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  • To welcome year 2015, though today is 3rd day of January, I felt like sharing how I celebrated the switching of year 2014 and 2015. Commonly I celebrated new year at home because the eve of the new [...]



  • Center for Civil and Human Rights

    December 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

    After my usual Sunday morning activity, I decided to visit Center for Civil and Human Rights where I spent almost half a day of my time. From Doraville Station, I got off at Peachtree Center Station. [...]



  • From Ameyoko, we continue our stroll and we never noticed immediately that we reached Okamachi Station which still along JR Yamanote Line. Because we are looking for some souvenir products that we [...]


  • Birthday At Banff

    November 30, 2008 // 0 Comments

    For the past years, I celebrated my birthday usually with my family and close friends. Previous celebration was held with simple party. What am I trying to say here? The fact is, my birthday is being [...]




  • Uniquely An Arab World – Dubai

    September 17, 2014 // 0 Comments

    I never thought that time will come that I will be able to visit a city belong to Middle East Asia. One main reason, limitation of my passport in [...]



  • Natural Wonders : Uluru (Ayers Rock)

    March 20, 2015 // 0 Comments

    Natural Wonders (Post#1) : Uluru (Ayers Rock) When I arrived in Australia, one of the place that I dreamed to see was Uluru or Ayers Rock. For me, it represent [...]
  • Life Of Others : Tasmanian Pademelon

    June 3, 2017 // 0 Comments

    Life Of Others (Post#6) : Tasmanian Pademelon During the first day tour in Tasmania, while we were exploring Mount Field National Park, we found a Tasmanian Pademelon, one [...]
  • Juncture With Folk(s) : At Kings Canyon

    May 23, 2015 // 0 Comments

    Juncture With Folk(s) (Post#2) : At Kings Canyon Moments with people I had been with my travel which captured by camera were considered the luckiest moment to remember. I may [...]
  • Something To Look At : The Lost Cemetery

    March 17, 2015 // 0 Comments

    Something To Look At (Post#1): The Lost Cemetery When we visited Camp John Hay in Baguio last May 2010, we found an interesting area. It is called “The Lost [...]
  • Life In The Metro : At The Block Arcade

    February 28, 2017 // 0 Comments

    Life In The Metro (Post#5) : At The Block Arcade Because of its interior design, I can understand why people loves to stroll inside this arcade. I myself can’t stop to [...]
  • Edible : Cambodia – Exotic Food

    May 20, 2015 // 0 Comments

    Edible (Post#2) : Cambodia – Exotic Food Experiencing backpacking usually comes with the exotic food tasting, if not really eating or dining at least trying to taste it [...]
  • People : Dancing Chamorros

    September 3, 2017 // 0 Comments

    People (Post#4) : Dancing Chamorros When I am traveling, I love to take photos of things that has my interest, most of them are more into natural landscape and scenery. [...]


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Dec 26, 2018


To All,


Coming soon … travel post in Japan and Taiwan will be publish in my site, still with some twist of past travel stories from Australia.


Until then,


DBA Mountaineer

Past Travel – 2016

February 13, 2019


To All Readers,


Checkout my travel adventure for 2016.


  1. Free Transit Tour in Singapore
  2. Travel Diary 101 : Kakadu Missed, Litchfield Take Over
  3. Litchfield National Park – Home of Fascinating Termite Mounds and Waterfalls
  4. 5 Reasons You Want to Visit Litchfield National Park
  5. Nitmiluk National Park : Sandstone Country Full of Stunning Gorges
  6. Judbarra (Gregory) National Park – “One of the Most Prolific Sites in Australia”
  7. Top 5 National Parks of Northern Territory Visited
  8. Lake Argyle – Where People, Birds, Fishes, Wallabies and Freshies Meet
  9. Purnululu National Park – A Park With One of the Most Striking Geological Landmarks in Western Australia
  10. The Bungle Bungles – One of the Most Spectacular Landmarks in the World
  11. El Questro Station and Surround
  12. Emma Gorge and Cockburn Range – El Questro Wilderness
  13. Manning Gorge – A Picturesque Gorge In Gibb River Road
  14. Bell Gorge and Windjana Gorge – Two More Amazing Gorges in Kimberley
  15. Tunnel Creek National Park, Derby and Broome
  16. Broome Walks : Town Beach, Roebuck Bay, McDaniels Lookout and Pioneer Cemetery
  17. Broome Walks : Broome Historical Museum
  18. Broome Sightseeing Tour
  19. Travel Diary 101 : Broome – A Pearling Town in Kimberley
  20. Travel Diary 101 : Going to Perth
  21. The Perth Mint (Royal Mint of Australia)
  22. A Bit of Perth
  23. Busselton Jetty – Longest Timber Piled Jetty in Southern Hemisphere
  24. Stopover at Sandalford Winery
  25. Bootleg Brewery – “An Oasis of Beer in a Desert of Wine” As They Call It
  26. Mammoth Cave – “Dawn of Creation” & Boranup Forest
  27. Cape Leeuwin – “Where Indian Ocean Meets Southern Ocean”
  28. 8 Places To Explore in Margaret River (Western Australia)
  29. York – Oldest Inland Historic Town in Western Australia
  30. Hyden – Home of Spectacular Wave Rock
  31. Yanchep National Park – One of the Oldest Park in Western Australia
  32. Yanchep National Park – Lancelin – The Pinnacles Desert – Burns Beach
  33. Oliver Hill – Gun and Tunnel Tour


