Infiltrating cultures can be as arduous as it is gratifying.
This is a series of infiltration stories, experiences that were created by joining different groups of people, it be locals in different countries or specific groups of people with a passion or determination in common.
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Unexpected Lessons from Bali
It is sometimes amusing to take notes while traveling. Notes on whatever seems odd, hilarious, anecdotal, characteristic or uncomprehensible. ItRead more.
Religious rituals for the convinced atheist
For the convinced atheist it may become painfully awkward to be involved in a religious ritual. It is not aRead more.
A stroll in Bosnia
Bosnia was the first ex-Yugoslavian country that I explored thoroughly, although not the first one I visited. Bosnia strikes meRead more.
Air Fairness – On airplane personal space
Air travel has opened frontiers and enables us to… … BLAH BLAH BLAH! Yeah it’s all very cool and everything.Read more.
Infiltrating a Revolution: 1-Oct-2017
After the atrocities seen in Catalonia on the 1st of October 2017, most democrats and human rights advocates are burningRead more.
Mama Mon – A Home in Don Det, Laos
Back in 2011 I wrote this little article about my stay in Don Det, Laos, which I posted in BackpackersRead more.
The creepy, the stunning and the ordinary – a taste of Balinese wildlife
Bali Dogs Balinese dogs are this cute strange breed of husky-like mongrels with short legs – kinda like an Akita/ChowRead more.