Tag Archives: Saipan
bilocation: Bilocation, or sometimes multilocation, is a term used to describe the ability/instances in which an individual or object is said to be, or appears to be, located in two distinct places at the same instant in time. With that said, if you, … Continue reading
I get that question quite often from many people who discover SaipanLiving.com website, and are interested in visiting or relocating. So, today, as public service to the world, I shall answer it based on my own lifestyle. Today is Saturday. … Continue reading
Here are some recent happenings with two of my books: Chicken Feathers and Garlic Skin: Diary of a Chinese Garment Factory Girl on Saipan (which I co-authored with Chinese national, Chun Yu Wang), is being used as a suggested … Continue reading
Random, gratuitous Saipan landscape scene intended to evoke envy and longing among my friends, family and blog followers.
No need to thank me. It’s the least I can do. Taken Sunday, July 24, 2011. Click for larger version “All right, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up.”
f you run away to a tropical island to escape the rat race,beware, the rats can’t be too far behind! Continue reading
I live a simple, natural life. Nothing fancy. Nothing extravagant. But, I have my freedom. That’s always been the most important thing for me. So, the question I’ve been asked is: with all that freedom, what do I do here … Continue reading
Last Sunday, June 12, marked the final day of Saipan’s annual Flame Tree Festival–now in its thirtieth year! Each year, artists, sculptors, and artisans of all stripes come to sell their wares to an appreciative public. There are also food … Continue reading
In case you missed the story of how my nomadpreneur adventures started, the “Walt’s Escape from America….to Saipan” site has been updated for easier navigation! Click on the banner below to check it out
With a title like that, I’m sure you expected a lengthy article. However, this is just a quick observation. First of all, if you’re not aware, Saipan is a tourist island. Traditionally, visitors from its closest international neighbor–Japan–comprised the majority … Continue reading
Just between you and me, everything’s probably made in China….but this is where I purchased them. Nothing over $10US! What’s that? No, I prefer the word “frugal!” Underwear? What underwear?