When I first went to Thailand 4 years ago, my plan was to fly to Myanmar and get lost in Bagan with a bag full of money (that’s how my friends travelled around in 2010, being able to withdraw money only in Yangon). I read a lot about how dangerous and offline it was, and in the end did not have the guts to go alone. But you have been my dream, Myanmar, since then. And now, in 2017 my birthday present is a trip to Myanmar, finally. Continue reading “Hello Myanmar!”
You can find places to meditate all around Thailand, and in Burma you can even get a meditation visa. We went to one of these charming meditation places in Thailand, Wat Tam Wua and want to share our experience.
Lazy to go for a yoga class but need a good stretch? Thai massage is something you may like. They even call it “Thai yoga massage” in the west to attract customers.
In my first class of Thai massage about three years ago, I learnt that it can be considered yoga for lazy people. What the teacher actually meant is that you do not need to put much effort into it, but you get a good stretch just like in yoga. Continue reading “Yoga for lazy people”
About five years ago, I met a Ukrainian man in Cambodia who was cycling through the country drinking coconuts and eating fruit only. I had heard about raw vegan movement before, but that man was my first real encounter of this phenomenon. My friend Anna and I were really inspired by him, and we decided to try what it felt like. Our experiment lasted for a month. Continue reading “Raw Vegan for a month”
Have you ever been to a naked beach? A must try for everyone. Continue reading “Naked beach Koh Phangan”
Trying to understand how it feels to sense the world without eyes.
What does it feel like to be blind? On a quest to understand blind people and to explore my sensations, I decided to go blind for a day. Continue reading “One day of blindness”
How I lasted for a year of no shampoo and why I would like to continue
I spent the past year attending a lot of meditation retreats for work, and as you may know, they do not require you to look good, but rather not get attached to your appearance. And so, when one of the retreats in December began I decided to experiment with my hair, baking soda and apple cider vinegar. Continue reading “No shampoo for one year”