The Details of Bhutan – A Photo Essay

The Details of Bhutan – A Photo Essay

When visiting somewhere, especially a new place, it’s easy to get caught up in the ‘big scenes’, and forget about the small details that can really make a location unique. Bhutan is full of interesting and ornate details, and while no where near...
Punakha Dzong in Punakha, Bhutan

Punakha Dzong in Punakha, Bhutan

Chalk it up to poor planning… or me just not looking at my calendar… in any case, when I started my series on Bhutan last week I wasn’t thinking about this week being Easter! So, this is admittedly not an Easter photo / post! BUT, happy Easter...
Mount Jomolhari at Sunrise

Mount Jomolhari at Sunrise

This week’s post is a special one for a number of reasons. First, it’s the beginning of my series on Bhutan, which I’ve been looking forward to sharing for sometime. Second, and perhaps more relevant to the rest of this post, is the fact that...
The Tian Tan Buddha

The Tian Tan Buddha

I mentioned last week that Holly and I had decided to make a day out of visiting Hong Kong’s Lantau Island. It takes a while to get out there via public transportation (but fairly easy to do, thanks to this guide we found) and so we figured we might as well see...
Tai O Fishing Village

Tai O Fishing Village

If last week’s Quarry Bay Apartments, and high-density housing are on one end of Hong Kong’s spectrum, then the Tai O fishing village is on the other. While still cramped living, Tai O’s famous buildings and homes built on stilts feel a lifetime away...