In 2005 I quit my job, and my life, to travel across India for 6 months. This is how I did it and what I learned from the experience.
On days 2 and 3 of the Mirabai Expedition, in Vrindavan and Agra, I start to surrender to the rhythm of the pilgrimage and begin to find my way.
I went to the stark and beautiful northern region of Ladakh, India and met 3 remarkable women who are helping to preserve the unique local culture.
My year-end blog post is all about a recent revelation I had about my life, and what I’ve learned about the pitfalls that await when following your dreams.
Sri Lanka’s ancient name was Serendip, which became the word serendipity. In the land of Serendip I did indeed chance upon some wonderful discoveries.
My 1st stop on the Mirabai Expedition to follow in the 16th century poet’s footsteps across North India finds me lost in the dusty town of Krishna’s youth.
A weekend at Whistler, Canada’s famous ski and recreation resort, and a visit to a First Nations cultural centre, left me with a new way of seeing this ancient land.
I’m back in India for the seventh time, and travelling from Ladakh at the top to Kerala at the bottom. Here’s what’s new, what’s changed, what I’ve noticed.
The Fairmont Hotels rise like castles above Canada’s cities & tourist areas. They are the most iconic hotels in Canada and a “must do” experience when visiting this country.
My week in Vancouver included eating the best Indian food outside of India and cavorting with Grizzly bears and birds of prey on Grouse Mountain.
On the famous scenic drive, the Icefields Parkway, the Glacier Skywalk and Heli-Yoga are two amazing ways to get way up high in The Rockies.
Breathedreamgo is 5 years old and I’m about to leave for my seventh trip to India. Here’s my itinerary and some of the amazing places I will go.