Enjoy this short video of short time-lapse photography I took throughout 2016!
14 days, 5 cities in 4 countries*, 7 flights, and a whole lot of mind-expanding fun. Opportunities are things that come and go, and part of life is saying yes to the right ones. When my buddy Bruce probed if I was interested in a trip like this half a year ago, I said of … Continue reading East Asia 2017, Ep. 1: “Intro”
My first impressions of local Cubans are that they are subtly unique. Middle-aged and older men look distinct and weathered--almost as if gently sun-dried. Younger men are visibly "macho"--often with their lean bodies a little exposed at the chest and/or arms...
Day 8: Today I woke in Delhi, had dosa for breakfast and my cousin took me to the airport. I observed some impressive highways along the way (having seen roads in Uttar Pradesh gives me a disproportionate appreciation for decent infrastructure). My airport experience was non-remarkable if not average, and I arrived in Mumbai easily … Continue reading India 2016, Ep. 4: “Modern Mumbai”
Day 6: Arrived in Agra today, saw Fatehpur Sikri, then the Agra Fort from the outside (chose to skip going in since I've seen so many forts in the last few days), and finally the main course: Taj Mahal. It is grand, the compound is large, there are the two smaller yet huge Mahals on … Continue reading India 2016, Ep. 3: “Antsy Agra”