From Bullfighting in Medellin Sorry about the quality of this picture. This was early on my trip and I really had no idea how to work my camera. On this one, the bullfight was inside at night with poor lighting and that’s why it looks so off. In another fit […]
One of the fascinating things on the road is how products that we are used to from back home are slightly different around the world. Potato chips being a good example. Back in the U.S., we’ve got our regular chips, BBQ flavor, sour cream and onion flavored, and a few others. It is one of the few things in the food area where I have seen more variety outside the U.S. than inside.
photos from Sudan
Walking down the beach with my little point-and-shoot and ran into these kids. Asked if I could take their picture. I just figured they’d stand there nicely and smile. As I pulled my camera out of my pocket, they started dancing. It was really cute. And I think the pic […]
Photos from Angkor Wat, including Bayon and Pre Rup temples
In Hoi An, Vietnam there is a restaurant written up in all of the guidebooks I have seen called Café des Amis. It’s run by a Vietnamese owner/chef named Mr. Kim, who by his own proclamation has “the best food in Hoi An.” There is no menu. You have a […]
From Boat in Norway for those not on Facebook, one of my recent pics. You can follow the link to my picasweb photo page. trying to upload photos and video from Mongolia, China and Vietnam, but with computer screw-ups currently, it’s proving difficult. Thanks for your patience. Michael
Sorry its been so long between me writing here. Having my computer going on the fritz has set me back, especially with pictures. The damn thing works one day and then not for two days. And back and forth. In any case, here are some various notes from some of […]