Story box of travel stories from around the world

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by Sheryl Soh on Friday, August 25, 2017

Section
Society

Session type
Lecture

Technical level
Beginner

Objective

A storytelling session of personal travel stories from a gap year off work. Seeking to inspire TGPers to see and feel how the world is big enough for all our dreams and aspirations, and create our own version of living well.

Description

Sheryl has been on the road in the past year, exploring different ways to live. She left her desk job, picked up her backpack and found herself in a yoga ashram in India, a permaculture farm in Thailand, a ski resort in Japan, the old back lanes of China, and volcanoes and jungles of Indonesia. Hear her stories of adventure and kindess, and find courage to embark on your own journey!

Requirements

An open mind and open heart

Speaker bio

Sheryl has lived in Japan, Singapore, India and the US. She has an insatiable curiosity and zest for life. After traveling more than 30 countries and learning more than 5 languages, she still hasn’t figured life out. But you know, she’s slowly getting there, with the help of kind souls and her favorite dram in hand.

Comments


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    [-] Zainab Bawa 2 months ago

    This talk could be considered for the Fringe track.

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