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Month: October 2011

Postcard #6 – Thailand Sawasdee/Floating Market

Sawasdee – is Thailand’s counterpart of Austria’s Gruß Gott – said as a greeting even between people who met for the first time. This greeting fully summarizes the characteristic of the Thais that gained them the title the Land of Smiles. You can smile at any Thai you pass by while walking on the street and Read More

Postcard # 5 Barasoain Church, Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines

The last time I went to Barasoian Church was in 1997 (I was in first year college). I went with my peers, one of my closest friend lives in Malolos so we paid her folks a visit and we went to see the Church as well. I remember having photos but I think those weren’t Read More

1001 Places I’d Like to Visit before I Die # 4 – Cancun

Impresionante, encantador… son las mejores palabras para describir a Cancún. Breathtaking, enchanting…are the best words to describe Cancun. Whether at night, noon or morning, the shores – the island itself is a photographer’s haven. Cancun holidays are sure to be full of fun. There’s snorkeling, scuba diving and other water sports, you can go visit historic ruins Read More

1001 Places I’d Like to Visit before I Die # 3 – Jamaica

Robert Nesta “Bob” Marley, undoubtedly one of 20th century’s greatest musician and the most revered performer of reggae music was born in the village of Nine Mile in Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica. There, a mausoleum has been built in memory of Marley, this was actually his birth and burial place and is rightfully called Nine Read More

Dreaming Dubai – 1001 Places I’d Like to Visit before I Die # 2

I love snow globes, I collect them as souvenirs whenever we visit another city. I sometimes ask friends to buy me some if, for example they are to visit me. Like a friend (whom I borrowed above photo) now based in Dubai who intended to visit come spring (she’s actually like to see snow in Read More

Prancing in Prague

Eight years ago, one of my closest friend and I agreed to have a rendezvous in Prague. She was there for 5 days and since Vienna is just 5 hours away by train, I thought of meeting her there. Unfortunately, her trip fell on the month when I’ve just given birth to our second son. Read More

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