Sunday, March 23, 2014

Beware your Pocket

Don't worry, I've figured out where my previous company did their accounting - mystery solved! Check out Barry's ergonomically challenged picture-taking in the reflection.
In other news, it seems that Hello Kitty is looking to buy our condo! Lotsher.
Sometimes at the $2 T-shirt store, we get 300 Euro designer shirts mixed up with Engrish.
Other times there is no mistaking the poetry plain.
Engrish interrogations start here.
Engrish sports.
Oups, another designer one. Engrish and fashion lines blur!
Apparently Peter and his denim hang out in Indonesia, while in Bangkok, below, you need to beware your pocket!
Finally - remember to consider the your brand name before translating it to English. It might need adjustment.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Silent Hs

And upstream again. We worried about these Mekong river ships' sinkiness.
At the temple, we could wish for non ship sinking.
You can buy freedom for a sad-looking bird. This seems like a vicious cycle, sadly.
These Chinese New Year revellers had more prayer papers to burn than could fit in the burny furnace.
If you look carefully into the door below, you can see deities.
Here, Barry poses with pear-shaped lions.
This picture is less posed, and demonstrates Barry's not fully developed sense of humour.
In Phnom Penh, we went to the mall with the country's first escalator, where we saw people riding escalators for the first time in their lives. While this can't reasonably be photographed, it made for an amazing site.
Not amazing enough to stay and get a job, however.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Cockles, Butts, and Amok

Let's start with foot chicken. This is one of many things you can get in Phnom Penh. Also bigger butt inserts, shown below.
More natural ways to increase your booty is through grilled street squid.
Or river fish with sauce baggies.
Or cockles. I suspect the digestive risks with eating cockles may be higher.
In any case, there was a lot going on in the street.
Which we watched from above, while eating chicken amok.
While watching the sunset.