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While roaming around MBK Mall in Bangkok, we chanced upon an old lady making pottery. It was a sight to behold! Our kids were amazed at how fast the lady is turning the mud into expertly crafted home furnishings and decor. Learning opportunities come even from unexpected places!
We are fortunate to wake up to this wonderful view of the Rama Bridge and Chao Phraya River from our hotel room in Bangkok every morning during our stay at the Riverfront Residences. The Chao Phraya river is the principal river flowing through the heart of Bangkok and constitutes a valuable waterway for the city’s transport services. This photo was taken [...]
Alice took this photo while listening to the guide describe the history of the Staatsbrucke or the “State Bridge” in Salzburg, Austria. This most important and most prominent bridge in Salzburg links the Old Town (“Alstadt”) on both sides of the Salzach River, the main river of Salzburg. The two towers that can be seen from [...]
In this age of social networks and ubiquitous high-tech electronics, most travellers have “special” gadgets that they love to travel with. Purposes vary, of course: these gadgets are maybe brought by travellers to ensure that they stay connected in the office (ugh!), or maybe to ensure that they stay online for their family and friends, [...]
Family Summer Holiday
We’ll be off for a 5-week trip to South East Asia in a day’s time for our summer vacation. The family agreed that we’ll do our trip backpacker-style this time around,and so we plan to execute several changes in our packing preparations as we have to consider travelling light for easy transfers from one place [...]
Jun & Alice
We are Pinoy OFWs in the Middle East passionate about travel. We are home schooling our three children.