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July 2019

Alejandro with Naroha, another volunteer in the India project. Alejandro had spent his whole life reading about Tibet, but thanks to his solidarity trip, he was able to see first-hand how compassion and hospitality are experienced. He collaborated by giving English conversation classes to Tibetan refugees and developing an APP to facilitate their study. On his return, he brings back new friendships, incredible experiences and a reflection: "we must eliminate negativity from our lives, because it only leads to unhappiness". What was your day to day life like? The days started quite early

Volunteer doing yoga in the Kathmandu project in Nepal. Travelling to the heart of Tibetan culture. Talking about life with monks and Buddhist believers until you lose track of time. Practising yoga in the place where it was born and where it is still lived with intensity today, in its streets, in its people. All this and much more awaits you on our Tumaini solidarity trips to India and Nepal. If you love their culture and believe in generosity, we give you 5 reasons why you have to experience it, for

Cristina is from Monterrey, Mexico. She is an architect and project manager. But last April, she left her office to live an unrepeatable experience: a solidarity trip to India. She gave English classes to Tibetan refugees fleeing Chinese persecution. The best part of her experience was undoubtedly her relationship with them and the exchange of points of view. "It opens your mind," she says. What was your day-to-day life like in the project? My day consisted of two 1-hour lessons so that

  Traveling responsibly is easier than you think. KLM showed us on Saturday. Last Saturday we participated in the #KLMVuelaSostenible conference. In them, 9 travelers and bloggers shared little tricks to travel the world leaving as little footprint as possible. We have learned something from each one of them: Something to remember in #KLMVuelaSostenible. 1 Something to Who are they? Ruben and Lucia. Two advertisers who in 2013 decided to leave everything behind to pursue their dream of traveling around the world. They also made a documentary about rights

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