One of my favorite photos from Japan is of these colorful little temple dolls. We found them at the last station in a temple 6.3km from the top of Mt. Fuji. Although the weather refused to cooperate with us that day, we still had a great time exploring the area despite the fact that the […]
A reverse effect with life imitating art. Or is it? This photo looks like an old oil painting to me. I love the contrast between the tiny little Vietnamese fisherman’s boat floating in a wake of capitalism.
This is one of my more popular photos on Flickr, so I thought I’d share it with you. I took this photo from the front end of the Monorail on our way from Tokyo to Odaiba in Japan.
A street vendor from the Muslim Quarter in Xian, China.
Kinda speaks for itself, doesn’t it?
I snapped this photo as we were driving in downtown Osaka. I think it brings new meaning to “Bright Lights, Big City.”
Any country is A-OK in my books when their construction workers look like this. Japanese construction workers must be the best-dressed in the world!
We tried this tasty local Vietnamese delicacy in a small village along the Mekong Delta. It’s known as Elephant Fish. This post is in response to the Bushman’s post on Tonight at Sushi Express. Dear readers, if you’re at all interested in international food, be sure to check out the Bushman’s blog. Amazing recipes. Eye-catching […]
After three days of scrambling over the ruins of Angkor’s ancient temples we set off on the next leg of our journey through Cambodia. We decided to continue our journey through Cambodia by land, despite having a rather rough entry into the country at the Aranyaprathet/Poipet border crossing. Land borders always make the best travel […]
Spend a day walking around Harajuku and you’ll get more than you ever need for a gaggle of sights. Harajuku is well-known for its boutiques and bistros and famous for its Harajuku Kids and Cos-play-zoku aka The Costume Play Gang. A day spent here is a day in voyeur’s paradise.