Monthly Archives: April 2015

Panoramic View : Victoria Valley and Victoria Range

Panoramic View (Post#22) : Victoria Valley and Victoria Range One of the place that I dreamed to visit in Victoria State in Australia was Grampians National Park. The main reason why I wanted to visit the place because of its mountain ranges. I can’t really describe in one word the feelings that I have every time I am in such a

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Precious Moment In The Mountain : Kata Tjuta (Mount Olga)

Precious Moment In The Mountain (Post#22) : Kata Tjuta (Mount Olga) Kata Tjuta is a group of large dome rock formations which located near In Uluru and Alice Springs. It was mentioned that there are 36 domes. This site like Ayers Rock is a sacred to Aboriginal people in Australia. The photo above is one of the valley in between

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View At My Window : Sungai Melaka (Malacca River)

View At My Window (Post#20) : Sungai Melaka (Malacca River) The photo above was Sungai Melaka or Malacca River. The snapshot was captured during the adventure in Malaysia together with my youngest sister last January  2013. My impression in the town of Malacca was like an old town, which truly reflecting its own history of time. The river has important

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Name Of The Place : Flinders Chase National Park

Name Of The Place (Post#21) : Flinders Chase National Park When I visited Kangaroo Island in South Australia, one of the National Park we visited was Flinders Chase National Park which includes two geological monuments such as Remarkable Rocks and Admiral Arch. After seeing the two geological monuments, I also enjoyed the nature within the park, some areas nearby Remarkable Rocks had

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Glenelg – Popular Beach Side Suburb of Adelaide

After Haigh’s Chocolate Factory, we drove to Glenelg. Glenelg is suburb not really far away from the city centre of Adelaide. Around half an hour or less drive, anyone can immediately reach the suburb with different transporation options available. Aside from driving, there is a tram from the city centre straight to Glenelg that’s why the beach side suburb is very

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Juncture With Folk(s) : At Enchanted Adventure Garden – Hedge Maze

Juncture With Folk(s) (Post#1) : At Enchanted Adventure Garden – Hedge Maze I usually travel alone specially when its outside my country. When I was in abroad I have this thoughts that whether I am with someone or alone, I will see the world as much as I can. I knew it is better to travel with someone but in

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Interior : State Library Victoria – La Trobe Reading Room Ceiling

Interior (Post#1) : State Library Victoria – La Trobe Reading Room Ceiling The photo above is the interior design of the dome ceiling in La Trobe Reading Room inside State Library Victoria in Melbourne CBD. The photo above was just a sneak shot that I had while wandering inside the library. At first, I tried to search books to read inside

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Twilight : Sydney CBD From Sydney Cove

Twilight (Post#1) : Sydney CBD From Sydney Cove Taking photographs at night is more challenging than taking it at day time. Because, I need to tweak something in my camera just to be able to capture it clearly. Since I am still a newbie in terms of customizing the settings of my camera, I was glad that I was able

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Edible : Yarra Valley Chocolaterie – Chocolates

Edible (Post#1) : Yarra Valley Chocolaterie – Chocolates It was second time for me to explore Yarra Valley while I was still in Melbourne. And to my surprise, I am not aware that in the vast middle of the valley we will find a chocolate factory named Yarra Valley Chocolaterie with a bright and colourful one storey building. I was amazed

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Transportation : Hong Kong – Double Decker Tram

 Transportation (Post#1) : Hong Kong – Double Decker Tram Every time I travel, I used to take photos of anything to remember all the places that I visited. The snapshots were always random, whatever my camera caught. The photo above was one of the double-decker tram available as public transportation in Hong Kong and the one above was a flavour

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Colors : Jurong Bird Park Entrance Garden

Colors (Post#1) : Jurong Bird Park Entrance Garden Photo above was captured near the Entrance of Jurong Bird Park which displayed colourful flowers and some used to creatively display a bird shape which the park is all about bird. I visited this place when I was still working in Singapore and went there together with my nephew which just 3

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Adelaide – A Green City Named After A Queen Consort

Last May 2013, I planned a quick holiday in South Australia and Adelaide City was just one of the itinerary included in one of the tours that I had while I was in my two days holiday. One of the things that I learned while traveling as solo is the location of the hotel where I will be staying so I can walk

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Random Angle : The Venetian Macao

Random Angle (Post#2) : The Venetian Macao When we got a chance to visit Macau, we had an opportunity to visit the Cotai Strip in Macau where most its westernised casino hotels are located. The Venetian Macau is just one of the casino-hotel resort in the area where to see and to feel the ambiance Venice like city which mentioned from

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Discovery : Banff Spring Snail Pond

Discovery (Post#2) : Banff Spring Snail Pond The photo above is previously a hot spring pool that people used before but because of endangered species of Banff Spring Snail, it has been preserved since then for the benefit to preserve the said species. Banff Spring Snail is only to be found here in Cave and Basin National Park Historical Site

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Theme : Classic Car – 1923 Chenard et Walcker 3L Roadster

Theme (Post#2) : Classic Car – 1923 Chenard et Walcker 3L Roadster I am not really a car enthusiast since I never know how to drive, but when it comes to classic cars I have this great curiosity what they really look like since I was born at the time where these classic vehicles are now seldom to see in the

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Blissful Second : Puffing Billy Steam Train Ride Moment

Blissful Second (Post#2) : Puffing Billy Steam Train Ride Moment The photo above shows the moment of steam train ride adventure which I captured while we were on our way to Gembrook. It was a joy ride as we took Puffing Billy which is classic and a century old steam train railway located in Dandenong Ranges which not far from Melbourne. It

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Enriching Viewpoint : Camp John Hay – Historical Figures Totem Pole

Enriching Viewpoint (Post#2) :  Camp John Hay – Historical Figures Totem Pole The Totem Pole consist of historical figures which has influence or roles for Philippines and US military relations which happened during the first half of 20th Century. We found this totem just beside the Bell House which was a historical site within Camp John Hay in Baguio City.

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Structure : British Columbia (BC) Legislature Building

Structure (Post#2) : British Columbia (BC) Legislature Building BC Legislature Building is one of the significant structure that are noticeable within Victoria in Vancouver Island. This is the building where Members of Legislative Assembly to create, review and debate whether they pass or reject the law. From the shore, this building seems like a castle because of the architecture structure

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Wandering in Jenolan Caves and Missed Flight Adventure

Wandering in Jenolan Caves During my second visit in Sydney the last stop of the tour was Jenolan Caves which not far from Echo Point Lookout where we started. Jenolan Caves are also located in World Heritage Blue Mountains National Park. From Echo Point Road we returned to Great Western Highway, and then we turned left at Hartley and took

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Life Of Others : Kangaroo Island – Sleepyhead Seal

Life Of Others (Post#2) : Kangaroo Island – Sleepyhead Seal It was my second day in South Australia and I was in Kangaroo Island when we saw this one. Seal which was sleeping at the time we went to Seal Bay. This was just one of the seal we saw, and majority of them did the same thing as if

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