Unbearable Pain: Cambodia’s Suffering Under The Khmer Rouge

This will be very hard to watch, but I do think that everybody needs to see this. Maybe you’re in a similar place that I was in, prior to arriving in Cambodia. I knew that the country had a horrible recent history with genocide and lots of suffering, but I was far from knowing specifics. … More Unbearable Pain: Cambodia’s Suffering Under The Khmer Rouge

Hiking Fansipan, Lesson for Life – What Vietnam’s Highest Mountain taught us

I’ve always been in love with nature and hiking. I’ve done it since, I can remember. Hiking is like a metaphor for so many things and challenges we struggle with in our life, like goals, persistence, encountering challenges, and, most importantly, friendship. All of these, we encountered on our hike up Mount Fansipan, the highest … More Hiking Fansipan, Lesson for Life – What Vietnam’s Highest Mountain taught us

Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon – The Capital Of Vietnam From Different Angles

For a wonderful month in Vietnam I now was based in Ho Chi Minh City or, how I prefer to call it, Saigon. And the city surely has left its marks! It is impossible to look at it from only one angle, so I took a shot at looking at it from different ones, covering the … More Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon – The Capital Of Vietnam From Different Angles

Thoughts on the New Wealthy – how the nomad lifestyle changes your perspective on materialistic values

Stuff. It is everywhere! In the recent process of getting ready for living in different places around the world with no single home address, this has become very obvious to me again. Be it your attachment to certain possessions and a constantly growing expectation level of luxury and comfort, be it the sheer amount of … More Thoughts on the New Wealthy – how the nomad lifestyle changes your perspective on materialistic values