Spent the entire day on board the ship.
Loved the whatchamacallit mini golf or croquet thing.
Good to know we were safe.
The kids loved this.
Pool deck as psychedelic space.
Rise and shine!
Wifey thought Eslite Bookstore at Taipei was the only place to go to, which I agreed.
What a place! It’s full of book lovers.
My kind of people.
This is what I do on a boring commute.
MRT and TRA back to Keelung.
Headed for the night market.
Are we hungry yet?
Check it out!
That’s the Keelung night market.
Loads of street food.
Street food, street hawkers, street photography.
There’s even a slice of Singapore/Malaysia/Indonesia!
I succumbed only to stinky tofu.
Back to the ship.
For a quiet beer.
Hiking with folks from my church, ECC HK.
Here. No, here.
What a view. Think about those property prices…
Are we lost?
Nope – we know where we are.
Here we go.
Can’t go wrong from here.
Went on a boat trip from Sai Kung to an outlying island.
The famous Chung Kee Noodles in an alleyway.
Checked out various boat trips on offer.
Looked at the fresh seafood for sale.
An old lady approached us and quoted $250 for a trip and off we went.
It’s a salt mine village.
There were many abandoned village houses.
Then we saw this.
There’s a history here waiting to be figured out.
Nice little courtyard.
Kids everywhere are the same.
Here kitty kitty.
Just for contrast here.
There’re busy scenes.
People are at work.
You could find quiet moments as well.
Sharing time together.
Or simply by yourself.
You could frame and reframe a moment.
Until you disappear and everything is just right.