Time goes by so fast, and it’s already my tenth month living in Minneapolis (Minnesota, USA). It’s been a pleasant stay so far, although I find it is challenging to […]
Dutchie and I left Tulum (Mexico) at 9:30 am by ADO bus to Chetumal, where we supposed to take a boat to San Pedro (Belize). The bus ride took 3.5 […]
“Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.” George […]
No, I will not recall the ruins just that Mexican thing. Tulum Ruins (Tulum, Mexico) are unique, an interesting and intriguing place to visit. In fact, it is the most visited archeological site […]
Monochrome Monday Basilica di Santa Maria in Aracoeli Nostalgic Quest
The cenote is a deep natural well or sinkhole formed by the collapse of surface limestone that exposes groundwater. Mexico has numerous cenotes around its territory, and they are considered significant […]
27 images of last night’s thunderstorm, compiled in one video. I took around 200 images and I wish I could do Time-Lapse or Cinemagraph with those images. This time, 27 images […]
The Nurse sharks are a common sight when scuba diving in Ambergris Caye (Belize). They usually swim in a group and a chance to meet two or more nurse sharks at the same time is higher. Two or three sharks, face to face?
One thing that strikes me when visiting Tulum (Mexico) was there were so many colorful murals on their town streets. The themes of the paintings are varied from ocean-related to the […]
It happened fifteen years ago, and the world has changed since. As a traveler with a passport from a country with majority Muslims, I felt the immediate effects in the first […]
El Pit or in English: The Pit, is perhaps the most spectacular cenote in Tulum (Mexico) that I have ever dove. The cenote is exclusively for certified scuba divers. Following […]
Personally, I am not a fan of dinner and show during travel. We did it in Havana (Cuba) to watch the performance of Buena Vista Social Club that combined with […]
Mauna Kea in the (Big) Island of Hawai’i (USA) is on the heat this week. Graffiti found on the rocks that believed as part of stop bombing activities in Hawaiian […]
On the first day diving, Doug, our Dive Master from the Big Island Divers Dive Center showed us the Harlequin Shrimp, a colorful shrimp, just a couple inch long. The shrimp is native to Pacific ocean, and I have been wanting to see them for ages.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I thought of presenting the pictures of the Galapagos Sea lions in their togetherness. They live in a colony where they do activities as […]
Dutchie and I arrive at midnight in Quito (Ecuador), thankfully, the immigration process goes quickly. Ecuador is one of the friendly countries for Indonesian passport holders; we don’t need a […]
First day of scuba diving in Galapagos. It's freezing cold but amazingly, we see so many colorful marine animals...
35th edition of Marine Life monthly post. Marine Life post published every 19th of the month. It aims to share information about the marine life species and to promote their […]
The reason we visited Galapagos is actually someone (read: Dutchie) has been dreaming to scuba dive with the schooling of Hammerhead sharks. Three famous locations in the world to scuba […]
34th edition of Marine Life monthly post. Marine Life post published every 19th of the month. It aims to share information about the marine life species and to promote their […]
I am not usually into visiting the zoos. For sure I avoid some zoos after their horrific stories how the zoos treated their animals. Minnesota Zoo (USA) is different. It […]
“Dutchie and I joined a scuba diving liveaboard (diving cruise) for 7N/8D. The itinerary included seven days of scuba diving across the Galapagos archipelago (Ecuador): Punta Carrion, Wolf Island, Darwin’s […]