With commitments to one side and another of the planet, he lost count of the number of miles accumulated a long time ago. This time, the influencer Angie Landaburu (27) landed in Thailand, on a trip that, although it is work, motivates her to discover and value the richness of an ancient culture. “In Bangkok we toured the historical temples with guided tours and they allowed us to observe a prayer. We also saw from the water the giant statue of Buddha; and in Chai Mai we went to an elephant sanctuary where many are rescued from malnutrition and mistreatment. Culturally, it’s a super deep journey. Later, at the labor level, we got to know the main factory of Pandora, who are the ones who brought me, where more than five thousand people work and the pieces are made by hand. We appreciate craft techniques and create our own Charm. It is my second time in Thailand with the brand.
– What struck you the most?
–Cultural change, devotion to Buddhism and architecture. Meditation and silence are greatly encouraged here, something super enriching because sometimes we live so much on the edge that we even forget to breathe.
Do you prepare yourself in any way for these trips?
I think very well of the suitcase. I learned to be efficient and carry what is fair and necessary. I like to consume local fashion. Beyond the destinations you meet, a trip never becomes the same.
– How is your schedule?
-Next month I travel to Argentina -lives in Miami- to present three capsules of three very important brands, in addition to having a couple of campaigns and a solidarity project. I will also go to the fashion weeks of New York and Paris and Qatar to make exclusive content for networks, showing the lifestyle and attractions around the world.
-In November they celebrate three years of marriage with Tomás Eurnekian. Do you fantasize about being parents?
– We really enjoyed the present. We dream of having a large family, but it is not a priority today. We believe in God since we are both religious and we trust that he will come at the perfect time. The day I become a mother I would like to dedicate myself full time and today, among so many trips, it is almost impossible. So far this year I have already been in Panama with Chanel, in Rio de Janeiro with Pandora, I went to New York to do the Melia campaign, I was in Buenos Aires and now Egypt and, finally, Thailand.