The part that is seldom featured in glossy photos on how well Singaporeans live—bamboo poles hang out laundry to dry, often at the mercy of the upstairs neighbours, hoping that they do not throw food scraps or garbage down at your clothes.
It's towards the end of the long day out, seeing many amazing things, and just generally being on holiday. As the bus speeds along the wooded areas, sometimes it's nice to just be mesmerised by the trees just flying past as one stares emptily out.
We stayed at Moro Rock long enough to see the splendour of the our Home Galaxy appear over the mountains. Beautiful view, although to be sure, this photo shows more stars than visible with the unaided eyes.
Futago-ji (両子寺) is a Tendai Buddhist temple in Kunisaki, Ōita Prefecture, Japan. It is located on the slopes of Mount Futago, the highest mountain on the Kunisaki Peninsula. The temple was established in 718 by Ninmon and became the central temple of Rokugō-Manzan (六郷満山)