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This is what it’s like to drive through a deserted neighborhood on a Saturday afternoon. You see the same things on the same streets every day. You don’t notice any differences. It’s easy to forget that you live in the same city, but it’s like you’re in another world. It’s like we’re in another country and it’s like we’re in another state.
I think we have all been there. At one point or another, we all go through a phase where we forget what it’s like to be in another state or country. It’s a little scary. The more times you forget that you’re in the same place, the more you want to go back. I remember being in the same spot for a few days after coming back from Asia.
The more you forget that youre in the same place, the more you want to go back.
A few years ago I came back to the US from Asia. What I remember most about Asia was its weather. It’s always hot, always raining, and always cold. It was hot but never really bothered me as much if I was in the sun. I remember the weather was always the same here. I remember when we got through my favorite drink, and the barkeep said, “I think you might have just died of thirst.
Exactly. For those of us outside of the US, when we think about the weather in Asia, we think of the sun, and the sun we used to bask in, but the weather here is always different. It’s always hot and rainy, sometimes with ice crusting the sidewalks. When I was in Singapore I remember the weather was always humid. It was always hot and sticky. The only people who remember it better are those who had some exposure to it.
Singapore is in the country of Singapore. We’ll get to the rest of the island in a moment. To give you an idea of the weather here, a few weeks ago I remember it being like 90 degrees in my office with a 100 percent humidity.
Singapore is like a humidity belt for Southeast Asia. It’s mostly humid in the summer, a bit hotter in the summer, and occasionally gets hot. The only places in the country where the humidity is higher are in the north and the south, which is why Singapore is so humid in the summer.
Singapore is a very hot country, so I don’t think you’ll have too much trouble cooling yourself off at night. One of the hottest places is Bukit Timah, a city about a third the size of San Francisco. The city has been hit by a massive tropical cyclone, which is why there are no water supplies and no power.
The city is really a large expanse of sand and rain forest that extends for thousands of hectares. It seems that the last few years (and the fact that the city is basically a desert with trees growing on it) has caused the humidity levels to increase. The city has a population of around 8 million, so it’s a bit of a hotbed of humidity.
The city has had some pretty tough times. The last cyclone hit in 2009, leaving a trail of destruction all the way to Timah. The cyclone completely leveled the city, and also destroyed all the trees. That’s not to say that the population is much reduced, but the city has suffered from a lot of flooding that has made its vegetation almost entirely impervious to water.