Entries Tagged as 'Travelogues'

Friday, February 17th, 2017

London: 8 Days Later

London is an amazing city – for professional or amateur photographer like me, there is always something eyecatching everywhere you look. From the ornate buildings, the cobbled streets to the grungy …


Thursday, February 9th, 2017

Putting on my old Sojourner Cloak

 
I thought I’d pick up writing my blog again, especially now that I am in London. In a way, blog-writing is also strangely obsolete as we now freely share our …


Sunday, November 16th, 2014

Yogyakarta – An Epilogue and A Quick Guide

Yogyakarta Train Station
 
I promised another post about the attractions in Yogyakarta in my last blog entry. However, being caught up in meeting relatives means that there’s a delay in me …


Thursday, November 13th, 2014

No other town like Yogyakarta

Whenever I visit a new country or a new city, I sometimes get the feeling whether I like or dislike the place. Maybe it’s my judgmental side or maybe it’s the …


Monday, November 3rd, 2014

Indonesia: An Acoustic Arrangement

Having spent time away from Indonesia makes me appreciate by the country’s eccentricities – and at the same time be horrified by them as well. Let’s start with the beginning …


Saturday, September 6th, 2014

The twist in my Melbourne fairy tale

 
I am in Melbourne now – waiting to board my plane back home. I have spent three nights in Melbourne for the AMSRS Conference – the last one in my …


Friday, September 7th, 2012

Adelaide vs. Melbourne: Nightshirt vs. Linen shirt

Melbourne Convention Centre – with the Yarra River
 
It’s been tiring but very productive two days  – I’m in Melbourne on my own, attending AMSRS National Conference (I will write more …


Monday, December 26th, 2011

… and so that was Christmas.

The view from Sellicks Hill lookout
 
It’s 2.30am in the morning after the first day of Christmas. Although my Christmas this year was quite low-key compared to the family gatherings that …


Thursday, December 8th, 2011

Perth: Little Boy Lost

Lost (1907) – Frederick McCubbin, National Gallery of Victoria
 
Adelaide is often used as the butt of many jokes in Australia – the city is often branded as a backwater and …


Monday, June 20th, 2011

Norway makes me smile

 
My friend Hugo shared a link on NRK’s website which shows the Hurtigruten‘s journey along the coast of Norway – live! Hurtigruten is a well-known cruise ship in Norway and …