New Delhi Layover

No, I can’t be happy. But I can try to be free Only know the best in life when you’ve felt misery The worst to think is death Why we’re all afraid But life goes on and on Love is here to stay  

How to: Enjoy North-Western Thailand

A Memorial Paying Tribute to Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej, Pai After living in Salaya (the suburbs that stretch west of Bangkok near Mahidol University) for quite some time, nature has been a pretty foreign concept. On our travels, my roommate and I heard of a remote destination called Cave Lod with caving, hiking, and villageContinue reading “How to: Enjoy North-Western Thailand”

Veganism: a Comparison Between Thailand and America

Rainy dinner, Chinatown, Bangkok Thailand: the land of smiles and flavours. In any given meal, a Thai tongue seeks to taste salty, savory, sweet, and sour all at the same time. Markets offer fresh fruit and vegetables (what a novelty compared to the GMO-ridden produce of the United States), as well as seafood that hasContinue reading “Veganism: a Comparison Between Thailand and America”

Circles Spinning

*A piece of nonfiction creative writing about my time in India* Circles Spinning Bry Ulrick A late night, my bags are packed, tomorrow I’ll be gone. Can’t sleep while I think about how we build up time like a dam, yet let it leak- my soul craves movement, and my body is my home. IContinue reading “Circles Spinning”

What is Home?

*Following my first return to MD since March, leaving 2 weeks here before I leave for Bangkok prepared for everything* Surprised by the green trees and marsh, Plane landing on familiar concrete After months of desert and no rain This is where I come from- It all feels the same; I am who has changedContinue reading “What is Home?”

West Trippin’

During a break between festivals a couple of weeks ago, my friend Dani who had been at my college in Maryland for a bit came and picked me up from Vegas. We drove through the Grand Canyon and Arches National Park in Mohab, Utah, before arriving at our final destination in Boulder, Colorado. Mohab was one ofContinue reading “West Trippin’”

San Francisco Pride

I am so grateful for all of the love that I experienced in San Francisco at Pride! Many people said that there were much less people because of the incident in Orlando, which is hard to believe because of how many people were there! It’s such a beautiful thing to experience people loving and appreciating eachContinue reading “San Francisco Pride”

Transcendence: Lightning in a Bottle

One of the coolest festivals I have worked because of the wide variety of people and art present, as well as the huge stage and set work built by the amazing Do Lab! Although I enjoy Woogie Weekend more because of its smaller size, LIB was nothing short of entrancing. Below I have combined photosContinue reading “Transcendence: Lightning in a Bottle”

Kerala- God’s Own Country

The following is my collection of the first 3 weeks of our orientation while I was studying abroad in India. They were taken in towns such as Cochin, Munnar, Trivandrum, and Kumily. Every day there are new sights, smells, and stares. One of the most beautiful places I have experienced, for its lack of foreigners andContinue reading “Kerala- God’s Own Country”