When in Beijing, eat Peking Duck. Indeed, the name Peking Duck come from the city of Peking, or more known as Beijing, the capital of China.
While browsing for best restaurant that serve Peking Duck, the name Da Dong come into the picture. The Michelin star rating guarantee that the food at Da Don won’t disappoint hungry stomach.
To date, it is still the best Peking Duck I ate in and out of China. The skin of the duck is just crispy yet remain moist, melting in mouth when combined with the wrapping. Or even when ate alone.
Definitely the most satisfying food to close the night.
This post is made in response to WordPress photo challenge: Satisfaction
The nickname of Blue Mosque originated from the blue hue of sunlight coming from its windows. Unless you look up, you will be deceived by the red color of the carpet.
The official name of Blue Mosque of Istanbul is Sultan Ahmed Mosque. It was built by Sultan Ahmed I in 1600s, and serve as place to pray, as well as symbol of power of Ottoman Empire.
The Blue Mosque is still functioning as Mosque today. Men still come to pray 5 times a day, and also for the Friday Prayer.
This post is made in response to WordPress Photo Challenge: Heritage
Just as the sun begin to set, the crowd started to gather at Malioboro Street. To anticipate the crowd, several food seller already set up their basket, ready to serve hungry stomach. They set up their baskets in a non-intrusive way at the wide pedestrian of Maliboro Street. And in case you pass through them, they will greet you and offer the food, with the signature smile of Yogyakarta.
This post is made in response to WordPress Photo Challenge: The Road Taken
In response to WordPress Photo Challenge: Graceful
A Hot Air Balloon, looks like hovering still, but in fact gracefully moving forward with the wind. Definitely once-in-a-lifetime experience.
With black instead of white sands, Parangtritis beach in South Yogyakarta might not qualify as picture perfect beach. It is also a bit dirty from natural and human made garbage. However, the gentle sloped beach allows the wave and surf to reach quite far inland, washing away some garbage. And in the perfect evening sunlight, the sea water turns the black sands into a mirror.
This post is made in response to WordPress Photo Challenge: Mirror