Crafts always have a story to tell (Turkey)

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The first parcels are ready to go. Like a legion of little messengers they travel now by land and air to take a sample of crafts from Turkey to ten different destinations. It’s an experiment that started three months ago … Read More

Ankara in the shadows

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There are places one wants to visit and others one is obliged to pass by on his way to somewhere else. Places that take the reluctant traveller out of his itinerary, forcing him to walk the big streets in search … Read More

Cappadocia under the snow

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The blue porcelain lid over our heads silently cracks and pours down flakes of cold cotton from its grey sleeve. The stony giants of Cappadocia obediently slip into their snowy garments while patches of cheddar coloured grass rebelliously reject the … Read More

1500 Km of night travels

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Akif lives in Antalya, in a house where days are night and viceversa, where up is down and down is somewhere else in another direction, because left is right and a black scruffy cat roams around in tumbles attacking with claws … Read More

A week in Istanbul

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The small cabin of the truck barely accommodates its crew of 3 drivers (two friends and an 11-year-old) when they take us on board. We look at the rests of trekking dirt on our shoes as we climb up the high … Read More

The way East – first stiff steps (Bulgaria)

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Sometimes a dream might get stuck in the orbit of reality and start spinning around it. A moon that lights up the clouds of routine and disperses them at night, shining through conversations with friends and lonely contemplation of the … Read More

Mission Asia: getting ready

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Where do you sleep? What do you eat? What about visas? Isn’t it dangerous?  These are probably the 4 most asked questions since we said some weeks ago “we are leaving soon”. Well, maybe together with how are you going … Read More

Travellers workshops (introduction)

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This is a travelling project, a series of workshops for anybody interested in exploring our knowledge, our surroundings, our imagination. For young people, kids and any other natural explorers. WHY? Because we are on the road and want to dig … Read More

Why did you pick us up?

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Why did you pick us up? We ask the Mikael, after an hour ride. We are curious to know, if not the real motivations, at least why people say they decided in a micro-second to stop and share a ride … Read More

Snail Trails (Handmade in Asia)

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Between 2013 and 2016 we travelled Asia for two years and three months, crossing 14 borders of countries and territories, on an overland journey from Bulgaria to India. Along the way we searched for and met artisans from all walks … Read More

Bilka, the herald of the forest

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Elusive and secretive, light as autumn haze and quick as a mountain creek, wild beasts shuttle through the barren landscapes beyond the limits of man’s formicaries. Invoked by fairy-tales and cave drawings, dancing in the fire light they have long … Read More

The limits of Sofia – autumn foraging

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Sometimes the glowing lights of the city overwhelm and blind the senses and we forget about the all-encompassing existence of the reality beyond neon and asphalt. Mild and distant the pale sun of early November gently warms up the frosted … Read More

Over hills and valleys too (Wales)

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The way from the skirts of the mountain to the top of the peak is in fact surprisingly short. It takes just one step. The step that crosses the threshold of the front door. Why did we take so many … Read More

Travels to the end of the world (UK – Portugal)

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A journey to Cabo de Roca, and beyond. Persistent and numberless battalions of water drops diligently take over each centimeter of land. Competently navigated by the indifferent gray heavens, their silent military junta reigns supreme. We look through the window … Read More

Travels to the end of the world (Sofia – Nordkapp)

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There is a place where time flies so slow that the year is in fact just one day and night, and this place is not in a parallel universe, but here on the Earth. One only needs to go North … Read More

The first travel

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The first travel of these little creatures was to Plovdiv. Many were to follow. The roads took them to the mountains, small towns, forests and surprising landscapes hidden behind petrol stations. Many times they got exhauset, soaked, hungry and even … Read More

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