Durian Boy and Jason in Singapore. The stinky durian fruit is spiky green on the outside and creamy yellow on the inside. Apparently there is a cartoon character who eats, sleeps, and dreams of nothing but eating more durian. This is a statue in the Singapore Tourist Bureau where we stopped after dropping off our applications for new passports.
On the way down to Singapore, this tern decided to be a freeloader for a while. He didn't mind us walking past him. He originally landed on the top of the davits but a gust of wind blew him off and he tumbled down to the seat and decided that this perch on our electric winch suited him best. He'd sit for a while, take off and circle the boat and come back to rest. He spent some time on the boom, too, but eventually winged away after a free ride for the afternoon.
This is the big sand barge that ran into the end of the dock here in Danga Bay.
We went looking for the museum one day but it was closed for rennovation. The sultan's motorcade drove up the drive and around and then back out; just checking on his peeps and properties, I guess. While in Johor Bahru, we spotted this banner on a mosque.
This is one of the fish farms along the entry to Danga Bay. Empty blue jugs form the floating barriers that hold their pens.