Kaitlynn’s Trip to Indonesia & Singapore

{Still smiling after being out of the country for 10 days and just having traveled for over 24 hours straight!}

This week’s podcast guest is Kaitlynn (my 16-year-old!) who is here to discuss the details of her unforgettable trip to Singapore and Indonesia! Join us as Kaitlynn shares exclusive insights into her trip, talks about why she chose to go on this trip, and all the highlights (and a few lowlights) of the experience. 

The trip started out rocky with a delayed flight that caused their group to miss their a 17.5-hour flight to Singapore and end up stranded in San Francisco at 2 am in the morning! Kaitlynn recounts some of the things she felt and learned and some unexpected fun in the midst — including impromptu volleyball games in airport terminals! She also shares how the unexpected adventures brought more camaraderie.

In Indonesia, they spent time in a remote fishing village helping build a retaining wall, in addition to a Survivor Challenge and a hike in the jungle. In Singapore, they got to enjoy the bustling city life and vibrant culture while exploring the city. Some of her favorites from her time there were the rooftop restaurant and iconic landmarks like Marina Bay Sands and the electronic Supertrees.

We close out the episode with Kaitlynn reflecting on the lessons learned and the lasting friendships forged. 

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In This Episode

[0:35] – Kaitlynn joins us talk about her trips to Indonesia and Singapore!
[2:49] – Tight layovers, flight delays, and being unexpectedly stuck in San Fransisco.
[8:48] – Indonesia and Singapore were stark contracts to each other.
[10:26] – What their accommodations were like, helping at the village, and the intense heat and humidity.
[18:25] – An exciting jungle hike, including a waterfall, an ankle sprain, monkeys, and heat exhaustion.
[20:52] – Singapore was a whole different, modern world.
[26:56] – Chinatown and Starbucks where she had an excellent chai.
[29:42] – Kaitlynn reflects on the trip and highlights stark financial contrasts between Singapore and remote villages
[33:27] – Despite challenges, Kaitlynn embraced Philippians’ message: refrain from complaining and foster faith and gratitude.
[35:55] – I am excited to announce 10 Weeks to a More Organized Home, a step-by-step guide to help you clear out the clutter and get more organization in your home and lives! Use the code PODCAST for a special deal!

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