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Lisa’s Birthday Dinner – Bcos Sharing Makes Us Feel Rich

Happy Birthday Lisa!

“肚子餓嗎?我買你們吃飯!(literally meaning: Are you hungry? I’ll buy you lunch!)” Lisa asked in Mandarin (she’d spent a couple of years in China before this) after we returned to Pana from our sharing session in Santiago. And so we headed to one of Lisa’s favorite eateries for lunch together: There were many-a-times We frustrate ourselves at the […]


Sharing with local students at Santiago – “El sueño que tienes en tu mano…”

Group Photo with everyone from the Santiago Atitlan School Sharing

Lisa was introduced to us by our Panajachel Couchsurfing host, Helga. She is in Guatemala working with a program called Access as a teacher trainer with English classes in certain small towns around Lake Atitlan. When she heard about our project and our school visits, she sent us an email invitation to ask if we’d […]


Sacred Art Teahouse Sharing – Walking the 3 Worlds, Finding Myself, I have LOVE

"We want to give these to you!"

Sarah connected us to Ajna, the owner of Sacred Art Teahouse and we co-organised a sharing session at her place during our stay in San Marcos. And this post’s title is basically sums up our experiences at the sharing. Walking the 3 Worlds “Tell them what your dream is, Robin. I like what you said […]


San Marcos with Sarah – Everything in its own perfect timing

And there were 4!

We met Sarah, a midwife cum doula from New York, en route her dream in Guatemala, at our IslaVerde sharing session. When we asked the people who came to the sharing to share their dreams with us on their hands, Sarah wrote: A school for midwives that will inspire a local and global shift in […]


Mikaso Hotel – Space for Nourishment

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We left IslaVerde, restored and ready for to continue on our journey. Waiting for us on San Pedro de la Laguna, was our hostess, Laurence from Mikaso Hotel. At the beginning of this journey, we found it difficult for us to reach out and ask for help – be it in sponsorship for our gear, […]


Hiking Tzununá with Nile – Drenched in Abundance

Soaking every bit of it up

During our Retreat on IslaVerde, we met a resident living in the neighbouring pueblo, Jaibalito. His name is Nile; and he attended our sharing session at IslaVerde. After the session, he invited us to hike the “Tzununá falls” with him. “It was where I wrote my book. There used to be a trail there, but […]


IslaVerde – the island where we “came ashore”

Collected thoughts, Restored souls

Cyanobacteria. The blue-green algae choking up Lake Atitlan due to pollution from the people living around the lake. This was the sight that greeted us throughout our 15 minute boat-ride across the lake from Panajachel to Santa Cruz de la Laguna, where our new host, IslaVerde awaits. And it perfectly reflected our state of being […]


Chinitas’ Auntie Ling – The “Asian” Flavors of Life

Perhaps it was the “Free Wi-Fi” sign that drew us into the Chinitas. For 12Q a pot of tea that was shared between us, we plonked ourselves in Chinitas to work on our laptops for our first couple of days in Guatemala – Tay working on the videos and Val working on emails to build […]


Panajachel Colegio Internacional – A Door of Hope

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Our journey in Guatemala began with an awkward silence. A silence that hushed us from asking the question, “What is your dream?” here. The story of Lemar’s “I don’t want to think about that (her dream)” and a young Guatemalan boy’s “Shit you” left us wondering – is there any point of this project in […]


Thank you for S*H*I*T

Little Guatemalan Boy

We are grateful for… The fact that we are beginning this list of gratitude. Despite having the poverty, the desperateness of everything and everyone get to us in a way that makes us almost “pek cek (frustrated)”. Ok, VERY pek cek. We’ve had the words “Shit.” “You.” stumbled out of the mouth of a hardly […]


Mayan Homestay Experience – “Lemar”, cual es tu sueño?

