We visited Mauritius to celebrate the new year, and of course, diving on the first day of the year. It has been our tradition for several years. Only this time, […]
Marking the start of Hindu Balinese “Saka” Year, Balinese honour the first day of the new year, Hari Nyepi, by reserving themselves for self-reflections in silent. All business activities are […]
A couple months ago, I had an opportunity to visit Sumba Island (Indonesia), a small island lies to the east of Bali. The Island is one of the Lesser Sunda […]
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 […]
It’s been a while since my last post. At this moment I am stunned with the impact of COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainties it has caused. For instance, my business […]
I had to complete the story of my scuba diving adventure in Moalboal (the Philippines). A blog post of the scuba diving in Moalboal was posted a long time ago, […]
‘Schipbreuk en Juttersmuseum’ Flora (Dutch language) or it is in English translation: ‘Shipwreck and Beachcomber Museum’ Flora is located in Texel Island, the Netherlands. The museum has a large number […]
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.
Cloud Gate or the Bean (it does look like a bean) in Chicago (USA), is truly an impressive sculpture by Anish Kapoor.
Visiting Mauritius reminds me of a wonderful quote from a book by Dave Barry, “Another great thing about travel: It often serves to remind you that the world is full of things that are not about you.” And it serves our travel in Mauritius, despite its tiny, the island is mighty for its nature and diversity.
A picturesque valley next to Yellowstone River, where the herds of bison are usually seen. Although we did not see many bison on our stop at the valley, the scenery of the Hayden Valley was truly breathtaking.