Photo Hunter : Artificial and Fresh

I personally feel that making my house washroom clean will make my visitors feel like being home. Besides making sure my house washroom is clean, I also want it to have a fresh look. I bought some artificial plants to put inside the washroom. Change the artificial plants often gives me some fresh look of the washroom and not getting bored when using it.

Captured from my washroom, Jan 2012.



Skywatch Friday : Sky outside the low cost apartments

Staying in the city has high living cost.  Housing price is so expensive nowadays. Double storey landed property cost at least 400k. People with low till medium salary range has no choice and have to stay inside the low cost apartments. Yeah, this including me, cannot afford it. Hmmm.. surviving in the city, this called life~

Captured at Pudu area, Dec 2011.

Photo Hunter : Spicy & Shoes

Santa Claus wears spicy red outfit and black shoes sending a night mask cream for me on last year Christmas. 😀



Skywatch Friday : Inside Wat Pho

March in Bangkok can describe with one word which is HOT. It was really hot in Bangkok during our stay over there. Wat Pho is open daily. Entrance fee is 100 Baht. It is a place that worth for visiting. You can take the boat from Center Pier to N8 Tha Tien in order to visit this temple.

This picture was taken when I took a rest under a tree, inside the Wat Pho, Bangkok, March 2012.

Photo Hunter – Play & Creative

I was not playing with the fruits. I know we cannot waste the food.

I just arranged the fruits to make a creative funny look and to remind us to have a good and cheer day ahead~

Captured at Ecotel Bangkok Hotel, Bangkok, March 2012.

Skywatch Friday : No post today

I have been upgrading my laptop to windows 7.

Unfortunately, all my photos are missing after the upgrade.

I do not have any picture to show up today~

Watery Wednesday : Coconut for a hot day

It was a hot day in Bangkok. We went to Wat Pho to see the Reclining Buddha. A very big and grogeous Reclining Buddha. A lot of tourists visited Wat Pho on that day. A worth place to visit!

This is my first time there. I wanted to go there last time but blocked by tuk tuk. The tuk tuk told us that Wat Pho is closed for some events and he suggested us to somewhere else. This time, I read from Internet about this kind of cases and get the detailed direction of how to go there without need to ask the people.

To go to Wat Pho, you can take BTS to Saphan Taksin. Walk down to Center Pier and buy a boat ticket which cost only 30baht to N8 Tha Tien pier. Wat Pho is just behind the Tha Tien pier within 5 minutes walking distance.

After visiting Wat Pho, we had coconuts water to release the heatiness inside body during a hot day.

Captured this picture at a stall outside the Wat Pho, Bangkok, March 2012.