I went through the posts of our recent trip to southeast Asia and realized all the image links had broken. I have fixed them all now, though there were some places where I couldn’t figure out what I had intended to feature in the spot where a photo once was. I also found a lot of images that I thought were interesting, and I remember intending to include them in a blog post somewhere, but somehow I didn’t get to it.
So, in no particular order, here are some of the “lost” photos from the trip:
This was from our first dinner in Singapore. Fried shrimp heads in chili sauce.
A strange toilet rating touch screen at the Changi Airport bathroom in Singapore. I did not rate the toilet, having just washed my hands.
Colorful shutters in Tanjong Pagar neighborhood, Singapore.
A refreshing koi pond found in Singapore.
Eggplant in Singapore!
Modern skyscrapers overlooking a humble hawker center in Singapore.
Feeling a bit claustrophobic in the urban canyons of Hong Kong.
Outside our breakfast spot one morning in Hong Kong. They use bamboo shoots to build scaffolding when doing construction work.
Funny cultural knick-knacks at a shop in Hong Kong near the Mid-Levels.
Bull iconography near the International Financial Centre.
Our first dinner in Hong Kong, at a hip Korean joint. No complaints here!
An old temple in the city in Taipei.
A power control switching board made of marble and iron in the water pump building in Taipei.
CKS’s mausoleum, a bleak place visited on a bleak day. He began construction before he died, clearly concerned about how he’d be venerated after he passed away.
A miniature koi pond out in front of a restaurant in Taipei.
Looking down Yongkang Street in Taipei.
An old residential building built during the Japanese administration, in Taipei.
Our streetside breakfast spot one morning in Taipei.
A children’s public school in Taipei, near Da’an Park.
Construction cranes and steel superstructures in Taipei.
Statues in Songshan Creative Park, Taipei.
A lonely soup dumpling on my plate in Taipei.