This gallery contains 21 photos.
It’s been five weeks since the so-called “Circuit Breaker” in Singapore. For 34 whole days, I’ve sat at home, mostly alone – except for the virtual meetings for work, and the (far more enjoyable) virtual drinks with friends and family. … Continue reading
This gallery contains 15 photos.
What a difference a month and a bit makes! In late February, when I wrote my previous post, I had just returned from Mexico, anticipating change but hopeful that life would go on, more or less, with some, but not … Continue reading
Tagged Art, Asia, Beauty, Comfort, COVID-19, Culture, Friends, Home, Life, Lifestyle, Mobility, New World Order, Personal Therapy, Photography, Reinvention, Shutdown, Singapore, Stay At Home
This gallery contains 37 photos.
This is a city of lakes and a city of palaces. The palaces here are all, in their own way, epic and awe-inspiring. Take the City Palace, which sprawls on the East Bank of Lake Pichola. Construction of the palace … Continue reading
Tagged Architecture, City Palace, Culture, History, India, Jain Temple, Lake Pichola, Lifestyle, Monsoon Palace, Photography, Port and Princely Cities of the Subcontinent, Rajasthan, RAnakpur, The Grand Tour, Travel, Udaipur
This gallery contains 25 photos.
Where colonial and institutional architecture is concerned, Vientiane resembles its cousin Phnom Penh, with many colonial villas now housing government institutions, and many civic institutions occupying modernist and art deco buildings from the ‘50s and ‘60s. There are two main … Continue reading