It’s really an age old question isn’t it? (Or at least it is for us 20-50 year old westerners hey?)… Where in the world will I choose to pay an, in the end insignificant amount of money in comparison to what it gives me, that will allow me to further my own self and emerge … More A Terrible YTT Experience…
Whether you’ve been sick to your stomach on a 18 hour bus ride through the night, having to stop the bus driver every 45 minutes so you can shit and vomit on the side of the road, or you simply ate that masala curd curry that you KNEW the second you saw it would make … More An Indian Right of Passage: Travellers Diarrhoea
When we leave our homes to escape to a more imminent and exciting world, we feel that we will never be ready to return back to our former lives. We say good bye to the lives we once led and swear that this trip will strike something in us so vital, it will cut straight … More The Comfort of Tea
“Let’s talk about your bowel movements for a moment.” When one arrives in India, a fine line is appropriately drawn, quite quickly, between how to decide when it is at certain points of the day that you need to start searching the streets for a toilet with time to spare, and when it is that … More So… How are your bowels?
India is a place of joy, a place of celebration and cultural desire, of exotic spices that burn your mouth on fire. A place where even in a dull moment, you will always feel completely alive. It is inevitable. You cannot ignore the burning ghats that appear in your walkway whilst walking down Varnasis Ganga … More Sugar Coating India; What We Don’t Write About