From the congestion of big city living in Hong Kong to the open space of a Thai island, meet our home and mode of transportation for the next few months.
The nomadic life gives us the chance to experience many different ways to live. I think this is important because we can test ourselves, see what works, see what doesn't, and adapt accordingly.
What I learned living in HK over the last year was that, even for a village-raised American like me, it's possible to adjust to the overcrowded streets of a multi-million person population. I learned that I don't need the sounds of insects and frogs to sleep like I always had growing up.
But I still prefer it 😆
After a year there, however, it is also important for us to remove ourselves from the city life. This is our chance to breathe fresh air, enjoy barefoot time, and remove ourselves from the rush of suits and ties that are late for work.
I wonder what Auburn's first memories will be when she gets older. I know one thing: she is an adaptable person and loves to travel!
How well do you adapt to new living environments?