|On the left is a persistent camera dealer who managed to sell me a semi-fisheye lens attachment, rather cheesy but cheap (he eventually dropped the price to half of what he first asked) and I did get a few fun pictures with it, like the one on the right, so no regrets.|
On the left Fredrik whom I'd first met in
Cameron Highlands, in an
Indian banana leaf restaurant. On the right is
Brunei embassy, whose slow
visa processing made me stay in Singapore longer
than I'd intended.
|Singapore at night.|
|Every Sunday morning Singaporean songbird hobbyists give their birds a chance to socialize...|
|Having been frustrated at trying to photograph birds in the wild I couldn't resist!|
|So I had to take a few pictures of famous buildings. On the right a fellow traveller taking a picture inside guesthouse.|
|There were lots of mobile phones and beautiful women, too. On the right are the best reasons I found to explain the name "Singapore", The City of Lions.|
|Lots of signs forbidding this and that in Singapore, especially in the underground. On the right the result of an attempt of taking a picture inside the train.|
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