Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Fridge Magnets

My fridge magnet fairy went gallivanting again (lucky him!) and picked up some fridge magnets again for his beloved girl on this side of the world :-)

From the magnificent kingdom of Thailand, here're two magnets:

 I was in Phi Phi Island couple of years ago through a stopover from Krabi. I remember speaking to some of the island residents who shared with me their harrowing experience surviving the 2001 tsunami that wiped out a a big portion of Phi-Phi Island.



Haven't been to Siam Ocean World, but would love to go during my next trip to Bangkok, whenever that may be. According to my fridge magnet fairy, Siam Ocean World rocks!



Since hiking is something I like to do, maybe I should consider conquering snow capped Mount Fuji. But let's complete Nepal first starting next weekend.



And lastly, two magnets from the home of the fairy himself:

Whenever I hear the name Georgia, it reminds me of a blind man in sunglasses and a very cool song. Go figure.



8 comments:

juphelia said...

I went climbing up Mount Fuji many many years back, when I was 6 or 7 and my first trip to Japan. Nothing much I could remember except we went to the tip of the crater where the sulphur gas was spilling out so I remember it smelling awful. Would love to climb it again now that I am old and can appreciate better.

Incidentally, Georgia is the setting of Gone With The Wind (the book), and the place of Scarlett O'Hara's beloved Tara.

art said...

Hi everyone;
I am Art.......the Magnet Fairy...
Savannah is also where Tom Hanks, in the movie Forrest Gump, was sitting on the bench looking at his box of chocolates. Also the movie "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" was filmed there. It is historic and has tons of great restaurants and Julie will verify that restaurants are one of my favorite places.
By the way I am an amatuer traveeler compared to Julie.

Julie Lim said...

Juphelia,

You getting old? That's something new, hehehe. Anyway, you're lucky to have climbed Mount Fuji at such a young age!

Julie Lim said...

Dear Fridge Magnet Fairy,

Thanks for leaving a message here. My wish is to have more fridge magnets, hehehe.

flights to Cape Town said...

Fridge magnet never grows old as a souvenir. I like the Savannah one. I had one before but one of my nephews played with it and it's gone.

flights to Cape Town said...

Fridge magnet never grows old as a souvenir. I like the Savannah one. I had one before but one of my nephews played with it and it's gone.

Travel universally said...

I have been big fan of Fridge Magnets, I still remember those moments when I simply used to get 50 to 80 magnets on my Fridge in my childhood, it was like my own Wall of Art.

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