I took these images during my visit to International Labour Organisation (ILO) headquarters in Geneva (Switzerland). The ILO headquarters office has an impressive entrance of huge symmetrical colonnades. The ILO’s colonnades were […]
As mentioned on my About page, all my travel diaries were handwritten in travel notebooks. I know there is a mobile-phone app called Travel Diaries and I can type my […]
A eulogy. A final farewell to a father. Depth of Feeling.
As offered in Changi Airport, Singapore. I wish I have that chair now. Have a great Monday! PS: Comments are closed for this post.
Visiting Oslob to snorkel with the whale sharks was one of our travel itineraries in the Philippines. Four whale sharks were seen, face to face and so closed by. I […]
I am joining Jo’s Monday Walk this week. While Jo is exploring Stokesley (North Yorkshire, England), I am going to explore the most popular urban forest and recreational area in Rotterdam: […]
Around year 1900 Fenixloodsen (Fenix Lofts) next to Rijnhaven harbor, Katendrecht (Rotterdam) used to be the largest port warehouses area in the world. The area was bombed by the Germans […]
Who could think a port city like Rotterdam as a romantic city? Apart from its modern architectures, Rotterdam does not offer many old historical buildings or canals like Paris or […]
St. Peter’s Square (Vatican City) is surrounded by semi-round colonnades. Designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, each side of the colonnades consists of four rows of columns with total of 284 columns. Additionally, […]
Mepeed is a Balinese tradition that I wish to take picture someday. It is a tradition of a group of Balinese women carrying offerings (called as gebogan) on top of […]
It was not easy to take picture of Hong Kong in minimalist approach. Hong Kong is a concrete jungle with busy urban street life and harbors, for which I enjoyed […]