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One of the true cultural experiences of Japan is the food. I already indulge in Japanese food of some sort at least once an week in Taiwan. I kept hearing that it doesn’t compare to true Japanese food. While I … Continue reading
A little road trip to Heping Dao 和平島. Ocean, bare-handed fishing, crabs, “sea cockroaches”, bumper boats, beautiful views, cliffs, mushroom-shaped rocks, cute kids, good day.
While biking along Taipei’s beautiful riverside bike trails this afternoon I spotted this. No vendors, ok. Don’t throw trash on the ground, ok. No bonfires, ok. Don’t make a farm… huh?? Apparently there’s a big issue with farmer-squatters in Taipei
I love Taiwan. I really don’t like to write to dump on Taiwan. After a couple days of knowing me most Taiwanese people will say to me “You really love Taiwan don’t you?! More than most Taiwanese people I think”. … Continue reading
I suck. One of the photo opportunities in Singapore I was most excited about were the skyscrapers in the Boat Quay. I headed down there my first full day in Singapore for some food and to scope the place out. … Continue reading
I’ve been in love with Hindu art for a long time. There is something so vivid and realistic about the paintings and carvings. They are so much more dimensional and tell a stronger story than the carvings or statues in … Continue reading
Way back when the typhoons were coming, and Meg and I were wishfully wishing that they would hit us so we could have a day off we got creative. All of the typhoon days I’ve experienced so far have kind … Continue reading
I have a new job that releases me before the sun is gone. I’m a kindergarten teacher now. I finally caught a sunset at Danshui Friday evening.
Do you have any idea how much I love this watch? From Shilin night market.
Han has been bringing up “pottery making” for awhile and finally last month we went. Meg, Han and I hopped a train and went to Yingge (also Yinge, and Yingko… sounds like Ing-Ah) township within Taipei County. Yingge is a … Continue reading