Category Archive: Photography

Scilly Birds and Seals

“There is seal over there on your left, you can see, popping her head out” said our guide and captain of the boat who had a strong cornish accent, which almost sound like… Continue reading

Berlin’s MauerPark Flea Market

Second-hand or some cool people call it vintage, some other people call it Pre-loved, is a great concept, I think (the second-hand idea, not calling it pre-loved, I think that is a bit… Continue reading

Lisbon’s Urban Decorative Walls

There are so much going on lately that I have been very laxed on blogging. I just remembered about this one update that has been the queue for ages. Mba Loraine’s update of… Continue reading

My Viennese Whirl

Hi everyone! It has been awhile. On this part of the update it is simply about the sights that I saw and visited, then there’ll be ones about the museums and art galleries,… Continue reading

Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna – Rome

The plan was to combine the post about the modern art into 1. But I really want to share these lovely art work displayed in this National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome… Continue reading

Roman Invasion – Some tips on the popular sites of Rome

This year I have been to several capital cities. Rome was definitely different. Blessed with good weather I enjoyed roaming through the city. There will be several updates on rome, on two of… Continue reading

V&A – London Design Festival Hightlights

Each year at the London Design Festival there is always a big piece of art/design instalation. This year it is Crest by Zaha Hadid architects, situated in the John Midejski garden of the… Continue reading

Slovakian Food – Bratislava

The great thing about the rain, was that I get to sit in cafes and restaurants and eat and drink. One thing that Bratislava is not in shortage of is Cafes. They are… Continue reading

Bratislava in the rain

This trip actually made me question how much weather make or break your holiday, and it is something you don’t have any control or can change. For those who have been reading this… Continue reading

Fun Moment the last two year

When I set up the giveaway a couple of weeks ago maybe I didn’t really thought it through. That it might be really difficult to describe the most fun moment you had in… Continue reading

Felt + Art = Cornershop

The equation might not make sense, but it does. Warungs (Waa-roongs) in England are called cornershops. Because they are more likely to be on a corner of a road, or are so tiny… Continue reading

Hoxton & Shoreditch Area – London

Ok, maybe it would be better for me to ┬ábe able to say “oh, yeah, of course I know london, hohohoh” with an air of arrogance indiference, and a smirk. But, I have… Continue reading

Driving through France

It was such a change from driving in Indonesia not just because it is on the same side, but for many other things. As my car is British registered it drives on the… Continue reading

Bilbao & Guggenheim Bilbao – Spain

One of the days whilst in France to cheer me up, my friends took me to Bilbao. Not really. I just said : I am going to the Gugenheim in Bilbao, it is… Continue reading

40 hours in Vilnius – Lithuania

In my previous update I said that Bucharest is my favourite European Capital city. Well, I think it is sharing place with Vilnius. Why? Vilnius is very pretty too. Plus it is got… Continue reading

40 hours in Bucharest – Romania

A mini weekend, flew Friday night arrived at 3am Saturday morning. Woke up at 9am for breakfast, at 10 I was out. Tired but excited as the sun decided to shine that day.… Continue reading

I saw real puffins! thoughts on Nature Conservation

Yes, not the Penguin books for children ‘Puffin’ but real Puffins in their natural habitat. Before going to yorkshire, I was told that the coast of Yorkshire is one of the best coastline… Continue reading

Hepworth Wakefield Gallery – Yorkshire Sculpture tour part 2

Happy Sunday from Bucharest! Continue… From Yorkshire sculpture park, I took the same bus back to Wakefield which drops me right outside The Hepworth Wakefield Gallery. The UK have two major museums where… Continue reading

Yorkshire Sculpture Tour, England – Part 1

Of course on the day I decided to go to a sculpture park, the rain also decided to not stop and was invading Yorkshire for the day. It didn’t however stop me from… Continue reading

The quest for the best ice cream in London

9 am on a very sunny sunday, I decided to start my quest, at 11 am I am eating a cup of adhoc ice cream, found at the first 10 minutes walking towards… Continue reading