Wow, it’s been awhile since my last visit here. This is the effect of having a very busy life. I am thankful that I am still breathing. I have to work this weekend and I just got off from my late shift.

Cruising in Oslo Fjord, one of the memorable cruise I had.

So, how have you been folks? I hope the month of September is good to all of you. So far, I cannot complain and I have wonderful weeks this month. I am just too busy with many things including having this full time job. I have a lot to share from my previous travels but time is always limited and I apologize for that. ==> READ MORE

Ever come across a great travel video and wish that you could save it so that you could watch it later? Needless to say you probably already realize that most travel videos are streamed and don’t have an option available to ‘save’ them for offline viewing. That is why you need software like the Movavi Screen Capture Studio if you intend to do just that.

The Movavi Screen Capture Studio is essentially a recording studio suite of features that will allow you to capture anything that is on your screen. In this case that means that if the travel video you want to save is playing there, you will be able to record it and then save it so that you can watch it offline. To do this, just: ==> READ MORE

Let’s go back to Greece! It seems like yesterday when I was there. Thanks to photographs and memories, that travel to this beautiful island of Santorini seems like fresh in my mind.

For me visiting Fira is a must when in Santorini. It is also called as Thera or Thira and it is the main town of Santorini island. It is situated on the top of a cliff of a caldera.

View of Fira, the modern capital of the Greek Aegean island, Santorini.

Hello summer! It is indeed summer season now! The weather was quite hot today. We had over 30 degrees Celsius in our area. With this temperature, I have to water the plants and flowers in the backyard to keep it alive and blooming.

Musicians playing musical instruments during a festival in Neumarkt in Upper Palatinate, Bavaria.

Let me share to you this photo taken in one of the festivals I visited in Germany. This was taken 6 years ago. Wow! Imagine that! Thanks to my digital camera and external hard drive. I can always travel in time by simply browsing at my photo albums. ==> READ MORE

I believed not many of you are familiar about this place called Demre. Unless you visited this town, for sure you  have an idea about it. Demre was  named after the river Demre. It is a Lycian town of Myra, the home of Saint Nicholas of Myra, the historical man later developed into the figure of Santa Claus.  Many of us believed that Santa Claus was  somewhere from Scandinavia but  history says, he is from Myra.

Demre  is located in the Antalya Province on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey.

The Roman Amphitheatre in Demre, Turkey.

One of the must-sights to see in this town is the Roman amphitheatre. It is considered as the largest theatre in Lycia and one of the main attractions of Myra.  So far, during our visit the theatre is still in good shape. It hasa double-vaulted corridors  and are well-preserved.  ==> READ MORE

Summer time is party time but where is summer? The weather in our place the past week and until this week was quite not so friendly. Temperature ranging from 10 degrees Celsius in the night and up to 19 degrees during the day don’t really feel like summer weather. I am still thankful with this kind of weather. Unlike in other countries who are experiencing massive heat like in Pakistan, I rather have the weather we have. I heard over the news that there were already a lot of casualties brought by the extreme heat in Pakistan. ==> READ MORE

There are certain holiday experiences that you need to make sure you have. They are essential to the enjoyment of the trip, and to helping broaden your mind. A lot of these will be visiting historic places, or taking part in significant events. These are things many people will never get to do in their lives. So it’s important that you make the most of them, and that you document everything.

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Always make sure you carry your camera with you, and maybe even think about making a holiday scrapbook. Here are four epic experiences you need to make sure you have. ==> READ MORE

Myra is one of the places we visited in Turkey in my recent travel. It was a 15-day trip comprising of a one week round trip in Turkey and one week cruise in Greece. That was a very interesting holiday visiting beautiful and historic places in both countries.

Rock-cut tombs in Myra, Turkey

Rock-cut tombs in Myra, Turkey

Myra is an ancient town in Lycia where the small town of Kale (Demre) is situated today in present day Antalya Province of Turkey. It is famous for its Lycian rock-cut tombs,  as you can see in my photo here. ==> READ MORE

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