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Inspirational Indian women we met

We met so many inspirational people in India, yet it was the women who inspired us the most. The stereotype from the West is that Indian women are second class citizens which they… Continue reading

North Goa: Vagator

Vagator was one of our favourite places in Goa, it’s so beautiful. Vagator has three beaches, Ozran the smaller of the three is tucked away in a little cove below a high cliff. Big Vagator… Continue reading

North Goa: Arambol

Arambol was our first destination in Goa. I read about the hippy vibe and long stretches of beach. It’s quite a built up area with lots of shops and restaurants. We stayed here… Continue reading

Celebrating Diwali

Two girls in search of Diwali. After only staying in Kerala for three days, we travelled north to reach Hampi. The trains took us over twenty hours including a malfunction of the engines… Continue reading

Packing List

It’s a good idea to research what you are going to need to pack. It depends on your itinerary; are you trekking, visiting the beaches, going to the desert? We did all of… Continue reading

A night at Jaipur’s Chokhi Dhani

If you have time and a spare 800 rupees for an evening then you should make a trip to Chokhi Dhani, a 5 star resort in Jaipur, for an evening full of fun… Continue reading

What happened on Gandhi’s Birthday

It was Lydia’s last day in India with us so we wanted to celebrate our fabulous Indian adventure with a bang. It was our second day in Jodhpur and Lydia placed an order… Continue reading

Jodhpur: the blue city

I am so excited to write about Jodhpur! It was one of my favourite places in India. The city is very photogenic with many of it’s townhouses painted Jodhpur blue. People here were… Continue reading

sunrise and sunset at the taj mahal

So you want to visit the Taj Mahal? Well of course you do! Known as one of the seven wonders of the world, Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan commissioned the beautiful tomb in memory… Continue reading

trekking the himalayas

Since we couldn’t go to Kashmir we decided upon a little trek up the Himalayas. How hard can it be climbing 5500 metres? The Himalayas include Everest, the earth’s highest mountain and border India, Tibet… Continue reading