Over the past few months, I've constantly noticed that I am drawn into vlogs. I guess with today's handful information at reach, it's sometimes nice to let your eyes rest and effortlessly watch people entertain you. After my trip to Bali, I took the opportunity to visit my friends in Singapore wherein it was also the chance for me to re-visit the city after 10 years. Here is a clip of my adventure for three days summed up in a five minute vlog. It is also my first one, so comments will highly be appreciated.
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