The Amazing Nakuru National Park Kenya 2011

After the Maasai Mara trip yesterday, the local tour drove us to another famous national park in Kenya, Nakuru National Park. It seems this Park is smaller than Maasai Mara and yet, it was still amazing! It is near a lake so the wildlife we saw was slightly different – we could see birds that … Continue reading The Amazing Nakuru National Park Kenya 2011

One Of The Seven Natural Wonders Of The World – Masai Mara, Kenya

When you are in Africa, you have to go to their national parks to see the wildlife (or let the wildlife see you). This is a must-do in Africa. The lay missionary was so kind to have arranged a tour for us. She definitely knew where to find cheap deals. We were all very excited … Continue reading One Of The Seven Natural Wonders Of The World – Masai Mara, Kenya

A Mission In Kenya 2011

It was indeed a mission. I went to Kenya with a group of people to visit a lay missionary in Nairobi to learn more about her missionary work in 2011. Prior to our visit, we all needed to attend a year’s programme to learn about the work of the disciples including St. Paul. The priest … Continue reading A Mission In Kenya 2011

Face It, Accept It, Handle It, Let Go Of It

I have always wanted to write another blog about Hong Kong. My last entry about Hong Kong was written around a year ago when I had an unpleasant conversation with some people who didn’t respect anyone at all. Over the past 1.5 years, having stuck in Hong Kong, I have been teaching online and face-to-face … Continue reading Face It, Accept It, Handle It, Let Go Of It

Xinjiang, Xinjiang 2011

Xinjiang has been in the news for months in 2021 for whatever reason. I don’t want to mention it in my blog. The ‘issue’ will soon become history and we will know the truth in the future. Just a couple of weeks before I wrote this blog, I found this photo on LinkedIn: This is … Continue reading Xinjiang, Xinjiang 2011

The Spectacular Terracotta Warriors, Xian, 2011

I had always wanted to see the Terracotta Warriors in person so in 2011, I finally decided to go to Xian to see them. The intact figures and the large scale of the army fascinated me. Also, there were rumours that they were real human beings… Nah! It was proved to be wrong. Some novelists … Continue reading The Spectacular Terracotta Warriors, Xian, 2011

Punakha And Paro Bhutan

After talking to the King yesterday, which was the highlight of my journey in Bhutan so far, I headed to the gorgeous Punakha and the amazingly stunning Tiger’s Nest in Paro on my last few days in Bhutan. Morning fog in Bhutan Another nice view in Bhutan. A white stupa like the one I saw … Continue reading Punakha And Paro Bhutan

I Talked To The King Of Bhutan In 2010

Early in the morning, I woke up and found this red curtain with the shadows of the window frames. It looked very artistic so I took a photo of it. The red curtains in my room. I remember hearing birds chirping very loudly that morning. I guess these were the ones that disturbed my slumber. … Continue reading I Talked To The King Of Bhutan In 2010

Thimphu To Trongsa to Tang Bhutan 2010

When I first discussed with the travel operator my itinerary, I told him I liked photography and I didn’t mind some, just some, hiking. Unfortunately, the owner told me everything was full because of the festivals. Hence, he designed an itinerary that fitted my interests – to some remote villages for me to take photographs … Continue reading Thimphu To Trongsa to Tang Bhutan 2010

Thimphu Bhutan 2010

Guess where this was? Never got sick of mountains. Yeah, I was on the plane flying to Bhutan! The first surprise came - the pilot announced we could see the Himalayas on our left hand side but I was sitting on the right and in an aisle seat so I didn't get to see that. … Continue reading Thimphu Bhutan 2010