Over the course of more than 2 years spent in India, I’ve found my “real India.” It’s not on the backpacker trail, not in any guidebook …
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Indiaphile Elen Turner moved to Kathmandu and discovered 6 key differences between India and Nepal that can help you prepare for your visit.
What I’ve learned from 6 years of travel writing and blogging: Making a commitment and just doing it is the most important thing.
A webinar and Q&A for women who want to travel in India with tips, advice, resources, personal experiences and a much-need reality check.
These are my top hotels, guest houses, flats, hostels and services for finding the perfect accommodation in Delhi, India for women, solo, travellers.
This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Mirabai ExpeditionThird stop on the Mirabai Expedition is in central Rajasthan, where she was born and raised, and where I start to find the essential feminine in her story.
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.
This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Mirabai ExpeditionOn 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.
This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Mirabai ExpeditionMy 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.
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.
A new hit film is inspiring female travel solo in India. My answers to a Q&A about how women can travel safely wherever they go.
British traveller Clare shares her first impressions of India and how the country both confounded, and far exceeded, her expectations.