"Where do you live?" is the common but difficult question we are getting this week. The answer is long: we live in Macau, we are from the United States, we are moving to Shanghai next week, we are spending the time in the middle touring around Thailand.
One of the nice things about traveling is finding kindred spirits whose answer to "Where do you live?" is just as freakishly long and complicated. This is comforting, running into someone completely different yet exactly like you, thousands of miles away from our respective homelands. It's a beautiful thing, being both homeless yet perfectly at home all at once.
Our view from breakfast:
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