If You Need To, Keep Time On Me. Fleet Foxes in Sydney

We have been listening to Fleet Foxes since 2008, by chance.  I was listening to Indie folk recommended by one of the online magazine. We fell in love with White Winter Hymnal the first time we listened to it.  I still remember, I was playing it on my Mac, and after a while, my colleagues […]

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Malaysia Airlines Business Class on A330

We were in Sydney recently, and want to share my experience on the Malaysia Airlines A330. Malaysia Airlines (MA) has upgraded its aircraft to A330 with new but weird business class seating. Weird because it is really uncomfortable if you are seated in seats, mainly the windows for couples as well as towards the end. […]

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Visiting a night market

I love night photography.  I am still new at this topic. So I went for one session at the Taman OUG night market on Thursday to take some pictures. I also invited twins to join me as they love street food. I did not take much pictures in this walk. It is not that great […]

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Things to do at night to clear my head

Thursday night, after a long and stressful day at work, I decided to head out for a walk about while waiting for Inez to finish her ballet class. So, I ended up at the new overhead bridge of Puchong Jaya LRT station.  I tested the longer exposure, and the result – so great! I just […]

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Florence, As We Love It

Florence, according to Italian, is a small city.   A cab driver told us, like 2km radius.  So one could from one point to the other. We did not walk that much, mainly due to the rain.  But we did walk from the train station to the main attraction.  We reached Cathedral of Santa Maria […]

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Basilica, after watching Angels and Demons

I have watched the Angels and Demons, a movie adaptation by Dan Brown, whom our family, majority not a fan.  We read because it is entertaining, but I must say Mr. Brown is very creative and imaginative.  You can not be a writer who makes money without having both. So when we arrived at the […]

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Castel Sant’Angelo, Now a Museum

Taken from Castel Sant’Angelo’s official website:- Built around 123 AD as a tomb for Emperor Hadrian and his family, Castel Sant’Angelo has an unusual destiny in the historical and artistic capital of the scene. While all the other Roman monuments are overwhelmed, reduced to ruins or quarries to be recycled into new materials counting, modern […]

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Lessons Learnt From Owning A Piece Of New Apartment

I love our weekend home.  We did not intend to buy a weekend home, neither we ever thought of we will be doing it in our life.  Weekend home is really a nice term for many, we happened to have one, after we had lunch at a place which was close to the property developer […]

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