Singpaore 2017: Inside Sim Lim Square
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In response to the WPC: Layered
Sim Lim Square in Singapore is a sort of geek travel destination – the undisputed place for geeks to find computers, computer components and hardware, computer peripherals, laptops, electronic gadgets, electronic accessories and all those kind of stuff. However, I don’t consider it the best destination for all your electronic needs. It has its fair share of seedy stores and merchants who will not hesitate trying to rip-off an unsuspecting visitor. In addition, most of your electronic needs can likely be served by a shop near your neighbourhood, albeit with prices that could be a few dollars (or cents) more.
Sim Lim Square is more ideal for:
(1) People passionate about building their own DIY rigs.
(2) People looking for good bargains and know which are the honest merchants. (It honestly isn’t difficult – just go to those shops which have been established for many years. Also avoid the camera stores here – you can find better deals elsewhere.)
(3) People looking for a good collection of accessories and peripherals under one roof.
In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Ooh, Shiny!
Singapore 2017: Glitzy Urban Life
In response to the WPC: Elemental
Cool Blue Pool Water In Hot Sunny Afternoon
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Sushi Feast Close-up
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In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge:Satisfaction
Hey I’m a simple guy with simple needs. Satisfaction? Meet my stomach’s needs. 😀 – WY
In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Friend.
Singapore 2015: Foreign Domestic Helpers Meeting And Fellowship On Day-Off
Singapore has a lot of foreign domestic helpers from other parts of South East Asia. Most of them hail from Philippines and Indonesia, though a smaller number also come from Vietnam and Myanmar. They are usually referred to as “maids”. among the populace. Those who consciously wish to regard them with more respect and appreciation prefer to call them “helpers”. Continue reading
In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Evanescent.
Tiny Dreamy Blossoms In Spring
Have to admit it – I had to look up the word “evanescent” in the dictionary. You’re never too old to learn something new. 🙂 -WY
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In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflecting
Singapore 2015: Mirrors For The Clouds
In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Wanderlust
Paris 2017: Paris Winter Along The River Seine
For the weekly photo challenge: Surprise
Singapore 2017: Chinatown Bazaar – At A Food Stall
In response to the WPC Photo Challenge: Ambiance
Tokyo 2016: Under Tokyo Tower