It is hard: coming back home and suddenly feeling a teenage again -our worst and very probably most insecure years-. You’ve changed and reshaped your life at least twenty times, nonetheless, everything here seems to be stuck in time. So, of course, you are the one who is different, ungrateful, changed. But, aren’t we all changing? Isn’t change good? It obviously is scary.
Do not look the monkeys in the eye: My piece about Ubud Monkey Forest (from someoe who that lives six blocks away & constantly avoids those little cute assholes)
The Monkey Forest is a lung in the center of Ubud, Bali. It is a real forest in the middle of the city where hundreds of mischievous monkeys live and find protection amongst its trees, temples and around the passing creek.
An exchange in which the chefs simultaneously move their entire restaurant to the other side of the world, so as many lucky people sit in the Rijksmuseum’s eating the most fantastic Indonesian food from the best restaurant in Indonesia, I will have the opportunity to be here, in Bali, sampling a menu that is one of the best in all of the world, and anticipating an unforgettable culinary journey.
I was born and raised in Mexico City, one of the largest and most populated cities in the world. It’s estimated that 21 million live in the mega-metropolis. But it wasn’t until I left to travel the world that I understood what it felt like being one amongst the 21,000,000 Mexicans with whom I share and navigate a common life in the streets, markets, metro, cinemas, shops, etc., of my city.
Judith, I’ve been meaning to
Throughout our life, we tend
There are periods in life
I’ve been thinking about writing