There is something exciting at every corner in Taipei! Something new, something cool, something you may want to try or something you may want to keep distance from it.
Get lost at night wandering through night markets, snake alleys and massage parlours. Try a snake soup or enjoy a dinner in a toilet! 8 strange and cool Taipei experiences.
“What I love most about this crazy life is the adventure of it.” – Juliette Binoche
One camera. One city. And if the city is Taipei, then you are a lucky photographer. Seven days in Taipei and 1,600 photos!
Each photo tells a story, each photo has an emotion attached to it. But how can you select the best photos without the emotions getting into the way? The American street photographer Garry Winogrand would even wait one year before judging his images.
Falling in love with Taipei and its people is easy. Enjoy a glimpse of Taipei in 24 images. Read More
This is a continuation of my previous post “Tibet: Om Mani Padme Hum“.
There are actually two Everest Base Camps on the opposite sides of Mount Everest: the South Base Camp in Nepal and the North Base Camp in Tibet.
Follow the journey to the North Base Camp in 21 photos. Read More
Time to revamp an older post: the 2010 Tibet adventure. More photos and stories added.
Tibet was a tough trip. With only 60% to 70% available oxygen at these high altitudes, especially the nights were more like a nightmare. Four hours sleep and the rest of the night struggling to find oxygen. The Tibetan high altitude pills didn’t help too much. The highest point reached was at 5, 248 m.
Welcome to Koh Lipe island, in the Andaman Sea, Thailand!
White sandy beaches and turquoise blue waters are an invitation for exploring and relaxing.
Take a photographic tour of this beautiful small island once inhabited by sea gypsies. Read More
“There will always be a reason why you meet people. Either you need them to change your life or you’re the one that will change theirs.” – Madeline Sheehan
Borrowing the title from ufology, “Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind” involves direct communication between aliens and humans.
And here are the stories of the “aliens” I met during my trips, strange encounters with wandering souls. Read More
In a previous life, perhaps I was living in Asia since the connection to this continent is so strong.
Each country brings memories of adventure, love, discovery…
In Cambodia is Angkor Wat – trully impressive, a masterpiece of the past.
The temples replicate the spatial universe in miniature. The one I like the most, the Bayon, has 54 Gothic towers decorated with 216 enormous faces.
Parts of the old ruins are “hugged” by big tree roots that give the unique charm to the Angkor temples.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Angkor Wat temples through the power of images and inspirational travel quotes. Read More
“There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.” – Ansel Adams
Another hidden area of Bangkok, another photo walk away from the tourist path.
Soi Phumchit comprises from a series of dead ends with old houses and small shops. Getting lost in the area is the best way to discover interesting photographic subjects. The timing coincided with the Chinese New Year celebration.
By Xue Feng
This time my adventure takes place in Daisen, a small town located along the west coast of Japan. Daisen is also the name of the local mountain, elevated at 1700 meters. Having a giant mountain be so close to the Sea of Japan is a rare topographical trait that makes this area so unique.
To enjoy the beauty of the sea and to appreciate nature’s gift, my friend Yabu-chan invited me to go on a fishing trip with local fisherman Mr.Takami. Read More
What can go wrong when crossing the border overland between Thailand and Cambodia? Follow our Cambodia adventure and find out!
“There is no certainty; there is only adventure.” – Roberto Assagioli