HER WORLD OF MOTORING
Lynn feels that the getting-there is as much fun as the destination itself.
WWHAT sets a road trip apart from any ordinary commute is the fact that the journey matters as much as where you are headed. During the hours you spend in the vehicle’s cabin with your travelling companions, you get to give one another your undivided attention.
You swap stories, share music, pass snacks around, take turns at the wheel, and basically just spend some quality time with everyone on board.
The reality, however, might well be everyone in the car connecting with their devices rather than one another, especially with data roaming rates being affordable these days.
Nevertheless, during lulls in whatever form of “in-car entertainment” chosen, I like to gaze out of the window, looking mindlessly at the natural and man-made landscapes that pass us by.
Without fail, my wandering gaze is soon followed by a wondering mind, and I inevitably find my imagination going into overdrive.
With every glimpse into a home and the activities going on in it – whether it’s a kampong house in Perak, a suburban home in Vancouver, a multimillion dollar mansion in Los Angeles or a ranch in South Australia – I start visualising what those people’s lives are like. Who lives in that home? What do they do for a living? Are they