Lake Macquarie is located about 2 hours north of Sydney, and is a popular holiday destination for Sydneysiders. Even though it is called a lake, it is actually a saltwater lagoon, one of the largest in the Southern Hemisphere. It is larger than the Sydney Harbour, and is connected to the Tasman S
Everyone have probably heard of J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit, made more famous by Peter Jackson's Big screen interpretation of the two trilogies. One of the most striking aspects of the two Oscar winning trilogies is the beautiful scenery of the Middle Earth that was depicted
Lake Taupo is the largest lake in New Zealand, and it is also one of the largest caldera lakes in the world. The massive eruptions that created Lake Taupo started 26,500 years ago, and the last eruption in 180 AD created ash clouds that caused visible effects to the sky at far as China and Russia.
Apart from geothermal activities, Rotorua is also the perfect place to learn about the indigenous Maori culture, as it is a notable region in New Zealand where the Maori community is large. There are many Maori Villages in the region which invite visitors to visit, some of them authentic, others mor
Apart from the Waiotapu thermal wonderland, there are quite a few other places within the Rotorua Region where you can admire geothermal features created by Mother Earth. After all, being an active Volcanic Zone, hot spring, geysers and dormant volcanoes are just some of the common features that
Waiotapu Geothermal Wonderland (Part 1) 怀奥塔普地热奇景 (上)
Leaving the Champagne Pool, we walked uphill through a path that cut through the forest track. This track is known as the sacred way, which is a path that leads deeper into the valley of the Waiotapu Thermal Wonderland, to more amazing geotherm
Rotorua is a town in the centre of the North Island, New Zealand, and is famous for its Maori Culture and Geothermal activities. About 3 hours drive from Auckland, Rotorua is a famous attraction even back in the early 20th Century before airplanes were invented, where European visitors would endure
A major reason why we stopped at Orvieto during our trip in Italy is the proximity of Orvieto township to Civita di Bagnoregio. Both labelled as Jewel of the Hill by Rick Steve and known as the Dying Town because of the decreasing population, Civita di Bagnoregio is a historical village perched on t
Travelling with Stabilo #23: Vivid Sydney 2018
经纬游踪 #23: 悉尼灯光节2018
The Vivid Festival is a festival of light that takes place in Sydney every year in June. Vivid Sydney 2018 has just finished a few days ago. This year, there has been a lot of negative press about the Vivid event, saying how it i
Today I would like to share with you our visit to an abandoned house somewhere outside of Wellington. The abandoned house stood on a gentle hill covered with green grass with streaks of brown dried from the sun and the cold.
Last week I posted above the view of Europe on a plane. This week, I am going to show you Europe on a train! European Trains are known to be quite scenic as the railway tracks runs through mountains and fields, offering the best sceneries one can find in Europe. Let’s me show you!
Today I would like to share with you some nightscape photos from the city of Melbourne. All these pictures were taken at the South Bank along the Yarra River, the entertainment district in Melbourne CBD. There is a pedestrian pathway along the edge of the river, providing a great viewpoint for admir