Bhutan is nestled in the Himalaya, between India and Tibet, and has a population of fewer than 800,000 people. It is well known for the concept of Gross National Happiness that permeates everything they do; it is even included in their school curriculum. Basically, Bhutan is known as one of the happiest countries in the world. The Bhutanese are some of the kindest, most accepting and giving people in the world. They have so little but they share whatever they have.
Tony Giles, totally blind and 80% deaf in both ears travels the world solo. He also had a successful kidney transplant in December 2008. Yet he has visited the World’s Seven continents, all fifty states of the USA, crossed the Arctic Circle, traveled every South American country and visited all ten Canadian provinces. He has written several books about his world adventures. The books are travel diaries of the observations and experiences of a blind man as he travels around the world.
The story of Elisa in her first nine months of life before life. Her mother Chilean, her father American, Elisa was conceived in Ethiopia. After 9 adventurous months in Ethiopia and Liberia, she finally arrived on December 15 in Santiago, Chile. The moving story of a baby thru the eyes and heart of her father.
Kristýna is a Czech expat in Bangkok with her British husband. She has traveled all over Asia since moving to Thailand as well as going back to Europe regularly. She also visited Australia and the US. But Bangkok is still her most favorite place and she calls Bangkok her home.