Meanderings, Musings & Mayhem

Exulansis: n. the tendency to give up trying to talk about an experience because people are unable to relate to it—whether through envy or pity or simple foreignness. (John Koenig from TheDictionary of Obscure Sorrows).

As a traveller, I find myself experiencing this particular kind of sorrow fairly often. Although, I think that it’s often less about other people being unable to relate and more about our inability to sufficiently convey our experiences in a meaningful way. Luckily, I’m too determined (and talkative!) to completely give up trying to make people understand why the travelling experience is one that I, and countless others, crave above all. So (due to popular demand) I have finally started a blog, and only about five years too late. This is just a small glimpse into the life I lived in Thailand. Here goes!

I have just spent two years and three months…

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