Singapore

Weekly Photo Challenge: Edge (Singapore)

This week's photo challenge is Edge. This picture was taken using my iPhone during one of my morning walk along the Singapore River. I could not tell how many trees there are nor how old they are, but I am sure they are very old trees and existed before the building behind them was built. … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Edge (Singapore)

Zippori

Shalom! Zippori

Shalom! Continuing our journey in Israel, if you missed my earlier posts, check out  Shalom! Israel Next stop was to Zippori National Park located in the western Lower Galilee.  It was also our last stop in Galilee.  Remains of a magnificent city were discovered here - a system of streets, public buildings, dwellings, a theatre, a … Continue reading Shalom! Zippori

Lorong Halus Punggol Park

Weekly Photo Challenge: Edge (Punggol, Singapore)

This week's photo challenge is Edge. This picture was taken using my iPhone during one of my morning walk at Punggol Waterway Park located at the North Eastern part of Singapore.  "Punggol" in Malay means 'hurling sticks at the branches of fruit trees to bring them down to the ground', a reference to the area's … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Edge (Punggol, Singapore)

Botanic Gardens

Weekly Photo Challenge: Mirror (Singapore)

This week's photo challenge is Mirror This picture was taken this morning using my iPhone during morning walk at The Swan Lake of Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO Cultural Site since July 2015.   Thank you for stopping by Audrey Enjoyed what you read?  Follow my blog, subscribe using your email to stay up to date or … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Mirror (Singapore)

228 Peace Park

Bye Taiwan!

My final day in Taiwan before catching evening flight back.  Had breakfast at the local eatery near Sheraton.  Walked past a church, walked through the Taiwan National University Hospital, then chanced upon 2/28 Peace Park. 二二八和平公園   2/28 Peace Park On 27 Feb 1947, an agent from the Government Monopoly Bureau found a 40-year old woman, surnamed Lin, … Continue reading Bye Taiwan!