Lucerne


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Hihi! This is my second post of the year! Glad that I am making a little progress in blogging. I visited Lucerne about two weeks ago and it is quite a beautiful and small city to visit. I am not sure why I am not taking as many photos like before but I promise I gonna try my best to take more photos in my future trips.

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This is Chapel Bridge which is one of the must-see attractions in Lucerne.

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There are many paintings on the wooden boards.

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I also took a 1 hour boat trip and it is really nice. There are some of the photos I took during the boat trip.

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Really really trying my best to type more for this blog post but don’t know why I can’t type as much crap like last time. So anyway, I am planning for a three week vacation to South America next year, probably during Summer/Fall. Having a little difficulties to get the 3 week leave cos I have missed the deadline to bid for my leave and now most of the leave slots are closed. Aaah! So fingers crossed! I should be traveling alone since I do not like to stick to an itinerary or follow someone else’s plans. Wanna cover Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay, Uruguay, etc! I have never been to South America and I will love to explore somewhere I have never been. Wooooohoooo! I can’t wait~! That’s my plan for 2015 and in 2016, I might be traveling to Europe with my sister. If she is not going, I might want to go on a Alaskan cruise or explore USA. Oh man… I simply love to travel!

7 thoughts on “Lucerne

  • Hi Irene! Its been a long while! Gotta know so much more about how you’ve been and your passion from this wonderful blog! Happen to chance upon your blog and its really a great reading pleasure! It’s so you… Do continue to pursue your passion in travelling and blog more!

    • Initially I thought it is just a random reader cos I don’t really reply to comments anymore. Luckily I took a second look at the email address. HAHA… QQ? Quek Quek! OMG. How have you been? Seriously, I thought you have forgotten about me. Heard that you are happily married with a baby boy! Happy for you 🙂 Ya I still enjoy flying around. Just too lazy to update my blog now lol 🙂

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