I’m on the road again! This time, in northern Thailand, where I spent a few days in a Lahu village (a hill tribe village) near Chiang Mai. Try to imagine it: stilt houses made of wood and bamboo, beautiful lush green mountains, chickens and pigs around the streets, an interesting culture and friendly people. How is it to live there?
It is strange thinking about going back to my hometown Barcelona, because I am not only going back after 11 months of long term travel, I am going back after 11 years living abroad.
How is it to live in an off the beaten path small town in northern Patagonia? Dealing with the weather and using a wood burning stove to heat a house, these is how I spent two weeks in Coyhaique, in the Chilean Patagonia.
Sometimes I believe things come at the right moment. One year ago I would not have thought of volunteering in a school, but when the opportunity came to teach in a rural school in Malaysia, I looked forward to the experience.
At first sight, Luang Prabang (Laos) is just another touristic town. However, as you get to know it, as you go deep inside, layer by layer… not only is a beautiful town but also very interesting, historical and cultural, a very special place.