Singapore is an extremely efficient country where the public transportation is concerned. They have the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit), bus service and taxi which are integrated seamlessly. The thing with public transport for people with smell sensitivity is being confined in spaces with combinations of all sorts of smells/scents/fragrances. For me, cloth masks helped a lot in situations like these.
I did not sleep a wink during the first night as my son is a 'black-belt-expert-while-he-sleeps'. He becomes docile and forgets all the 'superb' movements that he is capable of when he is awake. I got kicked, smacked, slapped, poked, rolled on and crushed by the little sleeping machine! By the time I could finally sleep, it was time to wake up!
For a person with IA to travel with success is to be flexible and not rigid.
Thus, we scrapped all our plans and I slept for four hours after lunch. I knew that if I pushed myself to go out, I would have fallen sick or had reactions to the smells that we encountered through out our journey.
This was the lunch I cooked:
|Garlic fried rice with lettuce iceberg and lettuce iceberg soup.|
These were Joel's favourite though!