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SingPost POP Stations

I recently discovered POPStations here in Singapore while doing a bit of online shopping. A few days ago, the mailman stopped by while I was at work and attempted to deliver an item to me. When he found out that I was not at home, he left me a note with...

Pianos on the High Seas

I've been playing piano and socialising with a group of friends organised by Pianovers over the last several months. We generally meet every Sunday evening and play piano for a few hours. It's been a great way to connect and make new friends. A few weeks...

Bowling at Planet Bowl

I've been bowling as a means of socialising here in Singapore and in the process making new friends. It was time to put a short film together. This is a short film shot as a promotional video for a Bowling group that I play with. The Badminton and Bowling...

Beautiful Sunday

If you're new to Singapore and like live music and concerts, here's something to that will strike your fancy. Singapore has an amazing performing arts precinct at Esplanade - The Theatres by the Bay. Held once a month on a Sunday, they hold a free...

Visiting Melbourne

This is perhaps the hardest travel guide for me to write… not because I don’t know the city well enough, but because I know it so well. At one time, Melbourne was a dream; then it became an aspiration which turned into a reality. Now, even though I don’t...

Life in Singapore

SingPost POP Stations

I recently discovered POPStations here in Singapore while doing a bit of online shopping. A few days ago, the mailman stopped by while I was at work and attempted to deliver an item to me. When he found out that I was not at home, he left me a note with...

Pianos on the High Seas

I've been playing piano and socialising with a group of friends organised by Pianovers over the last several months. We generally meet every Sunday evening and play piano for a few hours. It's been a great way to connect and make new friends. A few weeks...

Recipes

Guacamole

Guacamole is one of the easiest things in the world to make. In reality, it's just smashed avocados, blended with coriander, some lime juice and salt. It makes for a versatile side or condiment, and can be served as a dip, or spread over breads. The key...

Urad Dal Hummus

This is a two and a half minute guide to making Urad Dal Hummus. This is not hummus in the true sense, but a bit of creative liberty that I took with some Urad Dal (split with no skins), some garlic, olive oil, salt, cumin powder, black pepper and lemon juice. The...

The Dark Side Iced Coffee

The Dark Side Iced Coffee is just a regular glass of iced coffee made from full cream milk, and an iced-coffee cube moulded in the shape of Darth Vader's mask. This is just a fun thing to do, and is not really special in any way from a regular coffee... except for the...

Travel Guides

Visiting Melbourne

This is perhaps the hardest travel guide for me to write… not because I don’t know the city well enough, but because I know it so well. At one time, Melbourne was a dream; then it became an aspiration which turned into a reality. Now, even though I don’t...

Visiting Japan Part 3: Kyoto

Kyoto embodies the picture perfect city. It is where one goes in Japan to experience true Japanese tradition. One can get lost in the many shrines that this city has, but they are only a small part of what there is on offer. This city is home to Gion, a district that...

Visiting Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city that offers a great urban getaway. It is generally safe for tourists, and it has an excellent public transportation system. Now having reunified with China, Hong Kong is set apart from mainland China thanks to its years of being under the British....

Travel Stories

Égalité

This was shot earlier today using my DJI Mavic Pro. This is the tennis court at the Holiday Inn Resort in Batam. I haven't flown the drone since November 2017 as a result of either not finding enough time, or not finding a location in Singapore where I...

A few Kyoto Temple Layouts

Here are the layouts of a few shrines from Kyoto in no specific order or preference. These were all shot on a phone, and have been corrected for perspective. The same images are available outside the respective shrines. Fushimi-Inari Shrine Kinkaku-Ji...

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