I picked up a treat of Raccoon bread at Le Bread (although it looks like panda bread??). Why she refused to touch it with her hands I don’t know. Wasn’t it an ancient or Medieval form of torture to have … Continue reading
My big sister has an ocean related phobia or two so I rate this video as NSFM. The Osaka Kaiyukan Aquarium blew me away. I’d live there if they let me. Definitely worth seeing if you have time in Osaka.
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I hadn’t seen this in person and saw it for the first time on TV where Japanese people come to Taiwan as toursists. Since the show I’ve noticed it more and more. Here is a video clip from the tent … Continue reading
After the dust settled about the whole being pregnant thing I decided one thing that was going to be really important was making sure I kept some kind of record of the whole thing. Of course I’m doing my own … Continue reading
Change. My goal for the “new year”, which for a teacher happens after summer, was to minimize. Simplify. Once again my life seemed to be revolving around work. Not to escape any personal issues like I may have done in … Continue reading
Strong, medium and what???
I posted this to facebook awhile back but I’m not sure what took me so long to get it up here. Part of my trans-siberian trip involved staying deep in the Gobi with a real Nomadic family. It was probably … Continue reading
In May of this year I spent 21 days crossing the trans-siberian railway from Beijing to St.Petersburg with a friend made in college, Amanda. The whole thing started during a Skype call with Amanda some time last year. At the … Continue reading
My biggest regret of my trans-siberian trip was this performance. Our friend in Mongolia took us to see this traditional performance hours before our train to Russia was set to depart. She said normally camera fees are 5$ and video … Continue reading