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.
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 5 of 5 in the series Mirabai ExpeditionIn the final instalment of the Mirabai Expedition series, I reach remote Dwarka, on the coast of Gujarat, and discover the key to the Mirabai mystery.
This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Mirabai ExpeditionPart 4 of the Mirabai Expedition takes me to mighty Chittorgarh Fort and romantic Udaipur in Rajasthan where I discover the reality of her life as royalty.
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.
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.
The entire transcript of my speech for the Women’s Travel Festival about facing fears, travelling in India and being a female solo traveller.
The results of the WeGoSolo / Hostelbookers contest and survey are in! Findings reveal that women are both adventurous and practical. And they love freedom.
In the wake of several highly publicized rape & murder cases, some are asking if women should travel alone. We say yes! And that is how #WeGoSolo was born!