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CHINA: Beijing In Photographs

Some photos I took during a brief visit to China’s busy, bustling, and beautiful capital — Beijing. Spring and the colours it brings to Beijing. A river dotted with beautiful trees. Beijing sunset… Continue reading

Charming Philippine Coves

Artist Jason Mraz once shared, “My home isn’t about being grounded in one corner of the planet. It’s about being in love and being lost in the middle of an amazing adventure, witnessing… Continue reading

Mui Ne (VietNam)

I once saw a photo of a friend of mine posing happily in what it seems to be a desert. I looked into its caption and I was surprised to read – “Vietnam… Continue reading

Nepal: More than the Himalayas

Nepal is probably world renowned because of the Himalayan mountain range, as it is home to the highest mountain in the world – Mount Everest. But to me, this landlocked nation is more… Continue reading

New Zealand: Auckland Volcano Walk

Zeal is a volcano, the peak of which the grass of indecisiveness does not grow. — Khalil Gibran Auckland is known to many as the City of Sails. I, however, would like to… Continue reading

Borobudur & Prambanan: Indonesia’s Soul

Yogyakarta (often called “Jogja or Yogya”) is a city on the island of Java known for its beyond visible traditional arts, cultural and intellectual heritage – hence being regarded as Indonesia’s “soul”. This… Continue reading

Historical City of Melaka (Malaysia)

The appealing and pleasant city of Melaka is a UNESCO world heritage site, with a rich trading history and multicultural heritage, making it a gratifying place to discover. I was in Singapore one… Continue reading

Phuket Beaches (Thailand)

The beach is almost always a great place to invigorate our mind and senses. The scent of the saline air, the sound of crashing waves and the amusing feel it imparts as they… Continue reading

Maynuba Circuit (Rizal, PH)

It definitely wasn’t a walk in the park. With a knee-trembling uphill climb at the early part of the climb along a trail that is newly made, the early morning sweltering temperature plus… Continue reading

Mount Batolusong (Rizal,  PH) 

​“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity” – John Muir, Our National Parks Work has been pretty… Continue reading