This picture is of the famous Bondi Beach Iceberg Swimming pool. It is a salt water swimming pool built right into the side of the cliffs. The water was freezing! I didn’t go in this specific one, since it was more for the athletic swimming and I was not trying to do that at all. … More Picture Of The Week
Well once again, we are trying to get out instagram up and running (@haveaheiseday) so it’s time for another picture of the week. I mean to be fair, I also love sharing these photos so there is that too. Here is a great shot I took of the river in Singapore. Long exposure obviously, using … More Picture of The Week
Sometimes I take these random photos that really have no classification. Or in the case of LB, I took a lot of photos of random buildings and the rivers. So without further delay, let’s look at some random photos from around the city. Well, this is not really a blog post so much as a … More Exploring Luang Prabang Part 3: Random Shots From Around Town
*EDITORS NOTE: So I kind of messed up the numbering of days. This was our second day at the actual Olympics themselves, but technically our third (if you count a half day as a day, which I do) in Korea. So the numbering on the videos doesn’t necessarily match the numbering on the blogs. Interesting … More We Went To The Olympics! Day Two*!
Well, the title kind of says it all. Enjoy! Jumpa Lagi! Kevin
Well, I officially know what I am going to do over the long Christmas weekend: Write blog posts! I didn’t realize how long it has been. I still want to write about the taste of bugs in Siem Reap, and obviously I have a few things to say about our recent trip to Macau. I … More Macau Day One
Yes that’s right, we ate some bugs. So listen, I am double dipping and one day I might write a blog post about eating bugs but one day I might now because I already have a great video of it. I should show you that video. You know what, I will.
So there is Angkor Wat, which is really just one temple. Then their is the ancient city of Angkor, which is what the last post showed. And then there are two places that are a bit further afield. One is the River of 1000 Lingas which basically means it is the river of 1000 penises. … More Our Trip To Siem Reap- The Further Afield places
There are a lot of temples in and around Siem Reap, but most people flock to the big three, which have already been covered in both a blog post and a video which I posted on here just a few minutes ago. But there is something called The Grand Tour, which is all the other … More Our Trip to Siem Reap-The Non Big Three Temples Chapter
After our visit to Angkor Wat (See that exciting adventure in the previous blog post) we headed off to Angkor Thom, the walled city. It is probably most famous for the old city gate you drive through, and Bayon, which is the temple with all the faces on it. As we were starting the walk … More Our Trip To Siem Reap-The Angkor Thom Chapter