Photos by John Klein
It took me some time, but I finally got around to looking at all John’s photos and choosing some interesting examples of what a visitor might find interesting. So, here we go!
The first shot was taken at Xiao-hui’s. That’s her on the right. Look at all the dishes!
Your’s Truly at the mic.
The Hukou night market. John found the ring toss fascinating because no one seemed to notice that everything is tilted backward.
A contact-paper “brick” pizza oven at a night market.
Many of these photos I am unable to comment on!
Multiple tile color schemes.
Like most visitors, John found the betel-nut girl thing interesting.
Going down the conveyor in Costco. They sure aren’t like this in the USA.
Restrooms are often interesting to visitors.
As are often the signs for the restroom.
Japanese-era building in Hsinchu.
John found the English names of places, fascinating.
Cute girl at the Ikki grill. I mean, who wouldn’t photograph her!
Liquor offerings at 7-11. Nothing like this in the USA.
For some reason, we couldn’t stop laughing at this sign.
I took this photo from a car, on my first visit to Taiwan….
And John took this photo from a car, on his first visit to Taiwan.
Temples of course, are always interesting to first-time visitors.
The Dream Mall near HC’s parents home in Kaohsiung.
More Dream Mall shots.
Photo by MJ Klein John’s first bubble tea.
Taxi’s look different in Taiwan.
And so does KFC.
John managed to find interesting stuff pretty much wherever we went.
Our family name is “Klein.”
The scofflaw bus drivers were a source of amazement.
Aboriginal girls singing.
They have these machines in the USA but they don’t look the same.
More 7-11 fare, including more liquor.
The Taiwanese “fashion” of wearing glasses with no glass in them.
Of course, Taiwanese television would be on this list.
Burger King in shopping mall underground in Taipei.
John took up our habit of photographing our meals.
Legroom on the THSR.
Just like an airline seat.
John photographed the inside of a tacky restaurant.
One of Taiwan’s famous tea shop cup sealing machines.
The nearly-porno anime characters imported from Japan.
Some guy selling a bundle of live crabs across the street from the Hukou market.
Sidewalks are not for walking.
John was pretty sure that this wasn’t actually Harvard.
Reminders of Taiwan’s military past.
A low-altitude tea grove on a nearby small mountain.
Thanks for reading. We hoped you’ve enjoyed John’s Taiwan photos.