Bad: Not being able to go straight to bed when I arrived at my hotel, because the room wasn't ready.
Good: Finally getting into bed and lying flat for the first time in 24 hours in super soft cotton sheets.
Bad: Despite best intentions, lack of sleep ruling out much of the sightseeing I had intended to do. (It's hard to see sights when you can't walk straight.)
Good: The queue to get into H&M, which opened on Saturday in Singapore. Good because I wasn't in the queue and the signs were amusing.
Bad: Struggling to find Chocolate Research Facility, the one shop (among the thousands on Orchard Rd) I really wanted to visit.
Good: Finding it. Mmm.
Bad: The humidity (I worried my chocolate purchases would suffer).
Good: The beauty and cool (coolth?) of the Botanic Gardens.
Bad: The sign for 'internal organs' on the menu that put me off dinner.
Good: The gin fizz I had instead in the rooftop bar of the hotel.
Bad: The in-room muzak with non-stop Michael Bublé that I couldn't work out how to mute. (Finally discovered the volume control at 3am).
I really wish I had had more time in Singapore - I suspect that there's a lot more to discover but everytime I've been, the jet lag has just wiped me out. One of these days.