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New view of Daldowie

Jan 1 has become something of a traditional visit to Daldowie (that’s Daldowie Crematorium for the non-local).

It can be a surprisingly interesting wander if time is taken to look at some of the memorials. 261 more words



… In heaven (or hell?).

The DTH antenna at the crematorium in Perungudi.


Exhibition of Crematorium of King Bhumibol Adulyadej Borommanathbobitra

King Bhumibol Adulyadej Borommanathbobitra  or also known as Rama IX is the former King of Thailand. King Bhumibol passed away on Thursday the 13th of October 2016 at the age of 89, having reigned for 70 years, the longest in Thai History. 700 more words

Meracau / Boasts

Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp - Berlin

Sachsenhausen concentration camp is north of Berlin – it opened in 1936 and was utilised until the liberation in 1945. It was one of the first concentration camps and became a model for future camps. 709 more words


Dachau Concentration Camp – Munich

I actually don’t know where to start this post. Visiting this concentration camp left me speechless, depressed, intrigued and feeling very morbid. If you have never visited one, I don’t think describing it will even do it justice. 501 more words


Arlington Memorial Chapels, Gave My Uncle the Dignity He Deserves

My uncle recently passed away and here are points that impressed me when they did his cremation service:

Parking and Valet — I never tried their valet service but their parking is free and open if you come over before 5 PM. 486 more words

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Pashupatinath Crematorium - Nepal

I wanted to write about this experience as it something that truly opened my eyes and heart and completely shocked me at the same time. The Pashupatinath Temple is a sacred Hindu temple in Kathmandu. 437 more words