• Aotearoa
    Aotearoa – New Zealand – the land of magical landscapes was our year-end Christmas destination for 2012. The 18-day road trip took us roughly 2,600 km over the North and South Islands. Our trip actually started in the South Island at Christchurch where we went southbound towards Lake Wanaka before turning north to the glacier ...
  • A Tuscan Landscape
    A Tuscan Landscape
    How could you not fall in love with the Tuscan landscape? Our two weeks took us through to some of the most beautiful medieval towns in Umbria and Tuscany. From Rome, we started our journey north west towards the spiritual town of Assisi. Traveling along SS75, we stopped by hillside towns along the way, each ...
  • Roma! Non basta una vita.
    Roma! Non basta una vita.
    September 2012 — Rome! One lifetime is not enough. And it wasn’t! This was my first visit to Rome but it certainly isn’t going to be my last. Our three days in the city was well spent walking all across the City. We stayed around Centro Storico so it was soaking the beautiful and long-standing ...
  • Shanghai’s Water Village
    Shanghai’s Water Village
    Tongli, an aged town about an hour’s drive from Shanghai, is over 1,000 years old.  Characterized by its stone bridges and well preserved ancient architecture including private gardens, temples and houses, this water village features 15 small river lanes crisscrossing the town with some 49 stone bridges linking it together. The most famous bridges are ...
  • Devonshire, England
    Devonshire, England
    Devonshire, January 2012 — Southwest England boasts one of the prettiest landscape in the UK. And it did not disappoint even in the middle of a January winter! During our one week stay, we were welcomed with some beautiful sunsets over Devon’s famous rolling hills.  
  • Beijing
    A city with more than 3,000 years of history, Beijing literally means the “Northern Capital,” is the second largest city by urban population after Shanghai and the center for China’s political and cultural center. Temple of Heaven – A place of worship for emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties, the remarkable circular structure was ...
  • Death Valley
    Death Valley
    Death Valley — the hottest and driest park in the U.S. and the home to the lowest point in North America. It’s best visited in the winter when snow caps the mountains and the low light gives the desert a golden hue. Spring brings over 1000 species of plants to bloom. Located in the northwest ...
  • An Indian Winter
    An Indian Winter
    13-24 Dec 2010: Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Jodphur, Manwar, Udaipur – My year end trip this year took me on a roadtrip across the colorful cities of Rajasthan. We spent 8 days on the road, covering some 1,800 kms across 5 cities. It was an amazing trip which started off in Delhi and onward to Agra ...
  • Yosemite
    “Yosemite Valley, to me, is always a sunrise, a glitter of green and golden wonder in a vast edifice of stone and space.”~ Ansel Adams
  • Malaysia
    Malaysia, Truly Asia. These are from over my several trips home.