There's something peaceful about the desert, a place that appears so timeless, but is constantly reforming itself. Perhaps it is this sense of disquiet continuity that draws humans into this inhospitable landscape, and which has featured so prominently in the work of travel writers such as Sanmao（三毛）.
Where the maritime silk road ended, adventure begins...
When someone sneezes in Vietnam, you respond with "cơm muối", or "rice and salt", because ultimately, that's all you need for a good life.
Can travel teach us to be more self-aware, and confident in our own decisions, even in the Age of Social Media and FOMO?
Cát Bà island, a natural wonder and man-made dichotomy. Is it possible to still find secret places in such a rapidly developing space?
Never mind the London Eye, I've got my eye on London...
"Man learns little from success, but much from failure"
I've failed several times to start this blog, considering the fact that it's been on my mind for months.