Located just a short walk away from the scenic Mandrem Beach in Goa, Ashiyana Yoga and Spa Village offers a comprehensive range of options for any yoga enthusiast whether like me, you’re a novice or a pro seeking a new lease of inspiration. Continue reading “Ancient Wisdom for Joyful Living” at Ashiyana Yoga and Spa Village
At the end of 2011, I was invited by a friend to join a Facebook community called Nomadness. Having little information at that stage, it was simply explained to me as a global community of urban travellers that I should join because I too, loved to travel.
Continue reading Photo essay: India 2015 with Nomadness Travel Tribe
As part of a recent visit to India with the Nomadness Travel Tribe, I extended my stay for an additional three days to visit the Indian state of Goa, a former Portuguese province.
Having secured accommodation in North Goa, my friend and I were keen to explore as much of the state as possible within the limited time frame. Continue reading Top tips for a sightseeing tour in Goa, India
I’m heading to India in just a few days and have been busily exploring options to learn about the culinary experiences that India has to offer.
Culinary travel tours are in trend right now – but just how far are you prepared to travel for a good curry? We Brits love spicy food, something with a bit of bite and when Indian cuisine got the Royal seal of approval in the nineteenth century, our love affair with Indian food began. Later, ex-foreign secretary Robin Cook described chicken tikka masala as “a true British national dish”. Continue reading How far would you travel for a good curry?
You’ve guessed it. I want to travel to 30 countries before I turn 30. It’s a personal goal but one that I’m confident in achieving… I have a little over six months to visit 4 more countries to the 26 that I’ve already accumulated. Continue reading 30 countries before I’m 30
So, I finally opened my pack of palm sugar covered banana chips. Yes, you read correctly. Banana chips. But not just any old kind. The ones that I bought whilst travelling in Thailand. Now don’t worry, this isn’t just a post about me and a love for banana chips (well, not completely) but it is about the relevance of food to a country and the travellers within it.
As we had been preparing for our final day in Bangkok, I had been searching for something that I would be allowed to pack in my suitcase to take home. Right now, as I munch through the pack, I am so happy with my decision.