Blue Lagoon, Nusa Ceningan, Bali, Indonesia — visited 21st September 2017. The blue's beautiful~ Just that I find it too erm open (?) and with too much movement (of people) to enjoy. Lol. So, here's some more blue just beside the nearby Mahana Point. :) . #129
Chilburam (칠불암), Namsan, Gyeongju, South Korea — visited 9th November 2016. More photos than usual cos hiking in Korea is just the best! ^^ . Top of the world! :D . And here's Jiro stopping by the stream. :) . #127
Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura (登別伊達時代村), Hokkaido, Japan — visited 7th August 2017. Of ninjas, games, snacks and the weirdest themed houses with the craziest illusions and tricks~ When travelling, there'd be times when you wished you were alone so that you'd have more time to hang around and really take in the places you like. Yet… Continue reading Edo Wonderland.
Sea Breeze Warung, Nusa Ceningan, Bali, Indonesia — visited 21st September 2017. Awesome place! With hammocks, swings and awesome quotes like this~ :D . Then, the tides went down. I finished my milkshake and went exploring~ ^^ With the Yellow Bridge far in the background. Jiro vs Brittle Star. How many Brittle Stars can you find?… Continue reading Sea Breeze Warung.
Otaru Canal and the surrounding area, Otaru, Hokkaido, Japan — visited 11th August 2017. Great place to spend a day! And thanks once again to Ingress for taking me places I would otherwise not have explored :) The 小樽運河12連 banner mission was awesome~ . #086
Jinguashi Shinto Shrine (金瓜石神社), in the Gold Ecological Park (黃金博物園區), Ruifang, New Taipei City, Taiwan — visited 26th May 2015. Was initially deliberating whether or not to make a trip to this park since I've visited a couple of times. Decided to drop by anyway since I wanted to go see the Golden Waterfall (黃金瀑布) and… Continue reading Jinguashi Shinto Shrine.
Changgyeonggung, Seoul, South Korea — visited 17th October 2014. My favourite out of the 4 grand palaces plus 1 shrine that were included for admission with the integrated ticket. It's not a big compound, but I loved how it felt really spacious and calm, unlike the larger and more popular palaces where although huge and… Continue reading Changgyeonggung.