100 Days of Solitude is the book you would like to write. The one you will love to read. The literary critic sleeping in me would love to display her University diploma and prove it to you, with a deep analysis on how to write a book. I’d ask you to be attentive, to take down notes and learn. Because this is how you write a book.
There’s one thing expats go through at some point in life: trying to define the word home. It is never easy, it involves effort, tears and disappointment, even if you suspect where it is that you belong, even if you know that you do belong. Finding home is much more about finding yourself than you might think. A task that is stressful enough on its own, made even more difficult when it comes together with extra unexpected stress.
Koh Samui (part II). Fifty thousand shades of Samui. Even when you are not a rainy person and, therefore, rain is not your cup of tea, when a place is full of beauty, it’s always hard to leave.