Florence Falls – Licence to Swim

  A short distance away from Buley Rockhole is a track that leads to the viewpoint platform for Florence Falls. This majestic multi-tiered double waterfall cascades down from an elevation of 64 metres (210) ft) above sea level. It’s… Continue reading

A Splashing Time at Buley Rockhole, Litchfield National, Park, Australia

Another great place to unwind and chill out is Buley Rockhole in Litchfield National Park. Buley Rockhole is a series of rock pools that cascade downstream to a larger rock pool at the bottom. The whole place is… Continue reading

Picnic at Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park, Australia

If you are looking for a short getaway from the heat of the Northern Territory, then Wangi Falls might be just the place for you to cool down. Situated 80 kilometers south of Darwin inside Litchfield National… Continue reading

Darwin: Close Encounters With Crocs

I finally made it to Darwin in July this year, fulfilling my long-time goal of visiting Northern Territory’s (NT) national parks at some point during my lifetime. My first stop was the Adelaide River. This river… Continue reading

Chasing the Sunset at Pengerang (#51)

Pengerang is a small customs and immigration post lying on the south-western tip of Johor, Malaysia. There really isn’t much to do in this sleepy little town, except binge on inexpensive seafood.  Changi Point Ferry Terminal… Continue reading

Meiji – Over The Rainbow

This is a farewell to Meiji, who came into our lives for a brief period and left us in the wee hours of 7 April 2015. Meiji was a spirited black rabbit – full of… Continue reading

Borobudur (#49)

The single largest Buddhist structure on earth lies in the heart of the Kedu Valley in Central Java, Indonesia. Borobudur Temple. Built in the 8th and 9th centuries and set against the backdrop of active volcanoes, those who visit… Continue reading

Sunset Over Kampong Teluk Jawa (#50)

Kampong Teluk Jawa is a very small settlement in the state of Johor, Malaysia. It has a very small Orang Asli (Aboriginal People) population whose residents make a living from fishing and selling their catch to… Continue reading

Happily Ever Afterlife (#48)

Two weeks ago, I attended the wake of a friend’s father, who had passed away at the ripe old age of 92 years old. In Chinese custom, living beyond 80 years old is a testament of… Continue reading