Let’s people watch

In my very humble opinion, one of the best parts of travel is being able to people watch. My travel mates and I usually made a point to stop whatever we were doing on a certain day, no matter where we were, to stop and watch the people (we found we were able to best observe in coffee shops along busy streets). It was amazing to see how people from around the world interact. A shrug in one culture can mean a paragraph worth of words in another. I enjoyed capturing photos of the strangers I encountered along the way.

Hong Kong

Avenue of the Stars, Hong Kong


Near the Eiffel Tower, Paris, France

Jeju Island, South Korea

Jeju Island, South Korea

Jeju Island, South Korea


Rome, Italy

Hanoi, Vietnam

Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 


4 thoughts on “Let’s people watch

  1. I love stopping by a cafe with a glass of fresh sugarcane juice, just people watching. It’s a great way to just observe everyday life. Glad I’m not the only one who does it!

    1. That sounds amazing. You’re right, there’s no better way to observe people in a particular culture than to sit back and watch them interact with other people. It’s a wonderful experience. Keep enjoying!

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