Its a new year! Oh what blatant lie but still, its my first post for 2013!
You know, the feeling I’m feeling is that that feeling when there’s so much to do, even more that you wish to do, but so little that you really do.
Since resuming blogging has this great inertial, I decided to share some of travel adventures around the world (LA, Japan, Taiwan) with my animal friends (guess who they are!), before writing on more technical stuff.
I guess it all started on a trip to about 4 years ago. Then I was working in the San Francisco bay are then, and with a cheap pair of air tickets, I flew down to Los Angeles for a quick get away alone, until I met Piglet.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Aquarium of the Pacific
Piglet and Jellyfish
Then it was the period of H1N1 Swine influenza, and so the saying that “pigs fly” became true.
Next stop, Japan with Doraemon, the Japanese Robotic cat from the future.
Doraemon on the plane
Doraemon in Tokyo’s JR train
Doraemon and the crowded Kaminarimon in Asakusa
Doraemon in Akihabara Electric Town
Doraemon watches sunrise at Atami
Doraemon and the Shinkansen
Doraemon and a big Rubik’s cube in Osaka
Doraemon in Kaleidoscope in Osaka’s Science Museum
Doraemon goes Kyoto cycling
Doraemon at the Ryōan-ji, a Zen temple famous for its dry garden. Here Doraemon is enlightened that you need to mediate about nothing to be enlightened about nothing.
At the beautiful Hirosawa lake
Doraemon in Arashiyama bamboo forest
The skies tear as Doraemon waves goodbye to Japan
Now for the next destination, Taiwan.
Angry bird at the Sun Moon lake.
At the beautiful mountain side of Cingjing.
At the sheep farm
At Taroko Gorge (thanks to my friend yeda for the correction from “Taroko”
Throwing Angry bird in a cable car up Maokong, Taipei.
Angry bird hikes up Jinguashi.
Angry Bird meets his enemies, at the local pig farm.
Angry bird launches into space, returning to my home in Singapore.
Where to, who shall I go with next? Thanks for reading, and hope you enjoyed this little adventure.
p.s. a technical bit – this is the first time I experimented writing this post with zenpen. Its a pretty cool tool (Since I usually post my photos on facebook, I just drag them in). I then used $(‘section’).innerHTML to extract the html code, clean some attributes before pasting into my blog.