The Phraya Nakhon Caves were an unexpected find on this trip. We had initially planned to do absolutely nothing in Hua Hin; just rest and sleep. I was just surfing on the national park nearby and came across a very familiar picture of a temple glowing in a cave, then I remember seeing this picture in “Places to See before You Die” (on Facebook) before. It turned out where we were at Aleenta Resort and Spa is only 40 minutes drive to Laem Sala Beach, which is how to get to see this unique Kuha Karuhas Pavillon built in 1890 for the King in the Phraya Nakhon Caves. The National Park website said it was a 30 minutes walk so we decided to check it out after breakfast. Firstly, DO NOT be fooled. The entire journey back and forth took 3 hours in the end! We are not the fittest people but I am pretty sure no one can reach the caves and back in 30 minutes because it would be dangerous to be running on …
A day trip I am so glad we did out of Seville, Spain back in 2008, led by English speaking Paul Mcgrath. I know it is not something we think about but after a week of NOT understanding the menu, the road signs, the guides to most of the historic monuments, I was very glad to have an English guide explain the history and beauty of the White Villages of Andalusia and Ronda. The experience made the day trip so memorable. Enjoy the photos!
Editing some old photos from Flam, Voss in 2011 trip. These were mostly taken off the train, but Norway is such a beautiful country, it is sometimes really anyhow shoot also very nice. Missing the nature…..
I had the privilege of working at Yellowstone National Park over 1 summer in 2005. And yes, the Park is so big, it spans 3 states. Always told myself I would want to post some photos up some day, so here are some of my favourites! A pity I was a really lousy photographer back then but thank God the places are so scenic, the shots turned out not too bad anyway. Oh, and I finally got Eatprayflying Facebook Page up! If you are into shorter content and snippets, you can like Eatprayflying on FB!
Sunset with golden dust @ Te Wae Wae Bay, New Zealand We were just catching up on our recent honeymoon photos and I am really proud of this particular shot of N’s – unedited except for the watermark. Amazing beauty. So much I want to write and share and so little time! “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they display knowledge. There is no speech or language where their voice is not heard. Their voice goes out into all the earth, their words to the ends of the world.” —Psalm 19:1-4
More reason to do the Asian camwhore thingie on our food 😛 And all the excuses to take photos for this journal! 🙂 http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story/snapping-photos-meals-helps-control-diabetes-study-20130918