5 03, 2018

The Japanese Restaurant in Rishikesh

By | March 5th, 2018|Categories: India|Tags: , |

Rishikesh, one of India's most popular destination for foreigners and locals alike, is the place where spiritual seekers and devout Hindus come to pay homage. Known as the "Yoga Capital of the World", many that come are so drawn to this sacred place, that they come back time and again. And for some, they feel [...]

2 01, 2018

Grateful: A Love Song to the World

By | January 2nd, 2018|Categories: India|Tags: , , , , |

As we approach another new year, I reflect on my gratitude. To my support system and network around the world, a sincere THANK YOU. This travel blog was created on my first solo trip to India in 2008 initially for friends and families to follow my day-to-day wanderlust adventures. Back then, the Travel Blogging community was [...]

22 11, 2017

My Birthday: Another Library to be Bulit!

By | November 22nd, 2017|Categories: India|Tags: , , , , , , |

For the past 7 years, I have donated my birthday to Room to Read, an NGO I trust 100% and am so passionate about. Their mission & goal is for every child in the world to have access to education and literacy no matter where they were born. Today, there are approximately 800,000 people who [...]

1 06, 2017

2017 World of Children Awards

By | June 1st, 2017|Categories: India, Los Angeles, Middle East|Tags: , , , |

World of Children was founded in 1998 by Harry Leibowitz and Kay Isaacson-Leibowitz, retired senior executives from Procter & Gamble and Victoria’s Secret respectively. Their non-profit organization that has granted more than $9 million in cash grants and programs. More than 100 Honorees have been supported since which is the driving force behind selfless programs that [...]

10 04, 2017

Chandigarh: India’s Cleanest City

By | April 10th, 2017|Categories: India, Punjab|Tags: , , , , |

India is a huge country separated by 29 states in a vast landscape of diversity. Although I’ve been 3 times, I feel as if I have barely scratched the surface of the country. On a recent trip, I spent one day in Amritsar to see the Golden Temple and took an hour ride to the Pakistan-India border “Wagha Border”. Naturally, I [...]

5 04, 2016

Published: Mystical India

By | April 5th, 2016|Categories: Goa, India, Kerala, Mumbai (Bombay), Rajasthan, Varanassi|Tags: , , , |

My Travel article as published in ARE Magazine, Spring Edition 2016 – Mystical India.

17 11, 2015

India’s Daughter

By | November 17th, 2015|Categories: India|Tags: , , , |

The Gang Rape & Murder of Jyoti Singh, a 23 year old medical student in New Delhi, has been made into a documentary featured on PBS "India's Daughter". This documentary has been banned in India, as the government fears it will prompt "unrest" of rape culture in India. I have been asking for years, why [...]

24 03, 2015

Blue City, Jodhpur

By | March 24th, 2015|Categories: India, Rajasthan|Tags: , , , |

A Day in the Life in Blue City, Jodhpur   Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan, India. Near one of the biggest tourist attractions in Jodhpur, the Mehrangarh Fort, is a 10 kilometer village that surrounds it called the Old City or "Blue City", with a 16th century wall that protects from the outside (more [...]

9 02, 2015

A Visit to the Bishnoi Villages, Jodhpur

By | February 9th, 2015|Categories: India, Rajasthan|Tags: , , |

Traveling to Rajasthan has been the highlight of my Adventures in India. In this colorful state, are endless places to explore. From the big cities, to the smaller villages, to all the various tribes and castes who continue to live in peace among one another. I love Jodhpur, the "Blue City" where I spent 4 [...]

16 01, 2015

There’s always time for Chai

By | January 16th, 2015|Categories: India, Rajasthan|Tags: , , , , |

In India, at any given time of day, there's always time for Tea. Whether you are visiting someone's home, a shop, at a hotel, you are always offered a modest sized cup of black tea infused with cardamon, cinnamon, cloves, ginger and milk (depending on the region in India, the spices that they use may vary). [...]