(Wk 17) Joy is…

… Watching dancing droplets

While I love the travel, the process of “getting there” is never fun. Airports usually mean snaking queues, rude immigration officers, irate security guards, etc., and, to the extent I can help it, I try to minimize the time spent inside them.

Not so, however, at Changi Airport in Singapore. Immigration is a breeze, security check quick and efficient, and the dining, shopping and entertainment options, enough to keep you happily occupied for several days.

Recently at Terminal 1, we were pleasantly surprised with their latest addition – A kinetic sculpture of 1,216 bronze raindrops engaged in a soothing, rhythmic ballet. Enchanting enough, that we forgot that we were late for our flight and spent a few joyful minutes completely engrossed in their graceful dance.

And now head over to some colder climes (but equally warm smiles) to Yvette‘s blog.

P.S. Capture some of life’s simple pleasures that signify joy, and join along for this weekly series? Leave a comment/ pingback here, and I will include a link to your blog in next week’s post.