Our last stop was the small city of Düsseldorf. While we were here, Kirmes was ongoing so we got to see the second largest festival in Germany (next to Oktoberfest of course)! At this point in our trip we were already traveling in a pretty large group which meant that our pace also slowed down considerably. That turned out to be fine, since we were also tired from the mad rush across five countries. I realize that I started taking fewer and fewer pictures as we moved closer to our final destination. Partly due to restrictions (some museums) but also partly because there were more people taking photos towards the end of our trip that I didn’t feel the need to add more of my own. This, the absence of pictures from Düsseldorf’s historic district.
My brother doing his Assassin’s Creed thing for the last time.
To avoid too many photos in a single post, I’ll break it does to a post for each of the 3 festival sites in Sapporo. First up, the Susukino site, a few minutes walk from my accommodations.
I didn’t do much today. I went to Chinatown, enjoyed the commute around KL and did my laundry.
Kita satu bangsa, kita satu negara
Kita satu matlamat.. Oooo
Kita satu bangsa, satu negara
Kita satu Malaysia
Anyone who’s been on the Go KL busses should be familiar with that 😀
Japan Lifts Visa Requirement for ASEAN Countries
great news for southeast asians (like me!)
i guess the media jumped the gun a bit here. japan is only relaxing the requirements for visas with only malaysia and thailand being considered for the lifting of the visa. lucky them!
I got invited to a cove near verde island by my sister’s PADI dive instructor Glenn this weekend. This is their second trip there and they’re trying to set up the spot as a dive site so i’m coming along to assist in any way I can. Continue reading