The rays of the setting sun above the Indian Ocean – captured from the cliffs on which the sacred Uluwatu temple in Bali is located. This temple is one of […]
The setting sun hides behind a cloud as she throws a beautiful blush pink hue across the sky as dusk falls, and the tide rolls in towards the sacred Tanah […]
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I grew up in the 70’s listening to the music of the Beatles being played on my father’s Lenco turntable. Among these was Penny Lane which depicted the road and […]
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It’s the last day of Ramadan for Muslims in Malaysia today. Tomorrow they usher in the first day of Syawal after a month of fasting. After a long month of […]
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I’m not a big fan of jostling with a huge crowd, especially one that does not understand the concept of queues. But that’s exactly what I had to put up […]
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Two years ago I embarked on a trip to the United States of America. I wanted to do and see as much as I could, but soon discovered that this […]
Cham Than is a quaint village in Vietnam. Located between Hoi An and Cua Dai Beach.
It’s a quaint and quiet getaway for those who want to escape the crowds and tourist at Hoi An town which is listed as a Unesco World Heritage site.
Wake up to the sound of ducks swimming in the irrigation canals that lead to vast rice fields – which in turn supplies an amazing foreground for breathtaking sunrise every morning.