Love at first sight Continue reading “My first day in Tajikistan”
What can be better than freedom?
To wear a dress you like
The sun melting you into a field of pink flowers
To wear a confident smile
and laugh and swing all day long, like a child
To spin yourself into losing your sense of direction
To kiss the man you like
To get lost in time
surrendering to your thoughts and being completely in charge
Enjoying each wave, each emotion, each beam of light.
What can be more than freedom?
I was leaving Bangkok, or so to say, the suburb of Bangkok to move to Chiangmai. I bought my ticket that would stop in Rangsit station of Pathum Thani province at 22.57 for just one minute, enough for me to jump on the train. Continue reading “700 km in 13 hours. Bangkok to Chiangmai by train”
“Any strange action can be justified if you are a foreigner”
Have you ever felt an urge of touching the nose of someone riding on the bus with you? Or screaming in the street or skipping all the way to work?
Any strange action can be justified if you are a foreigner, you just ‘come from a different culture’ and that’s ok. Continue reading “The Freedom of being a foreigner”
Why it feels good to just shave your head one day without a reason and how nice it feels being bald
Is there anything you have always wanted but somehow never dared to do? For me it was shaving my head and I am happy to share how amazing it felt! Just be bold to be bald! Continue reading “No hair don’t care”
About my trip to India to study ashtanga yoga, where I found amazing friends and an Indian family, was happy all the time, discovered the best food in the world, and got a kick in the ass to continue my self-development. Part 4
The month I spent in India was indeed magical. For the first time not running anywhere, not rushing to see everything possible, just living it, breathing it and practicing. Continue reading “Mysore for lazy people – Life is a daring adventure or nothing at all (Part 4)”
About my trip to India to study ashtanga yoga, where I found amazing friends and an Indian family, was happy all the time, discovered the best food in the world, and got a kick in the ass to continue my self-development. Part 3
The first place for Tibetan refugee camp in South India, Bylakuppe is a tiny little town, populated by Tibetans and full of temples and monks. In fact, you can find the temples that belong to four branches of Tibetan buddhism, so basically Tibetan buddhism all in one place for someone who wants to learn about it or worship. Continue reading “Bylakuppe Tibetan village in South India – Life is a daring adventure or nothing at all (Part 3)”