Monthly archives: April, 2017

Jaisalmer – ‘Good Karma’

The desert men with white scarves, dark faces and dried out skin prepared the camels for the trek.  The sand spiralled in the warm wind and cold water relieved the dryness of my mouth.  However, this is not a desert tale as such, but more a story about goodwill, karma and an unforgettable character, by…



Jaisalmer – ‘Thar Desert Sky’

It was never that dark, the light of the moon lit up the desert sands like a mystical spotlight from above.  Laying amongst the rolling dunes and looking up it’s easy to detach from the chit chat of your brain and reconnect with collective consciousness of the universe.  Staring up into the vastness, noticing the…



Udaipur – ‘City of Lakes’

Disappearing behind the Aravalli hills, the sun leaves nothing but a captivating orange skyline.  No longer does Lake Pichola reflect the glaring light, it is now left in a peaceful darkness, the water transforms to a sheet of black.  The peaks of the hills border the lake, guarding the charm, architecture and history that exist…



Dharavi, Mumbai – ‘Asia’s Biggest Slum’

One must always make an attempt to explore the ways in which other people live and in doing so hold a reflective mindset; surely that is a pathway to mental growth. Dharavi is the biggest slum in Asia and one of the largest in the world.  Located in Mumbai it is home to over one…



Goa – ‘Chasing Sunsets’

We leapt on sleeper trains for nearly twenty four hours, overnight buses with double beds and shady curtains and into the back of retro rickshaws; all to explore the beaches on the west of India.  The love of adventure keeps the soul young and becoming engulfed by the diversity in this country, is what sets…