It’s exciting when someone visits us in Taiwan. Seeing Taiwan through someone’s eyes for the first time is rewarding, especially when it’s your sister.
The Taiwanese are a naturally superstitious people, and this is particularly evident during Ghost Month in Taiwan, also know as the Hungry Ghost Festival.
Motorcycle tours in Cambodia are a lot of fun. I’ve seen my fair share of incredible places from the back of a motorcycle. One of my favourites is a rural village called DaSian, 100km to the east of Siem Reap. To get there by dirt bike we head deep into single track jungle trails until we come out at the deserted Preah Kahn Temple.
2012 and 2013 were not kind to the Kellenberger or the Marshall families, but we have had plenty of love and support from family and friends to help us through. The last six weeks have been especially difficult for us, but I’m glad to be putting 2013 behind us. We’re looking forward to a positive and successful 2014. Happy New Year to my dear friends and family all over the world!
What would it be like to live like a monk? Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Memorial Monastery in Kaohsiung offers this unique experience at its Weekend Temple Retreat.
If you’re a temple lover in Taiwan, one of the best places to visit is Lotus Pond in Kaogshiung, Southern Taiwan. It’s also known as Lotus Lake.
A photo collection of the places of worship around the world that we’ve traveled to over the last eight years of living abroad, including: Kota Kinabalu City Mosque, The Grotto of the Redemption…
The Kota Kinabalu City Mosque should be on your list of things to do in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. It’s a stunning example of Islamic modern architecture.
MSW interviews Rich Matheson, a cultural and editorial photographer in Taiwan who has been featured in publications such as CNN Traveler and Taiwan Fun.
Postcards from Penghu! Please vote for my entry in the 100 Fun Things to Do in Taiwan contest!