Monthly Archives: March 2015

View At My Window : Patawalonga Lake

View At My Window (Post#21) : Patawalonga Lake One of the place that I visited in South Australia aside from Adelaide City was Glenelg. After spending more than an hour in the said place when we return to Adelaide, we pass the bridge of King St and while passing, I was hooked in the scenery. The photo above was actual

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Name Of The Place : Legoland Malaysia

Name Of The Place (Post#20) : Legoland Malaysia As part of our tour in Malaysia, we went to Legoland to see what’s in store for us on this playground. Yes, we are adult but, when we say a theme park, it is the place of freedom to be a kid again, though we never took children rides, we enjoyed all types

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Quick Peek of Sydney Darling Harbour

I had a post about my first travel in Sydney entitle “Serenading at Opera House” that covers the first place that I visited which was the famous Sydney Opera House and then I returned to the city after almost two weeks since I got a deal for Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves tour from Groupon which scheduled and planned prior

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Random Angle : WAFI – Pyramids and Egyptian Themed Buildings

Random Angle (Post#1) : WAFI – Pyramids and Egyptian Themed Buildings WAFI is one of the mall in Dubai that has unique exterior design of its building because it has EGYPTIAN theme architecture design. Because of my curiosity, I asked my college friend whom accompanied me in some nights while I was in Dubai, why WAFI has Egyptian style, and

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Discovery : Ngiyari (Thorny Devil)

Discovery (Post#1) : Ngiyari (Thorny Devil) When I did Outback Adventure in Red Centre area of Australia, it is not only the experiences and places that I treasured. During that time, I was to lucky to saw one of the unique species in the desert which is called Ngiyari or Thorny Devil. When I saw this one, I was kind

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Theme : Cave – Batu Cave

Theme (Post#1) : Cave – Batu Cave Batu Cave is one of the accessible cave in Malaysia for the tourist since its location has train station and accessible from the city. It was mentioned that the cave is one of the popular Hindu Shrines outside India. The cave itself contains lots of limestone and being preserve in our time. The

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Blissful Second : Chinese New Year Parade Drummer and Performer

Blissful Second (Post#1) : Chinese New Year Parade Drummer and Performer Festival and parades usually compliment with each other, when there is festival there is definitely a parade. When we visited Hong Kong it was the season of Chinese New Year in 2012, during that time, we tried to see the parade in Kowloon. At first, we were just strolling around

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Structure : Ho Chi Minh City Hall

 Structure (Post#1) : Ho Chi Minh City Hall As part of our backpacking adventure was to walk around Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon). And while walking we never expected to see the building of City Hall of Ho Chi Minh. The statue at the front is Ho Chi Minh itself who was a Vietnamese Communist revolutionary leader

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National Rhododendron Garden and Grant Picnic Ground

It was almost a month after I returned to Melbourne last October 2014, it was my first day to really go out again to explore some places that I haven’t seen yet. The place we were targeting was somewhere near the city which was Dandenong Ranges National Park. On this trip, I discovered and learned that this National Park has

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Life Of Others : Wilson Promontory – Crimson Rosella

Life Of Others (Post#1) : Wilson Promontory – Crimson Rosella During the tour in Wilson Promontory National Park, one of the things I enjoyed while at the parking area was being up close and personal with the birds specifically Crimson Rosella (parrot native in Australia). This bird is commonly found in forests, parks, and farmlands. The young one has green

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Natural Wonders : Uluru (Ayers Rock)

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 Australia’s Outback. One of the amazingly great to know that Uluru is in the middle of the continent country in southern hemisphere which they commonly calling as Red Center. Ayers

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Still Expression : Undisclosed Reflection

Still Expression (Post #1): Undisclosed Reflection As I am most interested in taking photos of places and scenery, I am not really that good in taking photos of people, but I cannot avoid to get one. One thing that I am probably interested is taking snapshots of moments where people are in random movement rather than taking post of their

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In The Middle Of Somewhere : The Hahndorf Inn

In The Middle Of Somewhere (Post#1) : The Hahndorf Inn One of the area I visited during my two days holiday in South Australia is the small German town – Hahndorf. Since the place is in Adelaide Hills region, the ambiance of the place become perfect for a German place. When our tour bus dropped us in the area, the

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Something To Look At : The Lost Cemetery

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 Cemetery”, the quotation mentioned in the photo was came from Commander Major John Hightower. While looking in its message, I think everyone has been guilty even myself because there were times that

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Life In The Metro : Somewhere In Phra Nakhon

Life In The Metro (Post#1) : Somewhere In Phra Nakhon The photo above is around about where five roads meet. The five roads are: Rambuttri Alley/Rd, Thanon Tanao, Sip Sam Hang Rd, Bowon Niwet Rd and Tani Rd where all located in Phra Nakhon, central district in Bangkok. This was the nearby area where we found our accommodation for the night in Bangkok Thailand during

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Fruit Picking Adventure at Bacchus Marsh

Since the season in Australia is switching from spring to summer, it is the same period to enjoy harvesting season. And when that season happened while I was in Melbourne therefore it is common to be invited by my friend to go somewhere and enjoy fruit picking. This time I was invited to join the strawberry and cherry picking. Back

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Home : Kinabuhayan River

Home (Post#20) : Kinabuhayan River When we climbed Mount Cristobal as part of our preparation training for Mount Apo climb, another place near in the mountain that our group visited was Kinabuhayan River which can be found within Barangay Kinabuhayan in Dolores Quezon. We stopped here to rest and to enjoy the river. Photo captured last February 2009. Please follow

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Chromatic Outlook : Disneyland Hotel

Chromatic Outlook (Post#20) : Disneyland Hotel Even sleeping in Disneyland Hotel quite expensive than the normal hotels that I used to booked every time I was out of the country, I reserved an overnight to that hotel. Because I was with my mother for the first time out of the country, I wanted to gave her a lot of memories

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Panoramic View : Melbourne Central Business District

Panoramic View (Post#20) : Melbourne Central Business District One of the things that I really like when I live abroad is to walk around in the place with my camera. As there are lot of places to explore in Melbourne and its surrounding area, I did some research until I found something about Bayside. It is a city at the

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