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  • Cold Sunny Day At Mount Junior!

    Cold Sunny Day At Mount Junior!
    This happened during the semestral break here in our country. Semestral break may range from 2-3 weeks and having such a boring place, my friend asked me if we could go over Mount Junior in Guimaras Island. I asked him why the name. He told me that long ago, the property of the whole mountain was of his grandfather. Since time immemorial, trespassers would go inside the perimeter and build houses or resting places. It was then during his father's time they again claimed the area and to avoid confusion, it was supposed to be named after his grandfather but since it was his father that claimed, it was named Mount Junior.
  • Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)

    Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)
    A visit to the 'City of Angels' is incomplete without beholding the divine awesomeness of Phra Buddhasaiyas, the huge Reclining Buddha at one of Bangkok's oldest and largest temple complex: Wat Pho (also officially called Wat Phra Chetuphon Vimolmangklararm Rajwaramahaviharn--whew, that's a mouthful!).
  • Bairro da Liberdade

    Bairro da Liberdade
    It’s exactly like the rest of Brazil, a beautiful mix of cultures, colors, origins, but mostly, this neighborhood is a very exciting piece of Japanese country.
  • Market of Markoye

    Market of Markoye
    Markoye is one of the last cities in the north of Burkina Faso just before the border of Mali. It's a little city but is famous for his very big market, with a lot of people coming from Burkina and Mali to exchange their goods at this place.
  • Moscow-City

    The "Moscow-City" skyscrapers are the largest building project in Europe and is already called "The Moscow Manhattan". The skyscrapers are being built on the 60 hectares area on the Krasnopresnenskaya quay and represent 15 high-rise office, trade & hotel complexes. The huge square of 1 km, which the project covers, allows to place different components on its territory,including structures for business activity as well as for rest. So, undoubtedly we see the City inside the City.
  • Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise

    Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise
    One of the best ways to enjoy a romantic night at the 'City of Smiles' is to enjoy a sumptuous Thai dinner aboard a ferry that cruises up and down the Chao Phraya River, offering amazing views of brightly-lit establishments and landmarks. Called the "River of Kings", Bangkok's major river gracefully snakes through this vibrant capital, and at night, becomes a shimmering jewel, reflecting the thousands of city lights that burn along its banks.
  • Good Night, Bangkok

    Good Night, Bangkok
    At the height of Bangkok's anti-government protests that shut down the airports late November, I was given no choice but to spend the remainder of my second visit to this vibrant city gleefully basking in its wonderful fluorescent glow. Very eager to test the slow shutter speeds of my Horizon Perfekt (newly acquired by hard-earned piggy points), I wandered the 'City of Angels' camera-armed to discover a glimmering labyrinth as amazing at night as it is under the midday sun.
  • Sheremetyevo Airport

    Sheremetyevo Airport
    Sheremetyevo is an international airport located north of Moscow. it's one of three airports of Moscow/
  • Downtown Winston

    Downtown Winston
    My dad lives four hours away from me, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It's pretty down south in the United States, but there's an awesome downtown scene. Whenever I come to visit him, I beg my dad to take me downtown so I can take pictures.
  • Mälaren the Lake

    Mälaren the Lake
    I'm now studying in Västerås, Sweden. It is only a small town yet several interesting places awaited to be discovered. One of those things is Mälaren, the third largest lake in Sweden.
  • Aveiro - The Portuguese Venice!

    Aveiro - The Portuguese Venice!
    Last summer, I was bored out of my mind, so I called up a friend of mine and we decided to take a trip on the very next day. Destination? Aveiro! We were a little bit ashamed for not knowing this wonderful city very well, considering it’s just an hour away from Porto, by train. So off we go!Known as the "Portuguese Venice", the city of Aveiro is crossed by many canals, surrounded by salt-flats, lagoons and beaches and dominated by the Central Canal running through town.
  • The archeological site of Oursi Hu-Beero

    The archeological site of Oursi Hu-Beero
    The archeological site of Oursi Hu-Beero is perhaps one of the oldest medieval sites that had been found in west Africa. This exceptional site is dated from around the 10-11th century and reveals some exceptional traces form african medieval life, at the sahelian border of Burkina Faso, near of Mali and Niger.
  • Rimini - squeezy beach time

    Rimini - squeezy beach time
    There is a long history of German travelers going to Italy in the summer. It all started in the 50's and 60's. When the Teutonians first discovered, that you could actually do a vacation abroad instead of conquering new living space;)
  • Precinct 6, Lakeview

    Precinct 6, Lakeview
    Few months back, my friends came to Putrajaya. I brought them to Precinct 6 lake. It is the place for any water sport event handle in Putrajaya. There is so much activity you can do here such as swimming, water-ski, or just a simple family picnic. Don't forget to bring your own props because this is the best place to shoot.
  • Behind the Walls of Pingyao...

    Behind the Walls of Pingyao...
    One of the best preserved walled cities in China simply could not be missed (yeah, we still are on our trip through China, slowly moving from from the North to the South :).
  • Lakawon Island

    Lakawon Island
    Last week I was invited by a lomo friend to go and have a taste of the Lakawon Island. I was wondering if the island was some kind of commercialized and if there are lots of people going there. I have to sleep over her house so that by next day, we can wake up earlier and pave our way to Lakawon Island. After an hour's drive from Silay City, we arrived in the coasts of Cadiz, the Cadiz Viejo. We parked our car there and rode a 600 peso ($12.00) boat ride fare just to go to the island.
  • Travelling by bus in Burkina Faso

    Travelling by bus in Burkina Faso
    During my travel to Burkina Faso, I stayed very few time in Ouagadougou, because the main destination was Nouna, in the west part of the country. The only way to go there is with a 4x4 or the regular bus line of "Liza Transport International". As I had no 4x4, I chose Liza.... what a travel!
  • Golgotha - Marseille - France

    Golgotha - Marseille - France
    Five years ago I was working in an associative radio in Marseille, based in La Friche - Belle de Mai ("":
  • Wutai Shan temples and mountains

    Wutai Shan temples and mountains
    4 hours on the bus from Datong, China - and you'll join the region of Buddhist temples and spectacular mountains. Pack well with warm clothes and carefully choose your hostel (there are plenty of and the place is cold in winter - below 0 Celsius degree is normal on 2-3 km high altitude:)
  • Dor-ChaBonim Beach and National Reserve

    Dor-ChaBonim Beach and National Reserve
    So, you've got another sunny-shiny day and still have not decided how to spend it? Dor