Breakfast Curry in Bangkok

Later that day, I had a fantastic Duck Thai red curry with basil and pineapple for lunch that hit the spot and made it official: I’d become a Thai Red Curry addict.

The Paths Where Elephants Walk

After a four hour car drive south-west of Luang Prabang, a boat took me further away from civilization, and as I disembarked from the boat, I felt like I was entering a world within the world, surrounded all by water and jungle, the place where elephants live, rest and play.

Encountering Sulemaniye Mosque

You see the white stone walls surrounding the backyard of the mosque. Trees behind the walls treat their pleasant shadow on the street while they hide Suleymaniye like a big surprise.

Myanmar Monkey Daze

Someone who has been for so long associated with the fight for freedom and equality in Myanmar, it is well past time for Aung San Suu Kyi to agitate for the rights of the Rohingya.

A Cartography of Lost Homes

Nowadays, each annual ritual of homecoming has tended to be accompanied by an unwilling shaking of hands with experiences of loss of different characters and intensities.

The Traveling Disease

I fell asleep crying in your arms, but I woke up and you had not left...This is not Paris, nor Bratislava, nor Zagreb. You and I are getting old.