Flight confirmation received last month! Luggage is almost done packing! Yes, I can’t wait to be home soon. It is such a nice feeling to be with family again. Of course, I will be visiting some friends and relatives as well. If time and finances are available, I would surely love to meet all of them. This time is quite difficult because my budget is limited. Besides, there is an ongoing project for my little home. More on that, I am jobless too! Thanks to my siblings for sponsoring my vacation this time. More blessings to you all!
It has been over four years since I visited home. Finally, not a long wait anymore! I will be home….sweet home soon!
I miss this little paradise of mine…the sun, water, beach, blue sky, the food, the fun, my family, friends, relatives…what else? Hey don’t forget my pets. I have a lot of dogs and 2 cats. (more…)
Hello dear friends, viewers and readers of this blog around the world! I am back here because I am already back from my trip in Italy. It was an awesome trip inspite of some challenges. I did survived and had fun too!
I did not only tasted Italian foods but I ate a lot of it. Oh well, this is one of the advantages when you travel a lot, you will also try and eat local cuisines or delicacies.
A kind of pasta in one of our dinners in our hotel in Rivazzurra, Rimini in the region of Emiglia Romagna. As far as I can remember, this is Spaghetti alla carbonara. Side dishes are eggplant, potato, cabbage and a bread with pesto. (more…)
Two more sleeps and my first travel for this year will commence. Thanks to this very cheap trip I booked from last year. It was indeed a great deal. I am a cheap traveler and I always find cheap trips anywhere especially in Europe. Wanna bet with me in terms of finding cheap trips? Just kidding folks!
Cruising at the canals of Venice during my last travel in summer 2011 with friends. Thanks to good friends for sponsoring this travel. lolz! Please remember Venice is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site.
I am heading again to Italy this time. One of the places that is included in the itinerary is Venice. This will be my fifth time visiting this lovely capital of the Veneto region in Italy. Although I was in Venice for a lot of times, I never get enough of the city. There are still so many things I want to see and experience there. Here are some it; (more…)
The weather was lovely that time. It was sunny and the breeze from the Lake Garda was constantly blowing. It was bit chilly when we were riding the ferry from Riva del Garda to Limone. That was not a problem because I was wearing my cardigan.
A store in Limone sul Garda. Taken during my visit last summer 2013. Limone sul Garda is a town and comune in the province of Brescia, in Lombardy (northern Italy), on the shore of Lake Garda. (more…)
I was browsing one of my external hard drives where all of my documents, files and photo albums are saved. I stumbled in one of the albums and found some images from Rothenburg of der Tauber. In short, I ended up sharing one here.
Mark’s Gate in Rothenburg Ob Der Tauber. Taken in winter 2011.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a beautiful town in the district of Ansbach in the Franconian region in Bavaria, Germany. It is famous for its well-preserved medieval old town. Tourists from around the world visit this town all year-round. (more…)
Many of you are very familiar about this famous German composer, organist, harpsichordist, violist, and violinist of the Baroque period. His name is no other than Johann Sebastian Bach. He was born in Eisenach, Saxe-Eisenach, on 21 March 1685. He was the son of Johann Ambrosius Bach, the director of the town musicians, and Maria Elisabeth Lämmerhirt.
The monument erected to Johann Sebastian Bach near the St. Thomas Church, Leipzig.
I had the chance to visit Leipzig last December 2013. I took the chance to go around the city and found some of its historic sights and monuments. One of it was the St. Thomas Church. Bach worked here as a Kapellmeister. It is also the place where his remains was buried. Beside this church, also stand the monument of Bach. (more…)