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  • Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai
    Flooded chiang mai. I touched down in Chiang Mai and a gorgeous afternoon greeted me. Managed to knock 50 baht off my room price and rested until evening descended. I decided to head to the night market for some dinner...got half way there and suddenly the rumors I'd been hearing came back to me: Chiang Mai was flooded!! I'd heard it a few times but I guess it didn't really sink in until now! People were wading through waist-deep water....the night market was definitely out! I had no choice but to return to the seedy part of town and find a semi-decent restaurant.
  • Shuang-chun beach

    Shuang-chun beach
    Shuang-chun beach is located in the Jiayi County. I often go there with my schoolmates to swim. This is a beach that very few people know. Because this beach has maintained its very primitive life style there is hardly any pollution.
  • Siegessäule

    Siegessäule
    Berlin, October 2004, three young people pay a visit to a good friend. Although all three have already been to the capital at least once, we do a little bit of sightseeing. The weather is fine and we're all in a brilliant mood. "Let's try to get on top of the Siegessäule!" I've always wanted to do that. Even my grandma was once on top of this monument and had left a message there (probably covered under ten layers of paint now). "No, you can't get up there!" argues Matthi, but he's wrong.
  • Liuxi cultural city

    Liuxi cultural city
    I like this place very much. The Taiwanese old movie-like streets are the places, the older generation remembers still very well. It carries the local lifestyle of various decades starting from 30's to the 60's surrounded with houses built following the ancient construction techniques.
  • Weekend in Petra

    Weekend in Petra
    Petra is known as the rose red city, the lost city, whatever you want to call it, it is an archaeological delight. Petra has always been on top of my list of places to visit, so when the opportunity came up a few weeks ago to visit for the weekend with a friend, I couldn't say no.
  • Gardens of Herrenhausen

    Gardens of Herrenhausen
    Well this sounds a bit like a boring lomolocation - garden, flowers, old people, tourists. But I want you to first read this text (that took me hours to write!) and do not skip the first paragraph with the historic facts! Then you will see why I like this location and why it is worth to pay a visit.
  • Glasgow River Festival

    Glasgow River Festival
    Glasgow River Festival takes place annually on the River Clyde and its banks over Glasgow Fair weekend (mid July). It's a great day out even for those who are not desperately interested in ships and boats and other maritime stuff.
  • Greek Easter at Uncle Paul’s

    Greek Easter at Uncle Paul’s
    Every since I can remember my family would always get together at my uncles house in Lindenhurst, NY. Perorations start a week or so in advanced. Uncle Paul orders the lamb and goat. Grandma starts preparing all the side dishes and colours the Easer Eggs. Finally on Easter Sunday Uncle Paul gets up nice and early to prepare the lamb and goat. Then he lights the BBQ.
  • Boats

    Boats
    The Mediterranean Sea is gorgeous - it has got the crossed water (not blue, not green - the "between" of both, like in doubles). So why not to discover it (the Sea) from the middle of it, ah? Well, you need to be a really good swimmer, or... need some luck to get to Marseille. The city itself is also so interesting, that you can even forget the plans of taking a trip with the boat in the Mediterranean Sea, so be calm and go straight ahead till you reach the old port, which is called Vieux-Port de Marseille.
  • Colosseum

    Colosseum
    If you are in Rome, Italy as a tourist, you shouldn't definitely miss visiting this enormous architectural monument built about 1920 years ago by the Emperor Vespasian. He started building it between 70 and 76 AD, but it was completed by his son Titus in 80 AD. The Colosseum was dedicated to the year of Vespasian's death by him. The opening celebrations lasted for 100 days presenting many games.
  • Kampung Sauk

    Kampung Sauk
    My lovely hometown, Kampung Sauk is a small village located in Kuala Kangsar, the state of Perak Darul Ridzuan. "Kampung" means village in Malaysian. By taking an express bus from our capital city, Kuala Lumpur to the town of Kuala Kangsar will spend you about 3 hours journey if it's not a peak season.
  • Semenyih Dam

    Semenyih Dam
    Do you love fishing? Actually fishing was not my real hobby. My boss is the one who knows fishing very well and often takes me to fish. Semenyih is a small town located in Selangor, Malaysia. It shares its name with Semenyih River, which is the main river passing near the town.
  • 2nd Beach Pool

    2nd Beach Pool
    Who doesn't love those sunny summer days? Or enjoy going to an outdoor heated pool? In Vancouver we have 2 favourites, 2nd Beach Pool in Stanley Park (pictured here) and Kitsilano Pool which is great for the more serious lane-swimmers. 2nd Beach Pool has 2 small slides and it's right on the edge of the ocean, the scenery is amazing. Bikes and roller-blades whiz by on the seawall, floatplanes in the sky, forest to the rear with raccoons, geese, swans, eagles and more.
  • La Miel

    La Miel
    La Miel (in english "The Honey") is a small town at the border line Colombia - Panama. As its name indicates the site is pure honey: quiet, soft and 100% sweet tranquillity. Few families are living there, but it is mainly a policemen town. There is a Panama's guard station; they're very nice people friendly and cooperative.
  • Itaguá Beach Pier

    Itaguá Beach Pier
    Located in Ubatuba city, Itagua Beach offers many options for people who like to photograph urban areas, amazing nature, people having fun at night, great bars and restaurants of the city, and during the day, one finds gorgeous and calm places, as the Itagua Beach Pier, where people usually go to fish, swim or just relax.
  • Arugambay

    Arugambay
    "Welcome to the land of sand!". Finest black tea, wild elephants, Buddhist temples or ayurveda massages. White sandy beaches with lush and green hill areas. You'll find it all in Sri Lanka. And: There is magnificent to surf there as well.
  • Día de Muertos

    Día de Muertos
    Tepotzotlán is a place, a little colonial town, near México City… but most important is this day. November 1 & 2, Día de Muertos, Day of the Dead; the day when people that has left us in this side of the road visits us to have a drink at our table. In fact, you can take part of the festivity at almost any place at México. One of the must important traditions on this day is the offering; it acquires different characteristics at different locations. At Tepotzotlán, some of the youngsters of the town organize a macro offering with lots of skeletons and skulls in every size and material (sugar, paper and clay).
  • Aurora

    Aurora
    So the Aurora thing.. The party place with lots of different djs on all days of a week, cheep beer and drinks with cool music and a small place for dancing. It's close to the centre of Warsaw, close to anything! And they sell sandwiches if you are hungry :)
  • Zum dicken Heinrich

    Zum dicken Heinrich
    It was my grandfather (the big Henry, cause he was really tall and fat), who built up this restaurant many years ago together with my grandmother. When he died, my uncle and aunt got the restaurant. And they developed it even more.
  • River Reuss

    River Reuss
    I don't take charge if you are going to this place, well actually into this place. Lucerne, the city where I live, is next to the "Vierwaldstättersee" (name of the lake). Here also starts the river Reuss that passes the city and also divided into the old and new part of it. Lots of tourists are coming to see the "Kappelbridge" (view picture) that crosses the river. After this bridge there are coming some others.