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Meeting Hippies

AUSTRIA | Mon, 12 May 2014 | By ruby--- | Views [383]

  It was well hidden, the little blue house down the street in the country side of Innsbruck. I parked the car in the street and made my way into the backyard, climbing carefully over the rusted fence. I advanced hesitantly, “am I at ... Read more >

Tags: food, guitar, hippies, innsbruck, music, night, stars

Backpacking the Kalalau trail

USA | Mon, 30 Sep 2013 | By valpal9 | Views [496]

I was backpacking in Escalante region of Southern Utah with a huge group of young single adults. We were setting up camp for the long weekend and getting ready to hike Coyote Gulch later that morning. A very tired and frazzled looking couple pulled in ... Read more >

Tags: cave dwelling, hippies, kalalau, kauai, nepali coast

Goa Dave

INDIA | Sat, 5 Jan 2013 | By andrew_stelmach | Views [1194]

So, in December 2012 I finished a contract in the UAE (the Emirates, for short) and made the plan (for reasons too long and boring to explain) to hang around in the emirates for a week while Luke and Owen finished their first week of paragliding courses ... Read more >

Tags: arambol, backpacking, goa, hippies, hippy, india, travelling

Summer in Vilnius

LITHUANIA | Thu, 2 Jun 2011 | By drmitch | Views [387]

The bus trip itself was fine, except for the horrible chemical toilet smell that permeated through the interior, but the highway was in terrible condition and I awoke several times thinking we were swerving off the road to our deaths whenever ... Read more >

Tags: bus, castle, hippies, hostelgate, kgb museum, trakai, uzupis

Boum Bidi Pai Pai

THAILAND | Wed, 28 Jan 2009 | By cedric_c | Views [1555] | Comments [2]

    If you thought my last post was the last one about Thailand, you got misled. After the trek in Chiang Mai, my plan was to join a meditation center for a few days to experience life as a buddhist monk and get a kick start on incorporating meditation ... Read more >

Tags: bungalow, geckos, hippies, hot springs, pai, spider, thai cooking course, thailand

Tudo bem en Rio de Janeiro (Part 3)

BRAZIL | Tue, 25 Nov 2008 | By eoghancito | Views [1699]

On the tour we also met a few more people, Justin, another professional traveller, this one a Kiwi, on his third round the world (RTW), Sylvia, a Slovakian kids clothes designer and Olivier a French civil engineer who had just started their RTW in ... Read more >

Tags: cbd, football, hippies, live music, modern art, urinal

My Spanish Nightmare 2 - San Pedro to Barcelona

SPAIN | Sat, 5 Jul 2008 | By hotnoodle | Views [15266] | Comments [5]

On pirate beaches: There are various stories behind San Pedro. The first I heard was that it was a pirate beach and a pirate village. The pirates would emerge from the bay and attack ships as they sailed past. There was even an old abandoned pirate ... Read more >

Tags: barcelona, beaches, hippies, pirates

 

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After taking a few shots of these children I went down to the river interested in taking the beautiful mountains and river I noticed most of the village kids behind me were following me they wanted to see my camera and wanted more photos. I took the opportunity to get to know the kids and let them play with my camera and taking photos with my instructions on how to use the camera and taking pictures, it was great fun.

Taken at Mae Saut Noi  village in  Mae Sariang - Mae Sot area in Thailand, the people are of the Karen tribe they are one of the many ethnic groups from Burma and have moved from their villages from Burma escaping the civil war conflict against them by the Burmese Military or extreme poverty their life's are much more free in Thailand than in Burma where it's very dangerous over their. 

This is one of the very few villages that are still very traditional way of living very simple life, they have no electricity or technology but they are happy living like this in their cozy bamboo huts. The kids play outside all day everyone cheeps in like washing clothes, cooking ect. The environment/hygiene isn't that clean as they are quite poor. It was a great and very nice atmosphere something that I have never experience before.

I captured mainly children in this rural village they were very excited seeing a foreigner and were most interested in my big slr camera as I was clicking away. 
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After taking a few shots of these children I went down to the river interested in taking the beautiful mountains and river I noticed most of the village kids behind me were following me they wanted to see my camera and wanted more photos. I took the opportunity to get to know the kids and let them play with my camera and taking photos with my instructions on how to use the camera and taking pictures, it was great fun. Taken at Mae Saut Noi village in Mae Sariang - Mae Sot area in Thailand, the people are of the Karen tribe they are one of the many ethnic groups from Burma and have moved from their villages from Burma escaping the civil war conflict against them by the Burmese Military or extreme poverty their life's are much more free in Thailand than in Burma where it's very dangerous over their. This is one of the very few villages that are still very traditional way of living very simple life, they have no electricity or technology but they are happy living like this in their cozy bamboo huts. The kids play outside all day everyone cheeps in like washing clothes, cooking ect. The environment/hygiene isn't that clean as they are quite poor. It was a great and very nice atmosphere something that I have never experience before. I captured mainly children in this rural village they were very excited seeing a foreigner and were most interested in my big slr camera as I was clicking away.

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