Category Archives: Territory

People : Dancing Chamorros

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. Taking photos of people is not really my thing, but if taking shots of natural expression of human who are totally different from person standing still and smiling in front

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Edible : Hagåtña, Guam – Fiesta Plate

Edible (Post#4) : Hagåtña, Guam – Fiesta Plate During the Wednesday Night Market at Chamorro Village in Hagåtña, I logically based my reasoning to queue in the longest line just to order my dinner because of curiosity and to have fun as well. People in the line were somewhat has the same reason as mine. I ordered the one they

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In The Middle Of Somewhere : Chamorro Village

In The Middle Of Somewhere (Post#10) : Chamorro Village During my second visit in Hagåtña, the Capital City of Guam, the main place that I had been most of the time was at Chamorro Village because it is famous for its Wednesday Night Market. And I was curious how famous the village is. And before it’s totally dark, the village

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Name Of The Place : Guam

Name Of The Place (Post#32) : Guam Here is one of the name of the place which is Guam that I added in my photo collection. The island of Guam is an US territory located in the Pacific part of Oceania continent in Micronesia. The photo includes “Hafa Adai” pronounced as “half a day” which means “Hello” in Chamorro, the local

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Discovery : Mabini Historical Marker at Asan Beach Park

Discovery (Post#25) : Mabini Historical Marker at Asan Beach Park In one of the tours I had in Guam, I had a chance to see a marker of a familiar hero back home – Apolinario Mabini. I felt proud when I saw such marker. At least in a small island like Guam, one of patriotic men in my country is

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View At My Window : Guam

View At My Window (Post#26) : Guam The beginning of my adventure travel in one of the US Territory was not far from my country in the Pacific and named as Guam. This part of the world has commonality in my country Philippines because of its geographic location and history. These photos are part of my Guam Adventure Photo Collection April

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Trekking Kata Tjuta (The Olgas)

At camping area in the nearby village Yulara not far from Uluru / Ayers Rock where we chose to sleep for the first night of our camping tour, we helped our tour guide in dinner preparation. To be honest, I was not really good in kitchen and food stuff but still I tried my best to be useful, like helping the

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Juncture With Folk(s) : At Kings Canyon

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 not know them personally but having a chance to be with them even in just few days made the tour or trip even better. The camping tour I joined in

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Enriching Viewpoint : Replica of The Royal Throne of Perak

Enriching Viewpoint (Post#3) : Replica of The Royal Throne of Perak “This Royal Throne has been used during the installation of His Royal Highness Sultan Iskandar Shah (the 30th Sultan of Perak) in 1918. Since then it was used during the installation of His Royal Highness Sultan Abdul Aziz Al-Mustasim Billah Shah in 1938, His Royal Highness Sultan Yussuff Izzudin

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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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Natural Wonders : Kings Canyon – Lost City

Natural Wonders (Post#2) : Kings Canyon – Lost City Outback experience was one of the unforgettable experiences that I had while in Australia, because while lost in the desert, it’s totally new world out there to discover and learned something. The photo above is the one they used to call “Lost City” within Kings Canyon (Northern Territory). This canyon is

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In The Middle Of Somewhere : Canberra Parliament House – Senate Chamber

In The Middle Of Somewhere (Post#2) : Canberra Parliament House – Senate Chamber During my Day Tour in Canberra, I got chance to enter the building which is the centre of political power in Australia and I am referring to new and current Parliament House in Canberra. The photo above is one part of the building and called as Senate Chamber.

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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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Panoramic View : Kata Tjuta (Mount Olga)

Panoramic View (Post#17) : Kata Tjuta (Mount Olga) Kata Tjuta was one of the main itinerary we had while touring Red Centre. We actually experience trekking this rocky mountain and discovered magnificent domed rock formation at the center of Australia. Like Ayers Rock, this is also considered a significant place for the Aboriginal people (Indigenous people live in Australia). Photo

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Panoramic View : Mount Conner

Panoramic View (Post#15) : Mount Conner One of the mountains that I discovered from a distance in Red Centre at Northern Territory Australia is Mount Conner. When I saw this mountain I can’t believe that there such a mountain where the top is almost perfectly flat when looking from a far. For us in Philippines such hill or mountain are

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View At My Window : Canberra

View At My Window (Post#14) : Canberra Canberra like Brisbane is one of the city that I used to hear that it’s a boring city. When I heard that comment, most likely I am curious why people used to say that. As I knew that Canberra is the city where the central government of Australia is located and chosen to

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Name Of The Place : National Museum of Australia

Name Of The Place (Post#14): National Museum of Australia One part of the itinerary that we had during Canberra Day Tour was National Museum of Australia where most of the history of continent country down under are being showcase. My gateway to this tour was through Sydney airport as the flight to Sydney from Melbourne was comparably cheaper than flying

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Name Of The Place : Alice Springs

 Name Of The Place (Post#13): Alice Springs Alice Springs is located at Red Centre in Northern Territory. Red Centre is the first on my must see list in Australia as for me it represents one of the place for “Outback Adventure” which I haven’t experience before. I flew to the Town of Alice Springs as my gateway to see Uluru,

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Chromatic Outlook : Australian War Memorial

Chromatic Outlook (Post#6): Australian War Memorial Australian War Memorial is Australia’s national memorial to remember its military forces and other supporting forces who died for its country. I had a chance to visit this place last June 2013 when I visited Canberra which is the Australian Capital City (called as Australian Capital Territory). This post has been updated to add

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