Melbournian Street Photography In Black And White

The first picture of the Melbournian series is a picture of Alan, my photography teacher. He is a very interesting man and extremely passionate about photography. Here he was trying to teach me ton how to take a good portrait picture. I clicked and failed many times using my regular lens. It’s when I borrowed a fellow student’s 1.80D lens the result started showing. I had never been a big fan of black and white, not as colors nor on photographs. The only time I am inclined to black and...

Working Title Singapore

After Office Hours At The Working Title Singapore

(working title) used to be one of my favorite after office hours hang out places in Singapore. It had been...

Hobbiton Rainbow

Somewhere Over The Hoo Ha Of The Rainbow

“And when it rains on your parade, look up rather than down. Without the rain, there would be no rainbow” – Gilbert...

Drinking The Most Delicious Wine on Waiheke Island

  On a cold, windy morning we took a half hour ferry ride from Auckland to Waiheke Island, the second...

Bali Necklace

Bali Necklace From The Sleeping Doofus

This is a story the Bali necklace and friendship from 2013. It was our last day in Bali, and I didn’t...


This Vagabond Soul Is Longing For NYC

If I could drop everything and get on a plane for a two week vacation right now, where would I go...

Melbourne Expat Diary Blog Series

Melbourne Expat Diary Blog Series: 15th Month

Melbourne Expat Diary blog series was inspired by the interest to read about the life happenings of other expat bloggers. I started...

Khmer Cuisine

The Most Delicious Cambodian Food aka Khmer Cuisine

After we booked our tickets to Cambodia, I did what I usually do next. I checked out what we should...

Alpaca Rotorua

Sleeping with The Whole City Below You At Rotorua BnB

Located up the hill, City Lights the Rotorua BnB, was a fifteen minutes drive from the city center. It was...

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The Time I Didn’t Feel Like Drinking Coffee In Auckland

Unlike when we were in Australia, even though the weather was considerably colder, I didn’t crave much for a cup of...

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