LOST – ISSUE FIVE
LOST is a magazine about self-discovery through travel. It is a magazine that features real stories, personal reflections and epiphanies from people around the world. It believes that travel isn’t about fancy hotels or tourist destinations, but about immersing oneself in someplace entirely foreign to feel extremely uncomfortable so that one can learn from it. It believes that travel is a state of mind.
Issue Five features 10 personal travel stories.
In “Half A Year”, Beata Wasilewska juxtaposes her life in Beijing with the memories of her childhood and home in Suwalszczyzna, Poland, where winter lasts half a year.
Ben Crisp finds a refreshing alternative way to lead a contented life while volunteering in the village of El Paredón in “Down The Dust Track”.
Mikolai Napieralski shares what it’s like to camp and get wasted as close as you can ever be to the Saudi border without going to jail in “Camping in the Kingdom of Saudi”.
Ester Keate discovers the importance and love of the motorbike to the Burmese people while travelling in the country of Burma. She documents this through her lens in “Boys, Bikes, Burma”.
Simone Spilka learns to let go of the tensions from city life and to reconnect with nature at a Yoga retreat in Guatemala in “The Art of Being”.
In “The Warmth of Winter”, Erin Stewart travels to Tromsø to find out how the people there cope with winter depression, only to discover a new perspective on darkness and cold.
Issue Five Contributors:
17,5 × 24 cm
English and Chinese