ODD SPOTS DID I REALLY SEE THAT? WTF moments from across the globe. Somethings just don’t make sense. I thought India would be better represented here, but again, gold, gold, gold to Japan. Not sure what was attempted here, Tokyo cosplayer.In one of Iran's holiest cities, Mashhad.Over the top glitter in Yazd, Iran.Iranian stamps depict the takeover of US Embassy.The perfect keepsake, a frisbee to remember your favourite 5th century stylite.As you do. Tokyo, Japan.In a market in Syria....yes, that Syria.Sign for a club, I guess a sailor-boy club, in Tokyo.A billboard for a Tokyo host club. These effiminate men have women throwing money at them for their company. Go figure.The pirate looks meets.....something. You guessed it- Tokyo, Japan.Has anybody seen their sheep?It's hard to pull of a tough face when you are playing dress-ups. Tokyo.Every step was a pain, on a short walk in Namibia. In this episode of Man v Africa, I lost.Wildebeest gather in millions to risk the Mara river crossing. These two stood and gathered the courage up. One crossed. His mate turned and left! For 3 days, that was our one crossing.Personally, I'd probably take aim at the bear first. Kazakhstan outdoor shop.Greek menu.Ethiopia's Gondar Castle is a popular wedding spot. Come in your best cowboy hat, white suit and snake skin back cover.Stalkers satisfies. Tajikistan.Tajikistan.Seriously ugly light shade covers in the market, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.Miners' Museum in the underground opal mining town of Coober Pedy, South Australia. Housed in a genuine miners' cottage, this child's bedroom scared the shit out of me.Is that for man-sex? Or for men for sex? Malawi.Uzbekistan's Samarkand is blessed with one of the world's most spectacular squares, bordered by three glittering jewels of architecture. So why deface them every night with fairy lights?The strange but traditional way of paying the wedding singer in Tajik culture.O-kay....(Thailand).Give to me English lesson, Thailand.Manga characters are big in Taiwan: on buses, in hotel, and bursting out of walls in Tainan.Animal characters are commonly used in advertising in Taiwan. Why not have a duck's bill on a loaf of bread?The pair look was disturbingly common in Taiwan. We even saw families in paired pair look attire.Taiwan. What the absolute.....You can only be as good as your T-shirt, Taiwan.Taiwan again.Very appropriate attire for a pre-school teacher in Taiwan.More creative English clothing from Taiwan.Occupation era anti-Japanese poster in Taiwan. Not in itself so strange, but as a decoration for a hotel room?Odd passenger on a Taiwanese train. Surprisingly common actually.Taiwan has some stunning mountain views, but they wouldn't be the same without sky-diving chipmunk characters to really complete the picture.