While hiking with Denkar, I learnt how the King of Bhutan reads her travel blog and even invited her to meet him!
We had our documents and visas in order. The plan was foolproof. Or so we thought.
In the midst of a pandemic linked to biodiversity loss, all roads seem to point towards a life that is more sustainable, compassionate and mindful.
As we move “forward” in a world wrought with materialistic greed, travelling in Chhattisgarh was a reminder of what we stand to lose along the way.
Responsible travel is important than ever. After all, nature might have wrecked havoc on us to remind humans of the havoc we’ve been wrecking on her.
It’s a challenge to be disciplined, meet deadlines and maintain a work-life balance in the face of myriad distractions.
In the months since I left Japan, I faced a strange melancholy… and a barrage of reader questions.
How to transition into veganism, stay motivated, mentally prepare to deal with family and friends, eat healthy, travel and connect with other vegans?
Incredible hikes, dining in the dark, ghetto music, a walking safari, outdoor cinema and more.
Is boycotting a country for its politics the answer? Or is it fair to travel to a country and ignore its politics?