Be careful of the men in the North. That sounds like a Game of Thrones reference, but it was actually well-intentioned advice that so many people gave me when they heard I was visiting Rajasthan and Delhi. This was my third trip in as many months (#teacherlife) , and it was quite ambitious. I was … Continue reading Udaipur Part 1
Goa has been my 'holiday' spot for a while now. My parents have a house in Candolim, and we have spent so much time in the beautiful beachy state. Goa is much more than just beaches to me however. It's great food, beautiful buildings, warm people and a general feeling of bliss that envelopes you … Continue reading Palolem
This post is a throwback to a long time ago. 17 years ago to be precise. It's not exactly a travel post, more like a collection of musings. In the year 2000, which was the Jubilee year, my Church in Bahrain organised a pilgrimage of sorts to Italy and France. Since my sister had been … Continue reading Throwback!
The road to Zostel Gokarna is enchanted. Or so it would seem when you look at it. A narrow lane opens to a small pool surrounded by bushes and a few palm trees. As I started up the hill I felt energised. The roads were not flooded, I was not lost, all was right with … Continue reading Gokarna Part 2