Twenty Years Smiling 

Emma sitting on the beach at Brighton

10:52 : Happy birthday Emma ❤️

Wow. I’m having a bit of a hard time believing you are twenty today, but on the other hand, it feels so natural. I’m so proud of the radiant young woman you have become.

These are difficult times to be twenty, to project oneself into the future, to have confidence in the institutions and society. It’s now that the COVID-19 pandemic was declared and that your life changed from one week to the next. You have shown so much resilience and strength in your resolve to make your gap year a memorable one, you are remarkable.

You can have faith in yourself, and march forward confident and resolute. You will always be in my heart.
Love.

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Cambodia — via Bangkok and the Gulf of Thailand / 2019

Screenshot of the homepage

So, we are off to South East Asia again. This might be the last time (or not) Emma comes with us. Mathias is off to Myanmar solo, and to Indonesia with Célia this Summer, so we decided to explore Cambodia, eventhough it’s the wet season.