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Blog April 15, 2020

FACES OF THE WORLD – TAKE IV


Bend after bend on a dirt road where on one side of the car the land dropped away at the roadside hundreds of meters and on the other side giant stone walls lay hidden in the fog. More curves and yet more, mountain passes, and then the drop-off and the stone walls switched sides. Twenty-three hours of this, always with

Blog April 11, 2020

FACES OF THE WORLD – TAKE III

Do you know that feeling of wanting to pass through the TV screen to live what you are watching?! I have it many times, especially when I see National Geographic Channel. I imagine myself walking in mountains, forests and valleys isolated from civilization, watching wild animals in their natural habitat, which is the only place

Blog April 5, 2020

FACES OF THE WORLD – TAKE II


I had no plans to visit Myanmar, but fortunately I soon realized that travel plans are not very interesting, and that the beautiful thing is often to do the opposite. So I had planned to go east but then ended up going west, to ancient Burma. This is without doubt the Southeast Asian country that I loved the most. I entered the

Blog March 31, 2020

FACES OF THE WORLD – TAKE I

After many hours full of curve after curve on a mini bus where I was the only foreigner, I arrived in a small Vietnamese village that borders China and is not far from Laos. I wanted a simple life, in a small village, without noise and historical monuments, where people lived their lives quietly without thinking about the world around

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