Stopover in Singapore

I am in Singapore at the moment hanging out with my friend, Erun.  We were both serendipitously in Malaysia on business at the same time, me in Johor and Erun in KL, and so we both met up in Singapore for the weekend.  We have a hotel room on the 57th floor of Swissotel, The Stamford, with a harbour view.  Here is the view from our balcony:


We spent today walking around the harbour and ended up sitting in the bar at the top of the Marina Bay Sands.  (It is the iconic Singapore structure which is basically three tall towers with a boat stretched across the top which you see in the photo above.  I think it looks silly.  But sitting in the bar on the top having a drink is super cool.)


The views from there were spectacular.  We even took a selfie, to fit in with the other tourists (though without a selfie stick; I do have some standards).


These photos are from Erun’s phone.  I might post more when I get home and figure out how to download photos from my new camera.  In the meantime, hello from Singapore!






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