Photo Blog: The Vacation

The last few weeks of December were super exciting as I travelled to India for the first time after relocating to Sydney. 7 flights, 2 time zones, food, 3 different cultures, food, travelling on foot, did I mention food!! I had been preparing my travel excel sheet 5 months in advance. My body clock was completely out of control and the first few days I was zombie-walking. But well, it's home... who cares.

Here's a photo blog, summarising my trip.

At Singapore Airport, in between posing and rushing to catch the sky train.
 
Nikki went crazy as soon as I opened the gate. She is as gorgeous as ever


Shopping with Dad at Gar Ali, Jorhat. Back to good old times.

The fields in Nagpur are just as beautiful. My husband took me on a tour every morning, to the fields nearby.


Macau sure knows how to light up their buildings. I felt like walking in a real life video game. 
Umm, dried fish I assume. Just a random street stall in a beautiful Chinese village Tai O.

Dwarfed by the amazing Big Buddha, in Lantau Island

A glimpse of Hong Kong Island 

I got so many stories to tell, please don't mind me yapping for the next few weeks :D



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20 comments:

  1. I am sure you had such lovely holidays! Great pictures. Looking forward to read more :)

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  2. Wow! You must have had quite a holiday!!! So looking forward to hearing all the details... :)

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  3. Yes, you mentioned food, but where are the pictures of the food, I want to see food, woman!

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  4. Now that looks like a real vacation, enjoying sights, foods, smells. Hopefully you will share some more photos from the trip.

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  5. Your pictures are testimony of the good time you had in your vacations. Looking forward to your travel tales :)

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  6. Such a wonderful vacation you must have had as evident from the pictures but where are the food pics woman? :D

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    1. Damn I should have clicked more food pictures... for a change I was so busy eating :P

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  7. Looks like you had a wonderful time...loved your travel pics btw!

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  8. Wow, cool pics. That Buddha statue is nice. Good to know you had a great time this holidays, traveling :)

    Destination Infinity

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    1. thank you so much :D It really amazing in real :)

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  9. Amazing shots. There is no better feeling than coming back home:)

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    1. that is so true. Home is my favourite place... ever :D

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  10. I love Buddha statues. There is something very peaceful about them. And this looks so damn awesome. Lucky you!

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    1. that is so true. Even after climbing all the way up, it didn't feel much when we saw the statue.

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