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Koh Phangan, Thailand
Koh Phangan, Thailand: the Ultimate Guide
Finland, Yoga
The Fab Experience at the Allas Sea Pool Helsinki & SUP yoga
Finland
25 Free (and Frugal) Things to Do in Helsinki
Finland
Finnish Archipelago and the Dreamy Aspö
Koh Phangan
The Ultimate Koh Phangan Cafe Guide
   

 Hammock time, on Koh Phangan. This is how my blog got its name.

 

Hi everyone!

My name is Anna and this is my blog about travel, Thailand and Finland in particular, yoga (especially Ashtanga), and my funny life which has taken me a bit here and there. I guess the blog is about change and growth as well. I left my old life and work. Did a TEFL and yoga teacher training course. I ended up teaching Social Studies in Rayong, Thailand, after my TEFL course. My tropical home is the island of Koh Phangan, in Thailand. I love writing about it and Thailand in general! Originally, though, I'm from Finland. My plan was to visit my home country in summer shortly but some family matters and yoga projects changed this slightly. I will be updating my plans as I know more about my future. If you want to know more about my past, click here.

A pie, fresh blueberries And strawberries with a Mumin mug
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