What’s on TV?

How did you get into coffee?

This photo below from Korea reminds me of when I first started to drink coffee. It was a long cold winter there, and I was staying in a place that was over a garage. South Korea in the winter is cold. Super-cold! And this place I was staying never got warm…

In the mornings, I wanted something warm to drink other than tea or hot chocolate. I hated coffee. Super-hated it! So I decided to do an experiment on myself and see if I could take something I hated and turn it into something that I loved. The rational side of my brain knew I was surrounded by perfectly rational people that liked coffee, so the problem must have been with me. Anyway, the experiment worked and now I love coffee.

If you like coffee, how did you get into it?

Daily Photo – What’s on TV

Every Asian megalopolis (like Seoul here) has neo-modern buildings with neo-industrial modern art. They are great subjects for photography, and security never seems to have a problem with tripods. I never see anyone inside taking photos, because these are mostly filled with businessmen. But, if you’re out on the street, you owe it to yourself just to pop into random office buildings to check out the lobbies – you never know what you will find!

What's on TVEvery Asian megalopolis (like Seoul here) has neo-modern buildings with neo-industrial modern art.  They are great subjects for photography, and security never seems to have a problem with tripods.  I never see anyone inside taking photos, because these are mostly filled with businessmen.  But, if you're out on the street, you owe it to yourself just to pop into random office buildings to check out the lobbies - you never know what you will find!- Trey RatcliffRead more here at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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