While we doing minor planning for our trip to Sydney, I noticed we have 1 night that was free, and I checked around what to do, and we decided to pay a visit (again) to Sydney Opera House, this time, for Lisa Hannigan.
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 […]
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. […]
It is hot. I mean the weather in Malaysia at the moment. It was also hot when we were in Perth. It did not take us any preparation to get use to the weather when we were there. Why? Because Malaysia is generally hotter than most places in the world. Except Middle East, right?
A happy Retna. She walked into the Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA), the first thing she saw and got really excited – Niki de Saint Phalle’s Black Beauty Nana Series, available in Perth. Amazing. She told me, “It is so exciting and so happy to see one of Niki’s work in person. I have […]
While on our way to the airport, heading home, to Puchong, we dropped by Cottesloe Beach once more. It has that powerful attraction, one longs for.
Lake Thetis, a saline coastal lake, situated at a small town, Cervantes, about 11km away from the beautiful Nambung National Park, where The Pinnacles are. We took a short drive to Cervantes after the car we hired was running out of fuel. In some parts of out skirt of Western Australia, when it is out, […]
Heard so much about the best beaches in Western Australia, when we arrived at Perth, we took the chance to see it ourselves. There is nothing beats being there, right?