While the main aim of this trip is to visit and work on ecological communities (at least for me), we also have the chance to experience and learn about the life in a tiny house on wheels. Slowly, through experience and advice from fellow travellers, we’re finding our way.
Travelling with Sunny is a whole new experience: in less than 10 minutes you can transform her into the room you want and she can be parked in an area that looks like the garden of your choice. What more do you need?
Good planning and weighing the pros and cons of different options can help us make the right decision, as long as it doesn’t get in the way of actually taking action.
Social media is great for staying in touch with people we don’t see so often, but it’ll never replace meeting up in real life.
After all the excess and commercialism in and around temples in south east Asia, it was very special to meet someone who had a different approach to Buddhism.
It’s great to live in a country with great weather all year round, but it’s very special to be able to celebrate brighter days.
Should we really try and do all that is possible at all cost? Or can less also be enough?
When travelling it can be difficult to make new friends. When you do, the experience often marks the memories of a place.
Sometimes you only realise the meaning or importance of something just before you lose it. Just before it ends.
Expats have a very different experience to digital nomads visiting a country. A place that is paradise for two weeks or a month becomes frustrating and ordinary.