Phnom Penh, Cambodia
A fan of: music in the air, the sound of traffic, art on the streets, parks, creative folks, stationery, coffee, IPA, carnita tacos, hand-written letters, twitter haiku, rock 'n' roll and chocolate
1,312 words in 12 moments in 4 cities since August 1st, 2013
Bangkok — These are paper cut-outs designed by Naoto Terada, come flat and ready to be snipped out of the frame and assembled by simple folding bits here and there. Nifty aren’t they? There were at least two do...
Bangkok — Some care about their pizzas. Some look for the ultimate spa. Somehow, ours (me, my wife, and our five-year-old) came to be coffee shops. It’s where we hang out, grab some espresso and quiet moments. ...
Lalitpur — People are with their families, celebrating their new year and the return of light the new year brings after the darkness of the winter (I think. There are other deity-related stories around this fest...
A crowd forms around a future dominater of Uno championship games.
A few days before Pchum Ben, a quiet afternoon at a local temple.
Between the familiar and the interesting (and therefore, scary) is the tension called life, a circular loop of never-ending story.
Making and doing need not a perfect moment, but some things do make things easier.
There are these eyes everywhere. Looking on, acknowledging you, without malice or judgement.
It's Tihar outside. Candles and strung LED lights decorate the doorways and windowsills. Sporadic noises from firecrackers, children, drums, bells and dogs pepper the night.
Went on a long walk in the neighborhood with my 5yo. 2 hours through loud, crowded streets, destination unknown. Proud of his stamina & tolerance.
Birthday celebration, Hindu style.
Caught in the monsoon rain. How will our clothes dry?
Lotus Temple, or Baha'i House of Worship in the mid-morning sunlight. White marble walls simmer in the heat and humidity.
Look! A tiny Bangkok in the middle of the big city. By Terada Mokei @ Thailand Creative and Design Center (http://www.tcdc.or.th/).
Whever we land, we always start with finding a coffee shop nearby. This has been our favorite here: Espresso Factory.