Outlook in Life… and it is ever changing
This is a snap shot of what I see, think or feel of things happening around me and also the food which I explore. There is another blog of mine which is dedicated only just on food; My Food and Me and my goal is to have a daily blog for both these blogs (unless I am traveling and limited by internet access. =P )
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Welcome back and following me on my walk up to Batu Caves.
Below is the the statue of Lord Murugan, found at the entrance of the steps; stands at 40m tall which is considered as the tallest statue of Lord Murugan in the world. This massive statue is a master piece of Indian sculptors.
A shot right under the statue.
This posting is of my trip to Hanoi, Vietnam back in October 2006. I have heard a lot of about Vietnam but just that I never been there until then when the low cost carrier Air Asia started their flight there, that people starting going there.
Our trip started when we landed in Noi Bai International Airport which is the only international airport and only airport in the north of Vietnam then. Hanoi is the capital and also the second largest city in Vietnam.
By the time we landed, it was already late and we were greeted by our local tour leader there. We went there in a group which consist of a few families. So it was practically a whole bus filled with a family affair. Lol!!
Our first stop was of course dinner at one of the restaurant in the city which I am not sure where but one thing for sure, the French colonial architecture style was very dominant as seen below and also the from photos from my later posting.
In the morning, the noises motorbikes can be heard with hons blaring here and there.
One of the lanes which I can across. (By now you would have guessed that I am a morning person who gets up early and go wandering around before breakfast 😊)
Welcome back to my final part. Still in the Yosemite National Park and driving around the valley. In the valley itself, there are a couple of beautiful waterfalls.
This is the Bridalveil Fall. Standing at the base.. and you can feel the very fine shower which is so nice on a hot day. =)
.. and this is the Horsetail Fall.
Further in, we stopped at one the famous hotel there; Ahwahnee Hotel.
[Terry: I passed through Yosemite in 1973 with a backpack and an outstretched thumb. The story is in “On the Road” somewhere.]
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