This was taken when I visited Swiss in 2012, time flies fast and I could still feel that I was there like yesterday. Captured this while on a train ride from Interlaken to Top of Europe.
It’s been a while since my last write..
Counting days of being a worker, but my heart was cringe to rule a business. And always believe that the family business blood are keep running in my head almost everyday. Is not that I don’t want to take the risk of not working, is just that the time for now really forcing me work under a company which I know I will have to own this in near future.
For my passion is always photography, and studied as an interior designer was always making me creating my life as one. Wanted to further my master studies in interior design, work as an interior design consultant, and have my own super creative studio is always my No 1 dreams.
I hope I can still control my thoughts and behavior to be a leader in my own dreams soon, perhaps. Progress, progress, progress.
[she is still under construction]
Visited Top Of Europe, Swiss in 2012. So much views I missed while traveling there. Flipping through the old photos when in the mood of holiday really bring me back to where I supposed to be. With so much hope that one day I will be there once again with my love one.
With love and respect,
I’m looking forward to fresh seafood and fish while I was in Santorini, as it’s still affordable, a good product be it fresh or frozen and it’s healthy. This exquisite dish holds up very well to this earthy spice and the zest of orange juice are one of the biggest reason I choose this grilled calamari.
It was on my personal assignment about lost in Kuala Lumpur. Strolling around Kuala Lumpur alone and found a space to wonder and get good food.
This place is located in HS. Lee, Kuala Lumpur, near Masjid Jamek station. Beside this cafe, there is bag-pack hotel called backhome. It is an adaptive reuse of an old building approach architecture style. With a courtyard concept and open air interior create such a calm environment at the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
Vadey or Vada is a common term for many different types of savoury fritter-type snacks from South India with a set of common ingredients. This was took while on stroll around Kuala Lumpur in Masjid India of my first Ramadhan. With different types of nationalities here, there’s alot of food we can taste for instance, Vadey can vary in shape and size, but are usually either doughnut or disc shaped and are between 5 and 8cm across. They are made from Black Gram and Bengal Gram.
An outdoor flea market that sells antique goods where includes Kuala Lumpur street life.