I hadn't been quite a busy day at work, hence I did a little blog stalking. I read from a friend blog whom months ago broke up with her boy friend. She said, she'd found someone new. She wrote that she quite surprised at herself that she would fall on a guy like him.
He wasn't her type at all. She had outlined her worry because this man came from a different culture, had a different vision of life, and of the same stubborness characther.
Many people believe that love unifies many differences. I believe that is both right and wrong to the statement. Falling in love is the easy part, you're just following the law of gravity. What happens after the initial attraction fades and you realise the extent of your differences?
I am glad I had made a decision to stay with him no matter what.
Happy anniversary sweetheart. - 16 July 2009
p.s: Don't get confuse, I celebrate 2x wedding anniversary due the difference in wedding day and registry of marriage!
Now you see almost all of my latest travel picture. It's time for me to get a little inspiration of where to go next.
I've always been dreaming about visiting New Zealand again for the second time. Alas the distance between UK and New Zealand really put me off to proceed anywhere with the plan.
Now, I tell you a secret about my travel plan. Most of my travel were planned after browsing Flickr! photostream. Loads of excellent traveller and likewise photographer share their experience (plus the tips : what time of the day, what season, what date) even sometime geotag the exact location!
So here is my inspiration for next year.
This place had a close resemblace with Lake Tekapo New Zealand, but a lot closer to UK.
Norway also have loads of mountain ridge with snow cap, hillside farm, and fyord...
exactly like New Zealand. Isn't that remind you of Milford sound? Well, that is actually a lot better than fyord in New Zealand.
The picture above remind me of Akaroa, New Zealand.
And if you feel a little bored with just panorama, you can try some adrenaline adventure like this.
Excuse me Sir, is toddler allowed around here?
Okay, but... Norway (I mean all the Scandinavian country) are generally very expensive to visit. Even for someone who used to spend in Sterling Pound! So, is there any other likewise place to visit? Well, I wanted to see something different this time, so I dug up my USA lonely planet book and do my research on....
Shenandoah National Park.
Which many people said are the best to visit in autumn. I can see the reason why.
And not forgetting Luray Cavern. I accidentally saw that wayfaring wanderer, one of my virtual friend just went there and came back with loads of jaw dropping picture. You can view her entry here.
Right, I guess now time to slave away and earn those ££ to pay for the holiday.
PHOTO CREDIT TO : Krogen, DwoodB, Johannes Heine and RUKnight.