I am now living in U.S.A..For past year, I got married and life is good. I am living abroad for 3 years now and I like it this way. Recently, I went on a big trip across USA to 34 states out of 50 and that was probably the most awesome thing I’ve done with my husband, my permanent globe-trotting partner. Here are some photos from the Big Trip.
Walking on salt at Badwater Basin in Death Valley National Park.
With mountain with bears running on it behind me in Glacier National Park, Montana.
Snow in the summer in South Dakota.
The famous Devil’s Tower in South Dakota.
With striking geologic composits of Badland National Park, South Dakota.
The wild prairie dog at Roberts Prairie Dog Town in Badlands National Park.
Cloud Gate or The Bean in Chicago, Illinois.
Niagara Falls with the view of Canada at sunset in Buffalo, New York.
Sunrise at Zabriskie Point in Death Valley National Park.
Summer beauty in Yosemite National Park, California.
Where are you going next?
I started traveling around my neighborhood of beautiful South East Asia in year 2011. It was a week trip in wonderful, hot, summery April with my former partner and at that time I just got my first passport, just for my supposed-to-be first trip ever outside Malaysia, which was to Indonesia, with my family. I ended up going to Thailand first and it was great nonetheless
the border gate; northern West Malaysia, Bukit Kayu Hitam and Southern Thailand, Sadao. I took a gruesome 17 hours bus ride from south to north.
I went to the 2004 tsunami town in Thailand, Ko Lanta
distracted, psyched and all smile on my first tuk-tuk ride in Krabi, Thailand
my first time riding the moped and…
…I crashed my moped.
bugs are delicious in Krabi
famous Mr Blowfish in fishing village near Krabi.
- my very own secluded beach in Ao Poh, Ko Phi Phi
this basic but beautiful bungalow facing the secluded beach in Ao Poh was my pad in Ko Phi Phi, costed me a good 800 baht.
the first part of island in Ko Phi Phi that got the first tsunami wave back in 2004, I am talking about this pier.