SKYWATCH FROM MY BALCONY
Bahay Kubo or nipa hut is an icon of Filipino culture. "Bahay" means house in Filipino and "kubo" means cube. In Malaysia, these huts are popular around beaches and resorts.
Dinner — Buta No Kakuni— http://www.tofoodwithlove.com/2011/06/buta-no-kakuni-japanese-braised-pork.html
MALAYSIAN STREET FOOD
Think Malaysian paella! Essentially, it is just rice cooked in a claypot with ingredients like Chinese sausage, chicken/pork and/or salted fish, resulting in a crispy crust at the bottom.
FROM THE SHOEBOX — PHOTOS THAT RARELY SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY
Alps Ski Resort
Note the time on the clock.
2018— image credit Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters
Time stands still in this apocalyptic-like resort — image source AFP/Getty Images (2018)