1. Thank You so much for making me re-live such beautiful travel memories.
    I was there in 2003 and so many things have changed for the country since then (I can’t believe your pictures of Yangon!) but one things remain : To this day, I think I have never met nicer people. My emotions thinking about them are still intense.
    Also, I just gave your blog link to a friend leaving for South India soon and seeking for spiritual & ayurvedic places, I’m sure she will find a lot of information in your posts (she also wants to stay in Auroville for a while). She says thank you too ! 😉

    1. Yay! Glad I could help bring back some good memories for you Nadine! And that your friend can get some tips from my posts. That’s what is all about…sharing stories and helping travelers. Hope life is treating you well my friend!

    1. Thanks Ewita! You are too kind! I have not considered journalism but it has crossed my mind that it would be fun to write articles for travel magazines… I will have to look into that possibility. I want to take a course in creative writing and get better with my photography too. Thanks for reading! 🙂

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