Victoria Palace and George Square of Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland, from a viewfinder of a traveler.
The blacksmith you should visit whenever your marriage was outlawed by the ruler, especially when you lived in England .
A few random shots of one of the most famous stadium in the world.
From Cathedral, to secondhand book shop, to the busy people who flock around them, there are some things we can see on Cornmarket Street, Ofxord, United Kingdom.
Finally I managed to participate in stargazing session. This is my first session, ever, and without proper gear, I didn’t expect much, from the stars and resided heavily on the surrounding. Insha Allah, it will be more stars and less scenery next time. Nonetheless, it was a much enjoyable and eye-opening gathering.
The themed their restaurant as “Dubai in the 1960s.” I wasn’t born yet in 1960, but I guess that was how Dubai Looked like during that period. The details of the decoration were astonishing, but if you go there for their dishes, you won’t be disappointed, too.
As you walk along its meandering pathways, the gentle breeze and the chirping birds make you feel as if you are thousand miles away from the city buzz. Only the silent hum of golf carts, occasionally passing by with tourists, reminds you that you are still within Al Ain city. I love this place because,…
Lapita is a Polynesian-themed resort within the brand new Dubai Parks and Resorts area. An day-cation invitation for my better half brought us here to have a taste of unique Polynesian dishes and to feel what it’s like to be in one of their island. Visit her blog to know more about Lapita.
At 1934 meters above sea level, Jebel Jais, or Mount Jais, is situated in Ras Al Khaimah Emirates and currently holds the highest place in UAE. The road is still under construction, but yet the asphalt has brought us to the point where we can actually hold snow in the middle in the desert. The melting snow…
Mermaid is a mythical creature that often portrayed as exotic, cute, and lovable. So cute and lovable that I took liberty to put these photos here as an exception to my rule-of-thumb to not to post people on this blog.
The Residence of Sampoerna family in Surabaya has a complex of museum, cafe, and art gallery.
Although not related to Masks Museum, Batu, this museum in Ubud also exhibits masks and puppets from many regions in Indonesia.