Welcome to our online photo album!
We treasure every journey we made, and that's the main reason we put up this webpage to share with you.
So often we thought that we have travelled enough. Yet whenever we thought of those breathtaking sceneries, interesting wildlife, friendly locals and travelers who helped us for no reasons, we want to travel again! Equally there are lonely and miserable moments on the road, nevertheless the happy ones keep us going.
Hope you enjoy and thanks for your visit. Keep itchy feet and safe travel!
Sharon & Jochen
My first visit to Singapore was in 1996. I couldn’t really remember anything except a bit of Sentosa. Never have I found this place appealing nor had I ever thought about living here. Nevertheless the opportunity of experiencing life in Singapore did excited us.
This is the place where I picked up my favorite sport tennis again, was keen on learning more about photography and Lightroom, dreamed to be become a travel writer, and got a taste of oil/acrylic painting. Apparently I have no gift in any of these. Yet search is privilege, found is luck and a lot of hard work.
On arrival the playful long-tailed macaque monkeys were already at the beach of Bako National Park welcoming us! Er, no…they were indeed having crabs for breakfast.
Shortly before leaving Singapore, we spontaneously booked a flight to Kuching, East Malaysia without much planning.
Kuching, the capital of Sarawak, also known as “Cat” city from direct translation, has indeed nothing to do with cats but is a good base to make day trips to the national parks in the region.
There are altogether five national parks (Bako, Gunung Gading, Kubah, Tanjung Datu and Talang Satang), three national reserves (Wind Cave, Sama Jaya, Semenggoh), and two wildlife sanctuaries (Samunsam, Pulau Tukong).
We picked the most visited one, Bako National Park, because we wanted to see the Proboscis …