Category Archive: wordless wednesday

Wordless Wednesday #24: Banana Case, Anyone?

Bet you didn’t realize you needed one of these! Actually, I might need one—I took a banana in for lunch the other day, and it was a bit battered after the morning commute…… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday #23: Night Market, Taiwan

Just a few shots of one of Taiwan’s night markets, which are famous for food and shopping and fun. More on Taiwan coming soon. Happy Wednesday!

Wordless Wednesday #22: Honolulu from a Hotel Room

Apologies for the blogging hiatus! And welcome to all of the new readers who subscribed after I was lucky enough to have my post on Takayama featured on Freshly Pressed! I’ve been very… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday #21: Clocks

  From top to bottom: Minato Mirai Ferris Wheel (Yokohama, Japan); Asakusa (Tokyo, Japan); “Chariot of the Harvest,” Corcoran Gallery of the Art (Washington, DC); Hirata Folk Art Museum (Takayama, Japan); Citizen Clock… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday #20: Buddha is Watching You!

This photo was taken near the public computer at the Zenkoji Temple Inn in Takayama, Japan. This place is a Buddhist temple that also serves as a hostel—and evidently, it has a good… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday #19: Isetta, Berkeley

A short break from the China flashbacks for a more recent Berkeley flashback: While I was sitting in the original Peet’s Coffee in Berkeley last month, this cute little “bubble car” pulled up,… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday #18: Dumplings!

Continuing with the theme of food in China, I thought I’d use this week’s (relatively) Wordless Wednesday to showcase some of the dumplings we encountered. The first three photos feature the same set… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday #17: Back in Japan!

Wordless Wednesday #16: Tiger Bike, Berkeley

Isn’t this amazing? I spotted it in Berkeley just in front of Trattoria Corso (which has great pasta, by the way). I love the white belly. Happy Wednesday!

Wordless Wednesday #13: Heart-Resisting Glass

A delightful piece of Engrish on a tea pot I bought shortly before leaving Japan—I also love that it is made not only in but of Poland. Happy Wednesday!