Until then,
DBA Mountaineer

Past Travel – 2015

December 23, 2017


To All Readers,


Checkout my travel adventures for 2015.


  1. Return To The Mountain – Mount Batulao Climb
  2. Banton Island – My Ancestors Homeland
  3. Alibijaban (Alibihaban) Island – A Worthy Summer Outreach Vacation
  4. Japan Highlights At The First Visit
  5. Tokyo – From A Small Fishing Village To A Bustling Metropolitan Prefecture
  6. Ginza – Tokyo’s Popular Shopping District
  7. Ryogoku Kokugikan – One of the Home of Most Ancient Japanese Sport
  8. Akihabara – A Quick Glance of Tokyo’s Game and Anime World District
  9. Ueno Park – One of Japan’s First Public Park and Once Kaneiji’s Ground
  10. Asakusa – Home of Famous Sensoji Buddhist Temple
  11. Tokyo SkyTree – A Lookout Window to Tokyo and Beyond
  12. A Day Walk in Yokohama – Popularly Known as Port City of Japan
  13. A Transient Walk In Queen’s Square Yokohama And Discovering of Mok Mok Wak Wak Yokohama Yo Yo
  14. An Express Ramble Between Landmark Plaza And Landmark Tower
  15. Nippon Maru – A Training Ship And Its Memorial Park
  16. Up Close of Minato Mirai 21 and Dropping By at Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History
  17. Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse – From Custom Houses To Cultural and Shopping Complex
  18. Enjoying the Open Space of Zuo-No-Hana Park
  19. A Visit at NYK (Nippon Yusen Kaisha) Maritime Museum and Exploring NYK Hikawamaru
  20. Osanbashi Pier – An Imaginary Spaceship Resemblance Terminal
  21. A View of Yamashita Park and Marine Tower
  22. Mount Fuji – A Sacred Famous Mountain and Arts Inspiration in Japan
  23. Kawaguchiko – Finding Enjoyment on its Lake after Unexpected Moments
  24. Hiroshima – An Introduction To The Home of Two World Heritage Sites
  25. Miyajima (Itsukushima) Island – “Island of Gods”
  26. O-Torii – A Boundary Between the Spirits and the Human Worlds
  27. Itsukushima Shrine – The Famous Floating Shrine
  28. Mount Misen – A Bit of Trek to Miyajima Island’s Sacred Mountain
  29. A Bit of Hatsukaichi
  30. Hiroshima – A Reborn City and A ‘Peace City’
  31. A Bomb Dome – Symbol of ‘Peace City’ – Hiroshima City
  32. Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park – A Walk to Remember
  33. Discovering Hiroshima Castle aka Carp Castle or Rijo Castle
  34. Live in a Dreamworld for a Day (Universal Studios – Osaka)
  35. United States of America – An Introduction To The Country With No Singular Specific Cultural Identity
  36. Visiting and Exploring World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta? What can you Expect?
  37. Margaret Mitchell’s (Gone With The Wind) House Visit
  38. Strolling at Midtown Atlanta (Peachtree Street Northeast – Atlanta Walk Part 1)
  39. Strolling at Downtown Atlanta (Peachtree Street Northeast – Atlanta Walk Part 2)
  40. Strolling at Pemberton Place (Atlanta Walk Part 3)
  41. Strolling at Centennial Olympic Park (Atlanta Walk Part 4)
  42. Strolling at Downtown Atlanta (Peachtree Street Northwest – Atlanta Walk Part 5)
  43. Strolling at Underground Atlanta (The City Beneath the City – Atlanta Walk Part 6)
  44. Shaping Sound at The Fabulous Fox
  45. It’s all about Georgia Aquarium
  46. Center for Civil and Human Rights


Until then.
DBA Mountaineer