Today I killed 17 spiders the size of my palm and got rewarded with imported Belgium beer by my hosts. I'm aware that my last post stated that there is much more to do in Borneo than drink beer, but after volunteering for two weeks at a retreat center at the base of Mount Kinabalu, … Continue reading Snakes, Spiders & Homework
When I landed in Borneo, I was oh so sad to find out that even a can of beer, usually hidden behind some soymilk in the fridge, can be found at the fewest shops here and always overpriced. It's not that I am not used to limited and expensive nightlife-supplies. Norway beats most countries at … Continue reading Is this a joke?
For the past three weeks I've been greeted by this view when I opened my curtains in the room I rented in Danang. At the same time I've tried to deal with the hardest subject in our course so far. Ironically the new program I am trying to get my head around is called Dreamweaver. … Continue reading Blame it on the View
Web-design continued. Our second assignment was to create a website wireframe. Basically a blueprint or a sketch of a website. In my case, definitely a sketch. We had to use the 10 ultimate briefing questions from our last task and fill in answers from an imaginary client. I chose my client to be a restaurant owner. … Continue reading Wireframe Mess
I know that the generation of people that can't wait to post which way they had their eggs done for breakfast, on Instagram, is still not instinct. But I think there are a lot of us who run around with the camera always in the way, hanging on the neck until it starts to hurt, just in … Continue reading Remember That Time in Vietnam?
Everybody knows that saying, Don't talk about it- be about it? As I was sitting here doing my final product for the exam, I had a self realization. It all started with me moving to this farm in a village a couple of hours from Hanoi. I'm teaching english to some of the kids that … Continue reading Don’t Let it Get to Your Head
Although it is not my first time spending time in Asia, as I've lived in Thailand for three years when I was, well.. too young to live in Thailand. I am so in awe from the beaches, nature, fresh coconuts and cheap beer this part of the continent has to offer, but I badly miss … Continue reading ..Yayoi..