In this journal, the Girl Gone Authentic explores white tea, oolong tea and green tea – the true teas lovingly grown and harvested in the whimsical Thai hills.
In a world where there are more choices than decisions and more opportunities than there are hours in a day, many of us are exhausted from trying to prove to ourselves and the world that we can do it all. In this short chapter, we explore interior designer Vianca Soleil weaving her life’s work in the slow and intimate Puro Island, Romblon, Philippines.
Sacred Sounds of the Ping River at Raya Heritage. A contemporary reflection of the local way of life through architecture and design.
The mud architecture of Mali has, by centuries outlived the Mali Empire. Between c. 1230 and 1670, the Mali Empire, also known as Manden Kurafaba, was the largest, wealthiest and most powerful in the history of Western Africa. It extended from today’s Mali, covered Mauritania, Senegal, Burkina Faso and crossed Niger to reach the Sahara. Perhaps […]