Over the past 2 years, I’ve no rights to complain. Although my family were not financially-thriving, I am very very lucky and blessed to be given so many opportunities and support from wonderful people around me (also a decent job etc…) – different positive factors that allowed me to leverage on and conditioned me to travel around different places (Myanmar, Singapore, Japan, Thailand, India) while volunteering and learning new stuffs that I never know beforehand.
Travelling does open up one’s mind. The more I travel without, the more I discover myself within. Now I know why Steve Jobs had to go to India before reforming Apple haha.
I actually learnt a new zen phrase today: 今日はどんな人に会えるかな? (Kyou wa don na hito ni aieru ka na)
What kind of people will I meet today?
When you travel, do you focus only getting to a destination? or the journey towards the destination? Are you eager to meet people of different personalities and backgrounds? Interesting travelers? Locals? and why do they do what they do, how do they do it, and what can we learn from them?
It’s been the third week since I came back from Ladakh and I still have a lot of nostalgia for it. As a self-professed travel blogger (stated on the side), I feel that although the pictures are all over my Facebook, there is a need for me to write a blog post about it.
A tribute to Ladakh
The land of 3Ms: Mountains. Monks. Monasteries & Mindblowing