Written by Pille Mitt

Back to reality!

Looking forward to teaching again after three months travelling in South East Asia!

I am sitting at the Gardermoen airport in Oslo, waiting for my flight to little sweet Molde.I have 5 hours here to prepare myself for my classes tonight and also to reflect my feelings about moving back to Molde. Travelling alone in Asia has been an amazing experience! I visited countries like Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Indonesia. I had enough time to explore. Travelling solo is nice, you can do exactly what you want and when you want. You can always chat with people via Skype, Messenger, WhatsApp and locals have also been very friendly and open to talk about their countries and life. I met some old friends and got some new friends! I was almost ten days in silence in Thailand. I did vipassana retreat in a monastery but I will write about it later. It is an another chapter. I participated in a yoga retreat in Thailand and in Cambodia, I visited Siem Reap, where is Angkor Wat, which is the Unesco World Heritage Site. I was walking for three months with flip-floppers! I had a lot of mosquito bites. I had a lot of time and I did a lot of meditation.  In Bali, I was working as a volunteer in the Bali Spirit Festival, which is an annual celebration of yoga, dance and music. I met a lot of inspiring teachers and lectors, enjoyed good music, kirtan and yoga.

In conclusion, I want to say, if you want to travel and explore the world, then do it! 


There is more to win than to lose!

Article written by Pille Mitt
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