A smaller one…

At this time, everyone wanting to buy a point and shoot camera should have at least once heard of the sony RX100 (released three years back). With great reviews and listed as among the best compact camera at par with Panasonic LumixTZ70, Canon powershot G7, Fujifilm X100T etc…

#sony #rx100 just got a small one to carry around #photography point and shoot

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Small and pocketable, but using the leather casing adds to the size quite a bit, should have opted for a smaller carry case or pouch…

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An ipad artist…

This past few weeks, been quite calm, nothing to do, which leads to too much “free unusable time” if you understand what I mean.

The short story, somewhat like this, odd working hours> free time> read something in mac life magazine > read about drawing, sketching doodling with ipad > looked for apps > downloaded apps and tada…!

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Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp

The 10 day walk

First time hearing about Nepal and trekking at the Kathmandu, I imagined the great Everest, and all that unforgiving landscape, challenging terrain to explore and experience.

every guesthouse have these maps…

The idea of taking a trip there seems kind of intimidating, it makes you think twice before going. But after a lot of reviews and reading from previous traveler experience, it does not sound so scary at all. It began with someone inviting me to join the Nepal trekking adventure and ended up planning for Annapurna base camp in Kathmandu Nepal. It will be a 10 day trek from Pokhara to Annapurna base camp, with people who I have never met, how interesting that would be I wonder. Anyway, most of the cost and planning is handled by our guide there and the ground cost per person is about USD 800, which kind of expensive compared to the blog that I’ve read and such. Continue reading Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp

Lucky me.

Tested

My Suunto ambit watch was sent for repair few month earlier, button problems (it got stuck when pressed and had difficult getting back to the original position), seems quite harmless and not such a big issue, but it’s annoying and might do permanent damage to the internal components at the long-term.

So I had it sent to repairs at the retailer since the warranty was still valid, which in turn was sent to the distributor some few thousand miles away. Normally, the time for repair is about 3 month as said by the shop. Sounds too long for repairs for me but I had no choice. Reason being that they had to wait for parts, procedures, documentation to suunto HQ, etc and all that..

ambit 1

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