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…
It’s a cool morning. I’m surprised for the need of a shawl to cover my shoulders whilst I sit upon the rooftop of my guest house, watching the sun slowly rise. I am in Rajasthan after all, the desert. Who knew to bring something warm? The days heat is assumed, for the sun will always … More Something Greater
“It’s a place for people to come and stay, and feel like they belong… On the outside its an ashram, on the inside its a hotel.” – Shannon Wolf As I sit here on the couch of my westernised but “culturally Indian” Ashram I think about what my expectations were before I walked into the … More My (Shitty) Ashram Experience
Happy Earth day Earthlings from Rishikesh. A butterfly (or in my eyes a fairy) putting on a show in her natural surroundings of her home by her waterfall. I thought I would take this day in Rishikesh to write to you about Earths children. Let me tell you about a book that changed my life. … More We are Earth’s Children
“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?
Upon arrival to Jaiselmer, I exited the bus from my 10 hour overnight ride from Pushkar, the looming effects of Valium still claiming most of my sanity and ability to keep my eyes completely open and aware. I looked around at the dry desert, people yelling at me to take me to their guest house … More Jaiselmer; The City of Enchantment
Namaste bitches, guess who’s back? It’s been quite some time since me and the Internet had a domestic fight about how to use WordPress, how to customise a blog, and if it is worth the hassle of writing for them (the Internet and its readers) or if my words are better in my head, in … More Sorry, I’ve gone to India…