The journey around various locations on this tiny planet was nothing less than amazing. Now it is time to phase into the focus of the future. After multitudes of realisations whilst travelling, one does not find answers but only creates more questions. The difference is harmonising those unanswered questions and thus bring fourth a type of balance that only the one can truly understand.
I hope to capture future travels that I will embark on. Countries that I have only seen in photos and places that are unknown to by imagination. Have a look at my previous Round-The-World Trip Video!
Something that is common throughout Philippines has somewhat came as an interesting observation. You can find select people in the Philippines, in book stores, coffee shops, mall entrances, furniture shops, clothing stores and many others. In essence, security guards. Whether … Continue reading →
Whilst driving through La Reforma, ones' eyes wanders through the many intricate happenings on the street. One can only begin to ponder what this couple was doing, or thinking. Sitting still and quiet on the bench of Mexico, eyes locked … Continue reading →
Got a chance to pick up a random novel whilst on my travels, and was not prepared for the gruesome imagery that this book was going to bestow in my mind. Little Lost Girl is a easy thriller to flip … Continue reading →
A hidden gem in Mexico, Guanajuato, the Capital should be a must-see place in Mexico! Guanajuato is less than a days drive from Mexico City, and has some of the most beautiful historical sites... The beautiful tunnels were built centuries … Continue reading →
After looking through multiple reading list in preparation for my travel, I came across this particular book. It brushed my eyes a couple of times and did not pay much attention to it, but after looking through the titles of … Continue reading →
We all know that Mexico is the home to Tacos, but what is considered the best Tacos in Mexico itself? Well, a place called Barbacoa Santiago, that has been around for 32 years!... They 'brew' the meat in layers of … Continue reading →
Mexico has a vast historical culture of indigenous people many years before the Spaniards set foot to the land. One of them are the Mayans... This photo is the tomb of the red queen. The red tomb was a result … Continue reading →
There is nothing like the beautiful fresh waters, where the water is as blue as the sky! A nice hot day in theme ocean sun and beautiful landscape to accompany it!... Besides the landscape, one cannot help but endure the … Continue reading →
We visited 2 lovely small towns, and got a chance to interact with some of the local indigenous people! They were the towns, Zinacantan and San Juan chamula... The indigenous people are not so much different from those I visited … Continue reading →