Adversity amidst the fertile jailoos May 4th 2011 I am no stranger to poverty, coming from a place where it is breathed in the air and served daily. Slums and cramped spaces; poor wages; dirty and chaotic city streets; local farmers, fishermen, and laborers toiling to feed their families at least once a day; diaspora of people to other countries; and poor, if not lack of access to health care and education.
These are but some of the ... read more
Asia » Kyrgyzstan » Kochkor » Sarala-Saz A Central Asian country of incredible natural beauty and proud nomadic traditions, Kyrgyzstan was annexed by Russia in 1864; it achieved independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. Nation-wide demonstrations in the spring of 2005 resulted in the oust... ... read more
I used to believe I could find the cure for cancer. And diabetes. And win a Nobel prize for it.
Then I went out of the hospital.
Then I discovered the road. And enjoyed it.
Now, (almost) everything I do, I do to get me to travel.
Who knows, I still might. But currently, I am enjoying what I'm doing. So it would most likely take a while.
(Note: Being a procrastinating duchess, I am unable to blog as often as I want. If you want to follow me for other non-travel related stuffs, please do check out the links below.)
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