Lara and I have been back in the States for a while but we still have millions of photos to share!
It’s just that every time I go to update, I get INSANE WITHDRAWALS about living abroad.
I’m workin’ on it.
‘Til then, you can check out my other blog projects that don’t cause me to go into miss-Taiwan-so-much-seizures:
Designs that go above and beyond innovation.
Photos of amazing places in the world I have been or I will someday find a way to go to.
Being half-Korean, half-White in the U.S. and related issues.
As always, thank you~!
Dadaocheng Wharf 大稻程碼頭.
Looking over the river at Sanchong, New Taipei City 新北市三重區 during sunset.
Selections from an ice cream shop in downtown Taipei with over 70 flavors, including (but, definitely not limited to): “pork floss” 肉鬆, curry chicken 咖哩雞肉, taro 芋頭, and honey 蜂蜜. Both frightening and amazing.
Taiwan has some pretty cool rocks. These rock formations can be found near the coast, particularly in the Northeastern regions. Yehliu Geopark.
Chinese New Years Street 年貨大街, a market that comes alive only once a year during the Chinese New Year holiday, lined with vendors selling essential holiday goods and snacks.
A very cool stone slab broken and carved by the ocean into little squares resembling tofu. Yehliu Geopark.
LOOK OUT THERE ARE SHARK PEOPLE IN TAIPEI!!!
And they are really good at promoting their goods in a night market.