While in Istanbul.
Monochrome Monday Before the street music starts at New Orleans (Louisiana, USA). Unfortunately, the streets in the French Quarter were super busy at night, I was not comfortable to take […]
Diwan-I-Am or Hall of Public Audience of Agra Fort (India) used to be a place where the Emperors of the Mughal Dynasty to address and met the public. Stunning columns […]
I admire the Grand Central Station's classic beauty architecture, standing in glory amongst the concrete skyscrapers. Inside the central station, the pulse of the New Yorkers is beating. The busy bees are running from place to another, going through the labyrinths of the station's platforms.
Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness. – Desmond Tutu Monochrome Monday
Monochrome Monday More about traveling in Copenhagen (Denmark), please visit: Copenhagen in 36 Hours Have a great week! I will return to blog-walking shortly 🙂
Why not? 😉 Monochrome Monday
Monochrome Monday. If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. -Wayne Dyer Taken in Piazza Navona (Rome, Italy). Have a great week!
Jakarta (Indonesia) is my hometown. It is a city with 10.4 million people and 3.7 percent of them are living in poverty. Its nickname, the Big Durian, originated from a stinky fruit, a favorite fruit to many Jakartans.
Our last day in Ecuador was marked by hiking to the Cotopaxi Mountain (Ecuador). It was quite a tiring day, but we did it, I reached the Jose Rivas Refuge at 4864 meters (15,973 feet) above the sea level.