The Vast And Impressive Gobi Desert Day 1

Day 1 of the Gobi Desert trip, Mongolia The couple’s plan was to leave Mongolia right after the Gobi Desert trip so they packed all their stuff with them and put them in the four-wheel drive. The tour package included our tents and sleeping bags so we didn’t need to bring any of these with … Continue reading The Vast And Impressive Gobi Desert Day 1

First Encounter with CS in Terelj National Park Mongolia

The story goes like this. I met a couple on my first day at the B&B who had been travelling for nearly one year. Over the past few days in Mongolia, every time when I saw them at the B&B, we would have a chat. They had started telling me about how they could travel … Continue reading First Encounter with CS in Terelj National Park Mongolia

An Unexpected Encounter in Mongolia 2012

I had always wanted to go to Mongolia. Gobi Desert was the place that I wanted to go to. The nomadic lifestyle fascinated, still fascinates, me. It could be because of all the TV dramas that I watched when I was young. The ancient people rode their horses freely on a vast land, playing polo … Continue reading An Unexpected Encounter in Mongolia 2012

The Photogenic Cesky Krumlov

An intern in my office knew that I was travelling to Czech Republic so she shared her travel experience with me, ‘you have to go to Cesky Krumlov. It’s beautiful! That’s also where most of the photos of Czech Republic are taken.’ Hence, it was on my agenda. I was too busy at work before … Continue reading The Photogenic Cesky Krumlov

The Scary Or Peaceful Sedlec Ossuary?

Here I was at Kutna Hora! I was joined by a friend from uni (the one who nag about going to Vietnam for our gathering. Back then, it hadn’t happened yet) and an acquaintance who wanted to tag along. The two seemed to get a long quite well which was good. BUT, I was like … Continue reading The Scary Or Peaceful Sedlec Ossuary?

Mission Impossible Prague 2012

The retreat house was indeed very quiet. Despite that, I woke up very early in the morning to have breakfast. I saw the German lady I met last night and had a chat with her while the other retreatants extremely quietly ate their breakfast. I was actually quite impressed. It wasn’t just because they could … Continue reading Mission Impossible Prague 2012

Vienna, Salzburg, Austria 2012

Vienna, Austria. First thing first, dinner with a friend I met in Bhutan 😊. He took me to a popular restaurant in Vienna. The schnitzel was soooo good. I had never had such delicious and succulent schnitzel before. The sauce that came with it was perfect. I think it was a mixture of some berries. … Continue reading Vienna, Salzburg, Austria 2012

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

Abyaneh, The Unique Red Village; Kashan, The Garden City In Iran

We left the Esfahan city and headed to Kashan which was the garden city in Iran. It was (still is) famous for its gardens.  Before that, we stopped at a unique red village in Iran, Abyaneh. It was indeed very different from other parts of Iran. The name of this place, Abyaneh, was derived from … Continue reading Abyaneh, The Unique Red Village; Kashan, The Garden City In Iran

My Favourite City In Iran, Esfahan

After our visit to the majestic Persepolis yesterday, we headed to Esfahan today. I didn’t expect much again as I am not a city person but when I got there, I was impressed and it became my favourite city in Iran. When you don’t have any expectations, you get surprises. Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque in Naqsh-e … Continue reading My Favourite City In Iran, Esfahan