i have lived in singapore since 1997. on the nation’s fiftieth year of independence, anthony john or aj as i call him, my walking partner, and i decided to do fifty walks in the island to celebrate. well, we didn’t stop at fifty; couldn’t. there was still so much to see and feel and also how not to let the hot, merciless, climate-change sun not have its way with us. so the walks continue, as does the walk talk. hope you enjoy, try to bring an umbrella. #SG50

changi prison and memories that capture

on the water side

it’s new year in chinatown

an evening on the bay

fly over holland road

the guns of labrador park

the real corolla off thomson road

the writing on the wall… at nus

alive and dead in lim chu kang

this was not in the plan… around parliament house

losing track

a fort in the city

all the perfumes

slowly down old upper thomson

stunning at fifty, that’s what.

streets of sembawang

the last kampong

thoughts taking off from an old airport

leave my village alone

no battle on waterloo

the streets of geylang

walking slowly in hougang

bridge to samulun

look out for the butterfly

yishun one evening

spring time

a year later

one-north and two places

a walk in little india

a campus ramble

curves and more in tiong bahru

how do you say ang mo kio

from gombak drive to armenia

a camp on mount vernon

next stop deepavali

a cemetery in kranji

reindeer on orchard road

what’s that in the water… kranji way

time travel off hyderabad road

a surprise in queenstown

the call of the big road… jalan besar

with basement, attic, and swimming pool on nassim

two walks in katong

a meeting in mandai

punggol peripatetics

war and peace on an evening walk

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