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Konsi

On the foot of mount Mayon lies a small hill overlooking the entire Legazpi – Daraga area a cool sea breeze moves the leaves of the Indian trees standing guard on the boarders of the cemetery’s edges. It’s a clear sunny day today toped only by the occasional passing rain cloud. it’s like this always in Forest Lake. Here [...]

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Taronga Western Plains Zoo

Cast _MG_3312upon the open plains of the city of Dubbo, the western plains zoo of Taronga was the end goal of our 400 km north west 5 hour road trip from the city of Sydney started on a busy Friday afternoon, the weather was bright and sunny compared to drab cloudy days that preceded it. As it was already the second month of the Autumn season and at this the time leaves are already starting to turn to a golden orange and yellow. I took the day off work, packed my bags, camera equipment and loaded my laptop with fresh tunes and movies for a weekend in the country.

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Voodoo

Finally Voodoo Sunset 003after a long time longing to see the sunset over here on the east coast of Australia. I get to bask in the final rays of sunshine on a spot that was just a few minutes away from my new home in Sydney.

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Central

Australia _MG_2737has one of the most complex and up to date train system in the world. Though the trains are not built as fast as the ones in Japan they provide each major city in Australia a good means of transportation around the metro and it’s surrounding suburbs.

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Manly Dam

The _MG_2649area that we now know today as Manly Dam was part of Aboriginal culture housing many native food sites, rock engravings and other archeological finds. This site has been a gathering of native Australians even before the time since the first Europeans has ever set foot on Australia.

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2011 in Sydney!

Welcome _MG_25702011! The new year has finally come. I raise my camera and start clicking on the first minutes of 2011. This is my first time seeing the fireworks displayed on the Sydney Harbor bridge! A new beginning and a fresh start here in the land down under.

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Iwahig, Prison Colony

When_MG_1511 is a prison not a prison? Ever since we could do wrong our parents would tell us that if you don’t straighten up you will end up in prison! A prison would be a place of iron and bars, isolated from society where individuals would pay their dept back to the community. Not SO in IWAHIG.

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Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center

The _MG_1495 first stop on our city tour takes us to the Wildlife convention center a place of research and crocodile farming.

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Marina de bay

Included_MG_1909 in the tour package we availed was our accommodations for the our stay in Palawan, at the very tip of one of the small coves is a place that is a cozy getaway for adventurers and couples alike.

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Puerto Prinsesa, Palawan

The _MG_1422Island of Palawan is the largest and longest of the provinces of the Philippine islands. Some consider it to be the last remaining frontier of natural beauty found in the Islands. Tourist from all over the world would come and visit it’s shores just to partake on its pristine and magical nature.

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