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Vikten is my last stop here in the western part of Lofoten Islands. The houses of this small village have some wonderful beachfront view of the North Sea, although the shoreline is more of a rocky one. The forceful waves that day reminded me to stay away. While the cold harsh wind made it tough to wander around. Then I came across a sheep farm where the residents are seemingly enjoying the ‘breeze’ and snowfall. #lofoten #norway
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I arrived at Nusfjord on a wet and foggy day. I have wanted to visit Ramberg Beach beforehand but it makes no sense to visit a beach while the rain kept coming down hard. I made a swap in my itinerary while hoping for the rain to stop. There was nothing much going on at the small harbour that morning, was it due to the rain? happy. #lofoten #norway +Visit Norway
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Sund is an old fishing village at the southern part of Flakstad. It takes just a short detour from the E10 road to reach the quaint village surrounded by a delightful terrain. This is yet another picturesque place in Lofoten Islands with stunning landscape. The reflective waters present a double take of the beautiful surrounding which makes me go shutter-happy. #lofoten #norway +Visit Norway
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The nearby fishing villages of Sakrisoy, Hamnoy and Å are equally picturesque just like the picture-perfect Reine. With somewhat similar dramatic landscapes surrounding the villages makes it worthwhile to check them out too. Furthest away from Reine is a single letter named village of Å, pronounced something like ‘Aw’ or ‘O-arh’. Often referred as ‘Å i Lofoten’ to distinguish itself from the same name village in Vesterålen. #lofoten #norway +Visit Norway
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Reine is as picture-perfect as what I have envisioned and beyond. This Norwegian fishing village surrounded by idyllic mountains and seascapes is stunningly beautiful like a postcard. In addition, the shoreline dotted with red and white fishermen’s Rorbuer blend in nicely which created a very scenic appeal. Hence, it’s not surprising that Reine has often been cited as the most beautiful fishing village in the world. #lofoten #norway +Visit Norway
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Lofoten Islands have been in my thoughts ever since I saw images of its visual stunning fishing villages. I knew I have to make a visit and this was how the trip came about. My apology for the delay in updating the blog, as it took me a long while to sort out all the images. The Arctic wonderland of Lofoten islands is so amazingly picturesque that I went shutter happy. Maybe way too much but how do I resist? #lofoten #norway +Visit Norway
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I get to marvel at some Street Art Murals of Penang during one short business visit. The unique street arts found around the historic town of George Town offer some murals-hunting fun. Sadly, I only had time to visit four during this trip. I would love to capture more of them but time and weather are not on my side. Hopefully, I can find myself back in Penang again to have another murals-hunt experience. #penang #malaysia #StreetArt
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After a long day out yesterday, it’s time to shift the focus back to Taipei in places like Tamsui and Ximending. We took MRT to the charming and laid-back port city of Tamsui or Danshui (淡水). The port now sees lesser operations after most of it being moved over to Keelung. But it is now rejuvenated as a famous attraction for both tourists and locals alike, especially after being linked to central Taipei via MRT. #tamsui #ximending #taipei #taiwan
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Jinguashi (金瓜石) has an illustrious gold mining history during its heyday. There’s a saying that plenty of gold-ish minerals are still available to be unearthed. But the people here have decided against to restart the mining activities. Perhaps wanting to preserve the precious site or maybe the preference of mining the current golden tourism boom instead. #jinguashi #taiwan
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Yehliu Geopark (野柳地质公园) is located on the northeast coast of Taiwan. This popular attraction is known for its natural rock formations caused by corrosion of seawater. There are plenty of strange looking rocks which seemingly resembling certain objects. Most of which have some official interpretation but I suppose it’s really up to one’s imagination and creativities. #taipei #taiwan
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