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Ayatori Japanese Cuisine is located at the heart of La Trinidad Valley In the middle of the strawberry fields cuts through a road and here lies Ayatori
I didn't know that there were Japanese restaurants here in my town I know a cafe owned by a [...]
' getting there is your goal, / more do not rush the trip / Better that it extends long years / and in your old age you arrive at the island / with whatever you have gained in the way, / without waiting for Ithaca to sadden you / Ithaka gave you a be [...]
In love with a bridge
The bridge of Mara Cristina,
San Sebastin, Basque country, Spain
A bridge that falls in love
His story begins in 1905
It was given the name Mara Cristina in honor of the Queen consort of Spain Mara Cristina de Habsburgo-Lorra [...]
The Long Neck village of Northern Thailand
A few years ago I (Small) spent some time in Thailand on the way back to Australia from a year long trip I totally fell in love with Chiang Mai with its misty mountains and wealth of culture One of the most [...]
Yesterday was the day I did another survey to the place where I will be stationed during my community service I previously mentioned, I will be stationed nearby a coastal area However, perhaps I haven't mentioned of my tasks and this was raised by [...]
Cuisine de Garden Bangkok is a restaurant that portrays endless human creativity This is a place that puts to work all the senses while sitting behind the black marble table surrounded by the tree trunks and pink birds Its modern culinary approach c [...]
Dachi Tofu shop was recommended to me by two different people when I went to Taitung a few months ago One was floatinglin a local from the area, and the other is my Taitung airbnb owner When two local people who doesn't know one another recommend [...]
Noooo, my fitbit charge 2 strap somehow broke today but I have had it for 25 years and it has been through a lot so will have to get a new one when I'm back home (and have a job to pay for it lol) Nonetheless, it made it through the majority of the d [...]
This is in continuation to my travel series for which I already covered few of the interesting places in India
This is about a place where the great actor of Hollywood has been fell in love with, For him this was like a Paradise In E [...]
Today I want to create a post about a trip to Rhodes Of course, I could write about the history of the island and its attractions, copying numerous articles from the Internet Instead, I want to describe my impressions of the trip to Rhodes
I have passed by this bus stop area many times during my travels from Baguio City to Metro Manila and back over around two decades now
There are few take-away stores in the area Most of the stores do not have particular name On few instances when I [...]
So in the previous travel post, we had just begun our short weekend getaway to the picturesque city of Savonlinna! I mentioned that one of their famous tourist attractions is the Olavinlinna castle, which we would be visiting as well so [...]
Maybe someone remembers my postings from the emerald river Soa in the Triglav National Park in Slovenia
Vielleicht kann sich noch jemand an meine Postings vom smaragdgrnen Fluss Soa im Triglav Nationalpark in Slowenien erinnern
Source of the emeral [...]
From where to where?? Yes Flinders Ranges National Park to Glendambo, a pub in the middle of the Outback (aka nowhere) via multiple stops What a good day of travelling and snap shots, let me get right to it for you!
First stop, Kany [...]
My apologize for bringing the Day 2 adventure of my trip down to Lansdawne so late The trip taken last year to get rid of the city busy life and escaping effort from the scorching summer heat As I shared earlier on our Day 1 adventure, after the hec [...]
I promised more than a month ago to post my photo's of my trip to Vienna Everything is going so fast lately, I just couldn't find time to gather the photo's and write this post So here it is then Let's start :)
After visiting Graz and P [...]
Considered to be the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, Seville cathedral has truly breath-taking proportions and no less fascinating history
Cathedral of Seville was first constructed as a mosque in the 12th century This is because, like all An [...]
One thing I really miss about UK (actually there is more than one thing) is the gentle pleasant country side walks I was going through my photos this week and found a Sheepleas walk that I did five years ago this month It bought back wonderful memo [...]
In the minds of the average inhabitant of the western world, Iceland appears as an icy land, eternally covered in snow, where polar bears run around and vodka freezes outdoors Meanwhile, the winters in Iceland are much milder than those in Poland!