In 2005, following a series of devastating personal losses, I traveled to India for six months. That trip changed my life. Among other things, I found my muse as a writer. Now, I tell stories about transformative travel — the kind of travel that changes you. Click more to read my story.
Breathedreamgo has always focused on responsible travel, sustainable tourism options, authentic cultural experiences, supporting local communities, and practising cultural respect. We will continue to research and recommend places, destinations, accommodations that uphold the principles of Responsible Tourism.
My sixth anniversary post: I landed in Delhi, India for the first time on Dec. 6, 2005. This post is about how I became a travel writer and blogger by throwing myself off the cliff of reason.
In response to a statement about how intense discrimination against women and girls permeates every aspect of Indian culture in an article in the Globe and Mail, this blog celebrates the many cheerful, successful, strong and outspoken women of India.
Money does not buy happiness, yoga is not about putting your leg behind your head and people are good. Here are the top 5 things I’ve learned after a year of traveling in India.
Shelley Seale, author of Weight of Silence: The Invisible Children of India, reveals how she was transformed by volunteering at an orphanage in India.
Aurovalley Ashram in Rishidwar, India runs a school for local, village children. To fund and expand the educational opportunities for these children, the ashram initiated the Adopt a Soul program.
Ranthambhore National Park is one of India’s most famous tiger reserves. I visited it in 2011 and interviewed the director of Tiger Watch. Here’s my take on the park, the situation facing the big cat in India and what it’s like to go on a tiger safari.
When I was in Sawai Madophur to visit Ranthambhore national park and tiger reserve, my host Satish Jain of The Farm Villa, took me on a tour of the old city of Sawai Madophur — the city the tiger tourists never see — with a stop at his home village to meet his family.
A new book by Caryn G. FitzGerald, Living the Life of Your Dreams, profiles 30 people who are following their dreams, and one of them is travel blogger and writer Nora Dunn, The Professional Hobo.