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FATHER SAYS TREAT FAMILY GO THAILAND, END UP TAKING 20 HOUR BUS FROM SINGAPORE

I can still remember the moment when my father presented me with his idea of a family vacation to Thailand– it was the first time in my life that I felt truly excited about a trip.

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We had all heard about the vibrant culture and stunning scenery of this Southeast Asian country and my father promised that it would be a trip to remember.

Little did I know that the journey to Thailand would be one of the most challenging and unforgettable experiences of my life. Instead of opting for a flight, my father decided to take a bus from Singapore to Thailand.

It was an overnight journey that would take almost 20 hours to complete.

At first, I was full of doubts about the idea. I was worried that the long hours spent on the bus would be unbearable and that it would take too much of a toll on us. But my father had experienced similar bus journeys in the past and he assured us that it would be an adventure to remember.

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And so, armed with a sense of adventure, our family of four hopped onto the bus in Singapore and started our way to Thailand. As soon as we got on the bus, I could feel the excitement and anticipation in the air. The journey was going to be long and tiring, but I felt ready for the challenge.

The first few hours went by quickly as we chatted away about all the things we wanted to do and explore in Thailand. But as the night deepened, the excitement slowly gave way to exhaustion. I found myself struggling to stay awake and, eventually, I drifted off to sleep.

The next morning, I woke up to the sight of lush green hills and a sunrise that looked like it had been painted in the sky. I knew then that I was glad we had decided to take this long bus ride and that the suffering was worth it.

Throughout the journey, we stopped at various places to rest in Malaysia for short periods of time before moving again.

Finally, after almost 20 hours, we arrived in Thailand. I was so relieved to be there and to stretch my legs after such a long journey. The moment I stepped outside the bus, I knew that this was going to be an unforgettable trip of suffering, because we still have to go back on bus.

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I wish my father not so cheapo.

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