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.
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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.
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.
The Incredible India ad campaign captivated travellers with glorious images of wild tigers and colourful festivals. These are my top 10 Incredible India moments.
Starting in the fall of 2014, tourists from 180 countries will be able to get a Visa on arrival at most international airports in India.
If you’ve never seen snow, you should experience it, and Canada is just the place to do it! Here are some great ideas for having winter fun in Canada.
This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Costa RicaPura Vida means the good life, and I experienced many magical moments of it when I was in hiking, soaking, swimming in Costa Rica with EcoAdventureMedia.
Canada is a vast country. For first time visitors, I am suggesting two ideal itineraries for seeing the best this country has to offer, in every season.
This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Costa RicaThis story is about the best day of my life. In Costa Rica, I visited a mysterious island, snorkelled, hiked, ate fresh fish, danced with locals and much more.
Kerala is a lush tropical paradise in south India that I recommend for a 1st trip to India. Here are Andrew Adams photos & my top travel tips for Kerala.
This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series Going home to IrelandAncient cemeteries, coffin ships and an ancestral castle: some highlights of my trip to Ireland for The Gathering to “walk the ground” of my ancestors.
This entry is part 6 of 7 in the series Going home to IrelandGetting goose bumps and discovering “my” castle in Cork were some highlights of my trip to Ireland for The Gathering to walk the ground of my ancestors.