During my very recent trip to Cambodia, my expectation to see a monk was fulfilled when I visited a couple of temples. Not only did I see one but several of them who came in groups, most likely as tourists … Continue reading
Category Archives: People
Bali: A Morning With The Fishermen.
The fisherman’s village at Jimbaran beach is one spot in Bali that is void of a crowd – well, that’s how it was when I dropped there in the morning. Just a couple of tourists were jogging along the beach. … Continue reading
Bali: Handy Works.
The artists and batik makers are truly Bali’s pride. I got to see them at work when I visited the Batik Factory and the Neka Art Museum. Balinese are fine artists and I was awed to have known the tedious … Continue reading
It Pays To Be Patient…Really.
What made me noticed this young man was he was fishing without a rod, just a hook and string. I was taking a walk along the seafront of Kota Kinabalu deciding where to have lunch when I saw him throwing … Continue reading
Travel Theme: Work.
Work. The reason I wasn’t able to post as often as I did before. I’ve been missing a lot here, so I hope after this entry to Ailsa’s weekly travel theme, I could post as much. May the force be … Continue reading
Travel Theme: Peaceful.
Peaceful is the word to describe an acquired siesta right in the middle of a crowded park. I took this snapshot during my visit to Sanya’s Ends of the Earth Park at Hainan, China. It was high noon, the park … Continue reading
Travel Theme: Costume.
My nephew dressed-up as an Arab during one of his school’s activities. Here he insisted on wearing one of his superhero suit while walking around in Baguio City. The mask is too small for his head though. During the Higantes … Continue reading
Travel Theme: The Four Elements.
Here’s putting some human element to this week’s travel theme by Ailsa: Earth: A man and his carabao preparing the soil or mud to be used and made as a pot/ jar at Burnayan (a pottery shop) in Ilocos, Sur. … Continue reading
Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost In Details.
It is easy to be awed seeing the numerous temples in Bangkok. I am amazed at how each structure was made. But I was totally LOST for words when I witnessed how the tiny details everywhere were made… it was … Continue reading