A short review of Porn Bungalow and an introduction to the beautiful island of Koh Chang, Thailand.
From Lake Louise to the Plain of Six Glaciers Tea House and Abbots Pass.
Postcards from lake Louise, Alberta, Canadian Rocky Mountains.
It took me a while to decide about the name of the post. What is ‘Porn Bungalow’? And what is ‘Porn Resort’? Depending from where you are coming from, the word “porn” may have different connotations.
And now, that I’ve awakened your curiosity, let’s solve the mystery!
What’s different, new and surprising for a first time foreigner in Bangkok in short stories and photos.(reposted)
Last day from our one week trip to Lake Louise was reserved for Lake Moraine. It happened to be a Friday, during COVID-19 restrictions. Little we knew how the day will unfold…
“The mountains are calling and I must go.” – John Muir
One of the most scenic hikes in the Canadian Rockies, starts at the end of the Lake Louise shoreline trail and ends with stunning glacier views, after climbing through forests and passing by moraines and gravel debris from the Victoria Glacier.
The moderate hike can take 5 to 6 hours with stops for photos. It is recommended to hike in group of fours. Grizzly bears also like the area! We were two with one bear bell, who worked hard to scare the bears. September is also the berry season, so it was a good push for us to go faster through the bushes – especially when you feel the bear smell!
Once out in the opening, you will be surrounded by spectacular mountains with a panorama view of the Lake Louise. Climbing more and passing the Plain of the Six Glaciers Tea House, you will get closer to the glaciers by following the Abbots Pass.
Autumn, what a delight! The fall has arrived in Canada changing the colours of the tree leaves from green to +50 shades of orange: from peach and marigold, to tangerine and persimmon, and in the end mahogany and rust…
A good place for an autumn stroll and photography is High Park, the biggest park in Toronto.
Wilderness in the middle of the city! One-third of the park remains in a natural state, with a rare oak savannah ecology. Significant natural parts of the park are classified as a provincial Areas of Natural and Scientific Interest. High Park was opened to the public in 1876. (Wikipedia)
“I would like, if I may, to take you on a strange journey.”
Toronto’s most wicked street party takes place every year on Halloween night, October 31st. Hundreds of Halloween-dressed revelers converge at the Village (Church & Wellesley): scary zombies, clowns, trumps, witches, skeletons and other bloody creatures being treated by sexy nurses – plus a mixture of funny penguins, high tech robots, big head babies and even a pair of huge dinosaurs.
It was a dark, cold, rainy day – perfect for Halloween.