International Boho-Chic Designers: La Vie Boheme by Vero M // INDIA

[Welcome back to the series "International Boho-Chic Designers". I have met so many fashion designers and artists on my travels from whom I buy jewelry, swimsuits, tops, etc. I love having unique items and I'm creating this section to share them with you.  These are people I've met and personally shopped from & love, not people

What to Expect at the Cremation Ghats In Varanasi

Varanasi (Beneres) is one of the hardest cities in India to travel through, especially alone. It’s in the state Uttar Pradesh and the Holy Ganges runs through, bringing people from all over the world to see the religious ceremonies that take place here. Varanasi is the most fascinating place I’ve been. this is my FAVORITE

Just your average “monkey babysitting” day

There are two supermarkets in Anjuna: Oxfords and Orchards. I wanted to go to Orchards and Ben was all, "no it sucks", but he is forever in my debt that we went because we saw this: Monkey Babysitting  First of all, who doesn't love monkeys? Second of all, who loves them more than Ben? No one. I

Introduction to Varanasi: It did NOT Go as Planned

There is so much to say on this vibrant place that I’ve done a few separate posts that will be up soon: Varanasi travel tips, What to Expect at the Ghats in Varanasi and below is my little introduction to Varanasi and to the crazy we got ourselves into. Man, Varanasi did NOT go as

13 Little Known Tips for Taj Mahal Visit

A trip to India is pretty incomplete without visiting its most famous landmark! The Taj Mahal isn't only a famous place to visit in India, it's famous all around the globe, with millions of visitors every year. Here are all my best, little-known tips for Taj Mahal visit, so you can make the most of

Kochi Markets, Kerala

Ben has been spending a lot of time in Kochi for work, and I love to tag along anywhere I can. I've been down to check out the Kochi markets three times in the last couple months and have decided the people there are the most photographic of anywhere I've traveled! Shame I don't have

Olaulim Backyards / The Other Side of Goa

Showing up at Olaulim Backyards, the other side of Goa, was like walking into the set of Life of Pi, complete with a cat called richard parker. The zoo animals were two litle goats that know how to kayak, a donkey with a distinct interest in playing monopoly, cats, and dogs. My favorite dogs were

Celebrating Sao Joao in Goa by Jumping in Wells

Every year in monsoon on June 24th, Christians celebrate Sao Joao in Goa in dedication to John the Baptist. There are lots of Christians in Goa because of the Portuguese influence so you see beautiful churches like in Old Goa. Because there is such a big bunch of believers here, they have a festival in