POW: People Of the World
Often in our travels we tend to focus on the destination and attractions that it holds. Although they are surely what makes us want to visit these amazing places, it’s not what keeps us there. It’s not what makes the country.
It’s (you guessed it) the people who make a country what it is. The hardworking locals, the entrepreneurs, the villagers, the scientists, the doctors and even the expats, tourists and travelers.
POW or People Of the World is a blog series that features collaboration and guest posts on different aspects of people, their livelihoods and stories while still touching upon destinations. Posts will vary from collaboration of several bloggers or one-on-one interviews by us or fellow travel bloggers.
If you have a story to share that touches upon human interactions, get in touch with us.
Alex Duffner, a friend from Bangkok is designer, photographer and blogger who travels the world without ever flying. "I never fly when I travel" he reiterates. For most it would be because they want to save money while [...]
The other day we were having a lovely conversation about travel with the family over a nice dinner at home. We were sharing our stories from Cambodia, parts of Thailand and our trip to Sri [...]
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Being from Bangkok, we are constantly in awe of the amazing photographers, explorers, adventurers and travelers that are on Instagram. Of course we also love seeing photos of the world, especially places like Santorini or [...]
For our first interview series on People of the World, we are sitting down (virtually) with Anshul and Uditi of Stamp That Passport, a travel and lifestyle blog. We absolutely loved their style, way of [...]
When we travel, it's always nice to see amazing scenic spots or go on that epic adventure through the country. It's what makes us go there in the first place. They create memories, sure. But [...]