Tagged With: Switzerland
Musee Internationale de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant Rouge (International Museum of The Red Cross and Red Crescent) — A Poignant Walk Back In Time
I am losing count of the number of days that KL has been under RMO/MCO (Restricted Movement Order/Movement Control Order). As one wise guy cracked, the only official days of the week now are Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. One good thing about the lockdown is how I’ve managed to unearth some old pics buried somewhere … Continue reading
I was in Geneva from the 8th to the 11th of April to attend a triennial exhibition/conference related to my work. For a change, I went via Emirates Air and even though it meant a 4-hour transit in Dubai both ways, it also meant fantastic food (unexpected choice of word for airline food, I know), … Continue reading
The past few weeks have been hectic, frantic, frenzied, frenetic. Even my friends are finding difficulty keeping tabs of my whereabouts these days — last week Dubai and Muscat, this week Jakarta, back to KL last night, then in a few weeks’ time I’ll be off to Shanghai. I’ve got tonnes of unfinished blog posts … Continue reading
The moon rises over the snow-capped mountains. An ancient tree stretches out its gnarled fingers to the sky. A stone bench with wooden slats painted red sits mutely in awe. Houses and trees gaze adoringly on their silent reflection on the frigid waters of the river that connects Lakes Thun and Brienz. Interlaken, a little … Continue reading
Tulip: blood-red, Ruby, fiery. Amidst the urban chaos, Beauty. Photo taken at a kerb near Interlaken West train station, Switzerland, April 2011.