Tags archives: video

  • The Coast Golf Course

  • We went out for a day of golf at The Coast Golf Course at Little Bay. It was ridiculously cold and windy, but our professional golfers made the most of it. And I was there to record it all, behind them and a little off to the side, safely out of th [...]
  • Ocean Park Aquarium

  • Ocean Park has an aquarium too! A nautilus, a most fascinating creature. Too bad their tanks are always so dark! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8324ISk9jPg&w=900&h=600&hd=1&modestbranding&rel=0 Very graceful jellyfish. Ve [...]
  • Ocean Park

  • Ocean Park was, and still is Hong Kong's premier amusement park. Not only was it cheaper than Disney, there was more to do inside and a larger variety of attractions. Food was also both edible and affordable, no complaints here! Well, the arrival [...]
  • Jellyfish クラゲ

  • The other main attraction at the aquarium is the collection of jellyfish. Yeh I can see the question marks over your heads, but there are so many incredible types of jellyfish here that you can't see in Sydney. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fgNw4 [...]
  • Sunfish, Mola mola

  • Sunfish, or Mola mola (!?), are my favorite fish in the world. They are a crazy flat fish, with big fins on the top and bottom they use for swimming. The giant fish are quite docile, and quite clumsy. They have a net inside their tank so that they [...]
  • Pufferfish ふぐ

  • Oh the pufferfish are always so cute, so lively. And moving so fast! Can they ever sit still (and let me take a nice pic)? They're like the fish equivalent of ADHD + red cordial. They swim and look at you like they are inviting you to try to fo [...]
  • Himeji Castle 姫路城

  • If you haven't seen it yet, it's too late. Himeji's White Egret Castle, considered Japan's most beautiful castle, is undergoing a once-in-50-years maintenance as of Sep 09. It's world heritage main keep will be covered in scaffolding for the next 5 [...]
  • Naruto Whirlpools 鳴門

  • Naruto is a place I had wanted to see for a long time. Naruto is on Shikoku on the opposite side of Kobe on Honshu. Due to the shape of the seabed there, during high and low tides, huge whirlpools appear in the middle of the sea. The whirlpools last [...]