Continuing with the second part of this series. Readers who are new to this series can check out the first "A week in Singapore" post here.
Those who have been to Pasar Malams do know it gets real crowded at night. Besides food, there are also clothes and other crap which you will probably stick in your drawers. Used to grab some of those "open-sourced" eroge/games from there ^^;
Some fried goodies.
Forgotten the name. Got it from the Pasar Malam as well. It’s crispy pancake with peanuts and sugar inside. Lovely stuff.
Taken while heading home.
Singapore is a "fine" city indeed.
Meeting with a client over at Burger King.
The famous Daiso store over at IMM. Everything in the store costs 2 SGD each (Except for the cashiers ^^;). I always love visiting it as there are lots of interesting stuff to grab.
On a cab to school to submit my project reports. Why do they need 2 copies of it. It’s 110 pages per booklet! T A T
Really like how this shot turned out.
And this one.
Crossing the road when there’s no cars around. Don’t try this in your country!
Japanese speech contest that took place last week. Lots of cutesy girls there!
*Continues looking at girl*
Dinner with some friends. The black pepper chicken’s absolutely tasty.
Spotted a Lolicon as well…
Yong Tau Foo for lunch with my family. One of my favourite dishes.
Been driving the family car whenever possible ^^;
Some drawing/sketching lessons with Xephonia at the Library. My sketch’s on the top but Xephonia’s sketch kicks the seven shades out of mine.
Hanging out with some of my friends. Do you recognize any of them? :p
Saw this right after catching the movie Cloverfield. Thought a monster came by here or something.
Some Long John Silver’s after Japanese lessons. Don’t eat these too often as it’s unhealthy ^^;
Sweet Potato Soup. A dessert which I’ve enjoyed since young.
My room as the sun is about to set. Will take better pictures of it.
Ending this post with a shot taken on a lovely Saturday afternoon.
Top image Illustration Notes
Photos taken with both a EOS 400D and Olympus IR-300.