When we were making decisions to travel through Latin America, we decided that we’d take shuttles/buses whenever we have to cross borders. Having to transport our equipment, bicycles and ourselves safely across immigration was simply not worth the risk. And so, we got into Lake Atitlan, Guatemala from San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico; […]


El permiso por un sueño

El Permiso Por Un Sueño Somos dos mujeres Singapurenses dando la vuelta al mundo en bicicletas para recoger sueños de las personas para compartir en nuestra página web. América Latina es nuestro cuarto escalafón en esta gran jornada, antes estuvimos en Taiwan, Japón y Hawai. Después de haber viajado por México, estaremos manejando las bicicletas […]


Mexico – El Sie7e de Chiapas on 2 May 2011

Article on El Sie7e de Chiapas Part I

Original article here Nancy had to take 2 different buses from the capital of Chiapas to San Cristobal de las Casas, where we were, to conduct the interview with us. “It’s good to meet you in person.” She said. Thank you, for taking the time, the effort, and the heart. As you listened to our […]


Mexico – Tabasco Hoy Noticias on 20 April 2011 and 24 April 2011

Tabasco Hoy Group of Journalists and Editors

Original article written by Ariel here. Original article here. “Mi jefe se gustaría conocerte después de las entrevistas (My boss would like to meet you after the interviews).” Ariel said to us. We looked at each other – what would a busy busy busy man like him want to do with us? We followed Ariel […]


Mexico – Diario Presente on 20 April 2011

With Journalist Ileana Pineda

Ileana said to us, “You girls made me almost cry!” Dear Ileana, We share the same sentiments as you. In times where the media is filled with stories of violence, blood and gore – if only we’d stop for a moment and see for ourselves. The greatness and beauty that lies therein. In humanity. Thank […]


Mexico – TV Azteca Tabasco on 18 April 2011

Interview session with TV Azteca Tabasco

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Mexico – Diario Eyipantla Milenio (Catemaco) on 15 April 2011

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Mexico – MegaNoticias Canal 6 Megacable Veracruz on 25 March 2011

Interview with Mitzi

Mitzi asked us, “How do you live on this journey?” Tay answered in Spanish, “Día por día!” She meant, “One day at a time.” Mitzi said in reply, “Like living in the moment? I can see that very much in the two of you.” Val said to her, “I only have this one opportunity To […]


Mexico – MegaNoticias Canal 6 Megacable Veracruz on 24 March 2011

From left: Tay, Marisol, Val, Marijose inside the TV Studio

After our radio interview on Mar FM99.7 with Marisol and Maryjose, we were invited to share our stories on Maryjose’s News. During the “live” interview, we shared the message “Poco a poco, un sueño se construye (Little by little, a dream is built)” and passed our dream cards out to Marisol, Maryjose and the crew. […]


Mexico – Mar FM99.7 on 17 March 2011

Marijose Gamboa - her "first" dream

We were brought to this interview by Marisol, a friend of our Couchsurfing hosts Paco and Karla. Marisol co-hosts the spiritual and cultural section of the program with Maryjose. We are constantly grateful for the opportunity to share our stories with the media. Because other than reaching out to a greater public audience through the […]


Mexico – Transito Xalapa with various media on Week of 11 March 2011

Article in Grupo Acontecer

No we have no wish to be involved in politics Yet this was a lesson we felt we needed to share Cliché as it may sound “With great powers Come great responsibilities” And with what little “powers” we have on this journey We try to get “in touch” with the hearts ♥ of the people we […]


Mexico – TV Azteca Oaxaca on 2 March 2011

TV Azteca Oaxaca - filming us in action on our bicycles

TV Azteca Oaxaca asked us, “What is that you remember most of Oaxaca – the food, the culture…or?” We remember The morning before we left Rubén’s house Rubén’s mum gave us a *tight* hug In that moment We felt her empathy It has been a long journey She understood Our mothers’ pain The pain having […]


Mexico – Oaxaca Noticias on 1 March 2011

Special tour of the press room after the interview

Original article here. Watch the video here. We asked everyone in the interview room, “What do you carry in your pens, in your cameras?” and were greeted by a thoughtful silence. Dear friends of Oaxaca Noticias, you have answered us immensely in the articles you wrote, in the videos you produce. Thank you, for being […]


Mexico – Reforma Estado on 20 February 2011

The Reforma - Estado

We need to be wiser with our media interviews. We need to learn to say, “no” to reporters who simply place the recorder in our faces and then do everything except listen during the interview. We’ve got furious friends who wrote to the journalist and the editor to correct the mistakes. But no replies, nada. […]