Maternity Shoot

Originally posted on Travel Tales of a Yogini:
Due to my pregnancy, I haven’t been able to travel this year.  During my first trimester, I was supposed to go to Singapore with my family.  But I was deplaned (with my little daughter crying because Mama cannot go with her anymore) due to threatened abortion arising…

Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

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The Roman Forum is a rectangular forum surrounded by the ruins of ancient government buildings.  The center of civic and economic life in Republican times, the Forum also maintained an important role during the Imperial times.  Located between the small valley between the Palatine and Capitol Hills,…

The Roman Colosseo

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The Colosseum or Coliseum, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre.  Just east of the Roman Forum, the ampitheatre was the largest of its kind of the Roman Empire.  This is an iconic symbol of Imperial Rome and just one look at it, you will feel the enduring…

The Roman Pantheon

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One of my favorite sites of the ancient Rome, the Pantheon was built by Agrippa during the reign of Emperor Augustus. (27 BC – 14 AD) and rebuilt by the emperor HAdrian about 126 AD.[ Emperor Phocas gave the pagan temple to Pope Boniface IV in 608 A.D., who then transformed it…

Visiting Malaysia’s Garden City

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Seri Wawasan Bridge Putrajaya is Malaysia’s federal administrative centre where the seat of government shifted from Kuala Lumpur in 1999.  It is a planned city 25 kilometers south of Kuala Lumpur.  In Sanskrit, “putra” means prince or male child, and “jaya” means success or victory.  The development of…

Flying at the Peak of Sigiriya

After conquering the steps of the rock fortress, it was time to celebrate.  My version of “levitation” pose, jumping off from the last step at the peak of the fortress where the palace once stood.   Travel tales of a yogini.  Sri Lanka edition.