For the last few years I have thrown myself completley into following my dreams of travelling, writing and blogging. Then suddenly I realized: it’s time to go home.
I’m in Mumbai, India for Christmas but my holiday spirits have been dampened by negative news and homesickness. My Christmas wish is to find the balance of light and dark.
On the 7th anniversary of landing in India for the first time: My reflections on how my life has changed — and how travel blogging is not as easy as it looks.
I flew Emirates from Canada to India and it was one of the best flights of my life. So I wanted to find out what is it that makes Emirates so special.
This year at TIFF, 10 films from Mumbai were featured as part of the City to City program, signalling a new wave of “serious” filmmaking. Here’s my wrap-up.
As I write this, it is my sixth day in India, on my sixth trip, in six years. And I will be traveling for six months. So, let’s travel in India together!
The Bright Day, one of the Mumbai films at TIFF, was my fave film. It’s a travelogue and spiritual quest about a young man in search of himself in India.
Midnight’s Children, the film version of the book by Salman Rushdie, premiered at TIFF. The film captures the magic, the sweep and the scope of the book.
The Supreme Court in India ordered a ban on tourism in core zones of more than 40 tiger reserves. I asked two experts to find out the real story, and whether banning tourism will really help.