Gratitude #7


Despite Covid-19 and social distancing, I’m very glad the parks are open for 3-hour nature walks. It did get a little crowded as the main school holidays have started, and of course nobody is going off anywhere for a holiday.

Singapore used to become noticeably less crowded during the year-end holidays in pre-covid times, as many would drive to Malaysia to visit family. Now the border has been closed for months. I know many friends and colleagues who are sad and worried about loved ones across the border. Of course the option to travel is there but there is a strict quarantine requirement on both sides during which one is completely isolated for a fortnight each time.

Back to the parks. It was good to be able to walk through the green foliage, hear the birds and insects, with blue skies when it isn’t raining.

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