Last August 2008,my husband and I chose Singapore for our honeymoon getaway. Not only that it’s one of the most developed and attractive tourist spots in Asia but we have some friends that could help us tour within the city. On December 2008, just a few moths after we had our jaunt or honeymoon, I heard a shocking news about the world’s biggest ferries wheel also known as the Singapore Flyer. Who would expect that after 9 months from its soft opening it just shut down and trapped 173 passengers for 6 hours. Even a friend of my husband was there and made a try on the flyer the night before it happened. Not only that she enjoyed her vacation but she also felt lucky she was not there during the incident. At the back of my mind, I felt for her too. If it happened that we moved our honeymoon 4 months and a number of hours from the usual plan, if I was brave enough to try on those scary rides and if we were not lucky enough and encountered the same incident. I couldn’t imagine myself hanging hundreds of feet off the ground. Maybe I would call all the saints and goddess for help. Thank God we are lucky.