I believe that traveling needs to be hard sometimes. Another culture is like a different language: We need to interpret what others want to tell us and we need to learn the rules to apply them. How do I say “No” to food, for example?
Much has been written about the initial shocks and adjustments that comes with life in a different country. The bigger the difference from your home country – the bigger the…
I have been abroad for a while now.. Trying to push my limits a little further, I became quite confident in assuming that everything will be okay. The world has not let me down yet. But sometimes, I make my life harder than it needs to be.
Episode 5 of our podcast is a more critical travel discussion about India. Rather than “hate it or love it”, we hate and love it. But mostly, we love it.
What is it like to be at the biggest human festival on earth? Maybe it depends on the people you meet, maybe it depends on the purpose of your visit. One thing is the same for everyone, though: It is crowded. Like no other place on earth.
Being able to travel without a car is something a lot of people take for granted, and others can’t imagine. I have been fortunate enough to experience the ease of…
While there are many podcast out there, Anthropology and travel combined in a funny, cross-continental Podcast is both food for thought and good laughs
Gang Dogs rule the streets of India. They built up structures and territories sharing their place with humans, but not with other gangs. Their fights are without mercy and they happen every day. The Gang Dogs of India are sometimes a problem for humans, but mostly for their own species. A story about the loss of a companion.
Starting my next India journey in Puri, I wanted to capture nice photographs. It turned out to be harder than I thought. This is how it sometimes happens in photography.…
An article about the quite different art of meditation: Sitting on a crazy, loud, colourful, intergalactic Indian bus.