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June 3, 2018

I pulled this Osho card on the last night of my trip in India.

"Even in the ever-changing flow of life there are moments in which we come to a point of completion. In these moments we are able to perceive the whole picture, the composite of all the small pieces that hav...

January 14, 2016

"Back to the island…"

When I first came to Thailand 4 years ago, Koh Tao was my favourite island so I was excited. On the boat from the mainland I got to watch the sunset behind a load of storm clouds with a front seat to the lighting show.

We finally arrived after a lon...

January 5, 2016

Having been in Thailand for over 10 days now I’ve given myself enough time to reflect on my cultural experience.

I much prefer India. It’s cheaper, with a vast amount of tasty tasty food to choose from, amazing Indian sunsets and my bungalow huts.

The parts of Thail...

January 5, 2016

I was looking forward to visiting Koh Phi Phi the most out of all the islands that were on our agenda as it was the one I’ve never been to before. Everyone kept telling me that it was the best place to spend Christmas, although we weren’t staying for Christmas we were...

January 4, 2016

After my mother booked the incorrect flight, it turned out that I had 10hrs to kill in KL. After doing a lot of research on whether I would be allowed to leave the airport, there I was going through passport control and leaving to explore the city. I had gone from one...

January 4, 2016

On our first day in Hampi we went for breakfast at Top Secret and the owner said he had a room free for 2 nights so we packed our bags and left the doghouse that was Bobbys.

Feeling more settled and with nice chill out areas we hired some mopeds and went for a tour arou...

January 3, 2016

A magical, mysterious, spiritual world.

We left Agonda after a few days of saying goodbyes and last minute shopping. We had to buy another rucksack for my mum to take back to the UK with her as I had bought too much stuff of course. Everything was so cheap!

We got a 7hr...

December 31, 2015

Agonda, Agonda, Agonda. Such a cute little village on the beach in Goa, about 2 hours from the airport. Although it is sat on the beach, you will find every animal possible; cows, dogs, horses, frogs, crows, monkeys, lizards and many more!

All the local people are so sw...

December 30, 2015

We visited a spice farm about 1 hour away from Agonda Beach. Upon arrival we got showered in flower petals and were given a red bindi spot in between our eyebrows and a small flower garland with a cup of chai… Of course.

This particular spice farm was owned by a family...

November 25, 2015

Finally I am able to sit down and write my first blog post in India! What a crazy schedule we have had! I write this as I am half way through my 2nd week.
Flying solo to India was an experience within itself, after a few tears leaving my dad at the airport and the enco...

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