When I first started blogging about my journey in India I described India to be like marmite, “you either love it or hate it”. Boy was I wrong. India is a constant whirlwind of emotions. One minute you love it, taken aback by the incredible landscapes that make you gasp out loud, other moments you … More Reflections on India and Helpful Tips
“Middle class Mumbai” is what this city should be called. It seems a large proportion of Mumbai is made up of the future generation of young educated intellectuals who go on marriage apps on their smart phones and drink breezers on the sly on the weekends in one of Mumbai’s top exclusive clubs. We were … More Mumbai, Bombay, Mumbay or Bombai
Hampi seems to take the form of a movie set from an American Wild Western film, or from Indiana Jones. Massive boulders dominate the countryside, forcing towns and villages to merge around them. Water filled paddy fields surround the landscape, where groups of workers pluck long stems of rice from the mud soaked waters, the … More Historic Hampi
The start of our train journey we were surrounded by 8 men. Our past experiences with men asking questions about our personal life, meant that we answered curtly, however, we soon found out these men were just curious, interested in the life we lead. A finance student pointed out sights for us on the train … More Beaches of Goa
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