Approx 1 hour before sunset… Reaching windy Dublin coasts.
Here we were about to enter an indoor roller coaster ride with a theme based on the Egyptian Mummy.
Just think about taking a roller coaster ride where you have no idea what is happening in the surrounding.
It was pitch dark, you could not see what was around and you dare not raise up your hands.
One of my images of Gaudi’s chimneys from Casa Mila, Barcelona. They remind me of Star Wars’ Stormtroopers
I love the windows with their shutters in the streets of Barcelona
We were driving back down to the city after visiting the volcano and we thought this restaurant is quite interesting. It is built right beside a fish pond.
Off course in our lunch, we were served a few dishes of fish. My friend just went to Bandung and I saw him posting a photo having their meal in the same restaurant.
This is the north entrance to Vatican City, through the Vatican Museums.
Tanguban Perahu volcano is still an active volcano. You could see boiling mud and so theoretically it could erupt anytime.
If you have like to go down to get a better view, there are guides around but too bad, I did not make a trip down to have a closer look.
Morning sunrise with a storm coming in.
On my way to Tibet, we stopped by Xining and visited this very popular place of Ta’er Monastery.
The Ta’er Monastery is a group of fine buildings in a combination of both the Han and Tibetan styles of architecture on the mountain slopes. It has lofty temples and halls rising one upon another.
Have you been to Singapore lately? If yes you must had visited this well known icon located in Marina Bay Sands.