Tag Archives: dim sum

Rolling Elsewhere: Ramble to Nowhere, Thailand

Rolling some/elsewhere in Thailand at some point in time by tuk tuk and taxi, plus a spin around the train station in Phitsanulok. Nothing happens whatsoever, just looking out at everyday in a very normal place on a regular day…

Rolling Elsewhere: West Coast by train and seaplane

Rolling from Jack London Square in Oakland, California through the night on Amtrak, look out at Portland, hop off Centralia, then from Provo to SLC on Watsatch Frontrunner train with a bit of poetry… then flying by Harbour Air seaplane from Victoria to Vancouver.

No narration or action, just ambient drifting.

Rolling Elsewhere: Trains, planes and goats in Japan

Riding and visiting various trains around Okayama, Tottori and Shimane Japan, plus saying hello to some goats, and watching a plane take off at Kansai airport.

Rolling Elsewhere: Japan, Riding various trains

Looking out the window while riding various trains around Japan, digging the scenery of cities, countryside and stations. Nothing fancy, just rolling, as-it-is.

A Circumnavigation of Sorts – Postcard #79 by video

Float to Istanbul, Muscat and elsewhere, and check in with Cleopatra, Shakespeare, Francis Drake, Shah of Persia, Adam, Cain, Abel, Lawrence, Ataturk, Czars Nicholas and Alexander, Matt Harding, Russia oligarchs, well-fed stray cats, unidentified shortwave broadcasts, Abraham, Norman, Matt Harding, rowers, drummers, a blonde dog and you and me… finding the edges of the globe.

Audio-only version of “Postcards from Gravelly Beach” also available in all usual podcast locations.

Ceremony Procession in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

A wee snippet from a coffee shop balcony of a ceremonial parade in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. The island residents mostly practice a mix of Hinduism and Buddhism (most of the rest of Indonesia is predominantly Muslim) and there are frequent ceremonies, constant offerings, and shrines, temples and the like most everywhere. https://youtu.be/rHArX6fAE5w

Surfing Santa and Dragons on False Creek, Christmastime


Whilst riding a harbour ferry in Vancouver’s False Creek around Christmas-time, a stand-up paddle board Santa and various Dragonboats and other small craft are spotted and duly documented, probably 2006-8.

Vancouver Chinatown Ramble: Tea, Herb and Dim Sum

A montage of clips from a day out in Vancouver’s Chinatown. Activities include: tea sampling; discussing steeping times; examining unidentified dried food items; purchasing a new rice cooker and finishing up with Dim Sum feast at Floata.https://youtu.be/U6O2z8h_678