Went on a group tour to my very first China trip to Mount Huangshan last winter.
Known as "The Loveliest Mountain of China", it lives up to its spectacular scenic view. Environmentally, it's as if we're inside the Kung Fu Panda World or World of Warcraft but this is alive and real.
I did mention it's winter, but no we didn't see any snow. We did however saw the sea of clouds and the early morning mist on the way up via cable car. Super sweet journey up and down.
To sum it in one word: Heavenly.
Home sweet home.
Never thought I'll appreciate my room so much after being away for a whole month.
Snuggling back into my natural habitat.
Wandering in the streets of San Francisco after the rain.
SF city in a nutshell, diverse group of people, functioning historical trams moving around the city, lots of traffic light and wait-for-the-light-before-you-cross-the-road, eclectic mix of Victorian and modern architecture plus hilly up and down roads that makes you forget if you're on a hill or a loop of wave. This city is like a cool art montage.
This is my version of 'The Crossing', inspired by Joevic Yeban.
San Francisco's iconic Golden Gate Bridge from the beach promenade.
Visit to the Alcatraz Island.
"Why would I wanna go visit a prison?" that's the first thing I said when I was looking for recommendation of places to visit while in SF. Haha but after some research this become my first place to visit when I arrive. It's got some funny history to it.
Not quite a functional fort. Cool prison idea but not very evergreen. This place got famous especially in the movie "Escape from Alcatraz". Now it serves as a very profitable travel site.
I saw a shark on the way back with ferry. I think that great white shark attack clip on Youtube spotted at the island is quite legit.