We used to walk to the library, flipping through thousands of pages just to quell our thirst for knowledge on a topic. Now, in an effort to be paperless, we flipped through our tablets. As they have a small battery capacity, it needs some charging. Is it the tablets only using the energy? Think again. … Continue reading Reduced Print…but Increase Energy Consumption
Staying just across Kyoto Station is unbelievable. Hokke Hotel was reasonably priced. Can you imagine staying like across City Hall in Singapore, the price we have to pay? So, in Kyoto, we could walked across to Kyoto Station for the huge Isetan Mall, something like 9 levels of it. We also raid the supermarket below … Continue reading Arashiyama
We stayed in Hotel Nikko, located across Sogo mall in Osaka, Japan. A good location, with Shinsaibashi startion access from the hote basement, which also link to the Sogo in Shinsaibashi which also has an exit to the shopping street.
Drove carefully like a mouse last night, but somehow the car had a flat tyre. I am still a sucker for putting in effort for a goal. It used to bother me that not everything I worked for will work out. There are some things for some unknown reason, despite efforts, will not happen irregardless how … Continue reading Bubble Life
I'm suffering from TWS - aka Travel Withdrawal Symptoms. The past year December and June school holidays, I've always sought to travel out of the country, but not this Dec 2011. Timing of some events and work and nation building does not allow us to plan for a vacation. Anyway, not going anywhere and not … Continue reading TWS – Travel Withdrawal Symptoms
Not feeling too keen to slog at work, took the afternoon off, (yup both of us) and dropped in to check out the blooming flowers. Not just flowers, it's orchids. Orchids are like flowers with highest degree of dignity. Royalties are named after the orchids, especially bred. … Continue reading Where New Orchid and Old Orchids Meet…Singapore of course
27 June 20111946 hoursNX100 + 30mm lens
We were actually looking forward to take an old train ride to Gapyeong. Somehow though, the train service was not listed, when we looked at the electronic signboard.We asked at the Information Center, the officer could not speak English but he tried his very best. We admired his effort. He explained to us that the … Continue reading Seoul Day 7: COEX & War Memorial