Hope Land Executive Serviced Apartment
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... you can see what you’re framing. There was even a Samsung model that would actually take the selfie when you winked at it.
Dessa chose the Sony Alpha 5100 mirrorless camera and loves it. It’s light, quite compact and takes great photos. We also bought her a new pole for more selfie variety. She has already moved beyond the auto function to using various scenes and other adjustments. Most important though is she now has her ...
... ended up with a private taxi driven by an angry Thai lady who was the coordinator of the whole system at the pier. She took us to the Double Tree by Hilton which she struggled to say in her strong Thai accent whilst she jumped all the traffic queues on route. We had pre booked the hotel in order to have a couple of nights relaxing when Mel arrived. Surin beach is a quiet beach in Phuket with most of the action and high rise luxury hotels lining the southern beaches of Patong, Karon ...
... ft) comes into view through the building cloud. This section had been extremely tough with ledges and steep parts? We were glad to take a break for lunch before the last push up the hill. Another 1 1/2 hours of slow walking took us up to our hotel at the Annapurna Base Camp (4130 m / 13, 536 ft) on the South Annapurna moraine. The cloud had settled in over the valley so we only got a few peeks at our destination. Upon arrival ...
... charge my new camera.
Then I could use it at the temple of the Golden Buddha, just around the corner from the Duck place to try it out. It was great to try out some of the cool new features. I hope you will also see some improvement in the pictures, there should be some more artistic photos and some better night shots coming soon.
The Golden Buddha has a interesting story behind it but I can't be bothered to write this all down here in the blog, so please ask ...
... I would be up late in LMPM (last-minute panic mode). Randy had booked a flight nearly three hours earlier than mine, so we decided that I should sleep in, given the 30 hours of travel ahead and the fact that we would see each other at the end of that (we had booked separate itineraries because I used award miles, while Randy paid cash). But it turns out that LMPM comes with an absolute requirement that you get no more than 5 hours of sleep the night before a big trip such ...