations Museum -- are planned visits requiring us to take a taxi, bus or train to our destination. While public transportation in Singapore is an affordable way to travel, there are days when we don't feel like waiting for a taxi, bus or train in the tropical heat. Thankfully, we won't have to rely solely on those modes of transportation for much longer. I took a driver's license test today after attending an orientation about Singapore's driving rules and passed! Hooray! Now all I have to do is buy a car and make sure I remember to drive on the left-hand side of the road. Watch out Singapore! :)
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