Saturday, 31 December 2005

Life in Singapore

taken with my latest baby the Nikon Coolpix S4, that came in an Olympus paper bag.

My home church - the Balestier Road Seventh-day Adventist Church

80% of the country's population live in flats like this

With people living on top of each other in flats this high (most spanning up to at least 20 stories), it's a wonder the country hasn't sunk yet.

The trishaw - a traditional mode of transport that has since been relegated to a tourist activity. Found this old gentlemen napping underneath one of the block of flats.

Handmade bread - a fast disappearing technique in modern-day Singapore (don't ask me why the bread is so burnt).

Anybody care for a pAzza? And don't ask me what is the difference between a $1.50 pAzza and a $11 pAzza..


Anonymous said...

Those are not the HDB or government flats. Happy New Year from somewhere on Earth.

Melody said...

errr....actually, they are HDB flats....they're the old school ones, so that could be why you don't recognise them.

have a great 2006 too!

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