Is Buddha pop culture now? He seems to be everywhere. T-shirts, tattoos, those little statues that you bought from a street vendor from your last stint in Thailand but now can’t quite place in the spaces of your very non-spiritual everyday life. Do these people even know anything about this character that they’ve made their casual god, or are they just fascinated by the gentle smile of a golden statue that they hope can bring balance and inner peace to their lives?
I haven’t done this kind of posts before. I once tried to – with my post about the strays in Greece – but I started
The bus station was swarming with cab drivers who, impatient to lure passengers into their cars, were crowding the door and sticking their heads in,
Disclaimer: I say South East Asia… but actually I’ve only been to Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam, so the list isn’t incredibly comprehensive. Enjoy, anyway. South
After two months in Southeast Asia, I have come back home and in all it’s familiarity, it is strange. I still ride the same bus,