Backpacking is a great way for young people to see the world. But I don’t think immersing yourself in the backpacking culture, and sticking strictly to the backpacking routes and hangouts, is the best way to get to know a foreign culture.
One of BreatheDreamGo’s most popular posts: What is authentic travel in India? India is one of those places where the question of authentic, or “real” often comes up. For me, “authentic” travel is about engagement. The more deeply involved I am, the more “authentic” it is.
Looking back at three months in India: meditating in Rishikesh, visiting the Beatles ashram, attending the largest spiritual gathering on earth and learning to love India for who she really is.
In Varanasi, where the veil between life and death seems very thin, a boat ride on the river can become a journey to the other side. Come along with me on a boat ride on the Ganges River in India’s oldest, holiest city and pierce the veil.
India is the soul of the world I enjoyed reading Christine Garvin’s article, Can You Develop Your Spirituality Without Visiting…
Indian summer: Top 11 things to do While the majority of foreign tourists travel to India in the winter, there…