Thursday, September 08, 2011
I notice the bridge while having breakfast in front of my boutique hotel, on a platform on the river bank facing the river... and the bridge.
This was my daily breakfast view, during which I update my journal, review photos and planning for the day excursion.
I saw a monk walking on the bamboo bridge. I rushed immediately but could catch him. It was quite frustrating at the beginning until I realized it is not a rare site through out the day... or though out average Luang Prabang day....
and I managed to capture this.
Given a choice, my most favourite man-made structure in Luang Prabang, I would choose the bamboo bridge with monks walking on it.
Like this one!
Tuesday, September 06, 2011
Proven - mental list is NOT working in this kind of activity.
Monday, September 05, 2011
I was there a couple of months ago to withdraw some money form my savings. My daily uniform is short - almost cover my knees. I was quite reluctant to proceed when I enter the premise with this sign so visible on your face.
Managed to do a withdrawal without any problem.
I love trekking, especially with a good bunch of friends. We have climbed Broga Hill several times - weekends and weekdays.
I prefer weekdays.
This is also one of the reasons I love KL. The trail head is less than half an hour from home.
Friday, September 02, 2011
He built a house each for each of the boys - 4 of them.
This one belongs to Asrul, the eldest son, almost completed.
This is the wall of the living room. Omar and Alisa posed for me, with an unfinished paint job as backdrop.
I think I will frame some nice photos for their house warming.
*note to self* Don't forget this.
This is the latest development behind Kampung China where the y have reclaimed the land. It was a river before and now it a solid ground.
This is also the site for Jom Heboh concert.
Quite nice, this water front overlooks Monsoon Cup venue.
Recently shot in Kuala Terengganu, on Jalan Banggol, a stone throw away from Pasar Payang. Very disappointed with the state government for tearing down some of the old shop houses.
They haven't a clue about the value of our heritage.