Infiltrations

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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Diving Against Debris in Gili Air
For a non-diver, scuba diving might look like… “some fancy activity for bored people to feel something while wearing expensive
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A walk in Χανιά
Χανιά (or Chania) is a wonderful city in Crete, Greece. Saying that I fell in love with this island the
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Toxic coolness : “I’m not one of those annoying feminists/vegans”
Many times I have caught myself justifying my ethics to someone else, as in to justify that, despite doing what
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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 burning
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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/Chow
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Paris as a local: an interactive map
After so many years in Paris, I cannot count the times I have been asked for recommendations about the city.
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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 a
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A local taste of Barcelona
If Paris is one of the most visited cities in the world, Barcelona is up there (sometimes to the desperation
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Marseille as a local: a comprehensive map
Marseille has always had a bad reputation in France. In the world, too. As a port city, and in the
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Pounamu: a tale of superstition for atheists
I’m not a religious person. Like at all. At all at all. I’m very very much an atheist. My attempts
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A local taste of Athens
After somebody told me once they didn’t enjoy the days they spent in Athens during an Aegean trip, I realised
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Inside the EEEWW Bubble
For those of you not familiar with the European Union’s institutions, the term “EU Bubble” might be somewhat new. If,
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A stroll in Bosnia
Bosnia was the first ex-Yugoslavian country that I explored thoroughly, although not the first one I visited. Bosnia strikes me
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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.
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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 Backpackers
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Things (White) Middle-aged Men Say
Privilege. Entitlement. Patriarchy. All these centuries of having an upper-hand may unarguably turn anyone into an arsehole. Is it white
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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 incomprehensible. It
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