In Kehn C I was invited to Thao and Phans wedding The women made me this traditional silk dress called an ‘Ao Dai’ (pronounced Ow-Yai) and I couldn’t have loved it anymore. I’m so greatful to have had such an authentic cultural experience!
Chuc Mung Hanh Phuc!! “Happy 100 years of marriage”
Remember how I wrote in a previous post that I was really tall in Vietnam? Well here’s a little bit of a comparison for y’all I’m standing on the ground while the rest of the girls at the wedding were up on a step. How gorgeous do they all look though? All of the women dress up in these colourful Ao Dais
Sois más de seguir los mapas y las normas? O de dejaros llevar y perderos? Hace unos meses en Toulouse volvimos a ajustar la brújula viajera Os lo contamos en este post: https://atomarpormundo.com/imprescindibles-en-toulouse/ #OtraFrancia#atomarpormundo#francia@aitoraudicana
Anche il luogo meno “carino” di una città molto cool come #Tirana può diventare passerella per una smorfiosetta like me. La piramide alle mie spalle era un tempo un museo celebrativo di Hoxha, poi centro culturale, ora in parte sede di una stazione radio e in parte... abbandonato ad atti di vandalismo. also the less charming part of a charming city as Tirana can become a catwalk (when you are a cat like me ). At my back the pyramid, once a celebrative museum for the dictator Hoxha, then cultural center, now in part a radio broadcast station and in part... place under the attack of vandals