India, an aftertaste of conformity

We weren’t ready. A few minutes after leaving the airport, at the first red light, the taxi driver shouted at us, worried, and told us to roll up the windows.…


The power of spontaneity

The bus from Ho Chi Minh took around 6 hours, seems to have come straight out of the seventies and doesn’t have air conditioning. Once I got to the…


Koh Rong, opposing views on paradise lost

A few years ago there was no electricity. And when electricity arrived, it could only be used a few certain hours per day. Now there’s wifi, a couple of fast…


Hong Kong and the capitalist extravaganza

Hong Kong has the same population as my region –or country, since it’s Catalonia and probably you all know a bit about that… That is 7,5 million and a huge…


RTWhat? The Southeast Asian perspective

Round The World, or RTW, is shortspeak for travelling long distances across multiple countries, circumnavigating the globe, over long periods of time.…


Malaysia, the hidden gem in Asia

When I bought my plane ticket to Malaysia it wasn’t really in my plans. It was a sweet surprise, because I leave the country after two weeks of amazing…


Postcards from Thailand – Grief and hustle

King Bhumibol Adulyadej died in October 2016 after governing Thailand during seven decades. The icon of Thai’s royalty is the Grand Palace. Every king has…