Monthly Archives: December 2017

Natural Wonders : Magnetic Termite Mounds

Natural Wonders (Post#5) : Magnetic Termite Mounds If I was amazed in giant Cathedral Termite Mounds that I saw, I felt more wondrous after seeing the graveyard like Magnetic Termite Mounds. At first I thought that I was looking into a cemetery but it’s not. I learned that these termites thought to have built-in compass, which is the main reason

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Picture Frame : Tolmer Falls

Picture Frame (Post#7) : Tolmer Falls Before I was able to see the Tolmer Falls, we were required to walk less than a kilometer distance to reach the viewing platform. It’s one of the amazing falls to enjoy within the Tabletop Range in Litchfield National Park. At the viewing deck, there will be added bonus as there is lowland country

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Top 9 Places Visited in Atlanta

Have you visited Atlanta? Or plan to visit Atlanta? For me this is the first city that I saw when I reached USA. My visit in the city was not for leisure trip but a business reason. But, I still tried to explore the city even my first 10 days has been raining. I still tried to explore this city

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Restaurant : Litchfield Cafe

Restaurant (Post#3)  : Litchfield Cafe I am only good in eating, but I haven’t really tried to write post that describes restaurants  and my experience on it. This will be the first one that will focus on this subject. Litchfield Cafe is an eatery where people can eat through buffet style. When we reached the cafe, there are groups that’s already

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Natural Wonders : Giant Cathedral Termite Mounds

Natural Wonders (Post#4) : Giant Cathedral Termite Mounds Visiting Litchfield National Park amazed me in some ways. This happened when I saw two of the gigantic Cathedral Termite Mounds. I never realized to see such tall termite mounds. And the look of the mounds that the termites built were similar to cathedrals that human beings built. I was surprised that

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Discovery : Strauss Airfield

Discovery (Post#38) : Strauss Airfield Leaving Darwin City in few minutes and arriving in an open space made me wonder why we were in open space just beside the Stuart Highway. And while we were walking in the ground, we found few old plane drawings that are displayed within the airfield. I just realized that the said place is a

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Travel Diary 101 : Kakadu Missed, Litchfield Take Over

I planned my adventure in northern and western part of Australia before my visa expired last February 2017. I returned to Australia after 1.5 years and had my last travel in the said country. After having a free tour in Singapore last September 29, 2016 as my worthwhile layover which described in my post entitled Free Transit Tour in Singapore ,

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Discovery : Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) Holds World Record

Discovery (Post#37) : Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) Holds World Record One of the things that worth to know while visiting the center was to discover that one of the most important document in the world is translated to most number of languages which is just right. One thing that I hope in the future, that the museum will tell

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Chromatic Outlook : American Civil Rights Movement – Freedom Riders

Chromatic Outlook (Post#44) : American Civil Rights Movement – Freedom Riders One thing to learn about American Civil Rights Movement is how the African-American or negro tried to participate so the desegregation order become a realization as part of their fights for their rights in the society. The photos seen here are the people who even knew that they may

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Structure : Center for Civil and Human Rights

Structure (Post#16) : Center for Civil and Human Rights Without knowing or seeing the name of the building, from a distance I admired this modern building that truly symbolizes how the city gives importance of the most important innate and universal rights of human race.  These photos are part of Center for Civil and Human Rights Visit Photo Collection November

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Name Of The Place : Center for Civil and Human Rights

Name Of The Place (Post#42) : Center for Civil and Human Rights The name of this building conveys the one of the most important aspect of human race. And even at the present time, there are lots of people still struggle to fight for this right that should be innate to mankind. My visit to the center gave me a

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Discovery : White Spotted Jelly (Phyllorhiza Punctata)

Discovery (Post#36) : White Spotted Jelly (Phyllorhiza Punctata) This jelly is said to be invasive as it disrupts ecosystems along the east and west coast of the US by eating the zooplankton that native jellies rely on. I enjoyed watching these jellies as it looks like they are in their natural habitat. These photos are part of Georgia Aquarium Visit

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Restaurant : Cafe Aquaria

Restaurant (Post#2) : Cafe Aquaria Because of my limited time to spend in Georgia Aquarium, all I got of memories of the Cafe Aquaria were all photos of it. I never got a chance to have a break during my visit because I wanted to see as much as I can while exploring the once largest aquarium in the world.

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5 Reasons to Visit Georgia Aquarium

Visiting Georgia Aquarium and similar water parks for me is worth doing. If for other people see it as only for kids and young at heart, I do not agree on such belief. I am adult who still enjoys learning and the aquarium provides that kind of discovery. Georgia Aquarium is former World’s Largest Aquarium in the World until 2012.

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It’s all about Georgia Aquarium

Warning!!! This post describes experience while visiting Georgia Aquarium last November 2015. What I saw at that time may probably different right now as the aquarium went to renovations and improvements for the past two years. Since it was my last day in Atlanta as the next day was my return flight to my country, I felt like I have

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Life Of Others : Japanese Sea Nettle (Chrysaora Pacifica)

Life Of Others (Post#12) : Japanese Sea Nettle (Chrysaora Pacifica) This type of jelly which can appear in groups called “smacks”. And it has light-colored bell with dark orange lines. It has long tentacles which can be 10 feet long and cause skin irritation. These photos are part of Georgia Aquarium Visit Photo Collection November 2015. Please follow and like

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In The Middle Of Somewhere : Ocean Voyager (Georgia Aquarium)

In The Middle Of Somewhere (Post#12) : Ocean Voyager (Georgia Aquarium) One of the things that I really appreciated in Georgia Aquarium and similar park in other countries is the chance to walk under the water without getting wet and to appreciate the life diversity in our seas, rivers and lakes. This walk can be found inside Ocean Voyager gallery.

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Colors : The Star, The Urchins and The Anemones of the Sea

Colors (Post#10) : The Star, The Urchins and The Anemones of the Sea One of the good things that Georgia Aquarium offers to its visitors is giving a chance to experience some of its species that they exhibit. One of this is a chance to touch some of the Sea Star, Sea Urchins, and Sea Anemones. I enjoyed watching people

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