Goa is home to 160 km of stunning coastline, made up of about 50 beaches, each with their own unique features and personalities. You could spend countless hours researching where to spend your time in this extensive territory. If you don’t have time for that, maybe this summary of South Goa tips will help make your life easier and your travels more wildly satisfying.Read More
The slender muddy road winds snakelike through the mountains of the Himalayas. We watch in awe through the windows of our Toyota Innova as endless breathtaking landscapes unfold before our eyes…Read More
Inle Lake, Myanmar … a vast expanse of shimmering blue, home to a rare and ancient way of life. There’s an unforgettable way to experience this unique place…Read More
At sunrise, sunset, and the time in between.Read More
In quiet, mellow Luang Prabang, the sun is shining and life seems to flow with a pace as languid as the Khan and Mekong rivers that serenely wind their way around the city center…Read More
The top reasons you won’t want to miss Myanmar’s most refreshing little gem…Read More
My never-ending pursuit of the most beautiful beaches in the world had to eventually lead me to the Philippines…Read More
“You’re building a fire out of coconut shells?”
That was my astonished reaction to Mohamed the chef, who was calmly preparing the backyard grill for tonight’s dinner…Read More
For anyone who’ll be taking the train in India for the first time – especially for those totally freaked out by the idea!Read More
Heading to India? Some things you should know first...
These are the tips I would want someone to give me if I were about to visit to India for the first time…Read More
The villages that make up Upper Dharamsala are home to some amazing restaurants and cafes, and these are my favorites. Not only do these places serve beautiful, delicious, nourishing food in cozy, inviting spaces with friendly service, their prices will make your jaw drop in disbelief. You realize you’re absolutely spoiled rotten when you come to feel that $5 for a lunch is overpriced.Read More
In Dharamsala, it was the clouds that first enchanted me.
The ocean of clouds that stretches out below the city as far as the eye can see, always moving, shifting, changing, forming an ethereal buffer between this mountaintop sanctuary city and the rest of the world. The clouds that occasionally ascend to envelop the streets of the town and its colorful buildings in a thick fog...Read More