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29 August 2015 - 'Bitter Honeydew' prize-winning photographs of Ukraine's night-time roadside stalls

Ukranian photographer Kirill Golovchenko with his project ‘Bitter Honeydew’ won the  European Publishers Award for Photography (EPAP) in 2014. The EPAP website describes these atmospheric photographs of night-time roadside stalls in Ukraine as follows: 135 more words

Roadside Stalls

Temple Madness - Siem Reap, Cambodia

Temple Madness – Siem Reap, Cambodia

– 5 days –

We spent a total of five days in Siem Reap, Cambodia, with the majority of this time spent taking in the ancient temples of Angkor. 295 more words

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Surviving Typhoons, Cheeseburger Cheetos, and Cute Children

Last weekend I got to experience something as much a part of Taiwanese culture as beef noodles and couples t-shirts: a typhoon. Being from Maryland, a decidedly typhoon-free state, I was pretty nervous when Fonda very casually mentioned we would get hit with the biggest typhoon of the year. 728 more words


Why following the crowd is sometimes really the worst idea

Two nights ago I felt something I haven’t experienced since embarking on my eat-pray-love trip (which has otherwise been awesome) three weeks ago: self-hate. Why? I’d caved and checked out a couple of highly raved about places in town that I decidedly did not enjoy (more on that later). 1,636 more words

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Behind the Stove

10 Aug 2015: Behind the Stove
Night markets are a regular entertainment for Taiwanese, and the biggest in Taipei is the famous Shihlin Night Market. Here a hawker stirs his brothed vermicelli in the hot summer night.


Sleepless in Taiwan pt 2: Rui Feng Night Market

This post is pretty short, but there was no way I was going to create a 900 word post full of pictures, so here’s the last bit of that first (long) day.  460 more words


The best foods we ate in Taiwan.

I love to eat. A LOT.

So does my friend JY who went to Taiwan together with me (she is slightly taller than me but only half my width which goes to show that the world can be very unfair, but let’s ignore that fact for the purpose of this post). 1,210 more words