Tag Archive: Sleepless in Singapore

Explosive Phnom Penh: Boom Boom Pow in the Jungle

The only thing I can smell is gunpowder. It flirts with my nostrils. The sun is sinking behind lush green hills somewhere in the Cambodian countryside. It’s a sticky, humid, dusty mess out… Continue reading

Sunset at Mount Faber

As my time in Singapore dwindles, I’m trying to experience as much as possible before departing for Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar, and eventually back to Canada. That means photographing everything that moves. A… Continue reading

Malaysia in a Heartbeat: Kota Kinabalu’s Islands

You can sleep when you’re dead. At least that was my motto during my brief stay in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. My trip spanned two and a half days, with much of my time… Continue reading

Kali: Goddess of the Gods

This post was inspired by my recent trip to the Sri Veeramakaliamman Hindu temple in Singapore’s Little India district. After visiting Sri Veeramakaliamman, I became somewhat obsessed with the goddess the temple is dedicated to.… Continue reading