travelling to the crossroads
When I knew I could go home
So you can tell your friends and have them punch you.
Walking during the summer can be simple.
Thats right… Dry bags!
Often forgotten about, or not owned at all.
Never did I think I’d find a backpack so comfortable (without too much adjustment), so quickly… Please put your hands together for the…
It gives you a chance to explore yourself
A brief analysis of the number one institution in China
My experience of Vipassana Meditation Course in Java
The constant search of home and an open letter to a friend.
We only arrived in Singapore but were lucky enough to come across Mei Heong Yuen Dessert Shop in Chinatown at the very first night.
Montana’s Ski Areas Beckon
Two entirely different ways of life are crashing into each other in Morocco’s former international city. Sometimes the crash is beautiful.
Best for those of dubious moral character.
Okay, a little over two years and whole lot more than beer — but this is a little goodbye note to Panama.
a trip to Paris
One of the first things I noticed in Bali were little offerings to the spirits, made by hand with incredible artistry from natural…
A Canadian expat’s letter to her new country
pros and cons of living from your rucksack
Originally published in The Atlantic, issue #2140, October 19th, 2059
or the realization that being able to relativize one’s own views is what makes all the difference
I have written a lot on my blog lately http://crackingtheoyster.com/
A world of its own
Luckily our arrival to Bali coincided with Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference (APEC 2013).
(There is no boycotting politics)
Next level #Euromaidan
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